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._ll II • r • an DNIA4000iD m i I,.I. I I ..11 i IN FORMATIOI&apos;00 Please make checks payable to: "CITY OF ISSAQUAH" Mail to: Issaquah Parks & Recreation Department PO Box 1307 Issaquah, WA 98027-1307 Class minimums must be met, or the class will be cancelled. Fees not refundable unless cluss is cancelled. Registrations .Z/../'I PARKS & RECREATION DEPARTMENT STAFF Kerry Anderson, Director Eric Hanson, Recreation Program Supervisor Oretta Perrotti, Secretary AI Erickson, Maintenance Supervisor Todd Holyoak, Maintenance Dan Brunsberg, Maintenance Jim Sheridan, City Buildings & Ground Maintenance ELECTED OFFICIALS Mayor Dick Mitchell A. J. Culver Kenneth Pease, City Council Members Elect Marilyn Batura Harvey Scott Rowan Hinds Ernie Smith Darlene McHenry Joe Peterson Council Add something new and different to your Christmas list this year -- a gift certificate for Issaquah Park & Recreation Dept. classes! We have classes for all ages and interests. Certificates are available at the Park Office at no extra charge. PUT SOME SHOES IN YOUR CHRISTMAS STOCKING. I CiTY OF ISSAQUAH: Memorial Park--behind Post Office, Soccer/football, baseball/softball, kiddies playground area, horseshoe pits, picnicking. Issaquah Community Park--12th Ave. NW and Newport Way. Soccer, softball. Gibson Park--105 Wildwood Blvd. SW. Kiddies Play Area Issaquah Senior Center--105 Second Ave. For informa- tion call 392-2381. Issaquah Public Library--Behind City Hall, 392-5430. Issaquah Historical Museum--165 SE Andrews. For tours call Felicity Low•, 392-1211. Mountainaire Park--End of Mr. McKinley Dr. Walk-in park, non-organized activities. KING COUNTY PARKS: Pine Lake Park--2616 266th SE. Pone 392-5875. Soccer, swimming, softball/baseball, picnicking, boat launch, fishing, canoe rentals, concession stand, horseshoe pits. Coal Field Park--164 Ave. SE & SE 124th, Renton. Soc- cer, baseball/softball. Issaquah Pool--50 SE Clark, 392-1650. Swimming, lessons, public swim, swim team. Preston Park--community Building, tennis court. STATE: Lake Sarnmamish State Park--20606 SE 56th, Issaquah, 455-7010. Picnicking, covered areas, boat launch, swim- ming, youth camping, children play area, new fitness course, softball, soccer. PARK BOARD ATHLETIC SHOES AT WHOLESALE PRICES ° Men's Court Shoe $24.50 Women's Trainer $19.00 White top grain leather with Faded jeans blue and white, heavy green trim for basketball and duty nylon and suede with carbon tennis. Removable innersole, wave sole. Removable innersole. High Top Leather Basketball Shoes (2nds) Sl0.00 ATHLETIC WHOLESALERS, INC. 12003 N.E. 12th Street, Bellevue 451-7390 REGISTRATION GUIDE Recreation is for people like you . . . join in! The Issa- quah Parks & Recreation Dept., in cooperation with the Is- saquah School District, has designed the Winter Recreation Program to provide "something for everybody" -- all ages, all interests. The efforts of our staff have been directed towards making this lbrogram most enjoyable and pleasant -for you. Anyone interested in additional program offerings is urged to contact the Issaquah Parks & Recreation Depart- ment office, 392-7131, to make suggestions. • Registration will begin December 8 at the Parks Office, 130 E. Sunset Way, Issaquah, from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m., Mon- day through Friday, except holidays. • Classes require pre-registration which must be receiv- ed by the Parks Office three days prior to class starting date. Persons are admitted to class on a first-come, first- sewed basis according to fee payment. • Mail-in registration form may be used. Send with ap- propriate fee to the Issaquah Pai'ks & Recreation Dept., P.O. Box 1307, Issaquah, Wa. 98027-1307. Make checks payable to: "City of Issaquah." Please call the Parks Of- rice, 392-7131, for confirmation. • Registration will not be accepted by telephone. • Full refunds, less $2.00 administrative charge, will be given to individuals, if the department is notified up to two working days prior to class starting. A refund will be made, less $5.00 administrative charge, for those individuals re- questing a refund during the first week of classes. No refunds will he made after the first week. Anticipate a two week wait upon request for refund. No credits will be issued or transferred for class registration. • Class minimums must be met or the class will be can- celled and a full refund issued. RESIDENCY DISCOUNT: All city residents will receive a residency discount of $I.00 on classes and $2.00 on youth sports leagues. In order to qualify for a resident fee, you must live, own property, or conduct a business in the Issa- quah city limits. Issaquah post office boxes or business ad- dresses do not qualify you as a city resident. Proof of residency for Issaquah city limit residents will be required for cash transactions. Residency discount does not apply to co-sponsored classes. RECREATION INSTRUCTORS NEEDED: The Recreation Staff is currently seeking qualified instructors for a variety of programs. If you have a leisure hobby or skill that you would like to share, please call our office, 392-7131. Message from the Recreation and Park Staff" The Issaquah Parks & Recreation Department is concern- ed about your quality of life. Park facilities and recreation activities are a vital ingredient of your individual health program. You choose leisure activities for many' reasons. Among these may be a need for creativity, a need to learn new skills, a need to learn or express new ideas, a need to make new friends, a need to get in better physical condi- tion, a need to get along with others, a need to relieve stress, a basic need for fun and enjoyment. The choice is yours! Our park facilities also serve to give us choices for par- ticular need. Among them may be a need to appreciate nature, a need to learn about nature, a need to compete through sports programs, a need to get away from the hus- tle and bustle of every-day living, a need to go to a place for a social gathering or just to he by yourself, a place to have fun and enjoyment. The choice is yours!! It's your Community Recreation Program. Be part of it! Use it! And enjoy it! • Mike Warning, Chairman If you have any questions or need further information Jim Aguirre please call your professional recreation staff at 392-7131. Susan Bell We're here to serve you! Mark Berntsen AnitaKarr .  . ,,;/ ,,--, Chuck Kinnune <  > C, Jerry Ruhl . . ., c._,:. Leon Kos, City Ad- "" ministrator SKIWEAR Men's ski parkas The little ItOte up tO 5 0 % OFF F J wth mo 10133 Main Street, Bellevue, Washington Phone 453-1003 C3NV J00;OO-/_LO ..=... • JITTERBUG 50's A continuation with intermediate steps and advanced turns. Learn variation and modify steps to Disco music and the top 40. Dates: Feb. 17, 24, March 2 Time: 9-10:00pm Place: Issaquah Valley Elementary Multi-Purpose Room Fee: $13.00 per person (you do not need a part- ner) -- 3 wks Instructor: Carolyn Rollin Beginning guitar is taught by Greg Glassman. BEGINNING GUITAR A fun class aimed at learning music through the guitar. Folk tunes will be used involving simple strum and fingerpicking patterns. An added bonus will be an introduction to developing sight reading skills on the instrument. Dates: Mondays, Jan. 9-Feb. 6 Time: 7:15-8:15pm Place: Issaquah Jr. High F'-3 Ages: 12 years and older Fee: $21.00 for 5 sessions Instructor: Greg Glassman BALLROOM DANCING This is where dancing begins. Join us for the basic move- ments and techniques of the Fox Trot, Waltz, Jitterbug, Polka and Tango. Several steps in each dance will be taught. A must for the all around dancer. Sign up as single or couples. Dates: Time: Place: Fee: Instructor: Fridays, 1/13, 1/20, 1/27, 2/3 & 2/10 7-8:00pm Issaquah Valley Elementary Multi-Purpose Room $13.00 per person (you do not need a part- ner) -- 5 wks Carolyn Rollin NEWPORT HILLS PROFESSIONAL INSTRUCTION • GUITAR* BASS • FIVE-STRING BANJO Instruction By DOUG VAN STEENBURGH • Past U.W. Music Dept. Guitarist • City of Bellevue Class Instructor • 13 Years in Private Instruction • Classical to Heavy Metal • $8.50 per Lesson CALL 747-7112 000000000000 000 • " VCR RENTALS ; • s79s : • ANY • DAY • • (;it00 • • Hours" Monday through Saturday I 1-Sp m Sunday 12-6p m • • Next to Rexafl Drugs -- 40 Front Street S., Issaquah • • 392-6700 • o0 OOOOOOOOOOO0 OO0 0 INTERMEDIATE BALLROOM DANCING Join us for additional steps in Fox Trot; Waltz, Jitterbug and Tango with an introduction to Rhumba and Cha Cha. We're just getting started -- sign up today! Dates: Feb. 17, 24, March 2 Time: 7-8:00pm Place: Issaquah Valley Elementary Multi-Purpose Room Fee: $13.00 per person (you do not need a part- ner} -- 3 wks Instructor: Carolyn Rollin 50's JITTERBUG See why Jitterbug has remained so popular throughout the years. Learn how these new "old' steps can be adapted to the music of today. Join the revival! Jitterbug is here to stay. Date: Fridays, 1/13, 1/20, 1/27, 2/3 & 2/10 Time: 9-10:00pm Place: Issaquah Valley Elementary Multi-Purpose Room Fee: $13.00 per person (you do not need a part- ner) -- 5 wks Instructor:. Carolyn Rollin COU NTRY WESTERN DANCING Learn the latest dance craze -- it's easy! This beginner's course includes Texas Shuffle, Cotton Eyed Joe, Two-Step, Schottische, Line Dances and Western Waltz. Join us for the time of your life. Sign up today! Date: Fridays, 1/13, 1/20, 1/27, 2/3 & 2/10 Time: 8-9:00pro Place: Issaquah Valley Elementary Multi-Purpose Room Fee: $13.00 per person (you do not need a part- ner) -- 5 wks Instructor: Carolyn Rollin INTERMEDIATE COUNTRY WESTERN DANCE This continuation class includes intermediate steps in Schottische, Texas Shuffle, Western Waltz and Two-Step. Western Dancing is here to stay! Dates: Feb. 17, 24, March 2 Time: 8-9:00pro Place: Issaquah Valley Elementary Multi-Purpose Room Fee: $13.00 per person (you do not need a part- ner) -- 3 wks Instructor: Carolyn Rollin Add something new and different to your Christmas list this year -- a gift certificate for Issaquah Park & Recreation Dept. classes! We have classes for all ages and interests. Certificates are available at the Park Office at no extra charge. Give a gift of news. Give The Issaquah Press and be remembered year around. Only $12.50 per year. Gift card announcing the subscription will be sent on request. SPECIAL OFFER The Issaquah Press Free souvenir Salmon 45 Front Street S. Days leather key chain Phone 392-6434 with each gift subscription.