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Page 4- The Issaquah Press, Wednesday, December 14, 1983 Around town Churches Foothills Baptist holds concert for world hunger Sunday, December 18, at 7 p.m. Foothills Baptist Church of lssaquah will pre- sent "A Concert of Love and Praise." The featured musicians are Diane Baidschun, soloist; Dave Donelson, Norm Englund guitarists and vocalists; Millard Jones, Jr., vocalist, Charles Anderson, soloist; and Alma Clark, ac- companist. Technical help is provided by Michael Tant. There will be a varied pro- gram of gospel music and some Christmas hymns. The public is invited to at- tend. Although no admission will be charged, an offering will be accepted for world hunger relief through the Foreign Mission Board of the Southern Baptist Conven- tion. Community Baptist Christmas cantata The choir of Community Baptist Church, 205 Moun- tain Park Blvd. S.W. will present a Christmas cantata on Sunday evening, December 18 at 7 p.m. They will sing John Peterson&apos;s "Night of Miracles," a beau- tiful rendition of numbers depicting our Lord's birth. The narration will be read by Pastor Eric Holmstrom, with piano accompaniment by Nancy Guarino and Bette Rae as organ accompanist. Soloists will be Tom Hansen, Carl Harstam, Lyla Pattie, Doreen Pillie, Bert Post, and Hattie Schuller. Following the cantata there will be a candlelight singing o- "Silent Night" by the choir and congregation. Refreshments will be served. Pine Lake Covenant celebrates Christmas Christmas celebrations at Pine Lake Covenant Church include choir cantata Decem- ber 18 at 10 a.m., "A Son is Born" by John Purefoy. On December 20, the Kim Russell, Ron Bair to be Kim Russell, daughter of Ken and Harriet Russell of 21821 SE 20th is engaged to Ron Bair, sone of Aaron and Lucy Bair, of 18825 SE 42nd St. The bride-to-be is a 1979 graduate of Issaquah High School who received an A.A. degree from Bellevue Com- munity College in 1981. She is employed at Nordstrom's in Bellevue Square. marriec The wedding is scheduled March 3 at St. Joseph Catholic Church. / Bair is also a 1979 graduate of lssaquah High. He is a student at the University of L, Washington and is also ibm. ..... i employed at Greacen Con- i struction Company. ? Ron Balr and KIm Russell I children will present a Kirsten Christensen marries Samuel Culbertson musical "The Birthday Par- Kirsten Leah Christensen, Samuel Gerald Culbert- Tacoma, where Kirsten is daughter of Mrs. Mary Ann son on November 26. employed by Hickory Farms. Bergman Christensen and the The candlelight ceremony Donald is in the army, sta- late Donald Christensen, was held at the home of the tioned at Fort Lewis. Kirsten former Issaquah residents bride's mother in Seattle. is the granddaughter of and graduates of Issaquah Mr. and Mrs. Culbertson are Albert and June Bergman, High School, was married to making their home in residents of Issaquah for more than 40 years. ty" at 7:30 p.m. Christmas Eve service will be at 4 p.m. and Christmas Day at 11 a.m. (note time change). All services are at the Lutheran Bible Institute Sunrise Room. For more information call 392-7115. illu THIS CHRISTMAS . . . | GIVE THE GIFT OF SIGHT l B I Your Loved One Would Appreciate A Gift I Certificate For New Contact Lenses. I Extended Wear Contact Lenses Priced At l 25% OFF Now Through Dec. 31. l Gift Certificates Available For Visual Examinations l and Glasses l Family Vision Care and Contact Lenses. I I ":i'i>':\>  WALTERV. CASSIDYO, D. | "JQ O'I' Evenings& Saturdays by Appt. i 1505 N. W. Gilman BIvd 0  OI 00 Bank Cards Accepted J / \\; Pre-natal C?ndrltioning l:'b p.m- " Clubs Women's Aglow The Women's Aglow Fellowship of lssaquah will meet Friday, December 16 at 9:15 a.m. at the Lutheran Bi- ble Institute, 4221-228th S.E., Donation is $1.50. Child care is available. The speaker is Zoanne Wilkie, who will also sing. Come and celebrate the Birth of our Lord Jesus. For more information call 392-5244. League of Women Voters Looking for a Christmas gift? For family entertain- ment on Friday night, Jan- uary 27, the lssaquah unit of the League of Women Voters is selling tickets to "Annie" at the Village Theatre. The price is $10 each, compli- mentary refreshments includ- ed. Mail orders with name, ad- dress, phone to Gretchen Wangeman 12332 202nd Place S.E. Issaquah, 98027 or phone 255-0350, 392-5760. Make checks payable to League of Women Voters, Lake Washington East. Tickets will be mailed in a few weeks. Singers entertain local groups The Issaquah Singers will entertain at the Residence East Christmas Party at Community Hall Friday, December 16 and at two loca- tions on Saturday: Gilman Village from noon to 1 p.m. and Issaquah Villa from 2 to 3p.m. Kickapoos collect food for needy On Saturday, December 17, the lssaquah Kickapoo 4- H Club will visit homes on the Pine Lake Plateau and South Cove areas collecting food for the needy. They will arrive by horseback, truck and van. All proceeds will be do- nated to the Issaquah Food Bank. Toys for tots. Bring yours to Old National Bank. Please gift wrap and mark for age and sex of the child. This is it! GRAND FINALE Jean Drake leaves the Village on Dec. 24th. Until then it's 4!a!OSsO% Jolene Merica and Robert Killian Rcbert Killian to wed An open house will be held December 30 in lssaquah to celebrate the engagement of Robert K. Killian, a 1978 graduate of Issaquah High School, and Pocatello, Idaho native Jolene Merica. The pair are to be married December 17, in Pocatello in the Idaho Falls L.D.S. Tem- where Killian is studying International Relations. He recently returned from a 2- year mission in Seoul, Korea. Robert is the son of Mr. and Mrs. D. Kent Killian, of t 1644 215th Place SE, and] Jolene is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Wayne MonrOe Merica, of Idaho. pie. The couple is seeking grad" uate school acceptance: f0r' Both are seniors at Jolene in museolo and' Brigham Young University, Robert in medical schgYl, t !ce.!-,._ I- I _ I :'aSanoO s " ..j DINING ROOM & LOUNGE Gift Certificates from Fasano's are always welcome '- k We will be open -....d._  Christmas Eve for dinner .' Open 7 a.m. Mon.-Fri. EARLY BIRD Gilman Village 392-3926 Men.- Fri. 7 to 9 a.m. ..1- .J. I' '"" 1 Food For Thoug'lat .1  I ri  Live Music & Dancing :}, 0 '' !  ' with Patrick Anderson, in the Lounge i, ' I L,v, ng Trees . 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