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Recreation corner The Issaquah Parks & Recreation Department is taking registration for the following Winter classes and programs. For further information call the Park Dept., 392-7131. Aerobic Dance at Apollo Elementary, Clark Elementary, Sunny Hills Elementary, Maywood Jr. High, Community Hall, mornings, afternoons and evenings starting Jan. 9. Body Conditioning Class, Tuesdays & Thursdays, starting Jan. 10. Co-Ed Jazz Exericse, Tuesdays & Thursdays, starting Jan. 10. Senior Dancercise, Mondays & Wednesdays, starting Jan. 9. Youth Basketball Leagues for boys and girls grades 3-10. Sign up now! Youth Basketball class for boys and girls grades I & 2, Fridays, starting Jan. 20. Women's Basketball, Weds., starting Jan. l I. Basketball Open Gym, Adults, Tuesdays, starting Jan. 3, 7- 9:30 p.m., Pine Lake Jr. High, $I.00 per person per night. Volleyball Open Gym, Mondays, starting Jan.9, 7:30-9:30 p.m., Clark Elementary, $I.00 per person per night. Basic Auto Repair, Wednesdays, starting Jan. l 1 Basic Small Engine Repair, Tuesdays, starting Jan. 10 Beginnign Bowling for Jrs., Fridays, starting Jan. 13, boys & girls 9-18 years old Belly Dancing, Wednesdays, starting Jan. 11. CPR Classes, Wed., Jan. 11 and Thurs., Jan. 26 Calligraphy, Mondays, starting Jan. 9, Color Analysis, Monday, Jan. 23. Introduction to Computers & Computer Systems, Wed., star- ting Jan. 1 I. Candy Making & Cake Decorating, Tuesdays, starting Jan. 12. Plush Animals & Soft Sculputre Dolls, Thursdays, Starting Jan. 12. Cross Country Skiing, Session I starts Jan. 11, Session 11 starts Feb. 15. Ballroom Dancing, Fridays, starting Jan. 13. Intermediate Ballroom Dancing, Fridays, starting Feb. 17. '50s Jitterbug, Fridays, starting Jan. 13. Intermediate '50s Jitterbug, starting Fri., Feb. 17. Country Western Dance, Fridays, starting Jan. 13. Intermediate Country Western Dance, starting Fri., Feb. 17. Beginning Ballet, for 7-9 year olds, Tuesdays, starting Jan. 10. Beginning Ballet, for 7-9 year olds, Tuesday, starting Jan. 10. Foot Loose & Fancy Free, 3-4 year olds, Weds., starting Jan. 11. FEE CORRECTION: Fee is $10.00 for 6 sessions. Kinderdance, 5-6 year olds, Weds., starting Jan. 11. FEE CORRECTION: Fee is $10.00 for 6 sessions. Dog Obedience, Mondays, starting Jan. 9. Beg. & Advanced Fashion & Beauty Workshop for Teens & Jrs, Thursdays, starting Jan. 12, l 1-17 year olds. Growing Up Female, for mothers & daughers, Wed., Jan. 25. Growing Up Male, for fathers & sons, Wed., Jan. 18. Beginning Guitar, Mondays, starting Jan. 9 for 12 & older. Youth Gymnastics, Tuesdays, starting Jan. 10, for 7-13 year olds. How To Free Cash Flow & Tax Dollars, Tuesdays, starting Feb. 14. Karate, Weds., starting Jan. 4, for 8 years & older. Let's Take Pictures, Tuesdays, starting Jan. 10. Magic of Mime & Improvisation, Weds., starting Jan. 11, 14 & older. Making It Happen: Changing Through Choice, Weds., star- ting Jan. 18. Massage Workshop, Mondays, starting Jan. 16. Was I Born To Be Fat? -- Tues., Jan. 17. Nutrition & Superstition, Tues., Jan. 24. How Sweet It Is, Tues. Jan. 31. The Psychology of Dieting, Tues., Feb. 7. Beginning, Intermediate & Advanced Sewing, Thurs, Starting Jan. 12. Soccer Skills & Conditioning for women, Weds., starting Jan. 11. Soccer Skills & Tactics for Youth, Mondays, starting Jan. 9. Steelhead Fishing Clinic, Monday, Jan. 16. Tailoring, Tuesdays, starting Jan. 10. .Tax Strategy, Thursdays, Jan. 19 & 26. Wardrobe Planning & Design, Wed., Jan. 18. Kids' Wrestling, Issaquah Jr. High & Liberty High School, grades 1-6, Mondays, starting Jan. 9. Men's Basketball Leagues start in Janaury. Registration is due by Dec. 19. Issy Indians' Basketball Night,"Jan. 14, for boys & girls grades 3-8. Call for information. Indoor Tennis Lessons: Call the Issaquah Tennis Club, 392- 7003 for registration information and schedule. Pots & Candles for Developmentally Disabled: Fridays star- ting Jan. 13, Call Anne Lip•, 485-0384 for registration. Issaquah Art Center will be offering classes in Pre-Teen Hand/Wheel, Children's Painting, Elementary Hand- building, Children's Drawing booth beginning & continu- ing, and Teen/Adult classes in Printmaking and Sculpture, Gothic Lettering & Illumination, Copperplate/Roundhand Lettering, Italic, Beginning & Advanced Watercolor, i Photography & Dark Room, Pottery and Cloisonne. Register with the Issaquah Art Center only, 392-4247. Valentine Day Dance for the Developmentally Disabled 16 & older, Friday, Feb. 10, 7-10 p.m., Issaquah Community HaU, $1.00 donation. Hike the Issaquah Alps: Call 746-5775 or 747-1457 for detail- ed hiking information. A complete list of hikes from Sept. through Dec. with full details is available for viewing only at the Issaquah Library, 392-5430, or the Parks Office. FOR ISSAQUAH EL!VMENTARY SCHOOLS JAN. 2-6 DA Men - HAPPY NEW YEAR + NO SCHOOL TO Y ' Tues - Cheese Zombie, Soup, Vegetable Sticks, Peaches i Wed.- Hamburger Tri-Tators, Green Salad, Frui L ...... b lu Corn Apple Quarters, L;nocolate (.;nip Thurs.- Hot Dog Ro P , I Cookie i Frl.- Burrlto w/Cheese, Green Salad, Fruit, Spice Cake SECONDARY SCHOOL ENTREES I['= Tues.- Cheese Zombie, Split Pea Soup or I1 /] _J N.[q Tuna Salad Sandwich i]:jl’ \\;  Wed.- Hamburger or Egg Salad Sandwich IIT I \\; I Thurs.- Hot Dog Rotlup or Bologna Sand- It/  wlch I courtesy ot IU,+ PUGEI SOUND BAKING CO. | :, i Mark-It Foods 392-1341 • "',T71 - Tea Room 7 355 N.iW._Gilman Blvd. 392-I 700 The Issaquah Press, Wednesday, December 28, 1983 - Page 7 Liberty squeaks by Woodinville, takes second in Monroe tourney The Liberty boys' basket- ball team got in the win col- umn for the first time in two years Thursday night when they edged Woodinville by a score of 42-41. The Patriots got off to a 24-15 halftime lead and led by as much as 14 in the third quarter. Liberty let the lead gradually slip away and trailed 38-34 late in the game. Jeff Crawford hit two shots from the baseline in the final minute and the Patriots got on top 42-41. Woodinville went to the free throw line with seven seconds to go but missed the front end of a one-and-one. Scoring from the starters was all Liberty needed as Jeff Crawford had 12 points and Jeff Thomas also got in dou- ble figures with 10. Steve Carleton scored 8, Jeff Brown 7 and Jim Reynolds dropped in 5 to round out the scoring. The win over Woodinville was the first game of the Monroe Christ- mas Tournament. The Patriots lost to host Monroe 63-40 Friday night and had to settle for a second place finish. Woodinville defeated Sultan by 15 points in the consolation game to wrap up third place. Liberty got behind Monroe 31-23 at the intermission and never could catch up, al- though they got as close as 3 midway through the third quarter. Monroe hit 13 of 26 from the charity stripe and Yolk makes regional times e e At the Chinook lnvita- • tionai Mini Swim Meet • December 17, Shane Volk, swimming for Issaquah Swim I Team, made three Regional 0 the Patriots rarely went to the line, hitting just 2 of 4. Although Liberty hit over 40 percent from the field for the first time this year, 22 turn- overs were costly. Jeff Brown was the only player in double figures with 13 points. Steve Carleton followed with 9 while Jeff Thomas had 6 points to go along with 7 rebounds. Jim Reynolds scored 4 points while Thor Rude, Cam Ad- dis, Jeff Crawford and Bruce Bannister all had 2. Liberty plays at Lind- bergh, 7:30 on December 30. The Patriots begin league ac- tion in January. - Cam Addis GRAND OPENING ISSAQUAH MUFFLER CUSTOM " D A4UFFLER  ECIALISTS i ,00o95 COom V  • Molt vehlclH. . lelephone quotations cheedully given. 000 000000000000 a dVC ". : times. There were 15 clubs participating with 80 swim- mers total. 8 - Under Girls: 50 yrd. Free: 2nd, Leslie Mix, 33.99 25 yd. Fly: 4th, Leslie Mix, 19.12 9- 10: 50 yd. Back: 3rd, Laurie Braun, 36.44 50 yd. Breast: 4th, Laurie Braun, 40.83 50 yd. Fly: 6th, Laurie Braun, 36.81 9 - 10 Boys: 50 yd. Breast: 2nd, Shane Volk, 40.07* 100 yd. I.M.: 5th, Shane Volk, 1:19.78" 50 yd. Fly: 4th, Shane Volk, 35.66* 100 yd. Free: 6th, Shane Volk, 1:11.12 *Regional Time Grants for elderly, handicapped transportation Non-profit organizations interested in providing transportation services for elderly and handicapped peo- ple may be able to get help in buying the required equip- ment. The Washington State Department of Transporta- tion is offering grants for the purchase of vehicles and specialized equipment to organizations such as senior centers, developmental centers and service organiza- tions to improve the mobility of elderly and handicapped people. Equipment eligible under the program includes vehicles, wheelchair lifts, FM communication radios and vehicle modifications design- ed to improve present transportation services available to the elderly and hndicapped. The money will be award- ed to successful applicants in a series of grants covering 80 percent of the costs related to acquiring the equipment. On- ly private non-profit organizations incorporated in the State of Washington are eligible to apply. AP- plicants must demonstrate their ability to finance the balance of the project's ex- penses including purchase and operation of equipment. Application guidelin are available by writing to the Department of Transporta- tion, Transportation Building, Olympia, WA. 98504, attention Jerry Carlson, or by calling (2061 754-1229. Applications will be ac- cepted from January 1 through March 5. "Issaquah on the Move." A look at the development boom in 1984, coming in a special edition with your February 9th lssaquah Press. II-- A 11111 A NI +w ,.o%%. ,-, FEED v our VII Sat. 9-7, Sun. 10-6 BUNCH WITH MARK IT FOODS Make Your New Year's Bright By Shopp- ing Mark-It-Foods For All Your Party Needs. Mark-It Foods Where Your Food Dollar Buys You More! 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