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.L THE CLASS00,EDS I ISSAQUAH PRESS 392-6434 tf iDesign Development from downtown Issa- 3 bed., 21/2 bath. lot with view. 14,900. 392-9606 tf UNIQUE, RUSTIC RIVERFRONT HOME - Charming 2 bedroom home with cedar touches throughout and extra insulation. Deck off patio doors for great view of mountain and river. Oversize double garage with work area. Very private wood- ed lot, $62,950. Eastside Realty, 392-6880, or 888-2350. Call Mary Ann at 888-2507, eves. 1231 NORTH BEND, OVER 3,000 sq. ft. of seclusion. Will sell or rent. Contact Tummy, at 226-8300, weekdays. 0107 RECEtVEING PAYMENTS ON REAL ESTATE contract or note? Lots of ready cash available to you now. No discount in many cases. 1 (800) 772-3007; (206) 774-3007. 1231 LEGAL FORMS parkway The new channel of Laughing EVANS OFFICESUPPLY Jacobs Creek would be on State Meadows Shopplng Ctr., 392-2412 park land in a King County inven- MON-FRI9to5:30, Sat. 11 to3 tf toried wetland, East Sammamish PUBLIC NOTICE NO. 86-218 Number 90. To prevent drainage of LEGAL NOTICE the wetland area, a continuous A PUBLIC SALE will be held at berm about one foot high will be 22414 S.E. 62nd. St., Issaquah, WA constructed along the east bank of on January 7, 1987 at ten o'clock the new stream channel. a.m. where goods held under With the exception of four curb in- LANDLORD LEIN will be sold to the lets, flow from which will be routed highest bidder for the purpose of through oil pollution control satisfying said lien. devices, all drainage from the pro- Goods held under a LANDLORD ject pavement will be directed to LIEN are under the following ac- grass-lined swales before entering counts: Paula Henderson. existing streams• Drainage from the Published in The Issaquah Press west 200 feet of Southeast 56th December17, 24, 31,1986. Street will enter catch basins and PUBLIC NOTICE NO. 86-220 be piped to the north side of the MITIGATED DETERMINATION street where it will empty into a I NTAINAIRE $109,500 Custom built quality throughout. Oversized rooms, kitchen has oak Cupboards and pantry, large eating area, and skylight• Cathedral ellings In living and dining rooms. Professionally landscaped. JEANNE ERDAHL, 392-9870, eves. CAPE COD TWO-STORY $189,500 pacious charming home on a beautiful 1.95 acres. Four bedrooms, three baths, and a master suite with his/her bath. Formal living room and a family room with French doors to deck. KEN/DIANE KOOY, 455-3310, eves. MOTHER-IN-LAW AREA... .,.possibility. Large four bedroom, three bath home on private Street, with western exposure on rear deck, and backs up to greenbelt. Jennalre, space and skylight in kitchen. Formal dining. LARRY BERLIN, 841-7827, eves. WOODED ACREAGE $58,500 Gorgeous acreage with westerly mountain view. Great privacy. Bring your architects and builders for this 2.3 acre lot[ JEANNE ER- bAHL, 392-9879, eves. 1231 RELO IEAUTY, WARMTH, VALUE $109,500 bd., 21h be. beauty has great street appeal• The landscaping is pro- feels like home. Features a large deck with View and a party size rec morn. Super low priced at $109,500. Call 392-1621. AFFORDABLE LIVING $51,900 Like new condition. 2 bd., 11/z be. home. Separate work shed. Fenced backyard. EXtensive landscaping. Close to skiing, hiking, and fishing• Easy Bellevue com- I%te. Low priced at $51,900. Call 392-1621. TART THE N EW YEAR IN $104,500 This beautiful Burnstead 3 bd. daylight rambler. Den, rec room, fantastic buy on COrner lot. Extensively landscaped. RV parking• Decks, wet bar & more. Call )92-1621, or eves., Charlotte, 392-9479. CITY LAKE AND MOUNTAIN VIEW $169,500 Large 4 bd. Mercer Island home. Formal living and dining room. Park like set- ting, large deck dog run. Great home for family living and fun Ca 392-1621, or eves., Charlotte, 392-9479. EATHTAKING VIEW $275 000 IJstom Lindal home, exquisite fixtures, parquet 'and Ceramic tile floors. master bd. with bidet, 5 decks with hot tub on 4 acres. Must or eves., Charlotte, 392-9479. FIXER $54,900 Astunning bargain with a lot of livabilityl 3 bd., 11h ba., rec room, fireplace, 2 car e. All close to lake and hiking, Call today! 392-1621. $66,000 clean and freshly painted 3 bd. rambler on corner lot. Convenient few blocks to Lake Sammamish. Country setting. Call todayl Karen or George, 392-9154. • 5 ACRES $129,000 little bit of heaven. Extra large 4 bd. home w/view of Mtns. from master suite. open kitchen and more. Rural relaxer. Call 392-t621, or eves., Charlotte, INTERIOR PAINTING by A PAINTING COMPANY -free estimates- -licensed and bonded- Call Steve Cole 392-7106 NEW YEAR'S DELIGHT $87,500 Start your New Year on a positive note! Put YOUR name on the mailbox of this sharp 3 bedroom, 1¾ bath rambler on a nice horse acre lot on Tiger Mountain! Have that "country feeling" only 10 minutes from downtown Issaquah. Quiet, safe cul-de-sac street, barn, fireplace AND ultra efficient wood burning stove are but a few of the many features offered by this "sharpie." Let us make your New Year a happy one by showing you this newest addition to our inventory of outstanding homes! From all of us at CENTURY 21 Campbell Realty to all of YOU, wish you a HAPPY, PROSPEROUS, HEALTHY NEW YEAR! OF NONSIGNIFICANCE grass-lined swale at least 200 feet ? Name of proposal: East Lake Sam- long which will empty into Issaquah mamish Parkway Southeast Widen- Creek. The remainder of Southeast ing 56th Street's runoff will enter catch basins and be piped east to East Description of proposal: This pro- ject will widen East Lake Sam- Lake Sammamish Parkway. There it mamish Parkway Southeast from will enter a grass-lined swale bet- Southeast 43rd Way to Southeast ween the railroad and the parkway 56th Street and will widen and flow north. Drainage from the Southeast 56th Street from the south side of Southeast 56th Street parkway to the Issaquah city limits east of East Lake Sammamlsh about 250 feet east of lssaquah Parkway will be piped to the grass- Creek. East Lake Sammamish lined swale west of the parkway. Parkway (currently two lanes with Runoff from the north side of gravel shoulders and ditches) will Southeast 56th Street east of East be widened to four lanes with left Lake Sammamish Parkway will be turn channelization at certain Ioca- directed to a grass-tined drainage tions. There will be a fifth central swale along the east side of the left turn lane for 200 feet north of parkway. This swale runs north Southeast 56th Street and from 500 along the parkway for about 1200 feet south of the entrance to the feet where it intercepts a drainage Lake Sammamish State Park boat course from the east and is piped launch area to Southeast 43rd under the parkway to the swale bet- Street. For 200 feet south of weep the railroad and the parkway• Southeast 56th Street, East Lake Drainage from the parkway itself Sammamish Parkway Southeast and the reconStructed portion of would consist of four lanes (two Southeast 43rd Way will be col- northbound through lanes, a south- lected at catch basins on both sides bound through lane, and a left turn of the roads, from which it will be pocket between the through lanes), piped to the swale between the Similarly but in reversed orienta- parkway and the railroad• Flow from tion, for 200 feet north of Southeast the swale between the railroad and 43rd Way, East Lake Sammamish the parkway is and will be piped Parkway Southeast would consist under the railroad at several points of two southbound through lanes, a to existing drainage courses to the northbound through lane, and a left west. One of these drainage turn pocket between the through courses is Laughing Jacobs Creek• lanes. The curb lanes on East Lake Drainage from the northern 750 feet Wi,0fi. A. SO;ft, A-- Sammamish Parkway Southeast will of the project flows south In the be13 feet wide rather than the stan- swale to enter Laughing Jacobs 1145 NW Gilman Blvd., Suite 6 € dard 11 feet. This will provide some Creek and 350 feet of the swale accommodation for bicyclists, south of the creek crossing drains 392 7000 I=J ...... Curb, gutter, and eight-foot wide north tnto the creek. ..... sidewalks adjacent to the curb will Trees will be planted approx- be constructed along both sides of imately every 35 feet along both the parkway from Southeast 43rd sides of the project• Way to Southeast 58th Street. The Street lighting will be installed curb, gutter, and sidewalk will end along Southeast 56th Street, at the just north and south respectively of Southeast 56th Street and Southeast 43rd Way and Southeast Southeast 43rd Way intersections 56th Street. The roadway and with East Lake Sammamish asphalt paved shoulder will then Parkway Southeast, and along East taper back to the existing roadway Lake Sammamish Parkway 200 feet from the end of the Southeast from just south of the sidewalk, entry to the State park boat laun- Southeast 43rd Way will be widen- ching area to the north end of the ed to five lanes with curb, gutter, project. Street lights are spaced on and sidewalk on both sides for 700 alternate sides of the street up- feet east of East Lake Sammamtsh proximately every 160 feet. Parkway. The pavement, curb, gut- Mitigation: This project will impact tar, and sidewalk will be con- Laughing Jacobs Creek by requir- structed full width to the east end of ing its piping or relocation. It will the project. The pavement west of impact wetlands because they the east end of the project will be border the east side of the road striped to taper back to the existing which is to be widened and roadway east of that point. A new because if Laughing Jacobs Creek traffic signal will be installed at the is relocated its new channel would Intersection of Southeast 43rd Way run through wetlands. Because the and East Lake Sammamish Parkway project wil be constructed with Southeast and will include curb, gutter and sidewalk the pro- pedestrian signalization, ject impacts recreation by forcing Southeast 56th Street will be a decision on how to provide for widened to five lanes with curb, gut- bicycle traffic. ter, and eight-foot sidewalk on the The County proposes to mitigate south side and curb and gutter on these potential impacts through the north side as well as a 12-foot the following measures. Laughing wide two-way pedestrian/bicycle Jacobs Creek will be relocated to a path separated from the roadway by new chann el east of the highway a 5-foot wide landscaped berm. that is not constructed between There will be a 1-foot wide gravel the'highway and the railroad. This path abutting the north edge of the will allow a meandering channel bicycle/pedestrian path. The cross with a natural configuration. The section of Southeast 56th Street will new channel has been designed in be constructed full width to the consultation with the Washington Issaquah city limits at the west end State Department of Game to in- of the project• The pavement will be elude a lining of streambed gravel, striped to taper back to the existing logs anchored in the stream and 1231 cross section west of the project native trees, shrubs and her- until the road in Issaquah is widen- baceous vegetation planted along ed. The traffic signal at Southeast and in the stream to provide cover 56th Street and East Lake Sam- and appropriate habitat for mamlsh Parkway Southeast will be stream life. modified to accommodate ' the As much as is possible without In- altered lane configuration and will fringing on use of the railroad, include pedestrian signals, widening of East Lake Sammamish While Southeast 43rd Way and Parkway Southeast wtll be toward Southeast 56th Street will be widen- the railroad thus minimizing the ed to both sides to retain their ex- amount of widening into the isting centerlines, the roadway of wetlands on the east side of the East Lake Sammamish Parkway highway. (This also avoided Southeast will be widened as much removal of one residence on the as possible to the west. This allows east side of the road.) impacts to be directed to the Burl- The wetland area affected on ington Northern right of way which the east side of the parkway is also abuts the west side of the County State park land and must, by road right of way for the entire federal regulation, be replaced. length of the project along East While the regulations do not Lake Sammamlsh Parkway specifically demand replacement Southeast. It thereby minimizes im- of wetlands with wetlands, they pacts to wetlands and State park do require replacement with lands land which abut the east side of the of equivalent recreational value. parkway along the north third of the Wetlands have unique recrea- project. Any substanttalwidening to tional value and the County will the west, however, interferes with exert Its influence to have the existing channel of Laughing wetlands acquired as the replace- Jacobs Creek which flows north mentlands. between the railroad and the As part of the stream channel parkway for about 300 feet along the relocation, the County will con- northern third of the project after struct a low berm along the east crossing diagonally under the side of the new channel to assure parkway in a 125-foot long culvert, that the rest of the wetland area The County proposes to relocate to the east is not drained by the Laughing Jacobs Creek in a chan- new channel. The construction nel to the east of the parkway. The area along the new channel will be creek would then cross under the replanted with natural vegeta- parkway and the railroad at a point tion. 400 feet north of where it now These aspects of the stream crosses under the parkway. The relocation have been designed in .... AGENTOPENINGSAVAILABLE .... new crossing of the parkway would consultation with the Wetlands NUMBER 1 to work for you! be at the point where the stream Biologist in the Building and Land now crosses under the railroad. Development Division. "Call Anytime" Another stream of similar size now The County will construct a Class Each offlce lndependently owned and operated. 1231 crosses under the parkway at this I bicycle facility along the Southeast 56th Street portion of point and joins Laughing Jacobs the project. This would connect Creek between the railroad and the with a Class I facility continuing • west along Southeast 56th Street --=,,,  that is planned by the City of Issa- • $5 50 quah. On East Lake Sammamlsh CLASSIFIEDS 10 WORDS Parkway Southeast the County ,., m will construct the curb lanes two = feet wider than normal (13 feet as *RUN 2 WEEKS A ND GETA 3rd WEEK FREE* opposed to 11 feet) this will allow experienced bicyclists to use the THIS HANDY FORM TO ORDER YOUR CLASSIFIED AD: road if they choose to until such time as the railroad bed becomes available for construction of a ;day - "': ":pUullcat,on dates Classification C,ass I bicycle facility. The two ex- tra feet in the curb lane will not be striped or signed as a bicycle ad:. route. 1 2 3 4 Location of proposal: East Lake Sammamish Parkway Is located in King County along the east shore of Lake Sammamish between Red- 5 6 7 8 9 mend and Issaquah, This project In- volves the southern end of the parkway along the east side of Lake 10 11 12 13 1 4 Sammamish State Park just north of Issaquah. The prelect lies in Sec- tions 18 end 21, Township 24 North, Phone Range8 East. Proponent and Lead Agency: King County, Department of Public Works The lead agency for this proposal Call in your ad - 392-6434 or mail to P.O. BOX 1328, Issaquah, WA 98027 has determined that as mitigated it CLASSIFIED AD DEADLINE - MONDAY 3 P.M. tf does not have a probable signifi- cant adverse impact on the environ- Obituaries Clark B. Darst A funeral service for Clark B. Darst, 60, of Issaquah was held at St. Joseph Catholic Church on December 26, 1986. Burial followed at Sunset Hills Memorial Park in Bellevue. Arrangements were under the direction of Flintoft's Issaquah Funeral Home. Clark died at home December 22. Clark was born April 10, 1926 in Seattle(Washington, the son of Clyde and Elspith Darst. He was raised in lssa- quah and graduated from Issaquah High School in 1944. Clark served with the United States Navy during World War It and married Mae Johnson on October 26, 1945 in Renton. Clark lived all of his life in Issaquah; his family was one of the first settlers of the lssaquah Valley. Clark's great-grandparents were !=,-,c William and Martha (Stuart) Bush and Cyrus and Emily Ann (Bush) Darst. Clark worked as credit manager of Overlake Hospital from 1968 to 1983 and at the time of his death was credit manager for Healthco International in Bellevue. He was a member of Skogsblomman Vasa Lodge 378, Clan Donald of America, the Connecticut Society of Genealogists, and the Swedish Club. Clark is survived by his beloved wife Mae of Issa- quah; three daughters, Leslie Vangstad of Issaquah, Krista Schaefer of Alaska and Jan Gerard of Kirkland; one brother Stuart Darst of Hoodsport; and nine grand- children. Ivar E. Strom A funeral service for Ivar E. Strom, 66, of lssaquah, was held at Our Savior Lutheran Church on Decem- ber 24, 1986. Burial followed ment. An environmental impact statement (EIS) is not required under RCW 43.21C.030(2)(c). This decision was made after review of a completed environmental checklist and other information on file with the lead agency. This information is available to the public on request• This determination of non- significance is issued under WAC 197-11-340(2); the lead agency will not act on this proposal until after January 6, 1987. Comments must be submitted by January 6,1987. Responsible official: Donald J. LaBelle Position/title: Director. King Coun- ty Department of Public Works Address: 900 King County Ad- ministration Building, Seattle. Washington 98104 Phone: (206) 344-5233 Date: 12-16-86 Paul Tanaka You may appeal this determina- tion to the Zoning and Subdivision Examiner by filing a Notice of ap- peal with the responsible official of the lead agency given above. A Notice of Appeal is a letter stating the name of the proposal, the action to which you object (in this case the County's determination of non- significance), the agency taking the action (in this case the King County Department of Public Works), the basis for the objection (that is why the proposal would be likely to have a significant adverse impact on the environment), and that you are ap- pealing the County's determination to the Zoning and Subdivision Ex- aminer. The letter should Identify you and how you can be reached. Any Notice of Appeal for this deter- mination of nonsignificance must be received no later than January 6, 1987. You should be prepared to make specific factual objections. Contact the Zoning and Subdivi- sion Examiner at (206) 344-3460 to ask about the procedures for SEPA appeals. Published in the Issaquah Press December 31, 1986. PUBLIC NOTICE NO. 86-221 LEGAL NOTICE SOLID WASTE COLLECTION PENALTIES Ordinance No. 1745, effective 12-29-96 (Adopted by Issaquah City Council 12-15-86) Section 8.04.130 Penalty: Any per- son violating any provision of this chapter shall be guilty of a misde- meanor and upon correction punished as set forth in Chapter 1.06 of the Issaquah Municipal Code. A copy of the complete text of this ordinance is posted st Issaquah City Hall, 130 E. Sunset Way; and the Issaquah Public Library, 140 E. Sunset Way. Upon request to the City Clerk's Office (391-1000), copies wilt also be mailed. Lois H. Taylor Deputy City Clerk Published in the Issaquah Press December 31, 1986. PUBLIC NOTICE NO. 86-222 NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR SHORELINE MANAGEMENT SUBSTANTIAL DEVELOPMENT Notice is hereby given that Issa- quah Medical Center Associates who is owner of the below describ- ed property has filed an applica- tion for a Substantial Development Permit for the development of a three story, 40,000 square foot Medical Clinic located at 400 block of N.W. Gilman Boulevard, east of Issaquah Creek within N.E. of Sec- tion 28 of Township 24 N., Range 6E W.M. in Washington• Said development is proposed to be within Issaquah Creek and/or its associated wetlands. Any person desiring to express his views or to be notified of the action taken on this application should notify the Department of Development Review m writing of his interest within thirty days of the final date of publication of this notice which is 1/7/87. Written comments must be received by 217/87. Published in the Issaquah Press December 31,1986, January 7, 1987. PUBLIC NOTICE NO. 86-223 LEGAL NOTICE CITY OF ISSAQUAH NOTICE OF REDEMPTION OF Ll.D. BONDS Notice is hereby given that Bonds 74 thru 81, inclusive, of Local im- provement District No. 16 will be called as of January 15,.1987. Upon such date the interest on bonds so called shall cease and each and every coupon representing interest not accrued on such date shall be void. All due or called bonds and coupons should be presented for payment to: Seafirst Bank, Bond- Coupon Collectioins, P.O. Box 12657, Seattle, Washington 98111. Aagot Hess City Treasurer Published in the Issaquah Press December 31,1986. i m b Announces Home Care Services Serving Community Needs With: • Nursing • Medical Social Services • Speech Therapy • Physical Therapy • Occupational Therapy • Home Health Aides Quality Professional Care in the comfort of 391-2800 (TTY" 453-2480) A non-profit corporation owned and operated by the Sisters of St. ]oseph of Peace, Health and Hospital Services. EOE Lic. #917 i A/ea,00 an,009 o personol vist! flowers ............... (206) -'454-5 ............... 755 ---N--ewcr j or 622-6348 at Hillside Cemetery. The services were officiated by Pastor Arnold Anderson. lvar died at Overlake Hospital Medical Center on December 21. Ivar was born April 27, 1920 in Oslo, Norway, the son of Ernst and Margreta Strom. He was raised in Oslo and graduated from the The Issaquah Press, December 31, 1986 - Page 9 (S-5) University of Oslo. In 1948 he married Randi J. Erichsen in Oslo. He received his Master's Degree from Case Western Reserve University in mathematics and com- puter technology. In 1966 he moved from Norway to lssa- quah and went to work for Boeing Computer Services. He was a member of Our Savior Lutheran Church. Ivar is survived by his beloved wife Randi of Issa- quah; three children, Anne- Lise Strom of Issaquah, Ruth Strom of Redmond and Are Strom of Seattle; two sisters, Miriam Johansen and Greta Vekrum of Oslo; one brother Svein of Oslo; and two grandchildren. Join us SAINT MICHAEL AND ALL ANGELS or worship FOOTHILLS BAPTIST CHURCH EPISCOPAL CHURCH SEDarst&SecondAve.SE Sunday Services 8:00 a. rn. and t0:30 a.m. Sunday School for all ages 10:00 a.m. Nursery Care Provided FR. BILL SELL-LEE, INTERIM RECTOR 392-3215 NEWPORT PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH A Congregation of the Presbyterian Church U.S.A, 4010 120th SE Bellevue 746-6111 , (west of 1-405 at Coal Creek Pkwy, exit 10) 9 a.m Christian Education (all ages) 10:15 a.m. Divine Worship Nursery Care all morning 6:30 p.m. Sr, High Fellowship Wed. 5:30 p,m. Middle Sch. Fellowship Listening system for the Hearing Impaired Pastors Dennis J. Hughes,PhD. Greg Bobgan, M. Div. FAITH UNITED METHODIST CHURCH Communion Service 8:30 a.m Worship & Christian Education for Children/ Nursery Provided 9:30 am. & 11:00 a.m. Bible Sharincj & Prayer Gathering 6:30 p.m. 3924 Issaquah - Pine Lk. Rd. • William B. Price. Pastor faith rooted in love 392-0123 COMMUNITY BAPTIST CHURCH Church School--9:30 a.m. Worship--11:00 a.m. 205 Mt. Park Blvd.--392-6447 ERIC C. HOLMSTROM, PASTOR TRINITY EVANGELICAL CHURCH 26729 S.E. 76th PI. High Point Independent. Non-denominational "l:wo worship services: 8:30 a.m., 11:00 a.m. Sunday School 9:45 a.m. 392-2546 h Christian Church 10300 Issaquah-Hobart Road 392-fi848 Early Worship 9:15 a.m. Evening Worship 6:30 p.m. Bible School 9:15 a.m. Youth Group 6:30 p.m. Late Worship 10:50 a.m. PREACHING MINISTER KEITH BOLL YOUTH MINISTER SCOTT McCORNACK No creed but Christ no book but the Bible• no name but Christian COVENANT PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH Sunday School 9:45 a.m. Morning Worship 11 a.m. Nursery Provided 22116S.E, 51stPlace North of St, Regis Lumber WILLIAMJ SWENSON. PASTOR 392-5532 Pine Lake Presbyterian Church Celebration • Dialogue * Community SUNDAYS 10 A.M. At Lutheran Bible Institute. Providence Heights Nursery Bob Gray, Pastor Pre-School Office 392-5968 Church School Classes 160 NW Gilman Issaquah Church of Nazarene Our Church can be your home 10120 Iss. Hobart Rd. S.E. Worship Service 9:30 & 6 p.m. 392-3138 Bible School 11:00 a.m. Pastor Stephen Carpenter SAMMAMISH PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH A New Church Development--Presbyterian Church U.S.A. 22522 N.E. Inglewood Hill Rd. 8:30 and 10:30 Worship 9:30 Education Hour Youth Club-- Wednesdays, 4 p.m. Nursery and Child Care Henk Wapstra, Pastor 746-5486 - 868-5168 Donna Kennedy, Dir. of Educ. FIRST CHURCH OF CHRIST, SCIENTIST 10:30 Sunday Service at Community Hall, 180 E. Sunset Way, Issaquah Publ ic Reading Room, 1250 NW Mall, Mon.-Sat. 10-1 10:30 Sunday School, at Reading Room 7:30 p.m. Wednesday Testimony Meeting, at Reading Room Dr. Charles D. Anderson, Pastor Sunday School 9:45a.m. Sunday Worship 11:00 a.m. Wed. Prayer Meeting7:30 p.m. 10120 lee-Hobart Rd.. 392-5925 "lssaquah's Newest Church" New Church Office Complex Rowley Agency 1595 N.W, Gilman Bird, Suite 13 39%1817 Gerald Cudney Bit( Mulhern Pastor Fsmily Counsetsor 391--070 SUNDAY FAMILY WORSHIP 6:00 P.M. Community Hall 180 E. Sunset Way Downtown Issaquah I Midweek Study/Prayer 1 Wednesday, 7:30 p.m. New Office Complex "A FAMILY OF FAMILIES HONORING GOD" T.E CHURCH ov JESUS CHR IST or LATTER.DAY SAINTS (THE MORMONS) 100 6th Southeast -- Visitors Welcome -- ISSAQUAH 1st WARD Sunday services begin at 11:30 a.m Leon Gale. Bishop 392-7937 ISSAQUAH 2nd WARD Sunday services begin at 9:00 a,m. H. Cutler, Bishop 641-7299 CHRISTIAN FELLOWSHIP A 'FULL GOSPEL' CHURCH Sunset & 5th St. Sunday ............... 10:30AM Wed. Eve Service ........ 7:00 PlY' Pastor Richard Mcnvaine Associate Pastor Tuck Sheppard 392-8107 LORD JESUS CHRIST Our Sauior Lutheran Church 745 Front Street S. Issaquah Worship Sunday morning... 8 & 11 Sunday School. all ages ... 9:30 Prhool M0n-Fri.. ages 3-5 Paul Wuest. Pastor David Hustoft, Pastor Arnold Anderson, Pastor 392-4169 St. Joseph Catholic Church 220 Mt. Park Blvd. S.W.. Issaqaah P.O. Box 200, Issaquah  Phone 392-5516/ Sunday Masses: 8:00, 9:30, 11:15 Saturday Evenings - _ Anticipation Mass 5:30p.m. 12700 S.E. 32nd St., Bellevue, WA 98005 747-3780 mma  Adult Forum 10 a.m. Church School and Service 11 a.m. | Ilill 1 i Nursery Care Available _I Leon Hopper, Senior Minister Barbara Wells Associate Minister  [ ISSAQUAH ASSEMBLY OF GOD of the Assembltes of God • 24326 SE Iss.-Fall City Rd. • .192-3253 BIBLE EDUCATION FOR THE ENTIRE FAMILY 9:00 A .M. SUNDAY WORSHIP (Nursery provided) lO:00 A.M. SUNDAY EVENING FELLOWSHIP 6:00 P.M. Mon.-Fri.: Preschool aes 2'/-5 G92-3253) Wed.: 7:00 p.rn. Bible Study/Prayer. Royal Rangers. Missionettes for Childre Weeknights: Adult Home Groups Don Conant, senior pastor Jim Hance, associate pastor nnn EASTGATE CONGREGATIONAL CHURCH CHURCH Affiliated with the Evegeltl Covenant Church AT LUTHERAN BIBLE INSTITUTE PROVIDENCE HEIGHTS SUNDAY SCHOOL9:30a.m. WORSHIP 10:45 a.m. Nursery provided Pastor Donald T. Robinson. 392-8838 SAMMAMISH HILLS United Church of Christ LUTHERAN CHURCH "That they may all be one" ^lzz   urn, on me 'lateau lt% 15401 SE Newport Way, Bellevue 746-2411 .......... i¢.,J=-.-=, . worsnip- :u ano 11 a.m. (,""']J Church School & Worship Service 10:30a.m. Sunday School- 9:45 a.m. Dr. John C. Randlett, Minister 643-6665 Pastor Richard Nieman,392-7799 Faith. Hope &Love #A THE HEALING CENTER - FOR THE WHOLE PERSON . /I#l ; Sunday ......... 10:00 a,m.  Wednesday ....... 7:00 p.m. BJORN BERGMANN, Pastor k':/ 5648 221st Pi. (½ m,¢E. o l.aq=ah Holiday Inn) 392-8188" ''- • [ I I Ill I I 1 I