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Wednesday, February 2, 1994 Mercer Island Reporter ' ReflectiOns — Continued from A4. Lakeridge, who took a second place for “A Gift of Fun”; Mi- chele Conrad, Lakeridge, who took third place for “I Would Send the Witches Away”; Elizabeth Rieke, Lakeridge, who took an honorable mention for “The Gift 0 O 0 land Park, who took an honorable mention for “World Peace.” Students winning in the inter- mediate division for music were: Kingsley Tang, IMS, first place for “Fun, and Fun”; Hannah Por- ter, IMS, second place for “A Gift of Love”; James Stanton, Lakeridge, third place for “A Gift Tang, honorable mentions for two pieces, “Sharing” and “Har- mony.” In the junior high division, a first place award was shared by two MIHS 9th graders: Sarah Hess, for “Nostalgia,” and Ed- ward Tang, for “Strength, Toler- ance/Forgiveness, and Continui- typ: Kate Hess, a MIHS student, won first place in the senior high Workshop for seniors The Mercer Island Senior Adult Center is sponsoring two fi- nancial workshops for seniors. The workshop leader, Terry Cole, MBA, is a chartered financial consultant with over 20 years of with senior adults. “Seniors and the New Tax Law” is the topic for Tuesday, Feb. 8. How to determine margin- al income tax brackets and how to reduce taxes on investment earn- ings and Social Security benefits will be discussed. On Tuesday, Feb. 15, the pro- gram is Investment Management under Clintonomics and will focus flow, risk avoidance, and inflation protection. 1 Both workshops will be held from 12:45 to 2:15 pm. at the Community Center at/ Mercer View. Cost is $1 per workshop, with all proceeds benefitting Mer- cer Island Senior Adult Services. Call 236-3545 to pre-register, Telecommunications Device for of Imagination”; and Kingsley division for “Compassion.” experience, specializing in work the Deaf is 232-9598. of Song”; and Andrew Prince, 15- on balancing objectives for cash We’re Celebrating The Remodel _ Of Our Inglewood Village QFC. Some changes are easier to adjust to than others. Residents of Inglewood should have no problem coping with the changes at our newly remodeled Inglewood Village store. We’ve added a full—service bakery featuring delicious . pastries, cookies, cakes and Veneto’s .world-class coffee. The frozen foods department has dotibled in size and selection. There’s an expanded floral department. The deli now Offers a much wider selection of ready-to-eat entrees . and salads. In fact, nearly every department has grown. And you are cordially invited to see the exciting new changes for yourself. Or stop by the QFC nearest you, because every store is celebrating with special values. Sweet Navel Oranges From California , BES YS Coupon Savings Without The Coupon. QUALITY MEAT QUALITY PRODUCE Fresh Pork Boneless . . Fresh Tender Top Loin ' ‘ Fresh Hen ,, Cooked Shrlmp Broccoli._ ........ ... lb. ESTES: . . . . . . . . . . 91b. . Turkey Meat Sweet Napa ‘Acme Grade A Cabbage or ‘ Eéi'f‘éflfifi Bmless 10-1.11... mm? Bok Choy ...... .. .39... ‘Roast . . . . . . . . . . . .1079“). Average “3- quality . lb- 2 lb. Bag Fresh F .79... .99“. Organic Carrots . . . . . . . U.S. CHOICE Boneless Beef Top Clod Roast . . . . . .. Cranberry Cup 0’ Noodles J “1C6 Soup Cup Thompson or Flame Seedless Grapes . . . . . . .. 1.99111; ‘ rt Yami égreihglpneless ; Blends Regular 0r Lite Extra Fancy ........ ....3.49.,. RedkomeAPPks ---- «391b- Assorted Varieties REGULAR .63 EACH SAVE 1.52 ON FOUR 48 02. Assorted Varieties REG. 2.79 EACH SAVE 2.58 ON TWO 2/300 3/100 4/100 2.25 02. Assorted Varieties REGULAR .69 EACH SAVE 1.07 ON THREE Fancy Anjou Pears . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . *If Thin Sliced . . . . . . . . ‘ . . . . . . . . 3.79%. Lean Ground Beef 1069"). Our Own Grind l 059%. Any Size Package . . . . . . . . . . . . Meat Franks or Bologna .391... Bacon Sliced Bar S You’ll find a large selection of colorful 9. 16 oz. Assorted Varieties . . . . . . . ' flowers and green foliage plants to brighten your home this winter in the QFC' floral, r department. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . ...993a_ , ‘0 . . . A Blooming M1111 Hams Bar 5 . Cyclamen . 3.7911». QUALITY SEAEOOD 12-3 lbs. Average, Water Added . Unique, bright blossoms 1 with attractive foliage, . 61nchPot . . . . O _' African Violets 3 5.99 Assorted varieties to choose from. F0 Fresh Fltfirida 4 6-InchPot ...... . ....... .. Ba S'éa o s . - . P - ~ . y P .'. “’ Quahty Food Centers £33333??? 8 99 ; Fresh Medium Oysters ‘ 8.1nch Pot. . . .r . . . . . . . . . ..‘ . . . . .. Ill/32:1? .1 . . . . . . . . ..'., . .'.' . 2.49%. W I Pink Splash ' l ‘ l ~‘ " Seafood availability subject to weather and fishing conditions. Open 241101113 rrgzaztirrrrtérf'f°f‘f‘r.2.99 Sales are in retail quantities only. Limit rights reserved. ©1994 Quality Food Centers, Inc. " Prices effective lWed., Feb. 2 thru Tues, Feb. ‘8, 1994.