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C6 Mercer Island Reporter Wednesday. March 9. 1994 Wednesday, March 16, and is de- srgned for those who need to cope with anger, irritation, and the frustration of differing value sys- tems. Fee is $20. These classes are held at 2840 Northup Way in Bellevue. Call 889-7127 to pre-register. Youth orchestras will perform The Eastlake Community Classes offered Eastside Mental Health is of— fering two classes in March. “Beat the Blues” will be held from 6-8 p.m. on Monday, March 14 and 21. Information will be pro- vided on symptoms of depression, the times to get help, and tech- niques to help yourself beat the blues. Fee is $25. “Dealing With Difficult Peo- ple” will meet from 6:30—9 p.m. on Youth Symphony Orchestras will present works from Mozart and Tschaikovsky at 7:30 p.m. on Wednesday, March 16, at the Eastlake High School Performing Arts Theater. The three orchestras feature over 130 young musicians. The performance is free to the public. Call 868-1950 for more information or to schedule a placement audi— tion for spring term. Program on interfaith couples set in Bellevue “Interfaith Partnerships: Workshops for Couples” will meet from 7:30-9 p.m. on four Thurs- days, beginning April 5. The pro- grams, led by Island resident Nat- alie Merkur Rose, JFS Jewish Family Life Education Coordina— tor, will be held at Jewish Family day camps specifically designed Service‘s Eastside Office, 606 for children with special needs; 110th Ave. NE, Suite 210 in Belle- are listed in the updated “Camps: vue. The fee is $50. Pre-registra- for Children with Special Needs,i tion is required by calling 1994” produced by Children’s Rev 461—3240. source Center at Children’s Hospi- tal and Medical Center. Pamphlet IIStS Camp sponsors, contacts, loca-’ tion, session dates, cost and activ-i ities are listed for each camp. For free copies of the pamphlet, call 526-2201. 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