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E... __ -._. ._-..- H»AW4-”-__L_L_ Mercer lsland Reporter Wednesday. April 20,1994 Kristin and James Bold Kristin Ann Kivland Kivland BOld Kristin Ann Kivland and James Christopher Bold were married on Jan. 3 at the Wailea Seaside Chapel on Maui in Ha- waii. The Rev. Morley Frech offi— ciated. The bride’s parents are Gerald and Jana Kivland of Mercer Is- land. She graduated from Mercer Island High School, and received a bachelor’s degree in communi— cations at Washington State Uni— versity. Kristin is now an account executive in advertising sales Three seniors from Mercer Is- land were among the 19 honored recently at Whitman College for their election to the national aca- demic honor society, Phi Beta Kappa. Jana Cawrse, philoSophy major, is the'daughter of Robert and Marie Cawrse; Patrick Han— nigan, politics major, is the son of Patrick and Melinda Hannigan; and Kathryn Moogk, sociology major, is the daughter of Gary and Margery Moogk. 4 Jay Berkley Reeck was elected to membership in Phi Beta Kappa at Pomona College. Reeck is a se— nior majoring in biology. Stephen Moffett, a senior at Claremont McKenna College ma- joring in economics and film stud- ies, was named to “Who’s Who , Among Students in American Uni- versities and Colleges.” Moffett, the son of David and Susan Moffett, is the recipient of the Watson Scholarship. Jacqueline Marie Maloney was named to the Western Washington University honor roll at the com- pletion of winter quarter. Dena Wilensky, a junior ma- joring in psychology, has been CITY OF MERCER ISLAND COMMENTS ON DNS PUBLIC NOTICE NOTICE IS HEREBY ger pier, and add two three~ APPLICATION FOR IVE N th a t: L ou pile mooring dolphins. The SHORELINE Kapscnndy who is the owner subject property is located at MANAGEMENT SUBSTANTIAL DEVELOPMENT AND REQUEST FOR of the below described pro- perty has filed an applica. tion for’ a Substantial Development Permit for the with KXLY AMIFM. Parents of the bridegroom are Michael and Shirleen Bold of Spo— kane. James graduated from Mead High School in Spokane. He also attended Washington State University, where he received a bachelor of arts degree in finance and real estate. He is employed by Goodale and Barbierri in retail property managing and leasing. The couple honeymooned on Maui. A reception was held in Spokane, where the newlyweds will reside. named to the dean’s list at the University of Rochester. Collectibles & COIN SHOW BELLEVUE INN 11211 Main St. Bellevue, Washington Sunday Apfil24 1O a.m. 4 pm. Featuring: 54 of the Northwest‘s Finest Dealers BUYING - SELLING FREE. APPRAISALS Coins, medals. tokens, stamps, postcards, watches, jewelry. precious metals. sports cards. antiques and more . . . ADMISSION ADULTS $1.00 SENIOR CITIZENS & CHILDREN 50‘ development to extend a fin- 9607 Southeast 72nd Street, within NE 1/4 Section 30, ’Ibwnship 24 N, Range 05 E.W.M., Mercer Island, King Susie and Geoff Shavey Susie Hess Hess - Shavey Susie Hess, daughter of Paul and Kathy Hess of Bellingham, and Geoff Shavey, son of Gary and June Shavey of Mercer Is~ land, exchanged wedding vows on Dec. ’17. The service, officiated by The Rev. Alan Marshall, took place at Saint Louise Catholic Church. Members of the wedding party included Elizabeth Finfrock, Amy Gamble, Loren Johnson, Heather Shavey, Audrey Hogben, and Ra— chael and Kara Davis. Greg Shavey, Jason Shavey, Gary Shavey, Matt Goode and Rusty Reiswig were also in the wedding party. The couple spent their hon- I O 1994 Liberty Mutual Insurance Group/Boston L—--——-----——-----—-————— — — — — — — —— PUBLIC NOTICE Any person ‘desiring to express his views or to be notified of the action taken on the application should Mercer eymoon in Jamaica and. at Disneyworld. Their home is in Kirkland. ‘ At least under the speed limit. If you have a clean driving record for forty months, you may qualify for reduced rates. To find out more, fill out this coupon and mail it in today. Name: Address: City: State: Zip: Phone: Auto Insurance Expires: Mail to: Liberty Mutual Insurance Company . 1170 106th Ave. NE, Bellevue WA 98004 ....... ..637-9680 405 NW. Gilman Blvd., Issaquah WA 98027.....392—0309 LIBERTY MUTUAL. Anna Kolousek, the . County, WA. Said develop- notify ment is proposed to be with- Environmental Officer, 9611 in Lake Washington and/or SE 36th ,Street, Mercer its associated wetlands. Island, WA 98040, in writing of his interest within thirty days of the final date of pub- lication of this notice which is April 20, 1994. Written iPAPE—R%TRE 217 Bellevue S - uere - U per Level o 451-8035 Order; personalized , floral v stationary \ today! comments must be received by May 20, 1994. Furthermore, NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the Mercer Island Development Services Group has deter~ mined that the proposal described above is not likely It’s ’Circus’- tlme again There’ll be games, pony rides, karaoke and magic and clown shows at this year’s annual Circus McGurkus, set for 10 a.m. to 4 pm. Saturday, April 30, at Mer— cer Island High School. Children ages 2 to 8 years will be enter— tained at this annual event, along with their parents. The Dr. Seuss-inspired carni- val, sponsored by the Mercer Is- land Preschool Association, will feature Allan Hirsch, who was the 1993 Parents Choice Gold Award Winner for his children’s music recording of “Alleyoop, Songs for My Little Friends.” Hirsch will give two performances. A variety of food will be avail— able for lunch, as well as freshly- baked goods and other refresh- ments. Prizes will be given to each child at every game. Script is 25 cents, with no charge for ad- mission. Circus McGurkus is one of two annual fundraisers for MIPA, a non-profit organization. All the proceeds from this event are re- turned to the community through MIPA’s Grant, Financial Aid and Philanthropy programs to benefit pre-school age children in the en- tire King County area. Reporter will list activities The days are growing longer, the skies are getting brighter - and the kids are already won— dering how they’ll spend the summer months. Do you run a summer camp, offer classes or special summer activities for children? Now’s the time to let the Reporter know — and we’ll include your program in our upcoming “round-up” of summer activi- ties. Send the information (as soon as possible) to the Mercer Island Reporter, PO. Box 38, Mercer Island, Wa. 98040. Garden and Plant sale Set The King County Master Gar- dener Foundation annual Garden Fair and Plant Sale will be held from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. Saturday, April 23 and fro 10 a.m. to 3 pm. Sunday, April 24 at the Center for Urban Horticulture in Seattle. Open to the public, this is the larg- est plant sale of the year. . Plants for sale include herbs, shrubs, and a wide variety of rare plants. Save up GRANI I E PAVERS LAN I ERNS AND WATER BASINS 0 INTERLOCKING PAVERS' & SLABS RETAINIIN 'G WALL SYSTEMS .0 PONDS AND WATER PUMPS FOR ANY APPLICATION 0 PROFESSIONAL QUALITY TOOLS AND EQUIPMENT to have a significant adverse impact on the environment. An environmental impact statement (EIS) will not be required under RCW 43.210.030(2) (c). This deci- sion was made after a review of a completed envi- 9611 Mon. Fri. 10-6230 Sat: 10—5 - Sun: 11- 10525 NE 6th 0 Bellevue on 105th NE between NE 4th and NE 8th LANDSCAPE « SUPPLY o I 12500 -_ 132nd Ave. NE. ' - HUGE SELECTION OF AND COBBLESTONES; ; 0 BENCHES, PLANTERS, STEPSTONES &; MORE Hours; Mon-Fri. 7:30 -5, Sat. 8:00-3 ronmental checklist and oth-. er information on file with the department. This infor- mation is available to the public on request. Any person, affected tribe ,or agency may submit com- ments to Anna Kolousek, S.E. 36th Street, BIIITIIIIIIE & SIIIIE SALE! Women’s 0 Men’s - Children’s .zo NAME mm oz. HIIST llllAllTY oz. oz. rntmnr mus-summons .zo to 75% off department store prices! Name brands such as: Perry Ellis - Liz Claiborne - Eagle's Eye - Nine West {Stride Rite - BUM - Sylvia Wher Calvin Klein Her Majesty - Nautica -A/fred Sung Kid’s University FRAGRANCES, COSMETICS AND MORE! HURRY! Must Vacate 800nm .,,Kirk1an,d, WA__ 98034 Hr 8-9325: Mercer Island, WA 98040- 3732. No final action on the proposal will be taken for fif- teen (15) days from the date of publication of this Notice. #M1908 PUBLISHED IN THE MERCER ISLAND REPORTER: April 13 and 20, 1994 SPRINGS THE SEASON TO HAVE A ’ ' GARAGE SALE V lt's spring cleaning time again! Clean out those closets, attics, and basements then plan a garage sale to turn those no-longer needed items into much needed cash. Remember to price the items to sell fast and Call the Classified Marketplace to be sure all the buyers'will be there! You should publish your ad for several days prior to the sale and during the sale for the best results. Island Call this week for special garage sale rates and deadlines! REPORTER Clair/11‘ ladder/jag: \ 455-2525