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Wednesday, June 10, 1998 Mercer Island Reporter D1 Fireworks kick off a full lineup of inter-generational activities at Summer Celebration, Mercer Island's annual community festival. July 10-12. Friday festivities begin at the Park on the Lid at 6 pm. with children’s activities and Fireworks start the fun: Summer Celebration ’98 There will be a concert at 8 pm. by The Groove Directors. followed by fireworks at dusk. On Saturday and Sunday the action moves to the down— town for a traditional street fair. Kicking off the full slate of activities on Saturday is the “Dancing through the Decades" Parade with hun— dreds of participants. If you want to participate, call Linda at (206)232—4570 or Terry at (206)236—2494 for an appli— cation forrn. Other Summer Celebration activities include a Garden Show. a Garden Tour, a ten- nis tournament. a Classic Car Show. boat rides circumnav- igating the Island, a junior Art Show and Adult Juried Art Show, children's rides and activities. and more. Tickets for boat rides, the Fireworks Dinner Cruise, and the Private Garden Tour can be ordered over the phone by calling 236-3545 with Visa/Mastercard information or by going to the Community Center at Mercer View and purchasing them in person. For more information about Summer Celebration, call the Summer Celebration Hotline at (206)236-7285. a concert by Nancy Stewart. PUBLIC NOTICE PUBLIC NOTICE NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that a Draft Environmental Impact Statement (DEIS) that requires a 30-day comment period under the State Environmental Policy Act (SEPA) for the property described below has been filed with the City of Mercer Island. Applicant: Western Wireless/USWest Wireless Location of Property 8477 SE 68th Street Description of Request: Western Wireless/USWest Wireless proposes to build a 130 foot monopole wireless communications facility (“WCF”) at Puget Sound Energy Substation. ’ The proposed WCF requires under a number of City land use regulations including SEPA, var- iance, and design review. The applicant. Not what you expected... More than you dreamed of! Western Wireless/US West Wireless has requested a consolidated review. A chart of the consolidated process is attached. There will be a 30 day comment period begin- ning Wednesday, June 10, upon the publication of this notice in the Mercer Island Reporter. The comment period will end on July 10, 1998. Copies of the DEIS will be available for review at City Hall, 9611 SE. 36th Street: and at the Mercer Island Library, 4400 88th Ave SE. The Design Commission will review the DEIS during the comment period at the June 24, 1998 meeting. The meeting will be held at the 'ty Hall Council Chambers located at 9611 . . 36th Street, Mercer Island, WA 98040. Written comments and/or requests for addition- al information should be referred to: Ellen R. Miller-Wolfe Development Services Group DATE: June 4, 1998 City of Mercer Island 9611 SE 36th Street Mercer Island, WA 98040 (206) 236-5300 #807127 Published in the Mercer Island Reporter June 10, 1998. NOTICE OF HEARING DEBT SERVICE FUND 199788 BUDGET EXTENSION Mercer Island School District #400 King County, Washington NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the Board of Directors of Mercer Island School District #400, King County, Washington will vote on a resolu- tion to increase the Debt Service Fund budget of the School District. Notice is further given that Celebrate FATHER’S DAY M O N D the board of Directors will conduct a hearing at 7:30 pm. on Thursday, June 25, 1998 at the Crest Learning Center located at 4150 86th Avenue SE, Mercer Island, Washington for the purpose of voting on such a resolution to extend the budget. The revised budget is on file in the Superintendent’s Office, and a copy thereof will be available to any taxpayer making a request for the same. Any taxpayer or resident of the School District may appear at such hearing and be heard for or against any part of the Debt Service Fund revised budget. Dick Giger, Secretary Board of Directors Mercer Island School District #400 King County Washington #807101 Published in the Mercer Island Reporter June 10, 17 and 24, 1998 Celebrate Father' Benjamin Rowe and Tiffany Bangs Couple to wed on Fourth of July Tiffany A. Bangs. daughter of Anna Marie Bangs and the late Gerald Loren Bangs of Seattle and Benjamin D. Rowe. son of Robert and Ellen Rowe of Ithaca, New York have announced their engagement. Their wedding will take place in on July 4 at Cornell University. with Janet Shortall, of Cornell United Religious Work, performing the ceremony. The bride. a l99l Mercer Island High School graduate. received a bach— elor of arts degree from Cornell University, and a master of health ad- ministration, also from Cornell University. She works as a health care s Day by giving W' res Dad the perfect gift from Redmond Town Center. Shop Eddie Bauer. Fine Threads, Millstream, Fine Wines and Cigars, and a long list of well-known-national and unique Northwest stores (over 80 services and stores to choose from). You can also take him to dinner ' at one of our exciting restaurants and see a movie...the possibilities are endless. Discover them all at Redmond Town Center. And while you're there, don't forget to buy a gift for the graduate in your life. Redmond Town Center. Just off of SR 520 in downtown Redmond. services “EDMOND TOWN CENTER Just around the corner oft SR 520 at W. Lake Sammamlsh Blvd. on Leary Way.- For entertainment, shopping, dining, professional services, gathering-places, interactive sculptures, and over 40 acres of trees, streams, and trails, Redmond Town Center offers something for everyone. Shop nationally known stores and unique Northwest retailers. And while you're there, look' for our growing list of new stores and restaurants. Hour's: Mon-Sat: 10:003m-8100pm Sun: 11:00am~6:00pm 16495 NE 74th Street. Redmond, Washington 98052 Telephone (425) 867-0808 . consultant for Arthur Andersen in New York City. . The bridegroom received a bache— lor of science degree from Cornell University. He works as an invest: ment banking financial analyst for Salomon Smith Barney in New York City. , Heather Knoll of Mercer Island will be the matron of honor. and Peter Mortimer of Philadelphia will do the honors as best man. The newlyweds will travel to St. John. US. Virgin Islands for their hon- eyrnoon and will reside in Brooklyn. NY. Gallery features 3 Northwest artists 2 The Tolles Gallery on Mercer Island presents new works by four Northwest artists, through July 9. Marianne Harlor from Tacoma. has shown and sold her work all over the state and has been awarded prizes in many juried shows including Puget Sound Country and Northwest Watercolor Society, Waterworks. Marlene Marczewski from Renton is an award winner at arts events in the Puget Sound area. Her work has been well received and hangs in many public and private collections in the Puget Sound area as well as in the United States and Europe. . Gayle Shinstine from Gig Harbor has won numerous awards. including the “Senator Martin Butler Awar if from the Oil Painters of America. She is listed in “Who‘s Who in American Women.“ and has innumerable one: person and juried exhibitions. h Joan Treat from Maple Valley haii won awards from various national; international, and Northwest compeE titions and shows including Women Artists of the West. She is a signature member of W.A.O.W. 1; The Tolles Galle%ipen from 10 to 5 pm. Mond' — aturday and until 7 pm. Thursday evenings. i irt'rz' . I CC offers 6—week2‘i women’s workshopg on eating disordersii The ICC. Shawn Hooks and local health professionals. team-up begin- ning Tuesday, June 16 to offer “Women and Eating,” a six-week clinic do; signed to help women recovering front, or coping with, eating disorders. ~- ,5 Shawn Hooks, in conjunction with professionals from swedish Hespifaifs renowned Eating Disorder developed a new educational program that incorporates healing techniques to help women recovering from living with eating disorders. ‘Z 3: Each week, Hooks will lead a t;on hour group discussion that focuses on how reading and writing exercises and relaxation methods can aid indi: viduals of all ages with eating disot‘: ders such as bulimia and anorexia? Guest speakers and participath also will share experiences and offet insight on how to attain self—worth and beauty that transcends what is re: tlected in the mirror or displayed on the scale. 3 Classes are 6:30 pm. to 8:30 pm, Tuesdays. at the JCC. Cost is $150 and registrants need not be ICC mem; bers. 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