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July 22, 1981     Mercer Island Reporter
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MERCER ISLAND REPORTER. Wednesday July 22, Page B4 youth :::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::: Youth from the Mercer Island accommodate 400 persons each dormitories along the way. All Baptist Church leave July 29 for a week. The conflict is resolved by a have earned the money needed for week in Glorieta, NM to partici- lottery system the trip pate in a special youth camp Brodishpraised the camp'spro-Those attending the camp in- called Centrifuge, gram. which includes a morning of dude: Lynn Brown. Gary Brown. The group is attending for the seminars. Olympic-type competl- Mike Rohlinger. Patty Braham. second year. thanks to luck of the tions in the afternoon, and eve- Lori Griffith. John Backard, Julie draw. said Sherry Brodish. youth nings of worship, singing and feb Strom, Erin Brodish. Eric Bro- director for the church She ex- lowship dish. Gall Allen. David Metz, Lynn plained that the Southern Baptist The group is traveling by busBrewer and Gall Gilbert. Attend- campground receives thousands and will be joined by others from ing as couselors are Walter Bro- of inquires for each of the eight Alaska and Kennewick They'll disband Joe Belcher, weeks of the camp but can only stay at youth hostels and college They'll return on Aug. 10. m about a JUST MUSING ALONG lletty Woolley accompanying perspiration He returns home in the late af- ternoon for another shower and change, We now have two soiled outfits and two soiled towels. He proceeds to suit up for the eve- ninxs activities and if social, we have at the end of the day, three outhts and three towels in need of launderine If the evemn~ has involved par- I'm begmnin,t to think it will never come but l keep hoping It doesn't seem tom much to ask ot life. that I have a summer with a minimum amount of Cheer CHEER zs the name of my laur dry detereent This summer, a> every summer since Ume ~mme- mortal, one ot our ehddren ha> moved home With his laundry. I like the chddren but I hate their laundry with a passion ThL~ summer has broueht us the athlete m the famdy. F~rst thin~ m the mornln~ he jogs six miles then returns home to shower and chanet-, leavm~ behind one soiled outfit and one soiled towel. The athlete nroceeds on his daily busi- ness, hwn involves sports and Send in list of volunteer needs to Reporter by July 24 There s still time to send in m- specmI edition of the Reporter on formation on Mercer Island orea- Aug 2~ It is being compiled in summer ticipation in the game of his choice we then have a fourth soiled outfit, which is brought home to me gift wrapped in yet another soggy towel Stock in CHEER must be rising as the summer progresses, while my morale steadily declines. Any day now I expect to go into mourn- mg for the demise of my washing machine, an ancient device held together by dint of strange bolts. odd screws, faith and a few Lu- theran prayers. The repairman tells me it's obsolete and new parts are not available. I have m- formed him that I understand this situation because I. too, am in that disheartening condition The washing machine was. in my mind. scheduled to last as long as I did. I planned on our growing old together, completing our cycle as we swished quietly into the sun- set, our load finally done. our spin ended But it's not going to happen that way. The washer, with its dady overload of terry cloth and sweat Gathered 'round an official Jamboree decal. Kurt Paulsen deft). Scott Elnes and Robbie Nudelman are ready to leave for the national event. Richard Hultquist who will join the three, is not pictured. (Photo by Virginia Smvth) Redeemer Lutheran Church ~.l r,Ollr! ~', nod, ~( I b.larct rc-t %,~. 232 1711 Hart', ." hoi-, lntcrm~ Pa,tor Mercer Island Presb ,tertan Church 3605 4th St 232-55, < ~:30 Sunday Ser",tce Riley E. Jensen, Pastor THE MERCER ISLAND UNITED METHOI)IS1- CHURCH r,~+ ,7:+h ,t, '4:,~ ~ / bl Ni)A~ q:3~) Chur~:h Scr~ ~' Prankl~nn ~ooldrtdgc. Pa~tor " HOLY TRINITY o .I LUTHERAN CHURCH WORSHIP CELEBRATION S unda y Morning ~,! (1:00 A, M Dr. E.H. Ktndschuh. Pastor Jim Krlmcr, Youth dtrl~tor IBOO~E 40th 23232?0 Men.or I,land Covenant Church "k'+ t.~ angc:l~+ al Prote,danl ( hur~ K -~m ~, I ar, J ~, f ~2n,t 232-1t+1~, ,t 31 ) x% or,tl ~p ~t:l'~, I~ c <1~ ~t, (;+lip ,k J('|' , B~b~c b, tud', ( n,p ~t q) p rl! W, und,t~ Mercer Island Baptist Church 5017t~)th Ave SE 23 2851 SUNDAY Sund~ ~:hool. 9 45 a m Morning V#or~h+p. I J a rn F ven,ng '~ofsh~p 7 p m % dnoxta, evenmll~rvlc~ 7 p m Pastor Roger Barnard HERZL-NER TAMID Conser attve Congrellauon 3700 E. Mercer Way 232-8555 Rabb~ Moshe Pomerantz Cantor Errol Heltman R~chatd M MIIk~r, E,dl,~noflal Dlrt~tot Jor, ph Frlnk l. Cantor Emeritus Services Friday Eve 8 p.m. Sabbath Mormn$ 9:30 a.m Sunday Mtnyan & Breakfast Forum 9:30 a.m Daily Minyan 7 a.m. thru Sept. 26th 10 AM TO 2 PM in the Main Place Alley 102rid S.E. t/z block so. of Main St. HANDCRAFTED ITEMS, ART, ETC. WASHINGTON GROWN PRODUCE i Home gardeners -- Welcome '. + Vendor sails available (15 PEn DAY)