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Mercer Island Reporter Wednesday, October 19. I994 Calendar. . '3 - Continued from CS. ments of a healthy relationship, ‘* will run from 7:30-9 p.m. on Nov. 2 3. “The Candy Cane of Freedom and Responsibility” will focus on ’ teens' desire for freedom, bal- ’ anced with responsibility, from 7:30-9 p.m. on Nov. 10. Each class - is $10 and will be held at the Com— munity Center. Call 236-3525 to register. Boys 8: Girls Club Registration for fall programs is underway. _ Early Bird Club from 6:45—8:45 Mun. offers before-school child care“ in the fall. Call for informa- tion. Parks 8: Rec Ca11236-3545 for information on these and other Parks and Recre- ation Department programs. All-Island Garage Sale from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. on Saturday, Oct. 22. Clean out garage and make some fast cash, too. Call to re- serve a table (for $18), 236-3545. Little Dribblers Travel Team Tryouts will be from 5230-7 p.m. on Monday-Tuesday, Oct. 24-25. Little Chef’s Cooking for 3V2 to 5—year—olds to learn basic cooking skills and safety in the kitchen will run from 1:30-3 p.m. on Tues- days, to Oct. 25. Cost is $20. Meet the Masters for kids grades 1-12 will introduce a fa- mous artist each session and cre- ate artwork relating to the artist’s own choice of mediums, tech- niques and styles. Call for dates and times. Seniors Africa Trip Slide Show, 7-8:30 p.m. Oct. 19. Exotic animals and highlights of Kenya. Breast Health Update from 12:45-lz45 p.m. on Oct. 19. Pros- tate Update from 12:45-1145 p.m. on Oct. 26. Flu Shots will be available (lnuinnix * M1:1)I'I'IiltltrWIiAN1* 'I‘lust'l'I.AN'Ht: fElli‘aranteed Outside Sailing is a Passion. " STAR CLIPPER AND STAR ( DIAMOND “aw.” Two of the most remarkable and romantic vessels ever to sail the Caribbean and Mediterranean. Each combines the elegant grace of America’s historic tall ships designed to capture the essence of sailing in its purest form, on new “custom built" Clipper ships. Generously staffed to serve 170 free spirits on unforgettable voyages of personal discovery. ' All meals served at a leisurely single seating. 0 Full complimentary watersports program including snorkeling, windsurfing, water skiing, banana boating and zodiac excursions. BELLEVUE T R A V E L 454v2020 882—43 10 392r2763 ‘Cmise only, pptlo. SL‘lL'tl (larihlwcan dates. Not romlnnuhlc with any other promotion or discount. Certain conditions and restrictions apply. Excludes (Ln. I cs 2. Port charges additional. Ships' registry: Luxt-mlmnrg. SPECIAL 586Mmt Holiday 8 Pro-Holiday s Sailings 695 STAR CLIPPERS Sail As Only Star Clippers Can.® FLYER SCUBA at an additional cost.) REDMOND ISSAQUAH from 8 a.m. to 2 p.m. on Tuesday, Oct. 25. Call 236-3544 for an ap- pointment. Drop-In Volleyball, 10 a.m to 12 p.m., Boys and Girls Club. For anyone 55+ who wants recreation and exercise. Reflexology Foot Massage by appointment will be available from 9:30 a.m. to 2 p.m. on Tues- days. Center Stage opens its 1994-95 season Oct. 20 with the area pre- miere of James Sherman’s play, “Beau Jest.” It previews Oct. 19, opens Oct. 20 and runs through Nov. 13. Performances are Thurs- days at 7:30 p.m., Saturdays at FortSomHouston,o October 28, 29. 30 10 uni-9 pm, It) tun-6 pm(Sun) For more information call: 3242059 KIRO mt. ‘ 7W <W7~N7W 1994 V Title: . K I By entering, contestants agree to permit use of their recipes, EL PROFESSIONALS ———-——_-/_/ Wyn Holiday Recipe COntestl RenoAir” '- » Winninng WertOverm “Grand Prize is a sunbreak for two to California with two nights lodging, provided by Travel Professionals and Reno Air mange: Appetizers - Gifts From The Kitchen Soup or Salad° Desserts ' Main Dishes ' Coffee 0 Just Pasta, Please 0 lodging Criteria: eye appeal, taste, ease of preparation and seasonal appropriateness - Enter as many times as you wish 0 Each entry must be accompanied by an entry form (entry forms may be photocopies)° Three finalists will be chosen in each category 0 Finalists will bring their prepared recipe to a community taste panel on Wednesday, Nov. 2, where winners will be chosen 0 Recipes will be published in a cookbook supplement to the Mercer Island Reporter published November 16th. Deadline is 5PM, Friday October let. Send Entries to: The Mercer Island Reporter PO. Box 38, Mercer Island, 7845 SE. 30th Street, Mercer Island, WA 98040 RECIPE Category: M Daytime Phone: photographs and names for publicity purposes. All entries become the property of the Mercer Island Reporter. The contest is open to everyone except employees of the Mercer Island Reporter, Northwest Media, Inc. and their families. April 24-30, I995 PER PERSON — DLB. OCC. (Based on group of 25 or more) “it Deadline for reservation November 15lh C oll Lynn Mullins for more information 1-800-909-5966 Code 64 Join our gorp and see the site of THE ALAMO, The Lone Stcr Brewery. Tea Gaden, the Institute of Taxes Cullue and more! LU'lCh oboad river barges and plenty of free time. $997 8th Annual Junior League Of Seattle Holiday Gift Mart @ '3 PM Bank Serves: p.m. and Sundays at 2 and 7 p.m. Tickets range from $10 to $16. Center Stage is located at 3801 East Mercer Way. For tickets, call Center Stage Ticket Hotline, 706-4203. Retired Men’s Club will meet from 10 a.m. to noon Oct. 19 to learn more about “Electromag— netic Radiation and Your Health,” given by retired nuclear physicist, Jack Benveniste. Call Anita Reich for more information. Retired Women’s Club will meet from 10 a.m. to noon Oct. 19 for current book reviews. Fifty-five Plus adult group will meet for their monthly “Sunday Exchange” from 10 a.m. to 12 p.m. Oct. 23. The meeting fea- tures a book review and discus- sion on the book, Exit Into Histo- ry. Union Station 4th St Jackson $4 General Admission Regen MacKenzie Imnmuml (Use the other side if needed) The Golden Age Club presents, “Oh, My Aching Back!” at 12:30 p.m. Oct. 20 in cooperation with Overlake Hospital. Get tips on preventing back injuries and learn strength exercises. An artist’s reception and ex— hibit opening will be held for Kar- en J. Wesler, from 5:30-7:30 p.m. Oct. 20. Her exhibit is a combina- Euro-Ster MuIt-Home in the Woods 9475 SE 47th St. off E. Mercer Way splendor of Europe wrap immaculate multi-level REAL ESTATE Mercer Island 1' Covenant Church on Evangelical Protestant Church ; 78th SE. and SE. 32nd ........... ..232-1015 Sunday School Ior K-5 and Adult SundayrSchool or at 1 Sunday School ‘ Ior High School. Middle School and Adults Nursery Ior inlanls through kindergarlen at both services Church "I" Al Johnson. Ralph Fry. Carolyn Hanson. Dana Sylvester. Bruce Bruns. : temple B’nai Comh 6t95 92nd S.E., Mercer Island 232-7243 A Relorm Congregation Religious School Classes Pre-School-High School Sun. Tues, Wed. Thurs. James Louis Mirel. Rabbi David Serkin-Poole, Cantor Worship Fri. 0:00 pm; Sat. 10:30 am St. Monica’s Catholic Church 4315 88th S.E., M.l. ............... ..232-2900 Saturday evening 5:00 Sunday morning 8:00, 9:30 and 11:00 am Rev. John Bowman l The Congregational Church of Mercer Island (United Church of Christ) 4545 Island Great Way ......... .232-7800 BRUCE VAN BLAIR. minister MICHAEL BUSH, associate 10:30 a.m. Worship Service Nursery/daycare provided Youth Fellowship EMMANUEL EPISCOPAL CHURCH Dramatic private woodland setting plus all the charm and ed up in this 3 bedroom 3 bath ome. Enter across a bridged brooklet, low care rearyard system, Jenn-Aire, tile counters, private sun decks and high efficency gas furnace. A rare opportunity at $350,000. OPEN THIS SUNDAY 1-5PM For additional information and rivate showing contact Tom Osborne 232-975 or 232-2700. John T. Dunney Company 7801 SE. 27th Street Mercer Island, WA 98040 8 pm Wednesday 1 tion of prints and drawings and in- cludes the exteriors and interiors of houses and churches. Her work will be on display at the Center through Dec. 2. A reception and exhibit opening will be held for artist Judy R. Hokanson from 6-8 p.m. Oct. 22. Hokanson’s media is printmaking. Her work will be on display through Jan. 2. K 2232—2700 ercer Island Mercer Island Presbyterian Church Come as you are Contemporary Christian Music Join us for breakfast at 8:00 and infomal worship at 8:30 Christian Education for all ages All are welcome 3605 84th Avenue Southeast (’5 [lg K’s ‘ @ 232-5595 '1' Stephen Ministry i'hunll stall: Dale Scwnll, Ruth Ann Iliggrrs. lint Darts, Iulic (iuslaison, It‘ll Holland CHRISTIAN SCIENCE First Church of Christ, Scientist , , Island Cresl'Woy ol SE 47th IO am Service Sunday School Child Core Reading Room .. Mom-Fri. IO om-5 pm, Thurs. 7-9 pm 4400 8601 Ave. S.E ................. ..232-1572 50' 10 am] :30 pm . SUNDAY 8:00 a.m. and 10:00 a.m. Newcomers Welcome Mid-week Eucharist Wednesdays 9:30 a.m. The Rev. John P. Lambert. Interim Rector Rev. Carla Berkedal. Ass'l. Robert L. Poovey. Music Dlrector 8501 SE 40th 7829 SE 27th 232-5850 HOLY TRINITY LUTHER/LN CHURCH ‘ 232-3270 N urscry C nn'. Wheelchair Across Worship Schedule 8:00 a.m. - Worshi ‘ Eucharist in the Chapel ' 10:15 a.m. - Worship Service 9-10 a.m. Sunday School all .1ch Paul A. I’auskc, Pastor Woody Carlson, Pastor