MAY 26, 1997

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Lucy DeYoung

Lucy DeYoung.

   Woodinville's Lucy DeYoung was one of three new members elected to the Board of Directors of Frontier Financial Corporation and Frontier Bank.

   Nominations for the 1997 Nellie Casman Women Entrepreneur of the Year are being accepted by Women's Business Owners. Nominees must be a business owner who has been responsible for the performance of her company for at least three years. Call 624-4075.

   Jungyae Moosul has announced the grand opening of its newest location of Jungyae Moosul Academy in Woodinville Plaza Shopping Center. Martial arts classes will be offered for all ages, including specialized programs for seniors, women, and law enforcement officers. First class ceremonies will be conducted by Grand Master Won Kuk Kim, 10th degree black belt and founder of the World Jungyae Moosul Federation, on June 2 at 6:30 p.m. Classes are now forming. For more information, call 486-0900.

   Woodinville Pawn opened its doors May 19th. Woodinville now has a source for "Instant Cash." Store owner David Jaffe says, "If you need a loan in a hurry, come see me." Jaffe explained that the pawn shop business is just right for the Woodinville area: it offers low prices on merchandise and makes money available for those who need to borrow a few dollars on a short-term basis. Woodinville Pawn not only loans money on collateral, but also sells quality jewelry, firearms, tools, cameras, electronics, and music CD's and tapes. Store hours are convenient: open 9 a.m. to 7 p.m. Monday through Friday, Saturday hours are 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Phone: 806-PAWN (7296).

   Sir Plus, Inc. recently celebrated its grand opening in Woodinville at the intersection of 175th and 131st. Sir Plus has its roots in the traditional army/navy business and continues to recycle genuine military surplus from around the world to the outdoor enthusiasts. Sir Plus has always been an active member of their local community. Upon opening the new Woodinville store, Sir Plus joined the Woodinville Chamber of Commerce. Sir Plus is a family operated business run by Rande Jaffe, assisted by his two sisters, Jackie Pattillo and Barbie Rousso, all of whom currently live in Brier. Sir Plus also has a back entrance behind Texaco.