JUNE 9, 1997

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Calendar announcement deadline is 12 noon Thursday.

Meetings

   Woodinville Water District, June 17, 7pm, 17238 Wood-Duvall Rd.: 483-9104, ext. 305
   Friday Pinochle, June 13, 1pm, Woodinville Lions Club, 483-2693.
   Sammamish Valley Grange, June 18, 7:30pm, 140th NE at Hollywood: 483-2693.
   Friends of Cottage Lake, 7pm, Woodinville Library: 788-0733.
   FEMALE, June 18, 7:30-9:30pm, Northshore UCC: 844-9588 or 788-7434.
   Woodinville Fire District, 19900 144th NE, June 17, 6pm: 483-2131.
   Eastside Genealogical Society, June 12, Bellvue Library, "What else is in the Archives?" 7pm: 746-8412 or 888-3947.
   Woodinville Country Garden Club, members homes, 9:30am-noon, June 11: 485-3089 or 823-8416.
   Kiwanis Club of Woodinville, every Thurs., 11:30am-12:30pm, Woodinville Round Table: 483-6466.
   Woodinville City Council, Mondays, 7pm, Sorenson: 489-2700.

Volunteers Needed

   The Pirates of Treasure Island, looking for new members, group parades, help kids, visit nursing homes: 367-5205.
   Eastside Mental Health needs volunteers for desk reception, counseling, co-group leader, aid for preschool, snack bar operations, accounting assistant, medical records assistant: 889-7136.
   American Cultural Exchange, students from around the world to study English, need help finding homes: 217-9466, ext. 223.
   Yardworks '97, bring a beautiful yard to a disabled person, through Aug.: 324-5247.
   Equifriends needs volunteers, orientation June 18, 6-9pm, June 21, 1-4pm: 337-1137.
   The American Cancer Society is seeking volunteers to assist in answering the statewide cancer help and information line: 283-1152, ext. 3306.
   Senior Services' Volunteer Transportation Program needs volunteer drivers: 448-5740 or 448-5025.
   Catholic Community Services needs volunteers to help shelter homeless people: 562-6858.
   Volunteers needed to deliver meals and groceries to people with AIDS, giving rides, in-home helpers, Chicken Soup Bridgade: 726-SOUP.
   Treehouse needs volunteers for help with running programs for children in need: 767-7000.
   Multiple Sclerosis Association needs people to assist w/services, 2 hrs. per week:461-6914.

Reunions

   Bothell High Class of 1942, Aug. 1, 486-2534; Class of 1947, Aug. 8, 483-2329; Classes of 1966 &1967, Aug. 15, 483-9060 or 481-1226; Class of 1972, Aug. 22, 486-7583, Class of 1977, Aug. 2, 206-937-2227 or 483-2360; Class of 1987, Oct. 25, 1-888-476-9609.
   Edmonds High Class of 1957, 40th Reunion, August 9-10: 776-8218.
   Class of '57 Remembered, Lincoln High School, dinner & dance, Aug. 8, picnic, Aug. 9: 546-3973, 252-5473, or 325-8554.

Youth

   Phone Friend, support for teens, 3-6pm, Monday-Friday: 1-800-543-8255 (1-800-KID-TALK).
   Alateen, support groups: 625-0000.
   Counseling groups for ages 6-16 who are or have experienced family divorce or separation, by Divorce Lifeline: 624-2959.
   Youth Suicide Prevention Line: 1-800-422-2552.

Parenting

   Children First: Parenting on the Eve of the 21st Century, June 2, 7:30pm, 5th Ave. Theatre in Seattle, dinner at 6pm, $60; w/o dinner, $15: 441-0191.
   AYUSA International, high school students from Russia to spend the 1997-98 school year: 1-800-713-1629.
   ISE Inc., high school students from 17 different countries need place to stay for 1997-98 school year: 1-800-233-4678.
   Redmond Parks and Recreation Department, Farrel-McWhirter Park, parent/child programs, pre-registration required: 556-2300.
   Academic Year in America, sponsor 15-18 yr. olds from Brazil, Germany, Spain, The Netherlands, etc.: 1-800-458-7100.
   Mommy and Me, for toddlers 24-36 mo. and parents, Mon. 9-11am: 827-6940.
   Childbirth Education Association of Seattle: 789-0883.

Women's Interests

   Women's University Re-Entry Program: 685-1090.
   Bellevue Community College, Courses: 641-2279.
   Prenatal Classes: 789-0883.
   Moms & Moppets, Tues., 9-11:30am: 488-2500.
   Al-Anon for Women, 12-1:30 pm: 640-1309.
   Lutheran Social Services: 672-6009.
   Drop-in Displaced Homemakers group, Tuesdays, 11:30-1 pm: 672-6309.

Men's Interests

   Men's Growth Support Group, Mondays, 7-9pm: 609-5161.

Church, Religious Events

   Bible Study, Tues., 9:30-11:30am; home study, Wed., 7:30-9pm: 316-8287.

Classes, Seminars, Workshops

   Seminar on remodeling/rehabilitation home loan programs, June 18; 6-7:30pm, June 25; 6-7:30pm, free: 525-2862.
   Attention Deficit Disorder in Children & Adults, June 26, 7-8:30pm, Fairfax Hospital, free: 821-2000, ext. 304.
   Sumi-e: Touch of Japanese Brush Painting, June 11, 5:30-7pm, $7, Hyogo Cultural Center: 728-0610.
   Snohomish County Legal Services, Tues., 6-10pm, Triton Union Rm. 120, Edmonds Community College: 1-888-201-1014.
   GED Classes, free, North Seattle Community College, Lake City Family Center, thru June 12: 527-7303.
   Sumi/Japanese ink painting, Weds., 9:30am-12pm, Arts Umbrella: 454-8355.
   Sno-Isle Family History Writing Class, Thursdays, 1-3pm, Martha Lake Community Club: 338-7782.
   Movement Awareness, Cancer Lifeline monthly workshop: 654-4141.

Business & Professional

   Bothell Chapter of LeTip Int'l, meets Thursdays, 7:16 to 8:31am: 486-4688.
   Business Network International, Totem Lake Chapter, Brown Bag Restaurant, every Wed. morning, 7-8:30am: 481-2980.
   Business Network Int'l Big Money Group meeting, Mondays, 12:30pm: 527-3213.
   Christian Businessmen's Committee, Fri., 6:30am: 481-5621 or 485-6211.
   Diamonds in the Rough Toastmasters Club, Thurs. 7-8pm: 486-8011.
   Forty Plus of Puget Sound, job search training and support, Tues., 7pm & Wed., 2pm, Bellevue: 450-0040.
   Information session at S.U.'s Albers School of Business & Economics, every Wed., 4:30-5:30pm: 296-6114.
   Kirkland Group of Leads Club, Wed., 7:15am: 918-2695.
   Leads Clubs: Kirkland (Co-Ed Division) Wed. at 7:15am: 861-7028; Monroe-Snohomish (Women's Division) Wed., 7:15am: 568-9808.
   LeTip International, Woodinville Chapter, every Fri., 7:16-8:31am, call for free breakfast card: 821-3650 or 885-1595.
   LeTip, Sno-King Chapter, Wed., 7:06am: 488-1492.
   Monroe-Snohomish Women's Leads Club, Wed., 7:15am: 568-1537.
   Northern Network, Fri., 7am: 486-2265.
   Professional Women's Networking Group, Tues., 11:15am-12:30pm: 487-3001.
   Wdvl. Co-Ed Leads Club: 775-8107.
   Enterprise Awards seeks entries from the Northwest's best-managed companies: 386-8691.

Cooking & Crafts

   Ongoing Knitting and Spinning classes, 7pm: 206-806-8129.

Gardening

   Master Gardener Clinics, Woodland Park Zoo, Sat. through Aug. 30; 10am-6pm, Thurs. through Aug. 28; 11am-3pm, Family Farm exhibit, free w/zoo admission: 684-4800.
   Eastside Rose Society, June 9, Kirkland Library, 7-8:30pm: 228-3642.
   Gardens Galore!, Redmond Parks & Recreation Department, classes offered, for info: 556-2300.
   Country Garden Club of Woodinville, 2nd Wed. of month, 9:30am-noon, members' homes: 485-3089 or 823-8416.
   Herbfarm classes: 784-2222.
   WSU master gardeners at the Arboretum's Graham Visitors' Ctr., Sundays, noon-4pm: 325-4510.
   Sundays at One, Washington Park Arboretum. Free tours: 543-6450.

Sports, Recreation, Outdoors

   14th Annual Dad & Me Fun Run & Festival, June 14, Marymoor Park, $14 adults, $9 in advance entry fees: 506-7559.
   City of Shoreline Sponsors Drop-in Basketball for Women, Fridays, 7-9pm $2, Meridian Park School Gym: 546-5041.
   International Snow Leopard Trust: 632-2421.

Summer Camps

   Wonder School of Arts, students for music, drawing, creative writing, performing arts, July 7: 781-2170.
   Boys & Girls Club, June 23-Aug. 11, one-week camps, different subject each week, $90 per week, Moorlands Elementary, ages 6-11, 9am-4pm: 827-0132.
   Summer Computer Camp, July 7-11, July 21-25, July 28-Aug. 1, Aug. 4-8, and Aug. 11-15, all 9am-3pm, University of Washington Campus, $325 for one week: 633-7800.
   Natural Resources Youth Camp, June 22-28, ages 13-16, $300: 425-335-5634.
   Shirley Huyett Girls' Basketball Camp, grades 7-12, July 7-11, 9am-3pm, Jewish Community Center on Mercer Island, $105 plus $35 youth fee: 206-232-7115.
   Bellevue Community College, Summer Baseball Camps, ages 8-12, mid-July: 425-641-2356.
   Shoreline Community College, Volleyball Camp, July 14-18 & 21-25, 9am-3pm, $125: 546-4746.
   Village Theatre's KIDSTAGE, July 28-Aug. 15, day camp, $125, $225: 392-1942, ext. 130.
   Girl Scouts, for GS and non-Girl Scouts, ages 7-17, June 26-Aug. 23, 3-day sessions or 4-wk. sessions, Camp River Ranch, Carnation: 1-800-767-6845.
   Columbia Gorge School of Theatre, ages 13-18, July 6, six weeks, Blue Moon Ranch: 1-800-405-3450.
   George Karl Basketball Camp, July 28-Aug. 1, boys and girls ages 7-17, $185: 1-800-678-0935.

Special Events

   Pacific Northwest Sports Card & Memorabilia Convention, June 13-15, Tacoma Dome, $5: 572-DOME.
   New Age Singles Fair, Bellevue Inn, June 13, 6pm-1am, $20: 243-8536.
   University District Farmers Market, through November 1, 9am-2pm every Sat.: 633-1024.
   As the Century Turns: The Klondike Gold Rush, through Nov. 2, Museum of History and Industry, 10am-5pm: 324-1126.
   House of Science, thru Oct. 21, Pacific Science Center: 443-2001.
   Call 443-2850 for Laser Shows at the Pacific Science Center, New Laser Wizard of Oz & Laser Beatles.
   Call 443-IMAX for IMAX Shows at the Pacific Science Center.
   Pooches in the Park, Sundays, noon-1pm, Seattle area parks: 787-2500, ext. 804.
   Cougar Mtn. Zoological Park, Wed.-Sun., 10am-5pm: 391-5508.

Arts & Exhibits

   Railroads, through July 6, Frye Art Museum, free: 622-9250.
   Seattle Arts Commission, seeking artists for 4 new public projects: 684-7171.
   Aquafest Association of Lake Stevens, accepting applications, Arts & Crafts Fair: 334-0433.

Entertainment, Auditions

   West Side Story, June 21-22, by the Washington Academy of Performing Arts, Eastlake High School, 2pm & 7pm, $10: 883-2214.
   Village Theatre, auditions for 1997-98 Mainstage season, thru June 14, appts. taken: 392-1942.
   Murder at Cafe Noir, Fridays and Saturdays, 8pm, Cascade Room, Seattle Bon Marche, $37: 206-324-8895.
   Sweet Adelines "Seattle Shores" chapter, 7pm, Tues. evenings, Prince of Peace Lutheran Church: 821-5257 or 481-5069.

Music, Dance

   Live Big Band Dances, Seattle Center House, Sat. nights, lessons 7-8pm, dance 8-11pm: 684-7200.
   Learn to square dance with Samena Squares, Juanita Community Club, 1st lesson w/lasagna dinner is free: 821-4466 or 885-2021.
   Tango lessons, every Friday, 9am-1pm, $5, Velocity Dance Studio: 525-5928, 632-6570.
   Tango lessons, every Sunday, 7:30-11pm, $5, Greenwood Masonic Hall: 784-3010.

Health

   Adult Diabetes Screening, 25 yrs. old, fast 12 hours prior to test: 768-5338 for dates and times.
   Volunteer for a study of Wisdom Teeth at UW School of Dentistry, ages 18-45, wisdom teeth removed with no cost: 543-9666.
   Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center, 100 men and 100 women, Enzyme Activation Trial, ages 20-40, $40 compensation: 667-4347.
   Oncology Nursing Society, toll-free hotline during Natl. Cancer Awareness Month, 1-888-4-ANEMIA.
   Cancer Lifeline, 24-hour hotline: 654-4141.
   Brain WWAAVE, women who have sustained brain injury or cargivers of someone with brain injury, 1st and 3rd Wed. of each month, Aldercrest Health and Rehabilitaion in Edmonds: 742-3918.
   60+ yrs., research study on depression in the elderly, Northwest Clinical Research Center: 820-3300.
   Men and women 60+, national study for antidepressant medication: 820-3300.
   Overlake Nutrition Hotline: 688-5422.
   Free women's health exams with mammogram and Pap tests, YWCA: 461-4868.
   Evergreen Health: Breastfeeding Basics, Quilts of Comfort, Infant and Child CPR classes: 899-3000.
   Kid Safety Plus and Infant and Child CPR classes, Evergreen Hosp.: 899-3000.
   Evergreen Hospital & Medical Ctr. and Community Health Care: 899-3000.
   Free food, in-home help, and rides to medical appts. for people with AIDS: 328-8979.
   Free women's health exams, mammogram, Pap tests, YWCA: 461-4868.
   When Hearing Aids Are Not Enough, free brochure: 800-458-4999.
   High cholesterol, ages 21-60, participate w/investigational cholesterol-lowering medication, Univ. of Wash.'s Northwest Lipid Research Clinic: 731-6788.
   UW AIDS Vaccine Evaluation Unit, investigating HIV vaccines, must be 18-60 yrs., HIV-negative, in area next 18 months: 667-2300.
   Study of Cardiology, Univ. of Wash., 19-75 yrs. old, anyone with heart problems: 543-7246.
   The UW is seeking volunteers for a study examining an experimental drug for treatment of post-herpetic neuralgia, volunteers need to be 50+ yrs., $180 reimbursement: Univ. of Wash., 548-4476.
   School of Nursing classes, summer: 543-8736.
   Registry of people with ichthyosis, Univ. of Wash., National Institutes of Health: 1-800-595-1265.
   University of Washington's Northwest Lipid Research Clinic, medical study for diabetics: 731-2823.
   Free exams for prostate cancer, UW Urology Clinic, 12:30-3:30 pm every Thurs.: 548-8705.
   Hearing disorders, UW Virginia Merrill Bloedel Hearing Research Center, Mar. 22, 9am-noon: 616-4105.
   Volunteers needed for research on memory loss, may receive up to $125, University of Washington: 206-582-8440 ext. 6930 or 206-764-2809.
   UW seeks anyone 50 to 79 to measure levels of fat, paid $25: 287-2777.
   UW seeking people ages 18-70 diagnosed w/diabetes in last year to participate in diabetes research: Sarah, 543-4543.
   UW seeks men and women aged 20-45 with severe gum disease: 685-8132.
   UW seeks women aged 20-50 feeling sad or fatigued, receive $25: 543-4090.
   UW Research Ctr. needs patients with Alzheimer's: 764-2069.
   MS information packet: 461-6914.
   Special Care: The Art of Caring for Individuals with Alzheimer's Disease: 338-3000.
   Edmond CC neighborhood clinic, Tuesdays from 6-10pm: 258-9283.
   Meditation and healing classes: 258-1449.
   Volunteers needed, women between 60 and 85 yrs. on estrogen replacement therapy, paid $100: 543-2845.
   Multiple Sclerosis Assn.: 461-6914.
   TOPS (Take Off Pounds Sensibly), Thurs. mornings (483-2454); Tues. evenings (483-4548 or 487-8123).
   Confidential consultations, Tuesdays, 8-11am, Women's Center: 672-6309.
   Hydrotherapy class, Thursdays, 10:30-11:30 am: 461-6914.
   Eastside AIDS support group Tues., 3-4:30 pm: Ann Hay, 454-8055, Karen Kent, 827-9100.
   Cancer Patients support group, Tues., 3-4:30 pm: 462-5261.
   Post-menopausal women needed for calcium study: 685-1855.
   Female volunteers needed for bone density study: 685-1855.

Support Groups

   Caregivers' Support Group, 1st Mon. of each month, Mt. Adams Rm., Providence General Medical Center, 6:30-8pm: 261-4808.
   24-hour Crisis Line: "My Sister's Home," confidential shelter, community advocacy, supportive counseling groups for women and children, community education: 746-1940.
   Overeaters Anonymous, Bastyr University, Conference Room 206, 8am-9am, Sundays, Park at the flag pole: 488-8547 or 489-6773.
   Multiple Sclerosis Association, needs people to assist w/services, 2 hrs. per week: 461-6914.
   Eating Disorders Northwest, Mondays, 7-8:30pm, University Presbyterian Church, University District: 206-685-5334.
   The Association for Children for Enforcement of Support (ACES), Wednesdays, Luther Memorial Church, 7-9pm: 1-800-537-7072 or 206-747-5990, ext. 3016.
   DivorceCare, Saturdays, 7-8:30pm: 486-7777.
   Overeaters Anonymous, Sat. in Wdvl.--John, 821-3638; Sun. in Bothell/Kirkland--Julie, 488-8547; Mon. in Bothell--Betsy, 483-5045; Info Line: 718-HALT.
   Chronic Pain Anonymous Support, Thurs., 7-9pm: 235-1877.
   Overeaters Anonymous: Bothell Adult Day Center, Mondays, 7-8:30pm; Saturdays, 8:30-10am: 488-8547.
   Overlake Hospital Support Groups: 688-5000.
   Solo Parent Peer Support, every other Thurs., 6:30-8:30pm: 364-7930.
   Ongoing support group, Tues., Pathways for Women: 774-9843.
   Teen Women Survivors support group. For teenage victims of sexual abuse: 485-6541.
   Hot Flashes, Mondays, 7-8:30 pm. Menopause support group: 632-4747.
   Nearest Al-Anon meetings: 625-0000.
   Widowed Information & Consultation Services, drop-in, Mon. from 7:30pm, Family Services office: 246-6142.
   Support for women who have been emotionally or physically abused by their partners, Tues., 6:30-8:30pm: 640-1039.
   Singles Support Group: 788-3569.
   Diabetic Support Group, Shoreline Senior Center: 727-6213.
   Edmonds CC Support Groups: 640-1309.
   Coda meetings, Monday nights 7:30-9pm: 486-5883.
   Adult Children from Dysfunctional Families: 324-7723.
   Adult Children of Sexual Trauma Anonymous: 823-2777.
   Adult Survivors of Sexual Abuse: 546-2411.
   Al-Anon: 625-0000.
   Alateen: 625-0000.
   Alcoholics Anonymous: 454-1505 or 587-2838.
   Alzheimer's Family: 821-9500.
   Caregivers: 488-4821; 821-9500.
   Caregivers: 827-9100.
   Chronic Lung Disease: 899-3000.
   Cocaine Anonymous: 722-6117.
   Coda-Codependency Anonymous: 487-2441.
   Evergreen Stroke Assoc.: 487-2441.
   Family Caregivers: 821-9500.
   Grief & Loss: 326-4265.
   Grief Recovery: 485-9710.
   Hearing Loss: 486-2564.
   HIV positive support group for women: 640-1309.
   Lesbians: 640-1309.
   Narcotics Anonymous: 329-1618.
   Older Adult Peer Support Group: 827-9100.
   Overeaters Anonymous: 788-5890.
   Partners of Incest Survivors: 821-4986.
   Renewal--Positive Attitudes, Evergreen Hospice, 899-2264.
   Self discovery through journal writing: 640-1309.
   Sharing and Caring: 486-4564.
   Vietnam Veterans: 392-0262.
   Vision Loss: 486-4564.
   Women of Domestic Violence: 885-1480.