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& WEDNESDAY, JUNE 3, 1998 ENGA GEMENTS Ellsworth-Busch Robert and Pamela Ellsworth of Fall City announce the engagement of their daughter, Amber Shanae of Issaquah, to Bradley James Busch, son of Gerald and Lynne Busch of Auburn. The bride-to-be is a 1995 gradu- ate of Eastlake High School. She has attended Bellevue Community College and Washington State University. The prospective groom is a 1993 graduate of Auburn High School. He received a bachelor’s degree in criminal justice from Washington State University in 1997. He is pursuing a law enforcement career. The couple met while students at WSU in Pullman. They plan an Aug. 29 wedding IN SERVICE Conner honored at state BPW convention The Washington Federation of Business and Professional Women (BPW) presented its Nike Award to Trish Conner, charter president of Issaquah BPW at the state conven— tion May 16 in Olympia. The annual Nike Award is given to one woman in the state for her exceptional participation in BPW. Conner, of Issaquah, has been presi- dent of the local organization for two years, since it became a chapter in November 1996. She also is chair of the district’s Young Careerist Committee. Nike is the Goddess of Victory and BPW’s symbol. Amber Ellsworth and Bradley Busch at the home of her parents in pan City, Longman receives college scholarship Matthew Longman of Issaquah has been awarded a Benjamin Rush Scholarship from Dickinson College in “"1 Barnes Carlisle, Penn. Navy Petty Officer 2nd Class Tim Barnes of Maple Valley is on a six— The academ- ic-based schol- arship is guar- anteed for four years of under- month deployment to the Arabian Gulf serving with Fleet Air Reconnaissance Squadron Five Detachment Five. Barnes’ aircraft carrier, the USS Independence, is based in Misawa, Japan. He is the son of James Barnes of Maple Valley, and a 1986 graduate of graduate Capital High School in Olympia. He joined the Navy in June 1986. study. Longman is . the son of Keith and Susan LONGMAN Army Pfc. Robert A. Stigers of Issaquah recently entered basic military Longman of training at Fort Jackson, Columbia, SC. - He is the son of Dale Stigers of Issaquah and a 1997 graduate of Issaquah High School. ' Issaquah. He is a senior at Overlake High School in Redmond. SUMMER on THE mm Fun Farm, Tours 4k RESERVATIONS REQUIRED. Walk-Ins Welcome Subject To Available Space. Call For Times & Dates. $5.00 per person. 1 1/2 hr. guided group tour includes: 0 Visit the 4-H Farm Animal Display & Play 1‘ , With The Babies. 1L . Children Ride A Pony. Eoo’ts Enjoy A Professional Marionette Show In The Farm Theatre. ‘ Everyone Takes An Authentic Miniature Steam Train Ride. a com“ - Play In The Hay Barn & Roll In The Hay! 0 l. 0 Take Pictures In The Farm Animal Cutouts. Qu‘ Ia‘m .. Free Souvenir Gift To Take Home. . - Lunch Available In Our Farm Restaurant. Picnic Area For Sack Lunches After Your Tour. Pony Day Camps Fridays 9:003m - 3:00pm. $60.00 per child. CLASS SIZE IS LIMITED SO HURRY! CALL TODAY FOR RESERVATIONS FOR "YOUR DAY"! This Is A Full Day's Experience For to IO Year Old Children Includes All Of The Regular Farm Tour PLUS... - Be A Real Hands On Farmer! Help Feed The Animals Their Breakfast. - Spend The Rest Of The Day With The 0 Have A Riding Lesson On Your Special PonY- (bring your bike helmet) Go Trail Riding. Ponies. Learn Safety. Handling, 0 Make A Pony Arts & Crafts Project To Take Home- Grooming, Saddling & Bridling. Lunch. Snacks & Other Refreshments Are lnClUded- Weekend Farm Fun 4; g; - 9‘ Q 0 Steam Train Rides Pony Trail Rides Puppet Shows 1:30 pm cf - 4-l-l Barnyard Animals ' Seasonal Festivals & MORE! _ 1:1. Birthday Party Plans Available Please Call For Additional lnlormalmn- mlinger Farms 1 Mile S. of Carnation On NE 32nd St. - Open 9-6 Tues. thru Sun. Closed Mondays , L EARTHSIDE 0F ISSAQUAH assisted living community Do You Need a Reprieve. . .? o Have you been feelln overwhelmed lately? Do you find that ou dont have enough hours in the ay? Remember caregivers need to care or themselves too! At I—learthside we understand the stress of carin for a loved one. We have a respite alternative that you may not have consi ered. Hearthside’s family atmosphere is an ideal setting for short stays. We provide a private furnished studio apartment, three delicious meals a day, and aSSlStance with medications, bathing, and dressing. Our re istered nurses re are a detai ed care plan w ic is implemented by our trained care managers. You will have peace of mind knowing that Cyour loved one is in a safe an loving environment. Call Emily for more in ormatzon at 25) 3923100. I I m . 780 N.\X/. Juniper Street Issaquah 425—392—8l00 WHO ’S Trish Conner College news Greg “Art” Atkins of Issaquah was among the 1998 spring gradu- ates at Georgetown University in Washington, DC. He received a master of arts degree in national security studies. Atkins is a 1989 graduate of Issaquah High School, and the son of Harris and Mary Atkins of Issaquah. Atkins is employed as a project manager at the US. Department of Energy in Washington, DC. D Carrie Eagle of Issaquah was among 508 spring graduates from Whitworth College in Spokane two weeks ago. She received a l bachelor of arts degree in elemen— A _7:‘ is. 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Earn rates that are among the highest in Washington State, month after month, yea after year, according to Market Trends Resear h, I Inc. Call a Cascade Bank branch near you. Cascade Everett/Eve reenVi’ay Bellevue 4 5-2300 tary education. [I Erika Boehm, daughter of the late Issaquah chocolatier Julius Boehm, graduated magna cum laude from The American University of Paris on May 28. She received a bachelor of arts degree in inter- national affairs. Boehm has lived in 11 countries and will begin working toward a master’s degree at the London School of Economics this fall. She is the granddaughter of Irene and John Peters of Issaquah. Cl TWO Issaquah students were among the 1998 spring graduates at Willamette University in Salem, Ore. Andrea Genereux received a bachelor of arts degree in history. She is the daughter of James Genereux and Kathleen Genereux. Jeremy Mosier received a BA in German and religious study. He is the son of Richard and Esther BOEHM ’Summer Spectacular’ at librarier The King County Library System is offering “Summer Reading , Spectacular,” a program designed to encourage reading and to entertam both kids and adults this summer. BIT. rdon Cl Mosier, and an Issaquah ngh ., School graduate. “filer 155an El Rebecca Gravrock of Issaq“ 0n Anker C was one of 57 seniors honoretl at 011 May 31, Olaf College in Northfield, Minn}; We. the res on May 9 as a member of Phl 3‘ funeral mas Kappa. ’ l10 am. on Phi Beta Kappa is the nation 5 ' ll’s Catholii oldest and most-respected scllOl” “all. honorary society. ‘5 Was born I D Adam Cohn of Issaquah. t °Wt0n,. Mass recently was elected to Psi Cll} a V‘I- Christens the University of Washington 1“ west in 191 Seattle. ’ Boston Uni Psi Chi is the honor socilegy 2°! [Wed (er 38 s cholo ma'ors. To qua i Y1 ,“ 3011 very Icleiits mugmaiiltain a miniInum 3' l 1960, he m cumulative grade point avel’age an alice. The c at least a 3.6 gpa in psychology Ill Issaqual classes. “leors incl Cohn is a junior and an 155%“ “"83 R6116 High School graduate. as Samson, J}? a Leigh Allen of Issaquah Wm » Jerry Chrlt named to the 1998 spring 561955. usband, Rol Dean’s List at Alfred Univefiliy and her I New York. . i ell, Erin ant Students must maintain 3 m1" . LaVerenz ar mum 3.3 gpa for consideration- Ii find, Paul Jo Allen is a senior English/thea d Christens major. a; and three The daughter of Mr. and M’s' e111ernbrance Jack Allen of Issaquah is a Lil" erlcan Ca High School graduate. rite Charity. angements '31 Home in en Gorr "C aquah resid , 62, died All 40 King County libraries are participating in this free event funnmfuneral $ch from June 13 through August 15. May at The libraries will host more than 1,000 live activities including we“? “ah Funeral color painting, tie-dye, hip-hop dance and classes on baby-sitting. eWas born c There will be weekly prize drawings in each library including a Chance abya Mont, to win a trip for two to any city Southwest Airlines serves. For more information, call (425) 462-9600 or check www.kclS.0lg' GRADUATION a. CLOTHING 425-392-3392 Gilman Village 0 Issaquah CUSTOM SLIPCOVERS WINDOW TREATMENTS SEWING FOR THE HOME BY EMKAY DESIGNS 425-885-5897 land educar ding the Un: taIla in Miss 5- If You Hate to "1957, he CH and served , v Wash Windows” . 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