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to First Mutual Bank Issaquah Branch for spon- Populations Social Club Program. BALL T-BALL BOYS & GIRLS cd 3721 Lnd Thursdays, June 30 - July 23 9:45 a.m. 1-5 Valley Park Issaquah Park Department Staff $26 (Include cap and T-shirt) 12 / Max: 50 II is a game where a 10-inch bali is hit off a tee. The pro- I emphasises learning the fundamentals and team work. system will be used for those players capable. coaches are needed and should call 837-3308. In Ball, children with disabilities play right alongside chil- ~ithout disabilities. A child in a wheelchair may need a I the bases, or a child with developmental delays Reed assistance with batting or throwing. Bring your own Carol Decker at 837-3310 to request a buddy. BALL T-BALL CAMP FOR ;ARTENERS cd 3719 Tuesday,June 30 - August 18 #: 3720 Thursday,July 2 - August 20 11:15 a.m. 5"6 $26 (Includes cap) Park Issaquah Parks Department Staff 12 / Max: 50 the basics in this low-keyed program while having loads Participants must be enrolled in kindergarten for the 1999 school year. Volunteer coaches are needed. 837-3308. Players with disabilities are welcome. lyour own buddy or call Carol Decker at 837-3310 to re- SOCIAL CLUB FOR YOUNG ADULTS Course #: 3772 cd Saturday,June 27, July 18, August 1, 15 1:00 - 4:00 p.m. (Time depends on activity.) Meet in the Lobby at the Issaquah Community Center Instructor: Alisa MacCormac Age: 16 and up Fee: $25 / Min: 8 / Max: 14 Each session will be a different social experience, such as din- / ing out, attending a movie or play, ball game, or whatever the group decides to do. Admissions are not included in fee. Par- ticipants need to have the skills to cooperate and participate in group situations or can be accompanied by an assistant. SUMMER RESIDENT CAMPS cd Session 1: Monday - Thursday, June 22 - 25 Session 2: Monday - Thursday, June 29 - July 2 Session 3: Monday - Thursday, July 6 - 9 Session 4: Monday - Thursday, July 13 - 16 Session 5: Monday - Thursday, August 10 - 13 Age: 16 and up Fee: $165 1 session plus Administrative Fee King County Parks is offering five resident camps at Gold Creek Camp in Woodinville. Please call King County Parks at 206- 296-2964 to register or for more information. m FAREWELL TO SUMMER OVERNIGHTER cd Saturday and Sunday, September 5 - 6 5:00 p.m. Saturday - 10:00 a.m. Sunday Fee: $43 (Include dinner and breakfast) Volleyball, water baloon fights, and a barbeque are part of the end of summer festivities. Movies will be shown and you'll roast marshmallows around a campfire. Please call King County Parks at 206-296-2964 to register or for more information. SPECIAL OLYMPICS SOFTBALL cd This program begin in June. Please call Leo Finnegan at 392-5682 for more information. NORTH ISSAQUAH LITTLE LEAGUE Now enrolling for the Challenger Division program for youth with developmental disabilities. For more information please call 425-313-7564. PIANO VIOLIN VIOLA Individual Instruction All Ages & Levels 391-1808 41