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1 12 Friday, January 28. 2011 West Seattle Herald CONTINUED FROM PAGE 2 West Side Mothers of Preschoolers west Side Presbyterian Church 3601 California Ave. S.W. 206-935-4477 Meets on 1 st & 3rd Friday, through May. 9-11:15 a.m. West Side MOPS is part of an international organization designed to nurture mothers with children from infancy to kindergarten. For information or to register: mops. Providence Elizabeth House 3201 S. W. Graham St. 206-938-3276 Volunteers for Playing Piano/ Entertainment Every second Thursday, 12:45- 1:45 p.m. We need someone to play pzano or entertain seniors for an hour or so during Birthday Cel- ebrations. GO Volunteers for Sign Language Communication with Deaf We are interested in someone who knows sign language to come in once or twice a month at their con- venience to speak with a senior deaf resident. This would be very beneficial for us to have an oppor- tunity to interact with them as well as provide practice to volunteer who studies or wants to practice using sign language. Plant Donations Furry Faces Foundation Is Accept- ing Plant Donations for Our 10th Annual Plant Sale. Proceeds sup- port: "It's Hip, To Be Snipped." and "Oliver's Fund." furryfaces@ or 932-1652. Take Off Pounds Sensibly (TOPS) Grace Church 10323 28th Ave. S.W. An encouraging weight loss ,sup- port group with weekly weigh-ins. For more information, at 206-200- 4211 or BNI West Seattle Champion Meeting The Kenney 7125 Fauntleroy Way S.W. Thursdays, 7:45-9:15 a.m. Learn how to grow your business with quality referrals. We are looking for photographers and a handy person to pass referrals to. $10 includes breakfast. At the Senior Center of West Seattle 4217 S.W. Oregon St. 206932-4044 Strawberry Belgian Waffles with Sausage Dinner 4th Mondays, Jan. 24 & Feb. 28, 5:30 p.m. $6 Members/S8 non-mem- bers. Must register in advance: 206- 932-4044. Music by 'Band Jam." Sylvia O'Stayformore & Tor Cabaret Musical Magic Frriday, Jan 28, 8-10 p.m. Cost: $10. Sylvia &Tor present a 2 hour musical journey and banter explor- ing rare Burt Bacharach. bawdy vaudeville standards, old girl group songs and original compositions. Beverages & Snack served. Reser- vations 206-932-4044 Mini Spa Day for Guys & Gals Tuesday, Feb. 1, 10-1 p.m. Sched- ule Appointments 1206-932-4044) or Drop In. Each service will be under $25. Foot Care. Haircut Trims for men & women by Joy, Mini Facial. Lip & Brow Wax, Hand/Foot Massage, Paraffin Hand Dip, Manicures. Chair Massage and more. Tax Time Again Thursdays & Fridays, Feb 3 - April 15, for appc 206-932-4044. Celebrate Chinese New Year- Year of the Rabbit Feb. 8, 11:45 a.m. - Chinese Lunch and 12:15 p.m. - Enter- tainment. Suggested donation: $3 for those 60 & over. $6 for those under 60. Reservations: 206-932- 4044. Sponsored by Home Instead Senior CareGiver Services. World Dance Party Wednesday, Feb. 16, 6-9 p.m. 6 p.m. - International potluck ($5 suggested donation or contribute a favorite dish. 6:45 p.m. - mini lessons in Folk Dances. Hula. Jew- ish Dances. Line dances. Salsa. Tap and more. Reservations: 206-932-4044. Community Acupuncture Thursdays from 1-4 p.m. with appointment. $15 to $35 per treat- ment with $2 discount for Senior Center members. All ages wel- come. treatments are in lounge-like chairs in a quiet, soothing space. Appointments with Linda Minato. 206-767-3298 or Nancy Ishii. Lac. 206-890-0758. New Social Media Classes Fridays, Feb 4 & 11. 9:30-11:30 a.m. Learn about My Space. You Tube. Facebook. and Twitter with John Goodwin. Cost per series: $15 members: $20 non-members. Register - 206-932-4044. Basic Computer Class with Vince Feriols Feb. 15, 17, 22 & 24. 9:30-11:30 a.m. Cost per series: $10 members: $15 non-members. Register: 206- 932-4044. Prepayment required. - See ON THE GO, page 15 Thanks To Joint Replacement Surgery At Highline, Janet & J Are Taking Every Day In Stride. "Life is Good." Janet and Jerry Peters shared more than their love for each other they both suffered from chronic ~a~ lr knee pain. When it kept them from spending time with their friends and family, they decided to do something about it. They turned to the orthopedic surgeons at Highline, where first Janet, then Jerry, had knee replacement surgery. "I'm so grateful for the wonderful care we received at Highline," says Janet. "They gave us our life back." Today Janet and Jerry have returned to the activities they love gardening, RVing and most important, enjoying time with their friends. "Every day is busy." she says. "Life is good." Highline's Su[gica Team Achieves HealthGrades Five-Star Rating for 2011 Highline Medical Center has received a five-star rating for Joint Replacement Surgery and Excellence in Orthopedics from HealthGrades. the nation's leading independent healthcare ratings organization. HealthGrades analyzed three years of ~ uality data from the nation's 5.000 hospitals,. then rated hospitals as one-star, three-star or five-star. On average, five-star rated hospitals had lower complication rates an(] higher quality. HEALTHGRADES" For more information about orthopedic surgery at Highline or a referral to one of our expert specialists, visit our website at i IGHLINE MEDICAL CENTER 16251 Sylvester Rd SW * Burien, WA 98166 (206) 244-9970 2011 HIGHLINE MEDICAL CENTI~R HCghhne's five-star rated team of orthopedic surgeons ncHudes, from lett to ngn> C, Keith Fuj~saKt. MD. Alan Barroniar MD. Roger Wong, DO and Wilham Clar~. MD