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20 Wednesday, July 30, 1997 West Seattle Herald/White Center News CONTINUED FROM PAGE 13 and seaweed in West Seattle. BeachANNOUNCEMENTS assessors will dig, identify marine Looking for leaders birds, animals and seaweed; measure Canoe racing Girl Scout Service Unit 550 is and replant clams, and survey. More The Seattle Outrigger Canoe Club looking for men and women to help information: Bob Brenner, 296-8060. will stage the 16-mile "Seattle Grind" with Girl Scouts in West Seattle. Volunteer opportunities are available outrigger canoe races, beginning at9 working with girls as well as other Parent advisers a.m. on Aug. 3. The start and finish adults implementing Girl Scout pro- Parents who want to help others will be off Alki Beach. grams. If interested, please call adjust to the early months of parent- Totem Girl Scout Council at 433- hood are wanted by the Program for Culture in Motion 8833 and ask for Veronica Watson. Early Parent Support ~PEPS) to lead Culture in Motion is a community Musicians needed parent-discussion grouibs. Training is festival of food, dance, music, an and Volunteer musicians, singers and provided. The next training sessions story to celebrate the many cultures small musical groups desired to give are 8:30 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. Aug. 9 and of West Seattle neighbors. From 11 free, informal concerts for apprecia- 16. More information: 547-8570. a.m. to 4 p.m. Aug. 9 at the White tive nursing home and senior apart- Visiting Nurse Services Center Community Center, comer of ment residents on a monthly or quar- Lend a hand to help a homebound 15th Ave. S.W. and S.W. 102nd St. terly basis on weekdays, afternoons, neighbor. Visiting Nurse Services All ages welcome. Sponsored by evenings or Sunday afternoons. More seeks volunteers for minor household Southwest Youth and Family Ser- info: Nola Kundu at 938-8737. repair and handiwork (installing rail- vices' Americorps Team. More info: Mothers Against Violence ings, grab bars and ramps). More Andrea Nash at 764-1933. Mothers Against Violence in information: Maria Andrews, 548- America needs adult volunteers to 2402. All-night star party serve as community advisors for its Join naturalists from Camp Long elementary school Students Against Call to artists and Discovery Park, along with Violence Everywhere (SAVE) chap- The Friends of the Junction Neigh- members of the Seattle Astronomical ters. More info: 323-2303. borhood Association is compiling a Society, Aug. 8-9 at Camp Long to Camp Long needs your help directory of "Options to the Graffiti explore the night sky using games, The Seattle Department of Parks Problem." One option is to use deco- stories and telescopes. Spend the and Recreation needs adults to assist rative painting techniques to enhance night in a rustic cabin. It starts at 7 with its special summer programs, building surfaces and thereby dis- p.m. Aug. 8. More info: 684-7434. day camps and overnight camps at courage vandalism. Kathy's Studio Bicycle Safety Rodeo Camp Long. More information: 684- of Dance, 4210 S.W. Edmunds St., is The Park Lake Community Coun- 4950. one possible demonstration site. Beach assessors needed Artists interested in proposing a Volunteers needed through August design may contact Inga at 935-7443 to assess the health of marine animals or Sandie at 935-0648. cil and the Park Lake/White Center Boys & Girls Club are sponsoring a bicycle safety rodeo from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. Aug. 16. It's for ages 6-14 at the club, located at 9800 Eighth Ave. S.W. This event is designed to offer youth training in basic bicycle safety skills in a fun and relaxed manner. Other participating agencies include S, King County Police and the King County Fire Department. Svea Male Chorus The Svea Male Chorus is sponsor- ing auditions in August for all parts. All singers welcome. More informa- tion: Paul Saftstrom, 284-3129. a.fft REUNIONS Evergreen Class of 1972 Evergreen High School Class of 1972 will have its 25-year reunion Saturday, Aug. 2 at Glen Acres Golf and Country Club, 1000 S. 112th St., from 7 p.m. to 12:30 a.m. More info: 941-1926. Evergreen Class of 1977 Evergreen Class of 1977 graduates are being sought for the 20-year reunion on Aug. 16 at the West Seat- tle Golf Course. More information: 762-0350. S. SOFTWARE for everybody. SYSTeMs IBIOLAGE" ROOFING AND CONSTRUCTION 5605 Delridge Way SW "Make an reformed decision,on your roofing alternatives. * We Replace Windows * Financing available Metal Composite Shake Tile Northwest Lcndi~ Associates The Nine Most Deadly Mistakes You Can Make When Sellin Your Home Now You Can Avoid The With this report you can take Costly Mistakes Many steps now and be assured of a Home Seller's Make hassle free experience when Seattle - A free report, The you sell your home. 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