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8 Wednesday, August 13, 1997 West Seattle Herald/White Center News Bruce Savadow/staff Some kids made mom and dad do all the work at the Huling Bros. YMCA Family Fun Walk & Run Saturday at Alki Beach. SCHOOL BRIEFS Lutheran has new principal Hope Lutheran School students will meet a new principal when the bell rings on Sept 3. Paul Brott is the new principal at the school, located at 4446 42nd Ave. S.W. He is replacing Irene Gehring, who served as interim principal for two years. Brott recently moved from Honolulu, where he served as principal of Our Redeemer Lutheran School for 10 years. I IIII II Do you know about us? Small classes! ;Great teachers! s still available for next fall! through 5th Grade Before & After School Care (7-9 am; 3-6 pm) Ask about our new Summer Program... e O -- 10015 - 28th Ave SW Vlember, Pacific Northwest Association of Independent Schools IPNAIS/ Full Kitchen Washer and in each-unit Dryer Boulevard A Seniors Community 2805 S. 125th Street Seattle (South 125th & Military Rd.) (206) 243-0300 Readers honored The Seattle Public Library will host a breakfast Aug. 29 at the Cen- tral Library for 24 of its "champion readers" -- students who have read at least 10 books during the sum- mer. Westside students Maria Abdul- lahi, representing High Point Library, Jasmine Whiting from Southwest Library, and Paige Smedsrud from the West Seattle Library have been invited to the breakfast tbr their outstanding read- ing this summer. Students named to Bon board Melissa Borrero of West Seattle High School and Nicole Riley of Chief Sealth High School, have been selected to be members of the 1997-98 Corporate High School Board lot The Bon Marche. The Corporate High School Board program offers high school students an opportunity to learn about and participate in various aspects of a large retail business. As part of the 41-member board, Borrero and Riley will attend monthly educational meetings and play a role in the company's special events department. They will also appear as models in a fashion show on Saturday, Aug. 23 at the down- town Seattle store. Vetter earns WSU scholarship Mindy ~tter, a 1994 Seattle Lutheran High School graduate, has received a $300 M.E. EnsmingertinctiOn Scholarship from Washington State the University. Vetter, a senior animal-science by major, is active in the WSU 3.5or Orchestra and hall government. Tierandsen tops at University Prep Karl Tjerandsen of West Seattle received the Phi Beta Kappa Award from University Prep at the school's June 12 Closing Ceremonies. The award is the school' s highest academ- ic honor. Karl Tjerandsen Tjerandsen also received the Faculty Recognition Award at the ceremony. He plans to attend Whitman Col- lege in the fall. hail The tral istration; MyerS, Nicole early hood Student gets promising start on pharmacy career Henry Chau, from White Center, local was awarded a $1,000 scholarship from the pharmacy department at ly Oregon State University. Award: Chau is a freshman in the univer- Sam; sity's four-year pharmacy program. Westside Whitman stu- dent recognized Alice de Anguera from West Seattle earned an Academic Dis- gix award on o 9 kes Same Quality Service Sa ae 7003 933-6623 California Hair design 3rd ANNUAL BACK TO SCHOOL * 100% of profits from shirt &button sales help from Morton's United Drugs. * If you don't need a shirt but still want to we're looking for are: Washable markers, Spiral Notebooks & Pens with and w/o Just drop off new school supply donations at