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West Seattle Herald Friday, October 21. 2011 17 CONTINUED FROM PAGE 3 Community Halloween Celebration at Roxbury Spine and Wellness Clinic 2656 S.W. Roxbury St. Monday, Oct. 31, 3:30-6:30 p.m. There will be trick or treating, a variety of other children's activi- ties. chair massages available for adults, a costume contest and light hor d'oeuvres. Spinal screenings throughout the afternoon. Initial consultations are free of charge and complete examinations, if applicable, will be administered at a special event rate. The event is free and open to the public, and will take place rain or shine. For more information, go to rox- buryhalloween.eventbrite.com or call 206-937-2000. Chief Sealth Class of 2001 10 Year Reunion Talarico's Pizzeria 4718 California Ave. S. W Saturday, Nov. 5, 7-10 p.m. Grad- uates, teachers and coaches are welcome. Contact Arlana Angel - arlanaangel@gmail.com No American Sewing Guild October Meeting The Kenney 7125 Fauntleroy Ave. S.W. Next meeting is Saturday, Novem- ber 12. Project will be flanged pil- lows. For more information, call Claudia at 206-93 7-5774. Vendors Needed for Highland Park Elementary 4th Holiday Bazaar 1012 S.W. Trenton St. December 10. 10-3 p.m. In addi- tion to the Bazaar. there is a bake sale, lunch for sale and a Huge raffle with donations from vendors and local businesses. Vendors e-mail highlandparkba- zaar@ hotmail.com  no calls to the school). Whitewater Swim Club Swim Team Try Outs Evergreen Community Aquatics Center 6065.W. l l 6th St. 206-296-4410 Any Weekday afternoon at 4:15 p.m. Try out for free with Coach C.G or Coach Joel. Whitewa- ter Aquatics offers professional instruction for swxmmers from beginner to national levels - and a fun. family oriented atmosphere, for more information, go to www. WhitewaterAquatics. corn Grief Share Grace Church 10323 28th Ave. S.W. 206-932-7459. Saturdays, 10-11:30 a.m. For those-who have lost a loved one. 13-week grief recovery support program. You are free to start at anytime. Call Barb 206-932-7459. Lecture Series for Families Admiral Congregational United Church of Christ 4320 S. W. Hill St (at California Ave. S. W. ) 206-932 -2928 www.admiralchurch.org This first Monday of the month 7 p.m. Cost is $5. Crone of Puget Sound West Seattle/South End Discussion Group First and third Tuesday of month. 1 p.m. This is a social group where women of a Certain Age can discuss issues related to aging with Power. Passiop and Pur- pose. Open to new members. Call Jo. 206-244-4289 for meeting time and place. Partnership for Youth Justice-Program King County Superior Court needs volunteers in West Seattle to serve on panels to determine conse- quences for minor juvenile offend- ers as an alternative to the formal juvenile justice system. Shirley Noble at 206-296-1133 or Shirle3:Noble @ kingcounry.gov AARP Defensive Driving Workshop Daystar Retirement Village 2615 S.W. Barton St. First Saturday of every month, ongoing, 9-5:30 p.m. $12 for mem- bers. $14 non-members. Call 206- 937-6122 for info or to RSVP At Senior Center of West Seattle 4217 SW Oregon St. 206-932-4044 Halloween Rainbow Bingo Friday, Oct. 28. Halloween Cos- tume theme. Advance reservations are encouraged., Call 206-932- 4044. Footcare & Manicures Mondays, ongoing. Cost: Footcare $20 member/S22 non-member: Manicures w/polish $20 mem- ber/S22 non-member and no/pol- ish $15 member or non-member. Cancellations must be made by 4 p.m. Friday prior to appointment to avoid being charged. Call 206-932- 4044 ext. 1 for appointment. Chair Massage by Ann Shafford Thursdays, 9:30-11:30 a, am. 15 rain. appointments - sign qp at the front desk. $5 member/7 non- member. [ Gentle Yoga Wednesdays, 9:15-10:0 a.m Drop-in. S5 mere/S7 nob-mere Chair and standing postures (no floor sitting). Improve bn ;athing, posture, flexibility, balm ce and peace of mind. Postures can be adapted to your abilities ,)r limi- tations. Wear loose, com:ortable clothing. Gentle Adaptive Yoga Fridays for 8 weeks starting Sept. 16 through Nov. 4, 1-2 p.m. $40 mem/$56 non-mere or $10 drop in. This gentle yoga class includes meditation, breath work, poses and guided imagery. Appropriate for anyone desiring a gentle meditative yoga practice, people with adaptive needs and at any level of fitness. Enhance Fitness Exercise Classes Monday, Wednesday & Friday, on-going, 8-9 a.m. & 9-10 a.m. {2 sessions). Free to Group Health members or S30 for 5 weeks. Innovative and fun strength-train- ing classes, using wrist & ankle weights, aerobics, balance and stretching. Aftemoon Exercise Class Mondays & Fridays, 3 p.m. (min- imum 6 participants needed). $35 in advance for 10 sessions or $5 per class. We start with standing movement to fun music, followed by basic balance work. then seated strength training using resistance bands (providedL We'll move. breathe, relax and enjoy ourselves. e. Volunteers Needed 4217 S.W. Oregon St. 206-932-4044 x8 The Senior Center needs volun- " teer instructors to teach the AARP Defensive Driving Classes. Training takes 2 days, istaught in Everett and/or Gig Harbor. Expenses are reimbursed by AARP. You will need to teach 3 or more classes a year. Call Marge Lutton 206-322-0490 (or more informatton. ALKI PROPERT MGMT, LLC Cayce & Gain Inc. Real Estate Management HOME5 5449 35th A,e SW 2Bfl/1BA $1250 714 S 138th PI 3Bfl/2BA $1395 3429 59th Ave SW 2Bfl/I.75BA $1795 6053 50th Ave SW 3BRII.5BA $2100 4140 52nd St SW 4Bfl/3BA $2595 APARTMENTS 1101716th Ave SW #12 2BR/IBA .,,$850 9816 20th Ave SW #102 2BR/IBA $895 2712 60th Ave SW #C 1BR/TBA $950 5900 SW Admiral Way #3C 2BR/IBA $995 14235 Ambaum Blvd SW #B 3Bfl/2BA $1225 CONDOS 2331 42nd Ave 5W #415 5tudio/lBA $850 6910 California Ave SW #47 2BI.58A $1595 3717 Beach DrSW #113 2Bfl/1BA $1795 1027 Harbor Ave #202 2BR/2BA $1895 DUPLEX 3114S 166th St 2BR/2BA $1195 Apartment Rentals (206) 932-3000 1 BD S870-1120 VIEW 2 BD $1080-1100VIEW WD/FRPLC/Parking CROSSWORD PUZZLE ACROSS DOWN 1. Crisp cookie 1. Float on the wind 6. Night sight 2. Confidante 10. Famous frontier 3. Twain hero gunfighter Wyatt 4. Overjoyed 14. "...an inch. and 5. Like kin they'll take " 6. Brain's protection 15. Cattle 7. Fork part 16. Autocrat of old 8. Black cuckoo 17. Student's concern 9. 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