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November 6, 1996

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! 2 Wednesday, November 6, 1996 West Seattle Herald/White Center News AROUND THE NEIGHBORHOOD Hear ye, hear ye: The date of much anticipation is on the horizon. Saturday will see the community gather in celebration of the recently remodeled Alki Community Center. All are invited to the nxledicatkm cere- mony in the center lium ! p.nt to 5 p.m. at 3010 59th Ave. S.W., on fl~e northeast comer of AIki l me,t, y School. The Mariner Mo e will appear at 2 p.m. Come see the new kitchen, pro- gram rooms and offices. Live music, refreshments and hands-on demon- strations by local artists from the Alki Bathouse will highlight the day. Alki Trail upclale A meeting on the Alki Trail Project will be held from 7 p.m. to 9 p.m. Thursday at Alki Elementary, 3010 59th Ave. S.W. Public outcry over a proposed sea- wall railing and additional trees has postponed the project's initial start date of this fall. David Takami, spokesman for the Seattle Department of Parks and Recreation, says the project has been divided into phases in order to get started as soon as possible. There was no public outcry regard- ing improvements at AIM Beach and the promenade southwest of the breach. Thursday's meeting will cover the construction schedule for the first phase of work involving these areas. The project will go out to bid in Quality, licensed child care for ages 12 months to 8 years A GATEWOOD LEARNING CENTER 4316 S.W. Othello Seattle, WA 98136 * 93241648 ministry of Gatewood Baptist Church Daycare & Preschool November, with a preliminary start date of early 1997. New design drawings for the embattled north- east phase of the, project between AIM Beach and Duwamish Head will he complet- ed around the first of the year. Green Land," a play written by Alki teacher Colleen Dumas. It tells the story of the first encounter between the Duwamish Indians and the Denny Party through the eyes of children from both groups. At 7 p.m. Tuesday, the Federated Women's Club of West Seattle will present a special program commemo- rating the Denny Party landing, pre- sented by Mary Parlato Gunderson. It will be held in the home of lone Walton. For more information or directions, call 932-0367. Landing celebration Fish on! Permits have delayed the grand Come be a pan of old-time Seattle opening of the AIM Log Cabin history. It's Tengu Derby time at the Museum until November 1997. Seacrest Boathouse. However, in celebration of the The Tengu Club has hosted the 145th anniversary of the landing of Tengu Derby for decades from the the Denny Party, a special public cer- public pier at 1600 Harbor Ave. S.W. emony will be held from 1:30 p.m. to On opening.day of the derby, Oct. 27, 2 p.m. Tuesday, Nov. 12, at the muse- 48 fishermen bellied up to the rail and um, 3003 61st Ave. S.W. caught 18 salmon. James Rasmussen, a member of The Tengu Derby continues each the Duwamish Tribe, will perform a Sunday through the end of the year. blessing ceremony marking the offi- Arrive before sun up to buy your tick- cial opening of the museum, ets. Pools run from $6 to $12. Fishing Following the blessing, children continues until the traditional noodle from AIki Elementary will perform feed at noon. selected acts from "Welcome to the Prizes are awarded each Sunday, Please join us for "Op oM L" Saturday, November 9th 10a.m.-5:3Op.m. * door prizes * great ideas for the holidays * homemade cookies & wassail !"If you like Victorian, you'[[ fore our shop! in Jefferson Square 93= (next to Bartell's) 4720 42nd Avenue SW OPEN To THE PUBLIC FOR THE FIRST TIME Petter Petterssen & Castle's Catering Presents Traditional Roasted Turkey Dinner Sweet Potatoes, Mashed Potatoes, Fresh Vegetables, Stuffing, Gravy, Cranberry Sauce Baked Virginia Ham Candied Sweet Potatoes, Fresh Vegetables, Dark Madeira Raisin Sauce Roasted Prime .Rib of Beef Served au jus, with Horseradish, Fresh Vegetables, Potatoe~ Hazelnut Crusted Filet of Halibut with Dangeoness Crab Sauce, Fresh Vegetables, Potatoes Relish Tray Salad Bar Fresh baked Breads Dessert, Coffee and Tea OOOOOOOOOOOOOOQOOOOOOQOOIOOOOOO0 Adults - $17.50 Children (under 12)- $7.50 plus sales tax and gratuity Call 283-1078 for reservations Please state your menu selection The Swedish Club 1920 Dexter Ave. N. Seattle, WA with a grand prize at the post-derby but banquet for the biggest overall fish. don't Blackmouth salmon are beginning to would run, with fish ranging from six to 12 can pounds. Boathouse staff report that ably night-time squid fishing is also be.ating I up. Call 932-1050 for more information. Runaround ., When will Admiral Way return to "As normal? In pursuit of the answer to this a man question I call the city of Seattle's work Traffic Information Line, 684-ROAD. A tired male voice answers my call. "Traffic information." "Yes, I live in West Seattle and would like to know when work will be finished on the Fairmount Ravine Bridge on Admiral Way." rent "Can you hold for a minute?" "Sure." Frank- Obscure Baroque music plays on I call the line, seconds tick by. I "I'm transferring you to Carol in traffic engineering." a return! Carol answers her phone and I repeat my question. "I haven't worked on that project of their time Shop, used -'n' Shop :~ Seattle SeniOr" "tag at" Cent;r, Stop t~ ,_,,, worn clothes . heBO to Eve sttgBt J aBd sa~J Avenue NEVER FORGET Today, look around and see f S all |here is to be grateful f ) in America. And millions of unselfish who gave of for each Funeral Home Within Forest Lawn Cemetery 6701 30TH AVE. S.W. )050 Veterans of wartime December recetve a Lawn Cemetery. Utilizel