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February 21, 2014

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A Deeper Well, Christian Discussion Group

American Association of University Women

American Rhododendron Society, Cascade Chapter

  •  7 p.m. second Tuesday of the month
  •  Bellevue Presbyterian Church, 1717 Bellevue Way N.E.
  •  333-6178
  •  www.arscascade.org

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June Ann Hasabrooke shows off a holiday centerpiece she made at an             Issaquah Garden Club workshop.

June Ann Hasabrooke shows off a holiday centerpiece she made at an Issaquah Garden Club workshop.

Issaquah Garden Club

With Christmas come and gone, don’t you wish you could fast track to spring? The Issaquah Garden Club is a green thumb’s ticket to hitchhiking right into the season of showers and blossoms. Hosted at Tibbetts Creek Manor, the Issaquah Garden Club offers a different event every second Wednesday of the month.
The eager participation of varied businesses — from garden design service Le Jardinet in Seattle to CARE, to Heifer Project International and Plant a Row for the Hungry — is what makes the Issaquah Garden Club a gardener’s dirt-y little secret. This nonprofit, all-volunteer organization hosts flower shows, garage sales, educational workshops (about horticulture, conservation and landscaping), garden therapy (activities benefitting people with handicaps and/or people in institutions) and environmental awareness.
The annual $25 membership offers a monthly luncheon and membership with state and district garden clubs.

 

Beaver Lake Community Club

 

Cascade Republican Women’s Club

  •  11:30 a.m. third Wednesday of the month
  •  Sammamish Plateau Club, 25625 E. Plateau Drive
  •  861-7910
  •  dakotalarue@comcast.net
  •  www.wfrw.org

 

Daughters of the American Revolution, Cascade Chapter

  •  10:30 a.m. second Tuesday of the month
  •  Bellevue Red Lion Inn, 11211 Main St.
  •  223-5392
  •  lanabeth@lanabethhorgen.com
  •  http://on.fb.me/1dgKQ1j

 

Eager Eye Guide Pups

  •  6 p.m. twice a month, Sundays
  •  Issaquah Police Station Eagle Room, 130 E. Sunset Way
  •  206-409-1702
  •  sjbonsib@aol.com

 

Eastside Genealogical Society

 

Eastside Interfaith Social Concerns Council

  •  Noon second Tuesday of the month
  •  St. Margaret’s Episcopal Church,
  • 4228 Factoria Blvd. S.E.
  •  206-295-7803
  •  www.eiscc.net

 

Eastside New Neighbors

 

Elks Lodge No. 1843

 

Friends of the Issaquah Library

  •  7 p.m. second Wednesday of the month
  • Issaquah Library,
  • 10 W. Sunset Way
  • davewettstein@gmail.com
  • www.issyfriends.org

Friends of the Issaquah Salmon Hatchery

 

Friends of the Sammamish Library

 

  • Greater Issaquah Toastmasters
  • 6:45 p.m. Thursdays
  • Bellewood Retirement Community, 3710 Providence Point Drive S.E.
  • issaquahtm@gmail.com
  • www.issaquahtm.org

 

Barry Mandin, of West Seattle, an Issaquah Sportsmen’s Club member for 30 years and NRA Life Member in 2012, aims his 308 Winchester rifle.

Barry Mandin, of West Seattle, an Issaquah Sportsmen’s Club member for 30 years and NRA Life Member in 2012, aims his 308 Winchester rifle.

Issaquah Sportsmen’s Club

The Issaquah Sportsmen’s Club has been serving Issaquah sportsmen since 1920, with gun ranges, archery ranges, and hunter and bow-hunter education at its clubhouse.
The club gives awards at an annual banquet held by and for members ($80 per individual) rewarding largest elk, deer, salmon and steelhead. Awards for other legal big game, such as bears and cougars, are also sometimes given.
The Gun Range and Archery Range, off Front Street, offer public access with nonmember fees at $12/day per adult and $3/day under 18 with adult.
The club takes an active role in supporting wildlife conservation (recently setting its sights on restocking Lake Sammamish), a commitment the club has as far back as the 1930s.

  • 7 p.m., first Monday of the month
  •  23600 S.E. Evans St.
  •  Firing range hours are noon to
  •    6 p.m. Wednesday through Friday
  •    and on Sunday, and 10 a.m. to
  •    6 p.m. Saturday
  •  392-3311
  •  RSO@issaquahsportsmensclub.com

Hope on the Hill Guild

 

Issaquah Alps Trails Club

 

Issaquah Business Builders

  • 7:30 a.m. first and third Thursday of the month
  •  IHOP Restaurant, 1433 N.W. Sammamish Road
  • info@issaquahnetworking.com
  • www.issaquahnetworking.com

 

Issaquah Community Network

  • 5:30 p.m. first Monday of the month
  • Hailstone Feed Store, 232 Front St. N.
  • 206-898-5210
  • issaquahcommunitynetworkmindspring.com
  • www.issaquahcommunitynetwork.com

 

Issaquah Eagles Aerie and Auxiliary

  • 7:30 p.m. second and third Wednesday of the month
  • 175 Front St. N.
  • www.foe3054.org

 

Issaquah Emblem Club

 

Issaquah Ham Radio Support Group

  • 7 p.m. fourth Monday of the month
  • Issaquah Police Station,
  • 130 E. Sunset Way
  • Talk-in at 146.56 MHz at 7 p.m., meeting at 7:30 p.m.
  • www.w7bi.com

 

Issaquah History Museums

  • Become a docent at the Issaquah Depot or Gilman Town Hall
  • Gilman Town Hall,
  • 165 S.E. Andrews St.
  • 392-3500
  • info@issaquahhistory.org
  • www.issaquahhistory.org

 

Issaquah Moms Group

 

Issaquah Networkers

  •  7:30 a.m. first and third Wednesday of the month
  •  IHOP Restaurant, 1433 N.W. Sammamish Road
  • 427-0800
  • mallard@realtyexecutives.com
  •  www.issaquahnetworkers.com

 

Issaquah Quilters

  •  10 a.m. to noon second and fourth Friday of the month
  •  Issaquah Depot, 50 Rainier Blvd. N.
  •  info@issaquahquilters.com
  •  www.issaquahquilters.com

 

Issaquah Valley Grange

  •  7:30 p.m. second and fourth Monday
  •  Issaquah Myrtle Mason Lodge Hall, 57 W. Sunset Way
  •  392-3013

 

Issaquah Valley Senior Center

 

Issaquah Women’s Club

  •  9:30 a.m. first Thursday of the month
  •  Tibbetts Creek Manor, 750 17th Ave. N.W.
  •  391-5961 or 898-8030
  •  issaquahwomensclub@gmail.com
  •  www.issaquahwomensclub.org

 

JudaiKids Hebrew School

  •  3:30 p.m. every Wednesday
  •  Chabad of Central Cascades, 24121 S.E. Black Nugget Road
  •  427-1654
  •  www.chabadissaquah.com

 

Kiwanis Club of Issaquah

  •  Noon Wednesdays
  •  Gibson Hall,
  • 105 Newport Way S.W.
  •  392-4016
  •  info@issaquahkiwanis.org
  •  www.issaquahkiwanis.org

 

Kiwanis Club of Providence Point

  • Noon Fridays
  •  Collin Hall, 4135-A
  • Providence Point Drive S.E.
  •  Guests are welcome, lunch $5
  •  427-9060
  •  ferrinlauve@msn.com

 

Kiwanis Club of Sammamish

 

La Leche League

 

Myrtle Masonic Lodge No. 108

 

MOMS Club of the Sammamish Plateau

  •  Third Friday of the month
  •  Pine Lake Covenant Church,
  • 1715 228th Ave. S.E.
  •  membership@momsclubsammamish.org
  •  http://momsclubsammamish.org

 

Moms in Prayer International

 

Optimist Club of Issaquah

 

Parents, Families & Friends of Lesbians & Gays, Bellevue

 

Puget Sound Smocking Guild

  •  First Saturday, Septemberthrough June
  •  Mercer Island Community Center
  •  391-2581
  •  www.smocking.org

 

Susan Hass, of Sammamish (right), gets a close look at a so-called ‘Red Top’ agate from Red Top Mountain near Cle Elum, being shown off by Nancy Adelson, president of the Issaquah Valley Rock Club.

Susan Hass, of Sammamish (right), gets a close look at a so-called ‘Red Top’ agate from Red Top Mountain near Cle Elum, being shown off by Nancy Adelson, president of the Issaquah Valley Rock Club.

Issaquah Valley Rock Club

Are you interested in the study of earth science? Do you enjoy learning about minerals, semi-precious gemstones and rocks? If so, this is the perfect club for you.
Come join rock-lovers of all ages for hands-on activities, field trips and rock shows galore. Guest speakers at meetings educate attendees while they participate in a vast array of activities. Members also discuss and plan upcoming field trips and workshops.
Children are encouraged to join in the fun. The club offers two junior programs aimed specifically at youths. Rock Hounds is a program aimed at youths 10 and older, while Pebble Pubs serves younger children.
Participants of all ages are encouraged to bring a bragging rock to share with the club. Anyone who shares will be entered in a drawing and will have the chance to win some neat mineral surprises.

REX (Religious Experience) for those with special needs

  •  1:30 p.m. first Sunday of the month
  •  St. Joseph parish hall,
  • 220 Mountain Park Blvd. S.W.
  •  392-5682
  •  finneganrm@aol.com
  •  www.sjcissaquah.org
  • (search for REX)

 

Rotary Club of Issaquah

  •  12:15 p.m. Tuesdays
  •  Tibbetts Creek Manor,
  • 750 17th Ave. N.W.
  •  295-2258
  •  amodahl@ihmail.com
  •  www.issaquahrotary.org

 

Rotary Club of Sammamish

 

Sammamish Garden Club

  •  9:30 a.m. second Tuesday of the month (in members’ homes)
  •  836-0421
  •  cathywebst@aol.com
  •  www.elwd.org/about.aspx

 

Sammamish Heritage Society

  •  7:30 p.m. second Wednesday of the month
  • Pine Lake Community Center,
  • 21333 S.E. 20th St.
  •  260-9804
  •  sammamish.heritage@hotmail.com
  • www.iinet.com/~shs

 

Social Justice Book Group

  •  10 a.m. third Monday at
  • Bellewood Retirement Home
  •  3710 Providence Point Drive S.E.
  •  invasivesout@hotmail.com

 

Sunset Highway Cruisers

 

Volunteers remove invasive ivy plants from Second Avenue in downtown           Issaquah during a an Evironmental Council sponsored work party.

Volunteers remove invasive ivy plants from Second Avenue in downtown Issaquah during a an Evironmental Council sponsored work party.

Issaquah Environmental Council

Interested in helping preserve Issaquah’s natural beauty while also meeting new friends? The Issaquah Environmental Council provides citizens with the opportunity to do both.
The council focuses on protecting and enhancing the environment, as well as Issaquah’s recreational and cultural resources, with the hope of creating long-term benefits for its citizens. Through political advocacy, educational programs and environmental sustainability projects, the club advocates for the protection and redevelopment of Issaquah’s natural state.
Join members in their goal of protecting and enhancing Issaquah’s air, soil, water and fauna from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. Saturday, April 26. Participants will help remove debris and nonnative species from Pedestrian Park, the train depot, Veterans’ Memorial Field, the fish hatchery, community center and the food bank.
Check in at the Hailstone Feed Store, 232 Front St. N., at 9 a.m.

Take Pounds Off Sensibly

  •  8:30 a.m. Thursdays
  • Our Savior Lutheran Church,
  • 745 Front St. S.
  •  253-845-8693
  • carlenegary@comcast.net
  •  www.tops.org

 

Veterans of Foreign Wars, Post 3436

  •  7 p.m. third Tuesday of the month
  • Issaquah Senior Center,
  • 75 N.E. Creek Way
  • 837-9478
  •  www.vfw.org
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