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Thursday, June 3, 1982 Cheney Free Press Page 5 ML School Board ndergarten union photo Medical Lake seniors gathered for a photo recently with their kindergarten teacher Carmen Hagman. The class, which was Mrs. Hagmsn's first kindergarten class, is pic- tured below as they looked in their very first year of school. From top left next to Mrs. Hagman is: Jamie Schultz (1), Patti Sweeney (2), Jody Nilles (3), Larry Hoznagel (4), Scot Zappone (5), Mike Murray (6), Curt Cogswell (7), Kevin Brooks (8), Kathy Kamin (9), Vickl Van Metre (10), Karen Kukuk (11), Deanna Laird (12) and Lynn Ahlf (13). Ivation Army recruiting campers of availability of natural near Medical Lake, a With lakes and parks, the of a true out-in-the-woods is one which many as part of memories. enjoy canoeing, boating, hiking, fishing and swimming under the supervision of adult and teenage volunteer camp guides. A nurse is on hand to deal with minor emergencies. Randall said parents interested in having their children participate in the program should stop by the police department for an application or call him or Sgt. Chuck Crawford at 299-5122. The chief urged parents to pick up and return applications as soon as possible so that participant selection can be made shortly. ___:he second year, financially -raged children who may not chance for such an experience :itedto participate in the Salva_my Camp at Camp Gifford on :;i MEDIcAL LAKE --113 CHENEYllSpokane#113fS71l I .ake. .-. ' ,Cal Lake Police Chief Bruce II']- "gj :sa.ld the department, in con- C0mln une 26th vitl"  th the Salvation Army, is , pe PPlications for 11 slots avail- Medical Lake 0wl Pharmacy's WOuld-be campers between the ate eight and 13. ren will attend the coed camp 1st SIDEWALK SALE ely 26-31. Transportation to and LCampsite is provided by police WATCH FOR FURTHER DETAILS er COmmunity volunteers. oBflo  i:erh required tO bring Onlyrig their I l__ I lllllmmmllllm t __ &..I a.-'FORYOURINFORMATIoNAll Graduates II L othing and toiletry items. stay, the children can 1] t, ongrat=auons, ML seniors celebrate class reunion I With every graduation comes a flood of memories of moments of anxious expectation about un- known futures. At Medical Lake High School, 13 graduating seniors recently shared a journey back to one of those memorable times as they prepared for graduation. For these students, part of their hectic graduation preparations have included a reunion with their kindergarten teacher, Car- men Hagman, of Medical Lake Elementary School. The students, posed at left, met recently with Mrs. Hagman for dinner at the Spaghetti Factory in Spokane and talked about old times. For Mrs. Hagman, the graduat- ing class of 1982 holds an espec- ially warm place. For students Jamie Schultz, Patti Sweeney, Jody Nilles, Larry Holznagel, Scot Zappone, Mike Murray, Curt Cogswell, Kevin Brooks, Kathy Kamin, Vicki Van Matre, Karen Kukuk, Deann Laird and Lynn Ahlf, Mrs. Hagman's class was the introduction to the unex- plored world of education. They were not alone, however, because the kindergarten class of 1969-70 was also rs. Hagman's first experience in the public school system. Though she had done some teaching privately, she recalled those first nervous months when she was as nervous as her new pupils. "It was horrible. I think I spent most of my time crying," she said, remembering a time when she was as new as her first pupils. Today, Mrs. Hagman looks with pride on the accomplish- ments of her "guinea pig" class and says she was thrilled with the idea of recalling past times with them. Since then, many kindergart- ners have passed through her doors and as each successive class is graduated as seniors, they too will recall their first teacher and the warm memories of that experience. J Churches Lake City Assembly of God "Fellowship of the Unashamed" 400 East Grace 299-3139 SUNDAY SERVICES 8:00 a.m. Morning Worship 9:30 a.m. School of the Bible 10:45 a.rn. Morning Worship 6:00 pm. Praise ,9" Prayer Wed,, 7p.m. Family Night Bryan Arneson, Pastor 299-3139 M.L. L;ornmunity Church IV, 203 Washington 299-3286 Sunday School 9:45 Worship Hour 11:00 Family Night 7.'00 Wednesday Christ Centered Bible Believing Max Geisdorf, Pastor (IFCA) St. John's Lutheran Church Worship Hour 11:00 &r Sunday School 9"45 a.rrt Wayne Olsen, Pastor 299-4771 S. 223 Hallett, Med. Lake, 299-4114 St. Anne Catholic Church MASSES Sat. 6 p.m. -- Sun. &'30 [ 10 a.rn. Holy Deys 9 a.m. 8 7p.m. Father Bernard Schiller E. 708 Lake, Med. Lake, 299-3585 Blair fenc, rng issue tabled Discussion of fencing of Blair Ele- mentary School, a decision on the junior varsity softball field and the purchase of a school bus, highlighted the agenda at May's school board meeting. Superintendent Clayton Dunn report- ed that a decision on the proposed fencing of Blair Elementary School was tabled until this month's meeting at the request of board member Harry Tea- ford. Teaford said he wanted additional time to gather input from parents in his district area before making his recom- mendation to the board on the proposed $75,000 project. Following an analysis of the situation by the district and base personnel, the board formed a Citizen's Committee to study the fencing proposal. The purpose of the project is to facilitate non-base youngsters' attendance at the school. The proposed fencing could result in savings to the district because it would eliminate the necessity of additional construction at Medical Lake Elemen- tary School and a reduction in transpor- tation costs. The Citizen's Committee that has studied the project, recommended to the board that parents be given a one-year advance notice of any boun- dary change and that children current- ly attending Medical Lake Elementary be granted "grandfather rights" which would aUow their children to remain in their current schooling situation. During the meeting, the board also approved changes in the junior varsity ballfield which would allow the field to be used for both softball and hardball. Dunn said the district will remove the grass from the field which would Court Reptxt May 24, 1982 Rex A. Casey, Spokane, was fined $20 for speeding. Larry L. Johnson, Medical Lake, was fined $20 for speeding. Richard A. Brown, Mahawan, entered a not guilty plea to reckless driving and had a trial date set for June 14. Joseph L. Prescott, Spokane, entered not guilty pleas to charges of driving the wrong way on a one-way roadway and driving while intoxicated and had a trial date set for June 14. Rory E. French, Fairchild Air Force Base, entered a not guilty plea to driving while intoxicated and had a trial date set for June 14. James M. Norwood, Medical Lake, entered a not guilty plea to simple assault and had a trial date set for June 14. Michael L Dixon, Medical Lake, entered a plea of guilty to having a dog in a park and was fined $20. Della J. Cieloha, Medical Lake, entered a not guilty plea to driving while intoxicated and hod a trial date set for June 14. Judith E. Courville, Spokane, was fined $5 for speeding. Deryck P. Johnson, Medical Lake, failed to appear on a charge of impeding the traffic flow. Darrin Buck, Medical Lake, was found not guilty of failure to wear eye protection while driving a motorcycle. Richard L. Bushnell, Medical Lake, failed to appear on a speeding charge. David J. Danaher, Espanola, was fined $20 for speeding. Dwaine R. Klein, Edwall, was fined $15 for speeding. Larry Pryne, Spokane, failed to appear on a charge of fishing in closed waters. Curtis Dupey, Ford, had a trial date of June 14 reset for charges of negligent ,drivin and driving with On expired .drivers license. James D. Muster, Medical Lake, was found guilty of disorderly conduct and fined $50 and he was found guilty of obstruction of justice and fined $150 and sentenced to 30 days in jail, 20 days suspended. Jody L. Gray, Spokane, had a trial date of June 14 set for possession of a controlled substance. Loren G. Johnson, Spokane, had a trial date of June 14 set for charges of driving while intoxicated and driving with a sus- pended license. Sebastian M. Julagay, Medical Lake, had charges of possession of o controlled substance and contributing to the delinquen- cy of a minor dismissed. He plead guilty to charges of minor in possession of alcohol and was fined $50. He was also fined $50 for obstruction of justice and sentenced to 30 days in jail, suspended. Donald R. Dennison, Fruitland, had a trial date of June 14 set for a charge of driving while intoxicated. Maria D. Baumbauer, Spokane, had charges of driving while in intoxicated and reckless driving continued. Howard J. Becket, Medical Lake, plead guilty to a charge of assault. He was fined $250 and sentenced to 60 days in jail; both suspended on the condition he stay out of town for 11 months while attending school in Arizona, except for holidays. A charge of minor in possession of alcohol was dis- missed. Harold C. Wilder, Enterprise, Ore., was found guilty of driving while intoxicated and fined $250, $200 suspended, and sentenced to 30 days in jail, 29 days suspended. Juan P. Cota, Medical Lake, hod a charge of. possession of a controlled substance dismissed. He plead guilty to a charge of resisting arrest and was fined $250 and Reflections , of Hair N. 112 Jefferson, Medical Lake 299-5149 NEW HOURS: OPEN 4 EVENINGS A WEEK Mon..Tlmr00 9 a.m. to 9 p.m. Fri.00Sat 9 a.m, to 6 p.m. Call for your appoinlnmt NANCY HINES BETSY HUMPHREY JANICE FITZGERALD JODIE HINES CARRIE FREDERICK sentenced to 90 days in jail, 70 days suspended, and ordered to make restitution in the amount of $31 for on officer's shirt. He also plead guilty to a charge of driving with a suspended license and was fined $250 and sentenced to 90 days in jail, 70 days suspended. A charge of driving while intoxicated was dismissed. Teresa L. Luedke, Spokane, presented a petition for deferred prosecution on charges of driving without an operators license and driving while intoxicated. Dennis K. Packard, Spokane, was found guihy of possession of a controtled sub- stance, marijuana, and fined $50. He was found guilty of malicious mischief and fined $250, $150 suspended and sentenced to 30 days in jail, 24 days suspended. He was also found guilty of driving with a suspended license and fined $250, $150 suspended, and sentenced to 10 days in jail, seven days suspended. The court also ordered him to pay $368 restitution for damage done to the cell wall of the police deportment. eliminate the necessity of the city installing a backstop. In other park related matters, Du,, told the beard he would present  proposal at the June meeting com:erw ing the institution of fees for ,: school facilities. While he would not recomme .... i the Park and Recreation Department be charged fees for facility usage, Dunn did say he would consider the possibil- ity of raising fees to private organiza- tions, such as the Northwest Basketball Association, which utilizes district fac- ilities. In previous board meetings, mem- bers have suggested fee increases which would enable the district to make some profit on facility rentals. In the past, the district has set its fees on a break-even basis. During the meeting, the board also approved the purchase of a 78- passenger bus from Briant Motors in Renton. The bus will replace one of the 19 existing district buses. The board also tabled a request from Fairchild Air Force Base concerning an agreement instituted last year for use of the Ray building at Blair School as an emergency casualty facility by the Air Force. This year, the district received a contract from the base proposing a formal agreement on the emergency use of the building site. Because the contract contained language which pro posed the possibility of alterations to the building and other adjustments, Dunn said the board would require more time to investigate the proposal. In the area of financial aid, Dunn reported that the district had received a final payment of $5,231 in impact aid for the last school year. The fate of impact aid for future years is still unknown and Dunn said a decision is not expected before September. Rezoning request filet Guy Swanson, S. 4305 University Rd., on the agenda of the Spokane County Spokane, June 10 will seek a rezone Zoning Hearing Examiner Committee, from "Agricultural" to "Restricted which will meet at 9 a.m. in the second Industrial" for 10 acres of land gener- floor hearing room of the Broadway ally located at the southwest corner of Centre Building, N. 721 Jefferson $I., the intersection of Grove and Thorpe Spokane. roads No specific site plan has been filed at The hearing will be the second item this time. Liquor board seeks comments The Washington State Liquor Control Board has been asked to reconsider its denial of liquor license privileges to Clarence "Claney" Laurence Vali- quette. Valiquette had applied for a class ACEF license to sell beer and wine for on-premises consumption in conjunc- tion with food sales and beer and wine for home consumption at Clancy V's Restaurant, South 123 LeFevre, Medi- cal Lake. The Board disapproved the applica- tion because information indicated that there was substantial local protest against the issuance of the license. Anyone wishing to support or oppose issuance of the license being sought should write to the Liquor Control Board, c/o License Division, Capital Plaza Building, Olympia 98504. SOUND ALASKA SEA FOOD TRUCK LOAD FISH SALE.I WHOLE SILVER -\\;) SALMON $2.99 I SNAPPER WHOLE SALMON $2.99 oysters MANY MORE ITEMS TO CHOOSE FROM. COME IN AND SHOP AROUND THIS UNIQUE FISH MARKET ON WHEELS PARKED AT THE BALL FIELD THURSDAY, JUNE 10th FISH MARKET ON WHEELS