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Wednesday, September 10, 2003 - Page updated at 12:00 AM

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Eastside Digest

Man pleads not guilty to car theft

BELLEVUE — Martin John Healy, a 34-year-old Eastside man, pleaded not guilty yesterday to a first-degree theft charge in King County Superior Court.

A witness told police last month he saw Healy use a screwdriver to start a Jeep Cherokee in the parking lot of a Bellevue auto-repair business on Northeast 14th Place. Healy was later arrested and booked into the King County Jail. He posted a $25,000 bond and was released Saturday, said King County prosecutors' spokesman Dan Donohoe.

At the time police say Healy stole the Jeep, he was awaiting sentencing on other charges.

Yoga guru Forrest to appear in Redmond at studio event

REDMOND — Yoga guru Ana Forrest will be appearing at Sanctuary Yoga in Redmond during a week of celebration as the studio becomes the first Forrest Yoga Circle affiliate.

Events run from tomorrow to Sept. 18, starting tomorrow with an evening of chanting and meditation with Forrest and her lead assistant, Jonathan Bowra. Yoga classes will be offered all week, with a drum-circle celebration Saturday with Forrest from 7 to 9 p.m. For more information or to register, go to www.thesanctuaryredmond.com or call 425-556-9595.

Chamber seeks nominees for business excellence

BELLEVUE — The Greater Redmond Chamber of Commerce is accepting nominations for its annual business-excellence awards.

Award recipients will be selected by a panel of judges and will be presented at the chamber's 58th annual gala Feb. 7, 2004, at the Sahalee Country Club in Sammamish. Nominations are due by noon Dec. 15. For more information, call the Redmond chamber at 425-885-4014 or e-mail a message to info@redmondchamber.org.

Preparedness group seeks businesses as members

BELLEVUE — Redmond businesses are invited to join an informal partnership of community groups, government and schools that works on community disaster preparedness and recovery.

The Redmond COAD, or Community Organizations Active in Disaster, works with groups such as the Federal Emergency Management Agency, Greater Redmond Chamber of Commerce and Red Cross. The Redmond COAD meets the fourth Tuesday of the month from 3:30-5 p.m. at Overlake Christian Church, 9900 Willows Road Northeast, Redmond.

The next meeting is slated for Sept. 23. For more information, contact Pat Hamman, COAD facilitator, at 425-556-2697 or Diane Essington at the Greater Redmond Chamber of Commerce at 425-885-4014.

Arts in changing communities to be panel topic in Duvall

DUVALL — The role of the arts in changing communities will be the topic of a free panel discussion and workshop offered by the Duvall Arts Commission on Oct. 4.

Included on a panel of community arts-development specialists will be Patrick Overton, author of "Rebuilding the Front Porch of America," and Milenko Matanovic, director of the Pomegranate Center in Issaquah.

The event begins at 9 a.m. and runs until 3 p.m. Brown-bag lunches may be pre-ordered.

For more information or to register, call 425-788-2983 or e-mail leopard@drizzle.com.

The event will be in Cedarcrest High School Library, 29000 Northeast 150th St., Duvall.

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