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2 THE CAROLINA TIMES SATURDAY , AUGUST 21, 1982.
Calendar arid Announcements
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ALL-CLASSES REUNION A Durham College
All-Classes Reunion will be held Saturday, August
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' The event will be in the form of a potluck dinner
on the lawn. .
AH former faculty, graduates and students of
Durham college are mvuea 10 aucnu anu uimg o
dish to share. While there are no fees or charges, per-
i.niiui m oMnH tkrf ackfri in nntifv Mrs.
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Gwendolyn Suitt at (919) 544-7459, Durham, as soon
as possible. ' . ,
ORGAN RECITAL The first organ recital of
the 1982-83 Arts in Duke Chapel series will be
presented Sunday, September 5, at 5 p.m., in Duke
Chapel. William Porter, associate professor of organ
and harpsichord at Oberlin College, will perform
works by J.S. Bach, George Bohm, Dietrich Bux
tehude, Christian Erbach and Hcinrich
Schcidemann. The public is invited and admission is
CHILD AND PARENT SUPPORT SERVICES
(CAPSS) is beginning its Parent Aide Training
course on Saturday, September 11, 12-5 p.m., and
continuing thereafter on Monday evenings through
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- Parent Aides work on an individual basis with ac-
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Aides work with parents through telephone calls and
home visits offering counseling,: friendship, role-;
modeling and 5 referral. to community resources.
Hours are flexible and can generally be arranged at .
the convenience of the volunteer. .
- Continuing Education units are offered through
Durham Technical Institute for completion of the
'course. Training includes counseling skills, crisis in-"
! tervention techniques, -personality theory, family1
dynamics, and an overview of child abuse and
neglect. For more information, please call CAPSS at
286-7112 or contact Teleministry at 683-1595 ,(24
) hours per day)' ' H - :-'y
HOT SUMMER OPEN MIKE NIGHTS- a talent
show featuring some of the best Triangle talent,
: begins at 8:30 p.m. each Monday night at the Art
.School in Carrboro.
Tickets are SI. 50 for Art School members and $2
for non-members. For talent sign up and more infor
mation, call 929-2896. -
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, Parents interested in becoming more actively involv-.
ed in their children's education are invited to attend a
meeting of Parents Involved in Education on
September 14 from 7-8:30 p.m. at Lakeview Com
. munity Education Center, 3507 Dearborn, Drive.
PTA Fundraising ideas will be shared. For more in
formation call Shayry Maskel at 477-2197.
EVENING DIPLOMA PROGRAM Admission
interviews for the Southern High School Evening
1 Diploma - program begin on August 23. Evening
; diploma candidates must meet the same requirements
.as daytime students including passing the N.C. Com
'. ipetency Test. Work experience may be worth up to
;five elective credits. Classes meet between 6 and 10
p.m., September 7-December 16. This evening
diploma program is co-sponsored by DTI and it is
; Call Eddie Tice in the Community Education of-
fice of the Durham County Schools to arrange an in
terview, 683-2591, ext. 280.
1 THE NEW NEGRO RENAISSANCE - A series
of lectures, films and seminars entitled "The 'New
Negro' Renaissance: Harlem in the Twenties' is be-,
ing offered at the Durham County Library from
September through November. This series is co
sponsored by the Duke University Office of Continu
ing Education and the Durham County Library and
is assisted by the North Carolina Humanities Com
mittee, The lectures and films are open free of charge
to the public; the seminars are offered for a nominal
Guest speakers will lecture on the emergence of
black Harlem (September 15), Marcus Garvey and
black nationalism (September 22), Blacks on Broad
way (September 29), Jazz musicians (October 6),
author Jean Toomer (October 20), and the Harlem
Church (November 3). Noted writer and actress
Maya Angelou will put in a special appearance at
. N.C. Central University on November 11, speaking
on female writers of the Harlem Renaissance.
Films include an award-winning archival
documentary entitled "I Remember Harlem"
(September 19 and November 21), musical short
features starring Duke Ellington and Bessie Smith
(October 10), "The Emperor Jones," with Paul
- Robeson (October 10), and the silent melodrama
"Scar of Shame" (October 31).;
Five-week seminars on various aspects of Harlem
Renaissance literature are offered in the daytime and
evening and require advance registration.
Details of the entire series are available from the
Office of Continuing Education, 107 Bivins, on
Duke's East Campus, and main and branch Durham
County Libraries., For more information call
" COUNSELING GROUP TO BEGIN FOR
ABUSIVE MEN - CHANGE, a men's counseling
service for men who use violence in their relation
ships with their wives or womenfriends will be offer
ing a counseling group beginning on Monday even
ing, August 30, at a local church in Durham. The
group will include between 5-12 men in addition to
two group leaders and will meet for 114 hours one
" night a week for .eight consecutive weeks.
CHANGE is a counseling'service designed to deal
specifically with men who batter or otherwise abuse
their wives or womenfriends. CHANGE is staffed by ,
specially trained male volunteers and is a program of
the OrangeDurham YWCA Coalition for Battered
Women. In addition to offering the treatment group,
CHANGE offers individual counseling to abusive
men and community education to interested groups.
; Men interested in participating in the counseling
group should call the Durham HELPLINE at
683-8628 and ask for a CHANGE counselor. A
CHANGE counselor will return your call as soon as
possible. A small fee will be, charged which will be
completely refunded upon completion of the eight
weeks. All contacts with CHANGE are kept con
THE SALLAM CULTURAL CENTER will pre-,
sent rhythm and blues legend John Lee Hooker &
The Coast to Coast Blues Band in concert on Friday,
September 10, at the St. Joseph's Performance ,
' Center, 804 Fayetteville St., in Durham. Shows will '
be at 8 and 10:30. The program will open with Big
Boy Henry, blues guitarist and singer from Beaufort,
N.C. Proceeds will benefit the Sallam Cultural
Center, a non-profit organization promoting jazz '
and blues in the Triangle area. For ticket informa
tion, call 493-2096 or 286-3604.
THE FIFTH ANNUAL LABOR DAY RACE will
be held Sunday, September 5. This 15 kilometer race
will begin at 8 a.m., with the start and finish line near
the intersection of N.C. 751 and Science Drive on the
Duke University West Campus.
A fun run of 1.5, miles will follow immediately
after the IS kilometer race. .
: Entry fee for both races is $7 prior to August 23
and $9 through the day of the race. Fees are dis
counted for.additional family members in the fun run
only. The course is sanctioned and certified. All pro
fits from entry fees will go to the Carolina Godiva
Track Club for promotion of running-related ac
tivities in North Carolina. -'
All registered runners will receive a T shirt and
prizes will be awarded in standard age groups in the ;
15K race. Pre-race registration may be by mail and -
" forms are available at area athletic stores or by con
tacting Paul Naylor, race director, 3508 Manford
Drive, Durham, NC 27707.
"Registration will be conducted from 6 to 7 p.m.
near the startfinish line on Saturday, September 4,
and from 6 to 7:45 a.m., prior to the race.
. Volunteers interested in helping with the race
should contact Paul Naylor at 919493-3702.
FREE MOVIES The Durham County Public
' Library presents a feature movie each Saturday at 3
p.m., in the auditorium. No admission is charged.
The next scheduled movie, August 21, is "Treasure
Island" Classic version of Robert Lewis Stevenson's
tale of pirates, treasure, sailing ships and the sea.
Directed by Victor Fleming. 1934, 95 min.rb&w.
REGISTRATION FOR FALL CLASSES The
Edison Johnson Center will begin fall registration
August 23 for city residents and August 30 for non
city residents. Classes will be offered in ballet, belly
dance, fencing, jazz, bridge, financial planning,
Chinese cooking, quilting, outdoor camping, bowl
: ing, karate and others. Call 683-4270 for further in
formation. ' ... .
READING IS FOR EVERYONE including the
blind and physically handicapped! You can offer a
priceless gift to the visually or physically impaired by
helping to prepare talking books. With as little as two
hours a week you may guarantee that a blind reader
enoys North Carolina library ; materials. A new
volunteer class begins in September. Interview are
scheduled August 25 through September 1. For
details call Bonnie Peele at the Library for the Blind
and Physically Handicapped at 733-4376 in Raleigh.
EDUCATIONAL AND RECREATIONAL op
portunities being offered this fall by a dozen Durham
agencies will be described in a supplement to
Durham's daily newspapers on Tuesday, September
' EVENING DIPLOMA PROGRAMS Find out
more about Durham County Schools' evening
diploma programs by attending an orientation ses
sion on Monday, August 30, 7-8 p.m. at Lowe's
Grove Elementary or Carrington junior high schools.
Fall classes will meet daily at both sites from 5 to 9
p.m. on the same calendar as daytime students.
Prepare to take the GED Test or completed self
paced courses leading to the Adult High School
Diploma. This program is for students who have
dropped out of daytime classes and are not yet 21.
Call Eddie Tice or Ms. Elizabeth Jones in the
'Community Education office of the Durham County
Schools, 683-2591, ext. 280. ' . '
THE BAHA'IS OF DURHAM wilt sponsor a talk
and discussion on the persecution of the Baha'is in
Iran on Wednesday, August 25, at 8 p.m. at 3821
Tremont Drive. The speaker will be Shah Rahmani,
an Iranian Baha'i whose father was arrested by the
Iranian government in August, 1980 because he was a
' member of the National Baha'i Assembly and whose
whereabouts since that time are unknown. All in
terested persons are invited to attend. For further in
formation, phone 383-2306.
ADULT SOCCER The Durham Parks &
Recreation Department is accepting team application
is 4:30 p.m. Friday, September 3. For more informa
tion, contact Jesse Pratt, Jr. at 683-4355.
FALL VOLLEYBALL REGISTRATION - The
Durham Parks & Recreation Department will be
registering adult and youth volleyball teams for the
fall season through August 20. Registration packets
may be picked up now at the Recreation Department
Office (4th floor City. Hall).:.: ,;i; -r :
TUTORIAL PROGRAM Operation
Breakthrough, Inc., invites parents, educators and
other interested community members to join the
Youth Enrichment Program. YEP plans to lower the
high drop-out rate in Durham City and County
Schools by offering students assistance in staying in
school. YEP will provide tutors v for individual
students who request them. YEP will also dffer
enrichment sessions for students. Call Idell Pierce" at