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Calendar and Announcements
RALEIGH SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA -
Opening concert 1982-83 season, Saturday, Sept. 25.
Jones Auditorium, Meredith College, Raleigh, 8
p.m. Free admission. Public invited.
RESEARCH TRIANGLE PARK-
FRAMEWORKS II, Triangle Square Shopping
Plaza, 4827 S. Apex Highway, Monday-Friday 10
a.m.-6 p.m., Saturday, 10 a.m. -3 p.m. For further
information, call 544-3741.
EXHIBIT The public is invited to the exhibit
"Work Patterns" featuring the oils on paper,
unstretched muslin and other media by Mary Van
Vliet and Michele Richards. The show will run
through October 1 at the Art School Gallery, Carr
Mill, Carrboro. Gallery hours: 10-5 weekdays. Sun
days by appointment. For more information call
JEROME KOHL EXHIBIT - Arts Office. North
Gallery, Student Center, NCSU, Raleigh, 10a.rn.-10
D.m.. throueh Sent. 26. Free. 737-3503.
CLASSES The Edison Johnson Center will of
fer art classes in ceramics, drawing and painting,
flower arranging, pottery and art workshops.
The Center will also offer a Pre-Artletics Program
for 2-5 year olds. The activities will consist of gym
nastics, music, arts and crafts, and storytelling.
Call 683-4270 for further information.
. ART AUCTION Art objects donated by friends
of the North Carolina Central University Museum of
Art. will be on public display at the museum in
Durham from 2 to 3 p.m., Sunday, Sept. 19. The art
and decorative pieces will be sold at auction by the
Museum Service Group to expand the museum's pur
chase fund for art works. For information, call
683-621 1 in the afternoons.
NEW POETRY CONTEST A $1,000 grand
prize will be awarded in the coming poetry competi
tion sponsored by World of PoetryVa quarterly
newsletter for poets.
Poems of all styles and on any subject are eligible
to compete for the grand prize or for 99 other cash or
merchandise awards, totaling over $10,000.
Rules and official entry forms are available from
the World of Poetry, 2431 Stockton Blvd., Dept. D,
Sacramento, California 95817.
CONCERT NCSU Music Department
(Raleigh). Phyllis Vogel piano. Stewart Theatre, 8
p.m. Sept. 19. Free. 737-2981.
FOREIGN LANGUAGE CATALOG - The
North Carolina Foreign Language Center microfiche
card catalog is now available at Durham County
Library. Patrons wishing to borrow books in over 80
foreign languages can use this catalog to learn exactly
what books, records, and tapes the Foreign
Language Center has (as of April 30, 1982). The
reference staff at the Main Library can look up the
correct call number and title of any item(s) the patron
wishes to borrow and request them on "interlibrary
UPGRADED DISCHARGES According to
The Stars and Stripes newspaper, some veterans may
receive upgraded discharges making them eligible for
the First time for educational benefits and job train
ing. For more information, contact the veterans af
fairs office at Durham Technical Institute at
596-9311, ext. 345.
SLIMNASTICS CLASSES The W.D. Hill
Recreation Center, 1308 Fayetteville St.. is offering
free aerobic slimnastics classes. For more informa
tion call 683-4292.
PROJECT LIFT is now subscribing to the Na
tional Business Employment Weekly. This publica
tion lists executive, managerial, and professional
positions taken from all regional editions of the Wall
Street Journal, and contains articles of special in
terest to job-seekers. Project LIFT, located on the se
cond floor of the Durham County Library, posts
local openings and' carries, microfiche job listings
through cooperation with the Employment "Security
Commission. LIFT hours are 9-9 Monday and Tues
day, and 9-5:30 Wednesday through Saturdav;
683-2626, ext. 31.
MINI-GRANTS NOW AVAILABLE TO
YOUTH GROUPS Are you a member of a
Durham youth group or an organization which is
planning an innovative youth program? Would a lit
tle money help? Funds are available to assist you.
The N.C. State Youth Council awards $6,500 per
year to local organizations proposing worthy pro
jects. Funds will be awarded three times this year in
September, November and January.
Applications are screened and awards are approv
ed at State Youth Council Board of Directors
meetings. Awards are reviewed by the state Youth
Advisory Council before they are granted.
For information and application form, contact the
Youth Involvement Office, Elks Building. 121 W.
Jones St., Raleigh 27611. or telephone 91 9733-5966.
The State Youth Council is a component of the
Youth Involvement Office and networks youth coun
cils across the state. Although the council advises ex
isting councils and helps new ones get started, the
grants are not restricted to youth councils.
CALL FOR ACTION Persons who have con
sumer, housing utilities, educational, welfare or any
other problems for which they need a referral mav
call 688-9306 in Durham or 832-7578 in Raleigh every
week on Monday through Friday from II a.m. to 1
NEW ADULT EDUCATION CLASSES Do
you want to finish your high school education or
brush up on your reading skills? Public TV and
Durham Technical Institute are offering new adult
education classes that you can take at home using
special courses shown on public television. Don't let
transportation, day care, age or fear of the classroom
keep you from a brighter future. Put your TV to
work by calling Durham Tech for more information.
CHANGE will help men discover ways to deal with
problems and stress without using violence against
wives and women friends. Weekly group counseling
sessions. Confidential. Call the Durham
HELPLINE, 683-8628, and ask for a CHANGE
counselor. He will get back in touch with you as soon
DAISY AUTOMATIC SCHEDULE
DAISY is a 24 hour telephonetape service provid
ed by Durham Technical Institute. During the hours
3-8 p.m. Monday-Thursday, any tape in the DAISY
program is available by calling the DAISY Operator
at 596-061 1 . When the DAISY Operator is not on du
ty, ten tapes are available. Dial the phone number
listed and the tape will play automatically.
September 20 26
596-0610 Top Ten Records
596-061 1 DAISY: Weekly Automatic Schedule
596-0612 Job Service: Openings Available Thru
Employment Security Commission
596-0613 Do You Need Academic Help?
596-0614 Call For Action
596-0615 Adult Day Care in Durham
596-0616 Spelling Lesson
596-0617 Your Health - Durham City of Medicine
596-0618 Let's Talk About Hemorrhoids
For a brochure that lists approximately 500 tapes,
send a self-addressed, stamped, regular business
envelope to DAISY, Durham Technical Institute,
P.O. Box 11307, Durham NC 27703.
CURB MARKET The Durham County Curb
Market will open on Saturday, 8:30 a.m. to 12 noon
beginning Sept. 18. Anyone interested in selling
home-grown produce or handmade items should con
tact the Durham Agricultural Extension Service for
rules and regulations.
FINANCIAL AID FOR SCHOOL - EOC
(Educational Opportunity Center) has the latest in
formation on federal campus-based and independent
aid funds and a counselor available to assist you.
Financial Aid Forms (FAF). Family Financial
Statements (FFS) and Basic Grant (BEOG) applica
tions are available at the EOC satellite office, 208 S.
Main St., Roxboro. Call your nearest EOC satellite
office today: Bragtown Library, 1-5 p.m., Friday,
Ms. Dorothy Yarborough; Durham County Library,
1-5 p.m., Tuesday and Thursday. Ms. Elizabeth
Davis; Ms. Sheila Smith, W.D. Hill Recreation
Center, Thursdays, 26 p.m.
RECYCLE ALUMINUM All-aluminum
beverage cans, pie plates, foil, frozen food and din
ner trays, dip, pudding and meat containers, siding,
gutters, storm door and window frames, lawn fur
niture tubing can be sold for extra cash. '
Effective through September 30, Reynolds will
purchase all-aluminum beverage cans and other
properly-prepared recyclable aluminum products
directly from consumers at Northgate Shopping
Center in Durham, Tuesday through Saturday. 9-1 1
a.m; in Chapel Hill at Bay City Ice & Party Beverage
(Franklin St. at Merritt Mill Rd.), Tuesday through
Saturday, noon-1 p.m.; in Raleigh at Reynolds
Aluminum Recycling Co., 2807 Industrial Drive.
Monday through Saturday, 9 a.m. -4:30 p.m.
Additional information is available bv calling toll
LET'S GET ACQUAINTED is the theme of
Shepard Middle School's first PTSA meeting for
1982-1983. Parents, teachers, students and interested
citizens are encouraged to attend. Included on the
agenda will be the completion of officer selection.
The meeting is scheduled for Tuesday, September 21 .
7:30 p.m., in the school cafeteria.
DURHAM BUSINESS & PROFESSIONAL
CHAIN, Executive Committee meeting, 7 a.m.,
Sept. 22, Chicken Hut Restaurant.
DURHAM COMMITTEE ON THE AFFAIRS
OF BLACK PEOPLE:
Health Committee meets on first Tuesdays, 7:30
p.m., St. Joseph's AME Church.
Civic Committee meets on first Tuesdays, 5 p.m..
" Union Baptist Church.
Pojitical Committee meets on the first Thursdays. 7
p.m., at the Library.
Full Committee: Sept. 23, 7 p.m. Warren l ibrary.
Housing Committee: Saturday. Sept. 18, 9 a.m..
PARENTS INTERESTED in becoming more ac
tively involved in their children's education are in
vited to attend a meeting of Parents Involved in
Education, Sept. 21, 7-8 ;30 p.m. at I.akeview Com
munity Education Center, 3507 Dearborn Drive. Ms.
Ida Ruth Plymale will speak on fundraising. For
more information, call Ms. Shary Maskel at
CHILD AND PARENT SUPPORT SERVICES
(CAPSS) Parent Aide Training will continue on
Monday evenings through October II.
For more information, call CAPSS at 286-71 12 or
contact Teleministry at 683-1595 (24 hours per
TOASTMISTRESS CLUB Be somebody.
Realize your full potential. Open up new vistas
through self-improvement. Increase your com
munication abilities. Improve your leadership skills. -Learn
up-to-date organizational techniques. Join
Toastmistress Club. Triangle Cities Toastmistrcss
Club meetings are scheduled for the 1st and 3rd
Thursdays each month at 6:30 p.m., in the Scars
Training Room, 2nd floor. For further information,
call 596-6629, after 9 p.m.
SIXTY OR OVER The Retired Senior
Volunteer Program was designed for you. It's that
time of year.. .school bells are ringing: budgets are,
right; and volunteers are needed. You can: help make
costumes for a play; prepare bulletin board displays;
teach elementary students to play the violin: etc.
RSVP provides travel reimbursement and free in
surance. For 'more information, call Ms. Helen
Pressley or Ms. Kathy Walters at 596-931 1. ext. 321.
Durham Technical Institute.