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Thursday, July 1,1993 - THE CHARLOTTE POST - Page9A
Clean, safe, quiet community
conveniently located on bus line.
Affordable 2 bedroom sarden
and townhouses. Refriserator,
range, AC and water included in
rent. Helpful resident manager
and maintenance staff.
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EVELYN MACK LEARNING CENTER
4913 Albermarle Rd., Suite 101
Charlotte, NC 28205 • (704)535-8304 (office)
"We Make the Difference"
League Of Women Voters State Convention: (From left) Gladys
Scott, Bemie Parker, Maxine Eaves, Beverly Earle attended .
Hills Elementaiy School beginning
at 2 p.m. Activities will include:
meeting principals, 2-3 p.m. at High
land; ice cream party, 3-4 p.m., Hi^-
land; refreshments, 4-5 p.m., Tryon
Hills. A shuttle will be provided to
Tiyon Hills at 4 p.m. Year-round
school starts July 12. Buses will nm
from 6:50-7:30 a.m. Classes start at
For information, call the High
land campus at 343-5511 or the
Dargins crowned by Reid.
Tiyon Hills campus at 343-5510.
•The Drug Education Center has a
HELPLINE available for people con
cerned about someone pushing
drugs or hooked on drugs. The num
ber to call is 375-3784.
•The North Branch Book cCub is
an organization that features books
by and about African Americans.
The club meets at 7 p.m. on the third
Tuesday of each month at the North
Branch Public Library, 2324 La
Salle St. For Information, contact
the library at 336-2882.
•A Directory for Adoptive Parents
Over 40 has been released andisde-
signed to address the needs of adop
tive parents over 40. More than 200
groups and individuals from across
the nation are listed in the directory.
For information, phone or fax( 813)
983-8360 or write Adoption Re
sources & Communications, 1005
Palmetto St., Clewiston, Fla. 33440.
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•Shakedra Ann Dargins was
crowned Miss Teen CotilUon 1993.
Dargins is a member of St. Luke
Baptist Church and was a student at
Northeast Junior High School. Sha
kedra is the daughter of Sherman
and Myra Dargins. Makeecha Reid,
Miss Teen Cotillion 1992, crowned
The first runner up was Evelyn Kl-
nelsha-Walker Hart, a student at
Ranson Middle School and the
daughter of Kaiser and Brenda Hart
Second runner up was Regan Alex-
zandria Roseborough, a student at
Kennedy Middle School and daugh
ter of Charles and Anita Rosebor
Other participants were Shanda
M. Alston, Tiffany N. Dixon, La-
Shanda D. Glenn, Hazel D, Huey,
Shonda R. Lowery, Frederlka Z.
Morris and Brlana L. Murphy.
•Gladys Scott, Bernie Parker,
Maxine Eaves and Beverly Earle
were among Charlotteans who at
tended the state convention of the
League of Women Voters in Greens
•Avonnette McCullough Bruce,
daughter of Oren and Ruth McCul-
lou^ of Charlotte, received a mas
ter's degree in business in June. She
is an account executive and was re
cently appointed assistant director
of human resources for Orange
County Corporate Dali Inc. in Santa
Ana, Calif. She received her master's
from the University of (California at
Irvine and has a bachelor's degree
from UNC Chapel Hill. She is a grad
uate of West Charlotte High School.
•Anna Goode received her mas
ter's degree in public administration
from John Jay College of Criminal
Justice in New York in June. She
graduated from West Charlotte High
School in 1958. She has two daugh
ters who also completed their de
grees last month. Lalethe Goode re
ceived her degree in public
administration from John Jay Col
lege and Catheryn A. Goode ma
jored in political science from Vir
ginia State University.
•Vintage Foster, editor and pub
lisher of Community Pride maga
zine, will speak to members of the
Hidden Valley Community Associ
ation at its monthly meeting at 6:30
p.m. July 6 at Sugaw Creek Recrea
tion Center. For information, call
Charles Williams at 597-0307.
•The La Leche League of Charlotte
will meet the following days in this
month: July 1,13,14 and 28. The or
ganization is a support group for
breastfeeding mothers. For times,
locations and telephone support,
•The Lockwood Neighborhood
will meet July 12 at 7:30 p.m. at
Greenville Center, 1330 Spring St.
All residents are encouraged to en
grave their valuables with their
driver's license number with the en
graver that block captains have dis
tributed. A cleanup campaign is
scheduled July 17 beginning at 7:30
a.m. The Clean City Committee and
special services division of Char
lotte will provide trucks to pick up
trash. Fitting Back neighborhood
meetings are held each Tuesday at
6:15 p.m. in the Humanities Build
ing, Room 108 at Johnson C. Smith
•A back-to-school celebration will
be held July 11 at Hlghland/Tryon
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