North Carolina Newspapers

    Broncos Voicc
March 1996
To Whom It May Con
cern:
On behalf of AFROTC’s
Arnold Air Society, I am in
viting your organization to
help us in our first-ever
clothes-drive for the needy.
We are asking that your
organization help us by donat
ing any clothes or ther items
(e.g. toys and blankets) that
you feel would help someone
in need. The dates for the
clothes-drive are 12 MAR-18
MAR 96. Clothes may be
dropped off in boxes located
on the 1st floor of the
Women’s Gym at FSU near
the front entrance, the Taylor
Science Building near the
front entrance, and the School
of Business and Economics
Building in the student lounge.
Items may be dropped off be
tween the times of 8:00 am
and 5:00 pm.
This clothes-drive is for the
community, so please help in
any way you can. If your or
ganization would like to help
or if you have any questions,
please feel free to contact me,
Mikisha Young, at 868-6210
or Karen Gregory at 436-
0199. Thank you very much!
Sincerely,
Mikisha J. Young,
AAS/1 Lt .Operations
Officer
Mellow Moments Line-up:
Every night beginning at 10pm on WFSS 91.9 F.M
you can tune in to Mellow Momments. Your “Late
Night" Line-Up consists of:
Monday-“DJ WATT” (Pete Saunders)
Tuesday-“Dlrty Love” (Deitric Davis)
Wednesday-“Luv Meister & Tipp" Micah
Johnson and Willey Tippet
Thursday-“Ganeasa Girl” Ganeasa
Robinson or “The Original Lover Man Big
Brother Rude Boy” (Yonni 0’ Donahue)
Friday- “Pop Ellis” (Donyale Ellis)
The Fayetteville State University Student Safety
Squad proudly announces its new operations center,
whicii is located in Room 141 on the first floor of the
Chesnut Library. During the hours of 6 pm to 10 pm on
Sunday and 6 pm to 12 am, Monday through Thursday,
the Student Safety Squad will be eager to offer assistance
to any member of the University Community that would
like and escort to any campus facility or to any campus
parking lot in order to safely get to their vehicle. For es
cort services or more information, please call the Stu
dent Safety Squad Operations Center at 486-1361.
ORIENTATION LEADER
CUMULATIVE GRADE
POINT AVERAGE OF
2.5 OR ABOVE
NO DISCIPLINE
RECORD
GOOD
COMMUNICATION
SKILLS
HAVE
INTERPERSONAL
SKILLS
TEAMWORK
ABILITY
WHAT
LEADERSHIP
ABILITIES
FLEXIBILITY
AVAILABLE
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July 1M3
July 18-20
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FSU ORIENTATION LCADER
lUvsioNS ModcliNq Club
PR£SENTS
nivsioNS CiNCMA 12
Liqhrs, Camcra, & pAshioN
ApRil 12, 1996
SEAbROok AudirioRiuM
8 00-10 PM
SrudENTS $2.00 w/ID
$5.00 w/o
Public : $4.00 General
AdMissioN
GHAir&ATION
ATTENTiONALL
GRADVATING
SENiORS!
THERE WILL BE A MEETING
OF ALL GRADUATING
SENIORS ON APRIL 9,1996
AT 3:00 PM IN THE
SEABROOK AUDITORIUM.
PLEASE ARRANGE YOUR
SCHEDULE SO THAT
YOU WILL BE ABLE
TO ATTEND THIS MEETING.
Woviid you tike to be paid to studi^7
Check out the neuf course offered hif Alffha:
Age:
Weight:
COURSE DESCRIPTION
Provide Plasma to earn extra cash and save lives.
REQUIREMENTS
18 or older
over 110 lbs. in good health;
student I.D.
EXPECTED COURSE RESULTS:
Extra money (up to $120.00 a month), good grades, and satisfaction
knowing that you have provided drugs to help save a life.
HOURS
New Donor Hours:
Mon, Wed, Fri, Sat, & Sun
8 A.M. - 3 P.M.
Tues & Thurs
8 A.M. - 5P.M.
Repeat Donor Hours;
Mon, Wed, Fri, Sat, & Sun
8 A.M. - 4 RM.
Tues & Thurs
8 A.M. - 6 P.M.
• First Donation •
$25 with Student ID
PREREQUISITE
1. Need extra money
2. Willingness to provide a product that others need
3. Knowledge that you cannot get AIDS from providing plasma
Bring your books to Alpha Plasma and study while donating!
It's like being paid to study!
alpha
PLASMA CENTER
129 Franklin Street
Fayetteville, NC 2831 i
(910) 48J-2280
    

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