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Candid Pictures
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Call 962-3912 to schedule a time for you and your
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Fun Atmosphere! Free Food! Fast Pace!
Independently Owned & Operated!
To apply, stop by between 3:00 A 5:00 and ask for Darrell
Help Wanted
CARRBORO RECREATION AND PARKS DEPART
MENT is seeking instructors for each of the fol
lowing Sports Camps, Clinics, and Classes: CLASS
baseball (4-6-year-olds), Baseball Clinician (clinic
for volunteer coaches). Cheerleading (6-10 years
old), Field Hockey (sth-Bth grade), Soccer (9-12
years old), Baseball (9-12 years old), Softball
(sth-7th grade), Ultimate Frisbee (10-15 years
old). Six CLASS baseball sessions occur beginning
in April on Saturday mornings (550/session). A
one-time clinic for volunteer coaches occurs in
March (575/hour). Camps are conducted M-F
during the hours 9am-12pm. The rate of pay is
5360 (Head Instructors), 5300 (Assistant Instruc
tors). Previous experience and sound knowledge
preferred. For additional information contact the
Carrboro Recreation and Parks Department at
918-7376 or email cwolfe@ci.carrboro.nc.us.
Deadline: open until positions filled.
PART-TIME LABORATORY assistant needed for
medical practice; M-F afternoons, 15-20 hrs/wk.
General laboratory duties. Previous lab experi
ence preferred. Must have own transportation!
Please contact Aimee Kirkman, 919-942-0021
x2ll or anakhle@genecare.com.
PART-TIME WORK
Great pay! Ideal for students! Second income.
Advancement opportunities/flexible schedules.
Sales/service department. No experience neces
sary. Conditions apply. All ages 18+. 788-9020.
www.eamparttime.com.
HAB TECHS NEEDED to work one-on-one with
children with developmental disabilities. Flexi
ble hours, Part-time/Full-time. Email resumes to
asmmichael@earthlink.net or fax to 854-4446.
OFFICE ASSISTANT/BABYSITTER Home-based
commercial real estate consulting practice seeks
combination office assistant/babysitter for 10-12
hrs/wk. Located within a short walk from bus stop
near McDougle Elementary. Position includes 4-6
hrs/wk typing, filing, and organizing plus 2 days/
week afterschool babysitting for an 11-year-old
boy and 9-year-old girl. Hourly rate commensu
rate with your background and skills. Non-smok
ers only. Please call: 933-5721.
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Call Molly 933-9994
Help Wanted
LOCAL BUSINESS NEEDS person experienced in
video shooting and editing for promotional vid
eo of company. Ken at 408-0551.
BARTENDER TRAINEES NEEDED. 5250 a day po
tential. Local positions. 1-800-293-3985 x 515.
DISABLED FEMALE COLLEGE STUDENT looking
for caretaker. Need help with transferring, bath
room breaks, shower, etc. 512/hour. For more in
formation call 967-5200.
SUNDAY MORNING NURSERY workers needed for
NewHope Church's children's ministry. Seeking car
ing individuals for infant and toddler room, 510/
hour. Contact Amy Lynn at amy@newhopenc.org.
£ NEED HELP WITH YARD WORK?
RENT A ROWER from UNC MEN’S CREW
8 hours of yard work for SIOO per rower
Hauling limbs, raking, painting, mowing, moving,
and anything else you can think of!
Contact Nate Young at njyoung@email.unc.edu
or 919.260.7831
UNC Crew depends on fundraising and donations
for 98% of its budget. Visit www.une.edu/crew to learn more.
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The Daily Tar Heel is seeking students to serve on the panel that
will choose the editor of the DTH for the 2004-2005 school year.
DEADLINE: FRIDAY,
FEBRUARY 27th
Applicants must be available for an orientation meeting
from 5-6 pm on Thursday, March 18 and from approximately
B:3oam-4pm on Saturday, March 20 to conduct interviews &
make the selection. All students may apply for at-large positions
except current DTH news staff members. If you have any
questions about the process, please contact Elyse Ashbum
(962-4086; eashbum@email.unc.edu) or Chrissy Beck
(962-0175; cmbeck@email.unc.edu).
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Summer Jobs
CHAPEL HILL TENNIS CLUB
Summer Job Opportunities
Our summer season is about to start and we are looking for
an energetic staff to augment our year-round staff. We offer
competitive wages and a fun and friendly working environment.
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Tennis Instructors ' ■ \\
Tenr>ls Sports Camp needs individuals with good teaching skills years ofogfr v
Knowledge of tennis is required. The job offers trtirvng from CHtC pros on specificsdf tennis instruction.
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Tennis Sports Camp needs energetic indivfduife to work with kids 5-8 yearaofjje
Love of kids, crafts, playing games & some knowledge of tennis helpfyk', :
Pool Managers & Assistants
Our active pool season begins inVty I*4 need experiengad p66i managers w/curcent lifeguard certifications.
Lifeguards V'"
Our pool is large & we needseverel lifeguards w/current certifications. Experience preferred.
Swim coaches
We need a few good coaches to join competitive swim team. Previous experience preferred.
For application call the Pro Shop or email Jhamborsky-CHTC@nc.rr.com
Chapel Hill Tennis Club
403 Westbrook Drive • Carrboro. NC 27510 • (919) 929-5248
Help Wanted
LOOKING FOR PART-TIME and full-time wait
staff, part-time cashier and part-time host for AM
and PM shift. Please apply in person at 405 West
Rosemary Street, between the hours of 9:3oam
and 3:oopm. No phone calls please.
CAMP NEW HOPE in Chapel Hill,
seeks summer day camp counselors for
arts, nature, bible study, general coun
selors, lifeguards and water safety in
structors. Mid-May-July 30th. 942-4716.
campnewhope@bellsouth.net.
CAMP TAKAJO FOR BOYS, Naples, Maine. Pictur
esque lakefront location, exceptional facilities.
Mid-June through mid-August. Over 100 coun
selor positions in tennis, land sports, water
sports, outdoor skills, theatre arts, fine arts, sec
retarial, nanny. Call 800-250-8252 or apply online
at www.takajo.com.
BARTENDERS NEEDED! MAKE $l5O-25 /day.
No experience necessary. Call now 800-704-9775.
FULL-TIME LEGAL ASSISTANT for small Ra
leigh law firm. Will receive exposure to di
verse fields of law. Previous legal experience
not necessary. Send resume with introductory
email to bbsslaw@excite.com.
TRANSPORTATION PLANNING INTERN (part
time, contract), Planning Department. Two posi
tions available with flexible starting date, to be
gin either now or May/June. 8-10 hrs/wk during
academic year and 37.5 during summer. Re
sponsible for working on regional and local
transportation planning projects, including the
2025 Regional Transportation Plan, regional
modeling project, Short Range Transit Plan, and
other projects. Planning or public administration
background required, with emphasis on trans
portation planning. Computer skills desired in
clude: transportation modeling and GIS. Start
515/hour. Apply by February 27 for as
sured consideration. Apply at Town of Chap
el Hill, 306 N. Columbia Street, Chapel Hill
27516.919-968-2700. Or download application
at www.townofchapelhill.org. EOE.
Announcements
Jtottle
Of The Bands
The Residence Hall Association is looking for UNC
student bands to participate in a "Battle of the Bands”
for cash prizes up to S3OO on Thursday, April 15, 2004.
You must submit a demo tape by March 24. If you and
your band are interested, contact Elizabeth Leyda at
leyda@email.unc.edu for additional information.
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Summer Jobs
Help Wanted
RAINBOW SOCCER COACHES WANTED! Volunteer
coaches needed for Youth teams ages 3-13. Practic
es M and W or T and Th, 4:15-s:lspm. All big, hap
py, small, tall, large-hearted, willing, fun-loving
people qualify. Option to play free in Adult Rainbow
Recreational league. For information call 967-3340
or 967-8797, email rainbowsoccer@earthlink.net
or register online at www.rainbowsoccer.org.
FULL-TIME LEGAL ASSISTANT: typing, filing, re
ception, bookkeeping and legal research to begin
July 1, 2004. Internet skills and Microsoft Word/
Excel required, Macintosh knowledge helpful but
not necessary, web design experience a plus. Re
quires a one year commitment, July 1,2004 until
June 30, 2005. Perfect for May graduate who
wants to stop out before law school. For more
info see www.unc.edu/student/orgs/sls. Mail re
sume with cover letter as soon as possible but no
later than March 19,2004 to Carolina Student Le
gal Services, Inc. PO Bbx 1312, Chapel Hill, NC
27514. Applicant encouraged to apply early. EOE.
Internships
ART/MUSIC INTERN
Great opportunity! Community-friendly ve
nue seeks energetic individuals for event
promotion, pre/post performance set up, CD
duplication and gallery retail. Creative com
pensation! Contact rick@templeball.com.
Summer Jobs
LIFEGUARDS, SWIM INSTRUCTORS, and pool at
tendants needed for great neighborhood pool.
Competitive pay. Call Amy of Crystal Clear Solu
tions at 777-8261 to schedule an interview.
LIFEGUARD AND WSI positions available at the
Meadowmont Club and nearby facility. Current
certifications necessary. Call 945-0640 to set up
an interview.
SNACK BAR AND CHECK-IN ATTENDANT posi
tions available at the Meadowmont Club. Fun at
mosphere and flexible schedule. Call 945-0640
to set up an interview.
SUMMER DAY CAMP counselor positions avail
able at the Meadowmont Club. Looking for fun
loving, creative, talented and responsible individ
uals who enjoy working with kids. Call 945-0640
to set up an interview.
SUMMER EMPLOYMENT: Head Counselor,
Camp Counselors, Lifeguards needed for Camp
Stone Ridge in Chapel Hill. Go to www.sssrc.org
or call Jeff 967-0915 for more info.
Child Care
CHILD CARE * SUMMER, Part-time summer care
for delightful, fun 4 and 6-year-old boys, 2 days/
week or 20 hrs/wk, flexible schedule. $lO/hour.
Must have car, good driving record, references.
Start early June. 929-5077.
RESPONSIBLE PERSON NEEDED to meet my 12-
year-old at my home. Supervise homework, snacks,
recreation. Must have own transportation. M-F,
3:30-s:3opm. 967-6601.
SITTER NEEDED TO take 3-year-old to preschool;
(8-9 am); 1 hour/moming; 5 days/week. 489-1919,
afternoon and evenings.
LOVING SITTER NEEDED, approximately 15 hrs/
wk; 3 and 5-year-old girls. Car needed. 12 (or 1)
-3:3opm; job to extend into summer 489-1919,
afternoon/evenings.
FULL-TIME FAMILY HELPER/child care. Spanish a
must. Valid driver's license. Experienced. No smok
ing. References. 942-5358.
CAREGIVER WHO LOVES to play needed for 3-year
old about to have anew sibling. 1 year commit
ment induding summer. Flexible hours. Needs to be
comfortable with expression of feelings. 929-1916.
PART-TIME NANNY wanted. 1 -2 days/week. 2 inf
ants. Hours flexible. Competitive salary. Conveni
ent to campus. Experience de§ired. References
required. Call 968-8104 for more information.
SUMMER MOTHER'S HELPER: Drive 2 great child
ren to activities, housework. 3:00-6:00pm, 4-5 days/
week, additional hours possible. Car, references
required. $lO/hour. 942-9550.
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For Sale
$179,900
Absolutely immaculate Woodcraft townhome! 3BR/3.58A, 2613
heated sq/ft. Walk-out finished basement with bonus room & full
bath. Extensive updates: replumbing, heating & air, new interior
paint, Pergo flooring on Ist floor, Berber carpeting on 2nd floor.
Upgraded appliances, tile backsplash, retractable awning on
deck, second deck off basement. Wooded, private deck backs up
to greenway. Swim & tennis club available. OnTTA busline. Priced
for immediate sale! Recent appraisal (June 2003) for $186,000!
Call Dusty Butler - Fonville Morisey Realty
Child Care
BABYSITTER WANTED: MONDAY and Wednesday
9-12 noon and occasional evenings. Stable Chap
el Hill family. 1 toddler boy and dog. References
and care required. 510/hour starting March Ist.
Long term employment possible. 968-0881.
LOVING, RESPONSIBLE, FUN sitter needed for 1-
year-old. Part-time, flexible hours, during work
week. Must have own transportation. Please call
919-928-0264.
AFTERSCHOOL CHILDCARE NEEDED for 2-3 days/
week for 3rd grade girl, 3:45-6:oopm, beginning
March 1. Must have own car and be nonsmoker.
Call 960-0725.
Misc. Wanted
PATIENTS WITH FIBROMYALGIA, Osteo
arthritis, Chronic fatigue syndrome or
Temporomandibular disorder (TMJ), both
men and women ages 20-54 needed as
well as healthy volunteers ages 32-54. Re
ceive diagnostic medical exam, plus 5100
for participating in a study on stress, pain,
and fatigue. If interested call Vanessa at
UNC-Chapel Hill at 966-2549.
BUILDING RESIDENT FOR summer and/or 2004-
2005 academic year needed. Residents are re
sponsible for night lockup and security, room
setups for meetings, Sunday morning setups and
office duties. Other tasks may be required. Hous
ing, phone, satellite TV provided. Call Parish Ad
ministrator, Chapel of the Cross, 304 E. Franklin
Street. 929-2193.
EGG DONORS NEEDED! UNC Health-
Care seeking healthy females 18-32 to be
come egg donors. $2,500 compensation
for completed cycle. Please call for addi
tional information. 919-966-1150 x 5.
For Sale
HOME FOR SALE! Beautiful 2BR/2.58A
Chapel Hill townhome. 1,167 sq/ft. New
tile floors. Freshly painted. Pool, tennis. On
busline. 5 minutes to UNC. $89,900.919-
SI 7-2520.
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Abundance can be yours this year if you look in a place
you've been avoiding. An old injury may still be painful,
but it can teach you a valuable lesson. Work on whatever
you've been resisting, and win a hefty bonus.
. to get the advantage, check the day's rating: 10 is the easiest day, 0 the most challenging
Aquarius (lan. 20-Feb, IS)
- Today is a 7 - If you slow down and think,
you'll find a more profitable way. Money
nnay not be your greatest concern, but it
never hurts to have too much.
Pisces (feb. 19-March 20)
• Today is a 7 - You have the ability and the
resources. Don't let old insecurities slow
you down. If you messed up before, figure
out what to try in order to be more suc
cessful. Vou can do it.
Aries (March 21-April 19)
- Today is an 8 - If you've been following
orders, a bonus can be yours. You could
get another assignment too. leading to a
pay raise. For you, teaming discipline is the
most important part.
Taurus (April 20-May 20)
- Today is a 7 - the lessons you're learning
are starting to sink in and proving to be
Quite useful. An old trauma, for example,
will tell you what not to do with your heart
Gemini (May 21-June 21)
- Today is a 7 - it's a good day to go shop
ping for a household item. By doing the
research and taking decisive action, you'll
find the best bargain.
Cancer (June 22-July 22)
■ Today Is a 6 • You can learn a lot from a
person with more experience. This individ
ual may be a little cranky, though, so ask
questions respectfully.
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933-1111
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CAMPUS
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For Sale
For Sale
FOR SALE: Almost new sofa in very good condi
tion. Off-white with blue and pink stripes, SIOO.
FOR SALE: Entertainment center. Black, 4 feet
tall, room for TV, VCR/DVD and stereo, side cab
inets, $50.423-2795.
SKI EQUIPMENT, EXCELLENT condition, top
quality. Men's 180 Rossnol with bindings. Ladies
160 Rossnol with bindings. Matching poles. 2 ski
bags, new! 2 boot bags. Nautica men's boots,
size 12. Nautica lady's boots, white, size 8-1/2.
Lady's one-piece ski-suit size 10. Men's bibs,
size 40.932-9042.
STEEL FRAME, stump jumper mountain bike;
extra large mini fridge with stainless front
Red Bull bar light various TV's, VCR’s, CD
players and receiver. 919-932-9673.
FOR SALE. OAKS 2BR/2.58A townhouse on bus
line. New kitchen and tile floors, new paint fire
place, across from pool. Great for roommates.
$127.5K, includes water. 919-225-1102.
WE'RE GETTING MARRIED AND WE HAVE TWO
OF EVERYTHING! Solid wood bedroom set:
dresser with large mirror, full-size bed frame,
headboard, and nightstand, S2OO. Microwave,
$lO. Small Dirt Devil upright vacuum, S2O.
chenley@email.unc.edu.
Wheels for Sale
'92 HONDA PRELUDE. 5 speed, Vtec. alloys, full
power, keyless entry, sunroof, new tires, 169 K
miles, CD, beautiful electric blue paint pam
pered. $4,000. David, 923-3144. Leave message.
FOR SALE: White 2000 Mazda Protege.
59K miles, A/C, CD, cruise, power locks
and windows. $6,500.423-2795.
'9l VOLVO 740 Turbo. Dependable and just passed
NC inspection. 160 K miles. $2,500, 080. 614-3167.
AFFORDABLE RELIABLE TRANSPORTATION: 1991
Mazda Protege, 135 K miles, manual transmission,
sun roof, A/C. Good running condition, worn interi
or, asking $l,lOO. Call 630-6169 for details.
Tickets
TICKETS NEEDED FOR all UNC home games. Call
395-8215.
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Leo (July 23-Aug. 22)
■ Today is an 8 - It's not that the honey
moon is over; it's just that you now realize
how much work is required to get where
you want to go. Dig in.
Virgo (Aug. 23-Sept 22)
- Today is a 7 - It ou#it to be easier to get
your way now that somebody strong is on
your side. This person always has your best
interests at heart. The worst is almost over.
Libra (Sept. 23-Oa. 22)
- Today is an 8 - It may be hard to get out
of bed this morning. It you don't have to,
don't It’s not that you're sick or even lazy;
it's more likely that you're m love or mak
ing plans, or both.
Scorpio (Oct. 23-Nov. 21)
- Today is a 6 - Think and act quickly to cor
rect a mistake that somebody else makes
at woik. The others may think it was funny.
You see it differently, and you're right.
Sagittarius (Nov. 22-Dec. 21)
- Today is a 7 - finances aren't your favorite
subject. You may even have an old hurt
associated widi them, but don't let that stop
you. Do what’s requited to pay the bills.
Capricorn (Dec 22-Jan. 19)
- Today is a 7 - Input from far away con
firms your suspicions and shows that
you're on the right track. Don't despair if
you don't see results yet. Keep making
improvements at home.
    

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