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Page B-3, The Tuskegee News, July 20, 2000 notice: All announce- The 7~skegee News 'of the announcement is to a community-based, program, which builds corn- through community service distribution of a monthly s available If you eat, you qualify! can participate in by paying $19.50 for a unit, or $29.50 for a premi- (more meat), and by pledg- of service to the cem- Macon County RSVP sign-up date for is July 29-Aug. 11 (RSVP The food will be distributed 26, from 5-7 a.m. at the Courthouse Annex (located across from Feed Store and Alabama Bank drive~thru window). please con- Macon County Retired And 3, Temporarily Closed University Cleaners will July 24 and re-open on July call Loretta at727-1670 for program past, the Y.M.C~. has not successful with its cheer- To show our spirit for the local Tuskegee- Football League we cheerleader program. to do this we are in great support. We cheerleaders, cheer- Coaches, cheerleader mom's Any good program tion t~m their community. Let's start this season with a pledge to support our children. Let's put our children first. Let's show our children team sportsmanship. To start this program off we are offering a cheerleader clinic (see below). This clinic will focus on the basic fundamentals of cheerleadhlg such as cheers, chants, dance rou- tines, stunts, competition and games. This will be our first step in prepar- ing our cheerleader for the upcoming season. This clinic is not mandatory, your child can still register for cheer- leader. If your child is interested in becoming a cheerleader for the fall, register them today at a cost of $20. Deadline for registration is Aug. 11. After the deadline a late fee of $15 will be chargedGo! Fight! Win! Cheerleader Clinic During this cheerleader clinic your child will participate in a lot of fun activities such as cheer, chants, dance routines, stunts, competition and games. Ages 5-15 Date: Saturday, July 29, Time: 8 a.m.- 4 p.m.. Place: Tuskegee-Macon County Y.M.CA. (Abbott Park) Cost: $15 (Deadline for Money July 26). Sponsored by the Tuskegee- Macon County YMCA. For more information contact Ms. Thornton at 334-724-2187 or 334-727-9528E-911 The Macon County E-911 Board quarterly meeting will be Thursday, July 20, at 1 p.m. at the Kellogg Conference Center, Tuskegee University. MCBOE Offers Remediation Coura~ for Exit Exam Remediation is currently taking place at Tuskegee Public School for students who failed portions of the Alabama High School Graduation and/or Exit exams in an effort to pre- pare them for the next test. Students targeted to receive remediation have been notified and are encouraged to attend these sessions. Sessions in the areas of reading,, language, and mathematics are held Monday- Friday from 8 a.m. until ll a.m. ~l~e next tests are scheduled to be administered: Tuesday, Aug. 1, Reading (Exit and Graduation Exams); Wednesday, Aug. 2, Language (Exit and Graduation Exams) Thursday, August 3, Mathematics (Exit Exam) Students planning to take the test on these dates must register with their school counselor beginning ,July 24, between the hours of 9 am. -2 p.m. Girl Scouts Membership Kickoff "We're All Stars" The Girl Scouts of Concharty Cotmcil would like to extend an invi- tation to community members inter- ested in becoming part of our grow- ing team. Please join us on Saturday, August 5, as we hold our annual Membership Kick-Off event. This fun-filled day will take place at the Fourth Street Baptist Church and will run from 9 a.m.-2 p.m. EDT. The kickoff is ibr volunteers to get infor- mation, training and encourage- ment for the 2000-2001 Girl Scout program year. Attendees will enjoy refreshments and door prizes as they get acquainted with the Concharty Council staff and share ideas about what's planned for Girl Scouting in the new year. The mission of Girl Scouting is to inspire girls with the highest !deals of character, conduct, patriotism, and service that they may become happy and resourceful citizens. The Concharty Council of Girl Scouts pro- vides the Girl Scout program to girls in 12 counties in West Georgia and East Alabama (Barbour, Bullock, Chattahoochee, Harris, Lee, Macon, Marion, Muscogee [including Ft. Benning], Russell, Stewart, Talbot, and Webster), During the 1999-2000 year, more than 4,000 girls and adult volunteers were involved in Girl Scout Troops throughout the Concharty Council's service area, For additional informa- tion or to register for the 2000-2001 Membership Kickoff, please call the Concharty Council office at (706) 327- 2646 or (800) 326-8912. Egyptian Breakfast Mizraim Ct.#110 Daughters Of Isis are sponsoring an Egyptian Breakfast Saturday 9 a.m,, July 29, at the NCO Nile Club-off Notasulga Road on Erich Road. Come dressed in your Egyptian or African Attire, or just as you are. Prizes will be award: ed for the Most Authentic Attire. Door prizes will be given to all. There will be a fashions show and other entertainments with live music What an enjoyable morning we will have; so please do not miss this treat. There is $10 donation per person. Macon County Betterment Association Macon County Betterment Association will hold its monthly meeting on the fourth Thursday of every month at 7 p.m. in the Macon County Courthouse Courtroom on the second floor. The public is invited to come. Teaching, Training, Loving, and Caring for God's Children The Bowen Economic Development Preschool and Daycare is taking applications for infants (6 weeks and older) Toddlers and Preschoolers. We Offer: Breakfast, Lunch, Snacks; Qualified and experienced teachers; Computer for Preschoolers; 7a.m.- 5:30 p.m. hours; The A Beka Book Curriculum; We accept Child Care Resources; We are conveniently located in Bowen United Methodist Church at 2701 West Montgomery Road, Phone: (334)727-2390, Fax., (334)727-2391. Director, Rev. Ronald McCants Community Bulletin East Alabama AIDS Outreach pre- senta Volunteer Training Workshop. Learn more about HIV/AIDS and how you can help others. For more information on volunteering or to register for training please call 887- 5244 or (800) 799-4967. Ttmkegee Public Dress Code A uniform policy for students and staff at Tuskegee Public School and staffbegins Aug. 9, the first day of the 2000-2001 school year. The policy was presented and voted upon by the executive committee of the Tuskegee Public School PTA and approved by the Macon County Board of Education. The uniform agreed upon will be: (For boys), long khaki pants, khaki walking shorts; (for girls), khaki jumpers, long khaki pants, khaki skirt, khaki skorts. All will be worn with red or white golf (long or short sleeve) shirts or t-shirts or sweat shirts. No logos will be permit- ted on the shirts. St. Joseph Catholic School St, Joseph Catholic School is aeesptiug registrations for the 2000- 2001 school term. The school, with pre-kindergarten through grade 8, serves children from a diversity of cultures, religious traditions and national origins. Call the school at 727-0620, for additional information and to register. Sister Geraldine O2~Ieara, principal, 7274)620 or 727- 7333. Macon County DHR Volunteers Needed The Macon County Department of Resources, 402 N. Main Street, Tuskegee, needs volunteers to give assistance with the Food Bank, Clothing Closet, Back-to-School Project, Thanksgivi]~g Project and Christmas Project. Also volunteer drivers and clerical workers are greatly needed. Providing services to families and children can be a rewarding and fulfii:ing endeavor. Anyone who would t!ke to serve in any of these areas may call Frank Andrus at 725-2134 or 725-2100. Opinion Call-In Show Every Sunday at 7 p.m. with Jimmy Johnson on TCN. There is a special guest every week. Head Start Slots Available There are slots available For the 1999-2000 school year at Tuskegee- Macon County Head Start located at 501 South School Street Tuskegee, AL 36083. For further information, please contact the Family and Community Partnerships Department at ~334) 724-2116 or 724-2149. Support Group for Children and Individuals with Disabilities WHERE: St. Mark Missionary Baptist Church. WHEN: Tuesdays (4th Tuesday in each month) TIME: 6-7 p.m. Contact person-Ralphenia Pace (334) 727-4705 AL-A-NON The location of the Tuskegee Area AL-A-NON Meetings will be at St. Andrews Episcopal Church (Educational Building) Thursdays at 8 p.m. This will continue every week at the same time and location. Blood Pressure Screening Rock of Ages Baptist Church, 3004 County Road, 2~skegee, will conduct blood pressure screening every sec- ond and fourth Sunday at 1:45 p.m. at the church. All are welcome. II II Electronic Medical Claim Submissions Cornerstone Pro[essional Billing Service EO. Box 3S74 Phenix City, AL 36868-3S74 (334) 480-4941 (334) 214~3702 Marilyn Dunnin~ Linda Carrillo "Over 30 Years Experience and Dedication" • • • • i i, ~ • • : COL~HJLTARI~ • Monogramming • • Embroidery & Telephone Jack Installation • By Joyce " and Repair. 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Zion Church It Just ~ I~l~rr" 727-3550 or 727-3601 Tuskegee Repertory Theatre, Inc Announces Registration For Ballet & Jazz Dance Classes (~-, s ~ ue) For 2000-2001 Stmo~ ( &Ttembrr 5 - May 31) Registration DEADLINE - AUGUST 21, 2000 Place: The Je~ie CJinmn Arts Centre 201 South Main Street • Tmkegee, Alabama Pleme CMI For A Reglstratio~ At~i~rmem Or For A’i~itiomd ln~rnutti~(£.~) 727-6046 • • OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO TUSI(EGEI I LI SIC CAMARAN N,='rw RK EXCURSIONS FASHIONS ~~ .We Porsonalize T"rips For- Designer C,othin,g *Churches Social Oroanizations Fraternities .... .Seniors .Sports Events .Sororities .Birthdays Specializi'nginUniforms Top Quaiily at'Discounted Prices *Holiday Festivities *Beach Bums ,School Field 72 7-4 046 TAPES, CD s & MORE Trips .Cu,u~a~ Eve,ts .Fsm,y Reu, ions 1 17 SOUTH MAIN STREET a.. 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