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The Tuskegee News, September 12, 1996, Page 11 Night For Scouting School Night for be Thursday, Sept. at Washington Public Public Schools. The will include new Tiger Cubs, ages first and second Public); Cub Scouts, through Scouts, ages 10 1/2-16, dx through 10. At Public registration primarily Tiger Cubs, scouts may register primarily include Boy and Cub Scouts. fee for all boys is $7 desiring Boys Life will pay $7.80. Parents boys at both and Troop leaders along with scout to register the boys. Macon County County Retired will hold its at St. Andrew's Church Thursday, Sept. Education series is scheduled each first Friday of the month from noon-1 p.m. at St. Andrews Episcopal Church. Adrianne C. Lee, R.N., M.S.N., is facilitator. Health Education with Diabetes Health TIHS Class of 1982 The Tuskegee Institute Class of 1982 is having an organizational meeting for its 15th year class reunion. All members of the class are asked to meet at 309 Fonville Street, Thursday, Sept. 12, at 7 p.m. If you have questions, you may contact Cassandra Sellers, 727-7745; or Stanley F. Gray, 724- 9276. Tuskegee City Planning Commission The Tuskegee City Planning Commission will meet Tuesday, Sept. 24, 1996, at 5 p.m. in the Gomillion Building. A public hear- ing will be held on the following requests for zonings: Application No. 96-1 to rezone lots 173, 174 and 175, Webb Subdivision, Willow Park, located at the South end of Webb Street, Tuskegee, Alabama from R-1 to R-3. Application 96-2 to zone 1.5 acres of land located at Old Columbus Road to B-1. AAUW-Tuskegee Branch AhmmiClub The American Association of Local Alumni Club University Women, Tuskegee Sunday, Sept. 22 at the Branch, will hold a Full- ion Chamblies Street at 3 Membership Roundup, Sunday, students and gradu- Sept. 22, at 3 p.m. at the Tuskegee The clubhouse is University Alumni House. behind the Bookstore. FFA and 4-H Steer Show Participants Now's the time to select your calf for the 1997 FFAC and 4-H Steer Show. The steer should be on grain feed by Oct. 1, 1996 and remain on i~eed until the county show in March. For more information on the County Steer Show, please c~!l John S. Pulliam at 727-0340. Tuskegee-Macon YMCA After School Program The Tuskegee-Macon County YMCA is now accepting applica- tions for its After School Program. The Program cost is $20 per week for 1~skegee-Macon County YMCA members and $45 per week for non-,members (membership fee $40). The YMCA provide a well- rounded educational program as well as snacks and recreation. Sign up at Abbott Park Center before the available slots are gone. For more information, contact Rodney Williams, Tuskegee-Macon County YMCA Program Director, at (334) 724-2187 from 9 a.m. until 5 p.m. Macon County RSVP FoodSource The Macon County RSVP FoodSource signup is until Sept. 13, 1996. Distribution Day will b e Saturday, Sept. 28, from 8-10 a.m. Please bring your boxes to sign up at the following places: Macon County RSVP Office, Macon County Community Action Office, Nebraska Missionary Baptist Church, Towncreek Nutrition Site, Sojourner Nutrition Site or Notasulga Nutrition Site. Search for Ms. Senior Alabama 1997 The Macon County RSVP is searching for senior citizens age 60 and above to run for Ms. Senior Alabama 1997. Contestants must have been residents of the area that they represent for a minimum of three months. They must be of good moral character and shall possess talent, poise, personality, intelligence, charm and that inde- finable thing called inner beauty, stemming from life's experience and be a citizen of the United States. The talent could be singing, dancing, playing a musical instru- ment, performing a dramatic read- ing, displaying art work, fashion design, reading original poetry, writing, or giving a talk on a spe- cial subject. For more information, call (334) 724-2605 or 724-2606, or by mailing to Macon County RSVP, Suite 004-101 East Northside Street, Tuskegee, AL 36803-1731. The office is located at 210 Elm Street. The Ms. Senior Alabama Pageant will be at John Carroll High School, Birmingham, Saturday, March 22, at a time to be announced. DHR Seeking Foster Families The Macon County Department of Human Resources is seeking fos- ter families for children. If you like young people and enjoy being a parent, please call the agency at (334) 727-1960. Ask for Mrs. Lelia M. Tullos, resource social worker. Supportive services and financial support is provided. Tuskegee Alli~/nce for the Mentally Ill Support Group The Tuskegee Alliance for the Mentally Ill will meet from 6-7:30 p.m. at Grace Community Mental Health Center, 106 Maple Street, Tuskegee, on the third Thursday of each month. These meetings are for families who have members with mental illness and need a support group to help them cope with a sometimes difficult situa- tion. The meetings are open and members do not have to attend every month to stay active, only as the need arises. For more informa- tion, call 724-9080. Tuskegee-Macon County YMCA The Tuskegee-Macon County YMCA is seeking energetic individ- uals to fill counselor positions full and part-time employment. Applications will be available at Abbott Park Center only on Tuesday and Thursday between 12:30 and 1:30 p.m. For more infor- mation call 724o2187. Cost-Share Applications The Macon County Soil and Water Conservation District is accepting 1997 cost-share applica- tions. Come by the office located in the USDA Building, 106-1 Torrence Road, Tuskegee or call (334) 72%4001. No-till, terrace sys- tems, livestock water holes, crop- land protective cover and refor- estation are a few of the practices available under this program. Programs and assistance of the Macon County Soil and Water Conservation District and natural resources conservation service are available without regard to race, creed, color, sex, age or national origin. Tuskegee-Macon County Head Start Applications are being taken for Tuskegee-Macon County Head Start for children in East Macon communities of Little Texas, Brownville, Oak Grove, Society Hill, Hickory Grove and Darlington. Applications for the program that is a comprehensive child development program for low income children ages 3 and 4 and their families is at the Head Start Central Office, 501 South School Street, Tuskegee. The phone is 724-2116. Medicaid eligible fami- lies are encouraged to apply. Special services are available for children with disabling conditions. Please bring the following docu- ments: child's birth certificate; cer- tificate of immunization %lue slip"; child's Medicaid card if applicable; child's Social Security card; docu- mentation of special needs if applicable; income verification W-2 form, child support statement from courthouse, or letter from Department of Human Resources verifying monthly income and let- ter of documentation from employ- ee8. Going into Business Workshop The Alabama Department of Revenue invites anyone starting a new business in Alabama to attend its free "Going into Business" workshop at 3 p.m. or 6 p.m. Thursday, Sept. 5, in Parisian's Community Room, Montgomery Mall, East South Boulevard, Montgomery. Participants will be given step-by-step instructions on completin~ necessary tax forms and useful handouts on business tax information. Reservations are not necessary: Please call (334) 242-2677 in Montgomery for work- shop information.. Sunday 7 PM .... NOW OPEN C & S Tune- Up, Inc. "YOU'VE GOT THE POWER SHOW" Ncw Tinle "Ncw Station WBIL 58O AM Wednesdays 12 noon - 2 p.m Hosted by Olllar Xcal 206 E. MLK Hwy. Tuskegee 724-0588 Tune- Ups ,Oil Changes ,Transmission Service fffY/PLOYW WOR fANDIDA THI: CITY OF TUSKEGEE EMPLOYEE ASSOCIATION IS STILL THE FOLLOWING CANDIDATES FOR THE UPCOMING MUNICI- ELECTION AND THEY ARE: MAYOR ........................................... JOHNNY FORD COUNCIL PLACE #4 ...................... LOUIS MAXWELL THE MEMBERS OF THE EMPLOYEE ASSOCIATION URGE GO TO THE POLLS ON SEPTEMBER 17, 1996 AND VOTE FOR THESE CANDIDATES. PRESIDENT OF TUSKE6EE EI'IPLOYEE ASSOCIATION IqOORE, PRESIDENT OF TUSKEf:EE EMPLOYEE ,aSSOCIATION PAID POL ADV. BY TUSKEGEE CITY EMPLOYEES ASSOCIATION Carmack's Specials: September 9-14 Ribeye Steak - Family Pack .......................................................... lb. $3.79 Boneless Shoulder Roast .............................................................. lb. $1.49 One Half Loin Pork Chops ............................................................ lb. $1.69 Chicken Wings - Family Pack .......................................................... lb. 79 Chicken Livers ..................................................................... .................. lb. 49 Zeigler Bacon ................................................................................ 12 oz.$1.99 Zeigler Parti-Pups ......................................................................... 12 oz. 79 Coca Cola Products ....................................................... 24 pack cans $5.49 Trend Detergent .............................................................................. 28 oz. 89 Hunts Ketchup ............................................................................. 32 oz. $1.19 Our Family Salmon ....................................................... , ........... 14 3/4 oz. 99 Maxwell House Coffee ...................................................... 13 oz. bag $1.99 Bush's Best Baked Beans ............................................................. 28 oz. 99 Kellogg's Froot Loops ............................................................... lS oz. $2.19 Jif Peanut Butter ........................................................................ 18 oz. $1.49 Ajax Dishwashing Liquid ............................................................. 22 oz. 99 Schlitz .......................................................................... 12 pack cans $3.99 Pet Frozen Pies ............... . ......................................................... 14 oz. 99 l -" nlt '"--"'-T""" ~.J~J~il~ GROCERY Gpen Mon.-Sat. 7:30-6 p.m. DRIVE A LITTLE - Correction Right, Relerved SAVE A LOTI III IIIII I II I II I I IIII