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Page B-3, The Tuskegee News, October 19, 2000 notice: All announce- in The ~skegee News dater than NOON Monday of the announcement is to for your cooperation. Open House Physical Medicine and Department at Alabama Veterans Health in Tuskegee to "Open House Oct. 25, from 11 Building 120-4W. TIMS Homecoming Institute Middle Homecoming game Nov. 1. The game at 6 p.m. at the Booker High School football around-the-track parade at 5:30 p.m. The entire especially the alumni of to enjoy this Baby LifeSpan to Hear Marilee Tankersley monthly meeting for Hospital's LifeSpan: will be Thursday, At 10 a.m. This month's fea- Mar:lee Tankersley, of Laughter." is the Alabama Extension System for Elmore County and several interesting pro- 10 will be in the Education at Community Hospital in senior adults are invit- this informative pro- more information, call Hospital at (334) 283- Seelm Contestants Alabama Veterans Health (CAVHCS) is seeking for the Ms. VA Pageant that will be held Tuesday, Nov. 7, at 7 p.m. in the Theater, Building 90 on the East Campus. Contestants must be at least 16 years of age. Participants will be judged on dance introduction number, beach attire, talent, and evening wear. Poplar bal- lots cast by the veterans will select Ms. VA. To register as a conte~stant, contact Voluntary/Recreation Service at 727- 0550, ext. 3418 or 3979 by Oct. 30. THA Adult Basketball Sign up today for the Tuskegee Housing Authority's Adult Basketball league. Teams can regis- ter at the THA Life Development center at 250 Benson Ave. For more information call Ronald Crawford or Suzann Jackson at 727-7400. Women Veterans Day Program The staff of the VA Central Alabama Veterans Health Care System (CAVHCS) is planning for the Annual Women Veterans Day Celebration on Thursday, Nov. 9, 9 a.m.-noon. The formal program will be held in the Theater, Building 90, on the East Campus, Tuskegee. The theme is, "Millennium Woman, Taking Care of Herself." There will be a spedal salute and tribute made to the women veterans who served in the armed forces dur- ing the Desert Storm/Shield era. An enjoyable day has been planned espe- cially for you. The cemmittee pledges to provide you with information regarding Veterans Affairs issues and other women health issues. Our pledge is to respond to questions that you present and to ensure that your visit at CAVHCS is filled with fun. A benefits counselor will be available for brief discussions following the program. Please call (334) 727-0550, ext. 3930 if plan to attend the Women Veterans Day Program. National Association of Retired Federal Employees The monthly meeting of National Association of Retired Federal Employees (NARFE) will be held on Thursday, Oct. 19, at Whispering Oaks Buffet Restaurant in Ford's Crossing at 10 a.m. Tuskegee-Macon YMCA Day of Football Program Tuskegee-Macon County YMCA Youth Football program is in full swing. We have six teams represent- ing Tuskegee-Macon County in the Montgomery YMCA Association Football I.~ague. Two new teams have joined the Tuskegee-Macon County YMCA Youth Football pro- gram from the Shorter community. This year's teams are Red hot... Currently three teams are undefeat- ed at 3- 0 the 11-12 year old Scoring for Life team, the 10-year-old Red Storm team, and the 6-7 Scoring for Life team are in the early running for playoff bids. All six teams are faring very well with seven games remaining. We welcome The Tuskegee-Macon County Community to join us on Oct. 21, from 8 a.m. to 3 p.m. at Tuskegee's Booker T. Washington High School for our Day of Football program that features four youth games, concessions, family fun and a whole lot more. Come out and show your support as we continue our win- ning tradition. The Tuskegee Macon County YMCA will have a One Day Boys and Girls Youth Basketball Registration at the Booker T. Washington High School Football field on Oct. 21. The deadline for youth basketball regis- tration will be on November 14. Thank you for supporting The Tuskegee Macon County YMCA Youth Basketball Program. BTW Band Boosters to host Heritage Festival: Battle of the Bands The finest high school marching bands from across the states of Alabama and Georgia will be com- peting in the 3rd Annual Heritage Festival/Battle of the Bands on Oct. 21, at Cleve L. Abbott Memorial Alumni Stadium on the historic cam- pus Of Tuskegee Univemity. The fea- tured exhibition band will be Booker T. Washington Marching Aristocrat Band. Food concessions and pro- grams will be available inside the stadium. Gates will open at 10 a.m. Admission $5 and children 5 and under FREE. For further informa- tion, you may contact Ms. Debbie Morris, President, Aristocrat Band Boosters or Mrs. lVlrya K. Rhoden, Director of Bands, at 727-0441. Community Hospital Foundation Golf Tournament Picture this ... a perfect October afternoon ... blue skies ... green rolling hius set beside a beautifiJl lake ... and there you are with your goff dubs! The Community Hospital Foundation is hosting a benefit golf tournament on Friday, Oct. 20, at Stfliwaters Resort on Lake Martin. The tournament will be a four-player scramble with a noon shotgun start on the Tradition Course. Entry fee is $100 per player. Prizes include $500 to the first place team, $400 for second place, and $300 for third place. There will be other prizes given, as well as two hole-ln-one contests. A lucky golfer at Hole #7 (181 yards) could win a $25,000 cash prize. A hole-in-one at Hole #12 (137 yards) awards a choice of $500 cash, a set of Ping ISI irons (2-PW), or $500 credit in the golf shop. Proceeds from the event will assist the Community Hospital Foundation, a non-profit corporation, in its goal to renovate patient rooms and purchase new equipment. For more information, call Mike Wells at Community Hospital (334) 283-6541. CVCC Community Concert The first in the series of Community Concerts hosted by Chattahoochee Valley Community College will be held Friday, Oct. 20, 7:30 p.m., Lakewood Baptist Church, 4011 Lakewood Drive, Phenix City. The concert will feature The Columbus Academy Music Faculty. Tickets are $3 for students and $5 general admission. Tickets are avail- able at the door. Women Flag Football There will be only one game played, Saturday, Oct. 21, at 1 p.m. on the Tuskegee University Football Field. Deadline to sign up is Oct. 10, There is no cost to sign up. For more information, contact Charlar Barnes (334) 727-7316. Practice will be Saturday, Oct. 14 on the field. This is sponsored by the ladies of Zeta Phi Beta Sorority, Inc. Alpha Xi Zeta Chapter. Annual Awards and Installation Banquet Tuskegee Optimist Club will hold its Annual Awards and Installation Banquet on Friday, Oct. 13, at 7:30 p.m. at the Tuskegee Municipal Complex. Information and tickets ($15.00) can be secured from Sceiva Holland, President, Willie Haygood, President, Willie Burnett, Treasurer, or any Optimist Club member. The public is invited. Aerobics Instructor Needed at YMCA Tuskegee Macon County YMCA is seeking an aerobics instructor to con- duct low impact and high impact aer- obics classes. The individual must be knowledgeable, dependable, self motivated and flexible with reliable transportation. Applications can be picked up at Abbott Park, Monday through Friday from 8 a.m.-5 p.m. No phone calls please. DHR Back-to-School Project The Macon County of DHR is spen- soring a Back-to-School Project in an effect to provide clothing and school supplies for foster and other needy children for this school year. The fol- lowing are ways in which you can help: cash contributions (tax deductible) or donating school sup- plies. Cash donations will be used to purchase clothing and school sup- plies. For more information about Back-To-School Project contact any- one on the committee: Sula Thomas 727-4337, Hattye Yates 727-0672, Bertha Jones 727-4215, Cerise Butler 727-4652, Malinda Johnson 727-7150, Walter Thomas 727-6995, Carolyn Knight 727-6686, Mary Ligon 727-4798, Imuise Fields 727- 0006, or Mable Williams 727-1769. Project Child Find The Macon County Board of Education has once again launched its Project Child Find Campaign. This is an on-going campaign, which is conducted to identify children and youth birth through 21 years of age with disabilities. If you know of any child or youth with disabilities please notify: Mrs. Fannie Sharpe Adams, Special Education Supervisor, 501 South School Street, P.O. Box 830090, Tuskegee, AL 360t~3, (334) 727-1600 Disabled Vets Meeting Disabled American Veterans Chapter 14 will meet each second Sunday at the Sojourner Community Center at 4 p.m. Please attend these important meetings. :Call Ben Rackley for more information. FoodSource Signup FoedSource is a community-based, self-help program, which builds com- munities through community service and the distribution of.a monthly food package. Foodseurce is available to everyone. If you eat, you qualify! Anyone can participate in FoodSource by paying $19.50 for a standard unit, or $29.50 for a premi- um unit (more meat), and by pledg- ing two hours of service to the com- munity. For further information please contact the Macon County Retired And Sen:dr Volunteer office at 724-2605 or 724-2606: " YOUR BUSINESS SHOULD BE ON THIS PAGE EACH WEEK. CALL FOR DETAILS t Tuskegee Tutorials "School After-School" Your Child Ceth Up And Keep Up/ ~=ooMl! Offer Erode 8~t~er 3O, ' Thim Ad And Your Child'. Progrwaul Report For $$$ Spmclal Savlnge $$$ MARILYN HOYTT TODAY! } 727-5812 - 727-5812 * 727-5812 & ~Tltb'r8 Telephone Jack Installation and Repair. Other Services Available Teney....'For A Job Well Done!" (334} 727-2845 or 1-800-291-5425 261-7725 125 Westside Street Tuskegee, AL 727-4046 *Homecoming November 4th *Tuskegee University Golden Tigers vs Lane .Designer Clothing *Accessories eeown$ *Dresses *Suits MIGNONE FASHIONS 727-4046 YOUR BUSINESS SHOULD BE ON THIS PAGE EACH WEEK. CALL FOR DETAtLS The Tuskegee Theatre, Inc. Still Casting For New Play "Run Johnny Run" by Johnny Ford & Dyann Robinson For Further Information c,m 727-6046 F.R.EE DESSEm @ CAMARAN W,th Purchase EXCURSIONS of ANY Value Meal at Burger -We Personalize Trips For- Churches .Social Organizations .Fraternities King -Seniors .Sports Events .Sororities .Birthdays Holiday Festivities .Beach Bums .School Field Trips .Cultural Events .Family Reunions Ann Ford Bell& Marian Ford Garmon, Owners Phone: (334) 727-5961 Fax: (3,34) 727-5962 MAD WINGS YOUR BUSINESS SHOULD BE ON THIS PAGE EACH WEEK'. CALL FOR DETAILS 727-3020 Back To School niforms 203-B West Montgomery Road Inside Of The A#t Connection Tuskegee, Alabama 36083 (334) 724-7238 Polo Shirts, Tees, P.E. Uniforms & Jackets ,TUMBO I:>RUMMETTE$ $.25EA. ,I~MBO WHOLE W11~$ $.60 EA. ~14E ~ '-~oF THE ~,,N~> CALL 727-7359