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Page 10- The Michigan Daily- Monday, January 22, 1990

The University of Michigan Union January22 to January 28, 1990

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dleton Room

This week, Arts at
Midday is presenting
Jessica John n who
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pi an o b06hur:
cal " D aid s tle r
the , Igt hi s
from 12:1 -12:45 on
Thursday, January
25th in the Pendleton
Room on the second
floor of the Union.
First enjoy some lunch
at the MUG or the
U-Club and then come
enjoy the free music.
When it Snows and
Blows, E Ia tNIB
Whygo out at non?
braving the elemrents,
when you can djne .n
style at Nh N cEt s
and Commons n7 s
Wednesdy, p'an t
feast at the noon sp cIal
buffet. The North inasd
Building ishere ar..he
eatng takes pace, nun
all for only $9 pfer
person.
Study Lounge
Needs Volunteers
The perfect job: study while you
work. Volunteer to be a monitor
in the historic and peaceful
Michigan Union Study Lounge.
When the demands of the job
are minimal, you can do your
own studying. If you're inter-
ested, call the Scheduling Office
at 763-5911.
Wrin the
Volunteer Spirit
Award!
The Ulniversty of Michgan
and..General iMotrs Cor-
poroto il recognie
hre U of M students wh0o
ho vebeen OUTSTANDING
VOLUNTEERS4 whohave
given tiher time and effort.
to improve student life the
University or the commu-
nity. The tihree will receie
the G MV utSpir
Award which ncldes a
plaque signed by resdent
Dudersadt anid the Char;
main of1the Board of GM
and three shres ofGM
Common Sockc.

Curre.... tly....e.. rolled..... ful... -time...
studt b o.heUlv ie
ar~en vailable.incthe dSu-
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NTED: Volunteers to Assist the Elderly
REWARD: owledge, experience,
sen of accomplishment,
satisfa 'on, love
The Elderly Outreach Program, a anch of Project S.E.R.V.E.,
is on the lookout for students who c spend a couple of hours
each week sharing good tinmes with an Ider individual in the
community. The program works with six encies in Ann Arbor
with varying duties: you could run errands, it and visit, plan
activities for groups, or use YOUR creative idas!
FRIENDLY VISITOR PROGRAM: Work one-to-one with the
homebound elderly and handicapped, bringing social interac-
tion into the home. .
ADULT DAY CARE CENTER: Frail elderly clients who are
unable to live independently take part in various activities
during the day in a warm, homelike environment.
WOODMONT OF ANN ARBOR: This convalescent center
needs volunteers to make house calls to clients and help with
general activities such as crafts, games, and outings.
VETERAN'S ADMINISTRATION EXTENDED CARE FACILITY:
This center near North Campus rehabilitates clients who have
sustained mental or physical impairments while serving in the
armed forces.
TURNER GERIATRIC CLINIC NURSING HOME ENRICH-
MENT PROGRAM: Share your skills in creative writing, drama,
art, music, and life history interviewing with these clients in 12
long-term care facilities and two adult foster care homes.
COMMUNITY COUNCILS ASSOCIATION: Volunteers can
work in a variety of nursing home settings.
Upcoming training:
1 - CSS Parent Aide Program and SOS Cri Center
2 - University Hospital Orientation: Tuesd , January 23, 4-5
and Monday, February 5, 7-8
3 - S.A.F.E. House Domestic Violence Project: January 19
For more information (and to volunteer!) please call the
S.E.R.V.E. office at 936-2437, or stop by 2211 Michigan
Union.
HELPING IS A CHAIN REACTION: PASS IT ALONG
It's Not Too Late
for ,Proeject Community!
Two, three, and four credit opportunities are still
available in Sociology 389 or Education 3 17. Learn,
earn credit, AND help people in the community who need
you. Project Community offers service-learning courses
in Chemical bpendency, Criminal Justice, Health Care,
and Education,
Stop by our office in 2205 Michigan Union for more
information or, call 3-3548 . Our hours are Monday
through Friday, 8 AM-5 PM.
Project Community: where service and learning inter-
sect.,
L eadership America:
Future Leaders Apply
Here

Ann Arbor Folk Festival Hits Town
The thirteenth Ann Arbor Folk Festival will feature some of folk music's foot-stomping-est
entertainers. This first class event is a full evening of great music. Featured are Sweet
Honey in the Rock (5 women singing potent and awesome a capella African, Afro-
American, and Caribbean music); Michael Hedges (a brilliant acoustic guitarist); Loudon
Wainwright III (a prolific, biting, controversial, eloquent songwriter/performer); Josh White,
Jr. (gifted and well-travelled folk-blues and gospel singer); Alain Lamontagne (brings
chromatic harmonica and Quebecois step dancing); Robin and Linda Williams (per-
formers in the Appalachian tradition of close harmony and simplicity); Alison Krauss and
Union Station ("the hottest, most sought-after new bluegrass band today"); Free Hot
Lunch (eclectic, funny acoustic trio); Joel Mabus (a hot picker with a "Folk-a-billy" style);
and Owen McBride (classic Irish wit and an irresistible emcee).
Obviously you must be in the audience for this event! The festival is on Saturday, January
27 at 6:00 in Hill Auditorium, proudly sponsored by the U of M Office of Major Events.
Tickets are on sale now at the Michigan Union Ticket Office, Herb David's, Schoolkids,
and Ticketmaster for $19.50 and $17.50. To charge by phone, call 763-TKTS.

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763-TKTS

Open every day

Harold S. Kushner
The author of When Bad Things Happen to Good People
Tuesday, January 23
7:30 - Hillel
Kodo
These masters play traditional Japanese drums from tiny to
gigantic
Friday, January 26 and Saturday, January 27
8:00 - Power Center
Hungarian State Folk Ensemble
A dazzling kaleidoscope of color and sound
Wednesday, January 31
8:00 - Hill Auditorium
A Lesson from Aloes
South African author Athol Fugard has written a compelling
portrait of a society caught in the grip of a police state
Thursday, February 1-Saturday, February 17
8:00 - Ann Arbor Civic Theatre
The St. Olaf Choir
The international measure of excellence in a capella singing
Saturday, February 3
8:00 - Hill Auditorium
Voice of the Turtle
The folk music of the Separdim, the Jews of Spain and Portugal
Saturday, February 3
8:00 - Hillel
Warsaw Philharmonic
This world-renowned ensemble will feature pianist Zoltan
Kocsis
Wednesday, February 7
8:00 - Hill Auditorium

"Asian and
American: To
Strike a Balance"
Artworks representing a
broad spectrum of media
and individual styles will
color the walls of the Art
Lounge from now through
February 2. The exhibit
of art by Asian students
from the University is
sponsored by the U of M
Asian Students Coalition
and Arts and Programming.
Art Lounge is on the first
floor of the Union. Stop by
soon!
id ent Groups
One of the best things about
being part of a MSA-recog-
nized student organization is
that SOAS (Student Organi-
zation Accounts Service)
offers you an MTS request
account at no charge. MTS
can be used for:
*Conferencing on campus
*Messaging around the world
*Access to many database
programs * Printing maga-
zines and newsletters
*MORE!
Apply for an MTS account at
the SOAS Office, G513
Michigan Union, or call 763-
5767 for more information.
P.S.- Your student group
does not need to have an
SOAS account in order to get
an MTS account through
SOAS.

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Monday-Friday, 11-2
Monday-Friday, 4-8
Monday Evening
Tuesday Evening
Wednesday Evening
Thursday Evening
Friday Evening
Saturday Evening

The U-Club is the place to be for luncheon

Stop by for a Happy Hour: see all your old friends from last term
Join us for Monday Night Football on the GIANT screen!
Movie: "Willy Wonka"

U.S. College Comedy Competition
UAC Soundstage TBA
New Music Night with DJ Tom Simonian: C,
give-aways!
Reggae (and more) with DJ Tom Simonian

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