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Page 10 -The Michigan Daily - Monday, February 26, 1990

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The University of Michigan Union February 26 to March 4,1990
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Student Organization
Development Center
Winter 1990 Workshop Series
"NOT FOR LEADERS ONLY"

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The Student Organization Development Center (SODC)
presents its 1990 Winter Workshop Series. You are in-
vited to attend one or all of our workshops. To reserve
your space for all or any one workshop, please call the
SODC office at 763-5900, Monday - Friday from
8:00am- 5:00pm. Reservations requested.
"Where Have All the Members Gone?"
February 28, 4-6pm
North Campus Commons
South East Room
Is your organization wondering what's happening to its
membership or needs to recruit new blood? This workshop
is designed to assist students with recruitment and reten-
tion of members. This workshop focuses on developing
new and interesting ways of keeping members active in
the organization and how to present an image that attracts
other students to seek involvement with your organization.

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"My personal goal for this class is to make a difference. The reason
I chose the "Saying No to Alcohol and Drugs" section is because I feel that
education is the best method of prevention. I would like to be a part of a
program that helps children make better decisions when it comes to peer
pressure and substance abuse. I want to know that children can handle the
pressure Igrew up with because I know how difficult it can be."
"This class has been going well so far. In regards to the children
themselves...They seem to know much more than I expected. I was shocked.
to hear the words "cocaine" and "crack" from the mouths of 4th graders. I
have a concern about the role plays. The kids want to play the pushers: there
seems to be a hesitancy when asked to be the one who is being pressured.
I am wondering whether it's because of being called "chicken" or "wimp" or if
they are intimidated by their peers."
"Our last site visit was very encouraging...We visited with 3rd graders..
Don't let the age fool you, the kids knew about drugs and alcohol. It was
interesting to me that some kids actually told us that their parents smoked pot.
One girl even mentioned that her mom had a plant."
"The site before this one was also very resting. We visite ith a
learning disability class. Although there were y ids, they were re
disruptive than a class of 25. The children se ed to h ery limited
attention spans and they seemed not to under and respect rds the
speaker. There was one exception. This little y was very quie en-
tive but he seemed to lack organization of his th hts. This class w a real
learning experience. I now know that patience is important b eing firm
is necessary."z
"A very good point about the program is that it allows the children to
interact and become part of the presentation. They are learning from their
peers rather than just watching a movie. I feel that it reinforces their learning
when they participate."
"The only bad point about the program is that we don't know how to
react to children telling us that irparents use drugs. Should we just say
it's an example that isn't necessarily ht for them? Should we skip over it
because it isn't peer pressure? What ould we tell the teachers?"
-Sandy Choi, Fall '89 Student V nteer and Winter '90 Volunteer
Coordinator
"Saying No to Alcohol and Drugs" is e of over 35 service-learning opportuni-
ties that Project Community offe Chemical Dependency, Criminal Justice,
Education, and HealthGare. find out more, stop by our office at 2205
Michigan Union or call us at 3-3548 for more information. Hours are Monday-
Friday from 8-5. Registration for the Fall '90 term begins April 5.

His two decades of
performing have
eclipsed folk, rock, and
Li country music
7:30 and 10:00, The Ark
A Icem in onderland
A children's classic
Frda, March 2-
Sa turd ay, M rc 33
Friday, 7:30 and
Saturday, 2:00 - Lydia
Mendelssohn Theatre
To bil aMock ingbid
A profound drama as
relevant today as when
it was first written
Wedesda, March 7
Saturday, Mardi '
Wednesday-Saturday,
8:00 and Saturday, 2:00
Lydia Mendelssohn
Theatre
Maurizrio 1Plirni
One of the century's
great masters of the
piano
Fridlay, March 9
8:00 - Hill Auditorium
C:ontemporry
American Dance
kestival
A five-day showcase of
the latest and freshest
ideas in avant-garde
dance
Monday, March 12-
Friday, March 16
Monday-Thursday, 8:00
LydiarMendelssohn
Theatre
Friday, 8:00 - Power
Center
Moscow vPblharinonic
Music of Soviet compos-
ers performed by their
countrymen
afiray, March 7
8:00 - Hill Auditorium
Onceo Each
Ev ry Wdnedy
something classy hap-
pens at NIB Eateries
and Commons in the
North Ingalls Building.
Thore is special
/un ct mre buft Offbred
for only $4.95 per
person. Anyone can

enjoy Is noon hour
treat, so drive, wak, or
f/Ak th bu-bu

Th s group was created to ensure that the best interests of
shldren who must appear in court are being heard. Each year,
nearly 30U,000 abused, neglectn d, and abandoned children in
the U.S. find themaselves in court as cases which have a major
mnpaut on their Vives are hearo. Personnel n the overburdened
and complex our ystern Iften cannot find time to give them
the attent'on they need and deserve. You can help by being a
PAPA volunteer, wnrking with children in this area's courts,
Their next orientation begins March 1: call S.E.R.V.E. for more
[XCH ANGE CLUB PCENT ER FOR TH E PRB EENTlON
OF CH IL D ABUSE
Two programs in the area otfer Parent Aide programs for
parents, especially single mothers, who often feel frustrated and
alarm. These programs attempt to decrease the risk of child
abuse and neglect by providing friendship and support. These
Parent Aide Programs need volunteers to help out by providing
st~affn hp. Cali S.ELR.V.E. for more details.
There are also various other organizations in the Ann Arbor area
that work with children in areas other than abuse and neglect.
For more information (and to votunteer!) please call the
3.E.R. V. office at 936-2437, or stop by 2211 Michigan Union.
:fp~jp A ClAI PA CT/ON: PA SS IT ALONG

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THE
UNIVERSITY
CLUIBi
Mondl - Friday, 11-.2
Have you had lunch at the U-Cl
lately?
Monday - Friday, 4-8
Have a hilarious Happy Hour here!

One of many great
opportunities on this
campus that you may
not have known
about is the Student
Woodshop. It is
well-equipped for
cabinet and furniture
making, is right
nearby i n the
Student Activities
Building, and is
there for you to use.
But first you should
know how. So the
Woodshop is spon-
soring another
safety class on
Wednesday, February
28th from 3-5 pm.
Call Kurt Vosburgh
at 763-4025 for
more information.

Monday Evening
Happy Hour Movie at 7:00
myLittle Chickadee" with
W.C. Fields and Mae West,
$1.50 after 6:00

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Tuesday Evening
Live Band, 10'00
The Groovy $ss Merchants,
$3.00

Wednesday Evening
Live Band, 9:30
Trinidad Tripoli Steel Band
$4.00
Thursday Evening
UAC Soundstage,10-00
Live music with,
$3.00
Friday Evening
New Music Night, 10:00
withiD Tom Simonian, $3.00

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Saturday Evening
Yes, we're here! If you're stE
in town, stop by the U-Club
and hang out with us!
The University ub is a private club
for U-M students, faculty, staff,
alumni and their invited gue
Only members of legal drinkige
may purchase alcohol. ID required.

Project Community: where your learning makes a difference.

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