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Page 8 -The Michigan Daily - Monday, March 26, 1990
The University of Michigan Union March 26 to April 1, 1990

Be Part of S.E.R.V.E. Week '90
Next week, April 2-7, is S.E.R.V.E. Week '90, six days to
celebrate community service at the University of Michigan.
This event will bring together volunteers with community
residents and organizations in need, and there are many
ways for faculty, students, and staff to get involved.
Consider these:
-"Quarters for Kids": A three-day fundraising campaign
next Tuesday- Thursday, April 3-5 on the Diag aimed at
raising money for several local agencies that serve homeless
children. Stop by and contribute or, better yet, help out by
passing the bucket! Contact the S.E.R.V.E. office, 2211
Michigan Union, or call 936-2347 to sign up.
-"Into the Streets": A day of service on Saturday, April 7 so
that volunteers can work together on one-time community
service projects set up throughout our area. Either call or
stop by the S.E.R.V.E. Office to sign up or visit our table on
the ground floor of the Michigan Union TODAY (Monday).
We will be there all day from 9-5.
-"A Day in the Life of Youth Service": This display will be
up for five days (April 2-6) in the first floor lobby of the
Michigan Union. See this Youth Service America/C.O.O.L
showing which celebrates youth service in America.,
-"Campus Service Opportunities Fair": Your chance to
meet with representatives from the many community service
and social action groups on campus. Stop by the Michigan
Union Ground Floor Mall on Friday, April 6 between 12-4 to
find out more.
-"President's Reception": A recognition reception honoring
those students who are presently involved in community
service. WHEN, WHERE, WHO??
Spring is here (more or less) and the time has come to help
someone in need. It is the perfect way to celebrate our lives

Put Project Community into your Fall
Are you thinking about new career directions and want to
try out some new ideas? Do you think you would want to
work with a particular population or in a certain setting?
Do you mostly want to be of service to the community,
maybe to kids or to the elderly? Are you feeling that the
usual head-tripping classroom experience is getting really
OLD? We have many options to make learning truly mean-
One rewarding experience can be AFTER-SCHOOL TUTOR-
ING and games with children at risk of falling through the
educational cracks. We work with kids from three low-
income housing sites, meeting with them at Angell and
Lawton schools and at Green-Clacier community center.
These are group projects, which means that all the U-M
students at a site go there together twice each week. Things
are never dull! Some quotes:
"After meeting with the children yesterday and seeing how
excited they got to be with the tutors, I feel great that I'm
'TA community social worker]... told us about the political prob-
lems, drug programs, and a great deal of other things. It was
kind of a quick socialization... I think the tutors and I benefitted a
great deal from it."
Project Community is a service-learning program that offers
two, three, and four credit opportunites in Sociology 389 and
Education 317. Placements ,are available at over 35 sites in
four different programs: Chemical Dependency, Criminal
Justice, Education, and #-lealth. Information and overrides for
the Fall '90 term will be-available on April 5. To find out more,
stop by our office at 2205 .Michigan Union or call us at 3-3548.
Hours are Monday-Friday ,from 8-5.
Project Community: where service and learning intersect.



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

How about lunch at the
U-Club today!
Happy Hour, drinks, munchies,
reruns, friends, fun, fun, fun
Reggae Night, 10:00: D.J. Tom
Simonian plays music and
gives away frea CDs!
All new Rap Night, 10:00:
D.J. Mark Feggins
UAC Laughtrack, 9:30: TBA
UAC Soundstage, 10:00:
Live music
New Music Night, 10:00: D.J.
Tom Simonian with free CD
give aways!
Live Music, 9:30: Detroit's own
group "The Regular Boys"


*********The University Club is a private club for U-M students,
faculty, staff, alumni and their invited guests. Only members of
legal drinking age may purchase alcohol. ID required.***"**

Be Tacky and Be Proud!
Admit it: you had just about given up hope of finding a home for
your designer lava lamp, your exquisite Elvis on black velvet,
and the cute latch-hook mushroom Aunt Ernestine gave you for
your birthday back in 1968. There IS hope, however. The
Third Annual Arts and ProgrammingTacky Sale Is back and
better than ever.
What a good opportunity to purchase gifts of "questionabl e
cultural and artistic value" for someflucky April Fool or that
special someone! (What a good opportunity to cien ovt the-
attic!) But first we must all donate our tacky best to make this a
very successful sale. Bring your most tacky goodies to the
drop box in 2211 Michigan Union, the Arts and Programmipg
Office. To find out more, including the definition of 'tacky" if
you are still just not sure, call them at 764-6498. Ask for Laura
Sagolla or Helen Welford to get the REAL lowdown. The sale
will be March 29 and 30 10am - 5pm in the Michigan Union,
ground floor mall.

Children's Art Honors
You have only two days left to
see this moving and exciting
show! More than 30,000
children from 40 countries
submitted their work to a
competition honoring the 20th
anniversary of the reunification
of Jerusalem. The prize-winning
paintings by the twelve winners
are being displayed now in the
Art Lounge on the second floor
of the Michigan Union.
Sponsored by Arts and Program-:
ming, the Institute of Faculty and
Students on Israel, and the
Israeli Embassy in Washington,
DC, this inspiring show will
appear from now to March 27th

How Safe are You with
The Student Woodshop is a
great place with all the right
equipment for making
wonderful things out of wood.
The people at the Woodshop
have just a few requests, and
one is that you know how to
work with wood safely before
you start. To get ready,
attend a safety class this
week on Saturday, March 31
from 9-1lam in the Student
Activities Building. Call Kurt
Vosburgh at 763-4025 for
more information.
Tap Room Jazz
Take a jazzy break from
Join us again this Sunday 4-7pm
for free jazz with Marietta Best &
Company in the Tap Room on the
ground floor of the Michigan
Union. There will also be a
spaghetti supper available which
includes salad, garlic bread
sticks and your choice of
beverage for $3.75.

Ticket Office
On sale now
Open every day
Aretha Franklin
"The Queen of Soul"
makes a rare concert
Saturday, March 31
8:00 - Hill Auditorium
Academy of St. Martins-in-
This renowned string
ensemble plays with
excellence and exuber-
Sunday, April 1
8:00 - Hill Auditorium
Adrienne Rich
One of this country's great
Sunday, April 1
7:30 - Hillel
The Feld Ballet
Dancers who "soar and
plunge with daring across
the stage"
April 4 and 5
8:00 - Power Center
Jim Cullum Jazz Band
A golden opportunity to
hear the best of traditional
Saturday, April 7
8:00 - Power Center

Saickbuts andi Gain-
bas Spotted in U nion
Arts cit Mid-day will featujre
some ancient andi unusual
intruments at this week' s
concert. The Aca~demy of
Early Music will perform
S. ... .............essance-era music for
voice, recorder, Vi~d a
gaim bcaCand sookb.ut. This:
Is not your run-of-the-mll
fare, so be prepared for a
treait, The Academy will
appear on Thujrsda~y,
March 29from 1215 12:45:
in the Pendleton Room on
the secondi floor of the
Union, To find out more
about sacklbut$, come to
this free con~cert (after an
early lunch at the U-Clu
or the MUG, of cou~rse),

"Not for Leaders
Only" - Workshops
for Everyone!
The Student Organization
Development Center has
some great ideas for how to
improve your professional
life. The 1990 Winter
Workshop Series will give
you just the right focus.
This week, join in "The Art
of Making the Deal" from 7-
9pm on Wednesday, March
28 in 2209 A & B Michigan
Union. Learn to master the
art of negotiating anything
from simple contracts and
fees for guest speakers and
programs to negotiating
with members of your
To reserve your space,
please call the SODC office
at 763-5900 Monday-Friday
from 8-5. Reservations are

Emerging Leader
Program Announces
Group Leaders
The Student Organization
Development Center would
like to congratulate the
following individuals who
have been selected as Group
Leaders for the 1990
Emerging Leader Program.
We look forward to working
with you!
Geri Alumit
Kelly Fitzpatrick
Joy Goldberg
Philip Green
Valerie Guenther
Lissy Kotick
Bob Malleck
Julie Mangurten
Charles McClinton, Jr.
Cheryl McPhilimy
Amada Sue Niskar
Karl Seichter
Elisa Song
J.P Wallace

The NIB Buffet is for
What's for lunch THIS
Wednesday at NIB Eateries
and Commons in the North
Ingalls Building? Check out
the Turkey a la King on a Puff
Pastry Shell or Rice, Pasta
Salad, and Assorted Rolls
with Butter. It sounds great
and the price is right: only
$4.95 per person.

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North Campus Com-
mons:Great Jazz
Di you4 know that North~
Campus Commons, this
an~d every Weneda~yi
the scene for some grea*t
Jazz sunds? Sounds like
these are theaefc
accompanim1ent toyour
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