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The Michigan Daily - Tuesday, September 15, 1998 - 7

HOUSING
*tinued from Page 1
)We're full, Tompkins said. "We've
accommodated most students on the
housing waiting list, taking the new stu-
dents first."
EMT J's housing office knew the class
sizes would increase, she said.
"We've expected this growth rate
because of the birth rate in the late '70s
and early '80s," Tompkins said.
[ versities may have to become more
se ect."
While Tompkins said EMU may
look into building new residence
halls, other Michigan schools face
other problems.
"We are physically running out of
classroom space," said Andy Beachnau,
director of Housing at Grand Valley
State University. "Since I started (in
1982), the student body has grown from
4,000 to about 16,700."
Oespite the large incoming class this
year, Grand Valley has also managed to
provide 99 to 100 percent of the first-
year students with housing.
Jon Schaffer, Ferris State's associate
director of housing, also reported school
housing as full.
"This year, the growing number of
freshmen seems to be a state and
region-wide trend," Schaffer said. "In

the first couple weeks of school we
found spaces for everyone."
Ferris students looking for housing
had to temporarily share rooms with
students in singles.The students in the
singles were rewarded with $100 book-
store gill certificates.
In the first few weeks of class, many
schools do not have housing for every-
one, Schaffer said.
Some students are admitted to multi-
ple schools and decide to attend one uni-
versity at the last minute. Consequently,
housing departments are left in the dark
at the beginning of the term.
In the first few weeks, housing offi-
cials find these empty spaces in the res-
idence halls and fill them as soon as
possible. Other Michigan schools notice
the growing number of entering students
but have not reported any problems at all.
Janeece Hayes, Programming
Coordinator for University Housing at
Oakland University, was also pleased
with Oakland's current housing state of
affairs.
"We're not overcrowded, and every-
one is accommodated," Hayes said.
"The number of freshmen is going up
and our goal is to build more housing.
We're leaning toward apartments or off-
campus housing for the upperclassmen
and reserving the dorms for the fresh-
men."

Alternative

Weekends kicks off

with mass meeting tonight

By Josh Kroot
For the Daily
Students interested in participating in Alternative
Weekends, can learn more about the community ser-
vice program at a mass meeting tonight at 5 p.m. in
Aud. 2 of the Modem Languages Building.
Alternative Weekends is a branch of Project
SERVE's Alternative Breaks program, which also
organizes Alternative Spring Break.
"One of the goals of Alternative Weekends is to focus
on the local communities," said David Waterhouse, co-
director of Project SERVE. "We do a lot of volunteer
work in Ann Arbor, Ypsilanti and Detroit."
For eight years, Project SERVE, the University's on-
campus community service organization, has been
leading community service trips to sites across the
country, through their popular spring break program.
Through this program, participants can spend a
week working with AIDS patients in New York, help-
ing Haitian refugees in Miami, or volunteering for the
United Farm Workers Union in San Juan.
For those not willing to commit their entire spring
vacation to community service, Project SERVE offers
the Alternative Weekends program, in which students

spend three to four weekends per semester volunteer-
ing at sites throughout the Midwest.
Tonight's mass meeting will kick ofH the sixth year
of the program, which in the past had sites at a camp
for the disabled in Greenville, Michigan and a pro-
gram in Detroit that assists elderly people.
This year, the program will expand to include sites
in Chicago and Ohio. More than 200 students partici-
pated last year, and program organi/ers say that num-
ber could double this year.
Alternative Weekends was formed in 1992 by stu-
dents who had participated in Alternative Spring lreak
and wanted a more localized program that would allow
them to volunteer throughout the school year.
Unlike Alternative Spring Break, which requires a
year-long commitment, participants in Alternative
Weekends volunteer their time on a per-semestcr basis.
Volunteers are grouped into teams of about 12 people.
Each team focuses on a specific site for the entire
semester, and team members are expected to atteind all
of the monthly site visits. In addition, participants
attend bi-weekly meetings to plan upcoming trips. Each
volunteer is also expected to raise S100 for their site.
"One of the great things about Alternative

Weekends is the total immersion of the volunteers at a
single sight' said Greg Garza, an Engineering sopho-
more who has participated in both Alternative
Weekends and Alternative Spring Break. "Alternative,
Weekends actually builds better bonds between people
than Alternative Spring Break because you work with
the same people every month.
"The program allows students to get out of Ann
Arbor for a while and experience the rest of the
world," said LSA sophomore Kenny Miller, who vol-
unteered last year with Project Save, a program that
assists the elderly in Detroit.
"I loved talking to the elderly," Miller said. "They
always had great stories. You gain strong relationships
working with Alternative Weekends."
As the program continues to expand, organizers are
looking to involve more members of the University
community.
"We are trying to get as many people involved as
possible, including graduate students and teachers,"
said LSA junior Jen Fahner, a member of the
Alternative Weekends leadership team.
You can contact Project SERVE at
serveitup@umichedu.

LOOKING FOR AN outgoing, detail-
oriented person for a retail pos. in a pack/ship
store: P/T or F/T. Call 677-4477.
I KING FOR persons interested in
1~dic weekend public relations
employment. Upbeat, $7.00/hr. + bonus. Call
434-9835
MAKE EASY MONEY! Everyone buys
Spring Break packages, so why not be the
one to sell it? USA Spring Break is currently
accepting applications for campus sales
representatives. Call 1-888-SPRING-
BREAK.
MARKETING INTERN The Princeton
R iew is looking for an outgoing student to
as a marketing intern on UM's campus.
Great resume experience. Paid position
requires 10-15 hours a week. Fax resume to
734/663-4049 ASAP or stop by our office on
South University above McDonald's.
MESSENGERS. Deliver campus mail en
route, other misc. duties. Prefer UM students
familiar w/ campus and have valid driver's
license. 8.00/hr., 20 hrs. M-F 8-12/1-5.
Call Joanne at 764-7230.
IOTHERS HELPER: Care/transport for
wo kids (12,11). 2:30-5:30 p.m. Mon.-Fri.
)wn car, reliable, light domestic duties,
nes, n-smkr. Call eves. 663-2090, day
7(633.
1USIC INDUSTRY: Booking agency
orking with national recording artists seeks
nterns. Call Jay after 11 a.m.477-6677.
NOTE TAKERS NEEDED
5et paid to go to class! University Tutoring
services is looking for students to take notes
n large lecture based classes, such as Chem
130, or Econ 101, Etc. We pay $200 plus a
10% commission, which can be an extra
$500 or more. Call our office for more
information at 741-4200 or check out our
w te at www.UTStutor.com.
NOTETAKERS NEEDED!
Seniors & Grads. Attend class, take notes.
Ear up to $14/lecture. Variety of classes,
flexible schedule. Faculty approved classes
only. Reserve a class of your choice for the
fall term now. Apply at Grade A Notes, 549
E. University Ave., or call 741-9669 for more
info.
OFFICE ASSISTANT
Part time, mornings, some weekends
necessary. Accounting experience helpful.
(~y Interviews Thursday, September 17th
I6 - 3 pm or call for appointment.
Scorekeepers 310 Maynard (734) 995-0100
Ask for Michelle.
OFFICE ASSISTANT: PROVIDE clerical
and administrative support to faculty
members and support staff of the UM
Cardiovascular Research Center.
Qualifications: The ability to plan and carry
out complex projects independently.
Reliability and good interpersonal skills
necessary. Fax resume to Jackie Toms (734)
763-4851.
NINGS AT INNOVATIVE animal
hospital. FT receptionist, vet technician, PT
kennel assistant. Apply in person. 2200
South Mainsor 761-1870.
ORIGINAL COTTAGE INN nght on
central campus now hiring for cooks, full or
part time and daytime waitstaff. Great
atmosphere and great people. Apply within
512 E. William from 1:30-4:30 p.m.
OVERNIGHT SUPERVISOR
Live-in Position
FREE RENT & UTILITIES
Working with pregnant and parenting youth
L ted in downtown Ann Arbor.
*act Lisa Greco at
Father Pat Jackson House Program
'7 i -1 AA

PART TIME ASSIST. for nationally known
media research and strategy firm. Excellent
position for marketing, research or
communications students. 12-25 hrs./wk.
$8.75/hr. to start. Need strong PC skills.
Resume to Mark Kassof & Co 220 E. Huron
Suite 209 Ann Arbor 48104.
PART TIME SCHOOL custodian for light
cleaning duties. No experience necessary.
Must be available in late afternoon or early
evening. Call 761-2576 and speak to
Gretchen or leave a message.
PART TIME TEACHER needed for after
school program. Must be able to work 3-5:45,
three to five days per week. $7.65 per hour.
Call 761-2576 and speak to Gretchen or leave
message.

SALES PERSONS
Weekend work for Computer Hardware
Company. Computer experience mandatory.
Call (734) 761-1698 ext. 128 or fax resume
to (734) 669-8485.
SCOREKEEPERS IS CURRENTLY
accepting applications for waitstaff, barbacks
& cooks for Fall thru Winter term. Apply in
person at 310 Maynard. No experience
necessary
SECRETARIAL SUPPORT WordPerfect,
MS Excel & Adobe Pagemaker preferred.
Prepare manuscripts and correspondence for
small office. Experience in legal or academic
setting a plus. 20 hours or more. Pay
commensurate. Please fax resume to
Functional Assessment Systems at 769-1434
or call 769-9725
SEMINAR ASST. FOR Thur. from 11-4.
741-8575 Beth.
SPECIAL GIFT - We're looking for healthy
women between the ages 21-35 for egg
donation. All ethnic backgrounds are
encouraged. Fee paid. Send inquiries to
AARMA, P.O. Box 2674. Ann Arbor. M1
48106.
SPRING BREAK '99-Sell Trips, Earn Cash
& Go Free!!! STS is now hiring campus reps.
Lowest rates to Jamaica, Mexico & Florida
Call 800-648-4849 or apply online at
www.ststravel.com.
STUDENT STAFF POSITIONS: Career
Planning & Placement. Customer Service.
data entry. admin. assistance and more. For
work study and temp. Apps. available 8-5,
M-F. 3200 SAB. 764-7460.
STUDENTS/WORK STUDY students
Lawyers Club Dining hiring for fall term.
$7.50 - 8.25 to start. Catering opportunities &
meal benefits. Apply in person (551 S. State.
corner of S. State & S. Univ.) or call 764-
1115.
SUBJECTS WANTED FOR perception
experiment. Takes 3 hrs., pays $25. Must be
right-handed and have vision correctable to
20/20 Call 936-2825.
TEACHERS
Preschool Assistants and Substitutes. The
Discovery Center, an Accredited Early
Childhood Program in Ann Arbor, seeks
individuals with early childhood work
expenence to fill 22-30 hour permanent
positions and substitute positions. Call 663-
7496 to apply
TELEMARKETING EVE. $7-12/hr. No
selling! Call Allen 996-1107.
THE EDGE Work in a cool place with great
pay, great people, and flex hours. Benefits
available. Need Bar Backs. Host Persons,
Wait Staff, Security. Apply in person only
between 7 and 9 PM any day. Experience
helpful but not required. 2275 Ellsworth Rd.
near WalMart.
THE MICHIGAN LEAGUE Buffet is now
hiring for Fall. Work hours variable between
10 a.m. and 3 p.m. No nights, no weekends.
Work study also avail. Apply in person at the
League Buffet between I1 & 2 p.m. 911 N.
University.
TUTOR FOR MY 8th grade daughter in my
home afteraschool. Math. French & music.
Excellent pay. 995-0686.
TUTOR NEEDED FOR high school junior.
2-3 hrs. M-F. $7.50/hr. If you are thorough,
oatient & consistent please call 662-7429.

WE ARE LOOKING for students with
work-study funds to work in our research
labs & office located on the Medical Center
Campus. For lab students it would be helpful
to have exp. in a science research field such
as chemistry, biology, etc. Pay rate is $6/hr.
Only work study students considered.
Contact Kim Kimbrell at 763-0651.
WEB MASTER
Entry level must have basic knowledge of
Photo Shop, Office '97. C.G.I. & PERL, Java
Programming. Full or part-time. Call Mr.
Joseph (734) 761-1698 ext. 128 or fax
resume to (734) 669-8485.
WORK STUDY IN the theater! University
Productions is looking for students to work in
the areas of production assistant (scenery,
costumes, paint. props), marketing assistant,
box office sales, and lobby attendant. Have
lots of fun and be part of the creative process!
Competitive salaries. For more info, contact
University Productions at 763-5213.
WORK STUDY JOBS at the Tenants
Union. Tenant counseling, fundraising.
progressive, fun organization. Must be avail.
for training 9/26 Call 936-3076 by 9/15.
WORK STUDY ONLY. Lab assist. needed
for 10-15 hrswk. in med. school research
lab. $7.50/hr. Contact Jennifer @ 647-9650.
WORK STUDY RESEARCH Asst. needed,
North Campus location, Freshman &
Sophomores welcome. Call 769-7100 x 5065.
WORK STUDY RESEARCH Asst.
Perform routine laboratory tasks-
sectioning, library research, lab maintenance,
dish washing, & some animal care. 5-10
hrs./wk. $6-7/hr. Call Susan @ 763-5391.
WORK STUDY STUDENTS are needed
for several office positions at Student
Publications. We re looking for punctual,
energetic students for assisting with some or
all of mail. phones, filing, cash receipts.
library, database coordination, classified
paste up and advertising tear down Various
hours available. Pay $5.90 to $6.50 per hour.
Call for information or apply at 764-0550,
210E Student Publications.
WORK STUDY STUDENTS needed for
the Division of Rheumatology. Work
includes a variety of office tasks Flex .hrs
avail. Contact Yvonne Sturt 647-8173.
WORK-STUDY OR FOR COURSE
CREDIT: We are looking for students to
assist us with ongoing health and aging
researchsprojects.$8.00-$ 11.00/hr. Duties to
include respondent interviewing, data
analysis. data entry, mass mailings, and
general office duties. If you are interested in
hands on learning of the social research
process and are computer literate, please call
647-5563.
WORKSTUDY media asst. for the School of
Education IRIS Resource Center.
Audiovisual & library circulation desk
duties.Training provided. Freshmen and
sophomores also welcome! Call 764-5427.
WORKSTUDY office assistants help in
processing research grant proposals. Word
processing, filing, copying, addressing
campus mail. Some Mac exp. Hrs flexible.
$8.00/hr. Call Joanne at 764-7230.
WORKSUDY POSITIONS for fall term in
Endocrinology laboratory. 8 dollars per hour.
Contact Doctor Valverde at 647-2604.
YARD WORK OR cleaning. Close to
campus. $10/hr. flex. hrs. 971-3321.

BABYSITTER NEEDED approx. 3:30-6:30
p.m. M-F. (neg.) $8/hr. Should have
transportation. Call 741-9886.
BABYSITTER NEEDED FOR 2 children
every other Wed. f/ 8-5. Possible every Wed.
Need own trans. 994-9091.
BABYSITTER NEEDED FOR 2 toddler
boys. 10-12 hrs./wk. Car needed. 668-7324.
BABYSITTER NEEDED FOR 8 yr. old
girl approx. 3 30 - 6 pim. M-F Old West
Side A car required. 668-1332 evenings.
313-961-7728 days
BABYSITTER NEEDED for football
games. Own car If interested, call 913-0126
BABYSITTER NEEDED for mother's
group Wed. am. $8/hr. Located near campus.
Call 995-8639
BABYSITTER NEEDED in our home for 4
1/2 yr. old and I 1/2 yr. old. Please call
Andrea at 662-9005.
BABYSITTER W/ CAR Tue. 8-10:15 a.m.
for a 4 yr. old girl $8 to start. 975-9473.
BABYSITTER WANTED Ix/week in my
home some evenings also. 7 yr, old & 5 yr.
old; $8/hr Call Robin 747-7247.
BUSY HOUSEHOLD is looking for an
extra pair of hands after school to help with
cookiig and childcare. Any afternoons. Great
pay. Also looking for occasional sitting. Own
car, non-smoking 741-9860.
CHILD CARE NEEDED in our home 15-
20 hrsiwk Flex. hrs. I mile from campus.
761-1306
CHILD CARE NEEDED in our home. 2
days/wk. Exp. required. Call 734-669-2088.
CHILD CARE WANTED to care for lively
& well behaved 10 yr. old son. Must have car
to pick him up from school at 3:30, do
homework & watch him until 6 p.m. Good
salary, close to campus, male &/or female
encouraged to apply. Home 332-1494 Office
647-432(1
CHILDCARE FOR 2 month old. 6-10
hours a wk. Previous childcare experience a
plus. 1/2 mile trom Kerrvtown. 668-6462.
CHILDCARE MATURE non smoking
female for boy. 8 & girl, 10 after school/eves.
Flex. hrs must have dependable car. 761-
3261 eves./weekends.
CHILDCARE NEEDED FOR prof.'s infant
on a regular P/T basis. Exp., refs., own trans.
req. to location near campus. Call 214-9591.
CHILDCARE NEEDED IN my home for 5
year old son. I hr. morning, 2 hrs. eve. MWF
immed. Need own trans. 10 mins. from
campus. Please call Nancy 973-6298.
DEPENDABLE BABYSITTER wanted for
occasional weekends & evenings. for 2 small
boys. In my home. Rate neg. 396-3382 leave
msg.
ENERGETIC CHILDCARE provider
wane 2-3 days/wk. Own transp. needed.
ret reo. Competitive wages. 944-2232.
EXP. CAREGIVER NEEDED for 2 1/2 yr.
old in our Ann Arbor home. Non-smkr. ref.,
own trans. 994-0393.
EXPERIENCED BABYSITTER needed
for our I yr. old for Michigan football
Saturdays and occasional evening care. Ref.
req. 668-0273
FATHER'S HELPER WANTED through
mid-June, M-F 3:30-7:30 p.m., be at home
when kids come home f/ school, general
mgmt of household including cooking dinner,
running errands, and light cleaning. Own car
needed, ref. req., $200/wk. 741-7425.
JACK AND JILL Learning Centers is
looking for P/T child care, Mon.-Fri., 3-6
p.m. Call Nancy 761-8070
NEEDED: AFTERNOON &/OR Weekend
childcare. Must be good driver, but no car
req. Ref. & exp. necessary. Please call after 6
p.m. 741-8202.
OCCASIONAL BABYSITTER NEEDED
for our daughter. Must have reliable trans.
734-459-0167.
RESPONSIBLE PERSON needed to sit
occasionally for autistic boy. Flex. hrs.
$7.80/hr. 734-426-8556.
SEEKING NURTURING PERSON to
assist parents in the care of adorable newborn
twins. Exp. with infants pref. Walking
distance to campus. Ref. req. Call 769-0183.
WANTED MOTHER'S HELPER to assist
in caring for 2 small children. Part-time. Exp.
req. Call Allison @ 734-971-7033.
WANTED MOTHER'S HELPER. 4-8
hrs./wk. Will work with your schedule. Must
have car. Call 944-1700

AAA' Early Specials! Panama City! Room
With Kitchen $129' Includes 7 Free Parties!
Daytona $149' New Hotspot- South Beach
$129' Cocoa Beach $149!
springbreaktravel.com 1-800-678-6386.
AAA! Early Spring Break Specials! Bahamas
Party Cruise! 6 Days $279! Includes Most
Meals! Awesome Beaches. Nightlife!
D~eparts from Florida! 1998 BBB Award
Winner! springbreaktravel .com 1-800-678-
6386.
AAA! Spring Break Travel was I of 6 small
businesses in the US recognized by Better
Businesses Bureaus for outstanding ethics i:
the marketplace! springbreaktravel.com 1-
800-678-6386.
ABSOLUTE SPRING BREAK.... "Take 2'
2 Free Trips on only 15 sales or ...Earn $$$$.
Jamaica, Cancun. Bahamas, Florida. Padre!
Free Meals, Parties and Drinks. Lowest
Prices** Limited Offer. l-800-426-7710/
www.sunsplashtours.com
ALUMNI SEEKING UP to 6 tickets for
UM vs. MSU game on Sept. 26. Call Leslie
212-986-6729 or Carme 312-368-2168.
BUYING ALL UM TICKETS. Steve 480-
4332
FOOTBALL TICKETS WANTED. 2 or 4
for any game. Cash waiting. 248-269-0400
(W) 810-463-6731 (H) Bob Obnnski.
GOOD SEATS pair of football tickets. All
games. Call 332-1273.
OUT OF STATE alumni needs to sell
football tix. Tix available for entire season.
For info. please call 810-695-0356.
PAIR OF U OF M season football tix. avail.
770-736-9273.
PAIR OF UofM season football tix. for sale.
Call 970-472-9361.
WANTED 2 football tickets for any
homegame of the 98/99 season. Fans from
South Dakota willing to pay your price. (605)
342-5404 or e-mail to dmasters
@rapidnet.com between 8am-5pm.
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PART TIME, PERMANENT positions to
collect outstanding debts by telephone.
Flexible hours. Training provided. $8/hr.
mn. to start. Operations manager P.O. Box
2022 Ann Arbor 48106.
PART-TIME DATA entry clerical position.
95+% accuracy with appropriate speed
(wpm+). customer service skills, excellent
telephone manner, problem resolution skills.
punctual, mature flexible personality, ability
to work independently and prioritize daily
work loads and timeframes. Experience w/
Windows 95 and Microsoft Office. If you
would like to apply for this position, please
submit your resume to: Office of Planning
and Marketing, 300 N. Ingalls Room 4E14,
Ann Arbor, MI 48109-0475 or e-mail your
resume to bkturner@umich.edu
PERSONAL CARE ATTENDANT for
physically disabled male student. Pay neg.
Will train. Call Chris 761-9551 or 332-0976.
POSITION AVAIL.: Student Programming
Asst. for The Michigan League
Programming. Will be responsible for
implementing the League Outreach Program,
support other program initiatives, and assist
in promoting student programs at the
Michigan League. Qualifications: must have
exp. in volunteer work, good interpersonal
and comm. skills and be able to work well
with teams. Call Michigan League
Programming office @ 763-4652.
RENAISSANCE.
Permanent, part-time retail position available.
Contact D. M Gilbert. 769-8511.
SALES PERSONS
For computer Hardware Company. Computer
Experience necessary. Call (734) 761-1698
ext. 128 or fax resume to (734) 669-8485.
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ASHTANGA YOGA workshop with Doug
Swenson. Sept. 18-20. Energize your body
and quiet your mind. $125 or $35/session.
Call 913-8509
ED 317: SCHOOLS, COMMUNITIES &
power is a service-learning course which
offers stud. chance to work w/ K-12 kids in
schools and community based org. This
course is designed to deepen our
understanding of schools and communities as
social structures that mediate and reflect
power relationships within the larger society.
We will examine how kids learn to negotiate
and or transform power relationships. Mon.
1-3 p.m. SEB. Stella Raudenbush 647-2135
or stellarl@umich.edu

Hotel
ANN ARBOR'S
PREMIER HOTEL
NOW SEEKING
! GIFT SHOP ATTENDANT
BELL STAFF/VALET
full/part time
We are looking for motivated
people to join our top notch
hospitality team. We pride
ourselves in offering the best
service to our guests and out-
standing wages and benefits to
our employees. On campus. The
Campus Inn is committed to a
drug-free workplace. EOE. Please
callHuman Resources at (734)
769-2247 between 10 am and
5 pm, Tues.-Sat.
C /! . IL nn~rn,

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3 BOYS (9, 11, 13) Seek afterschool care in
their southwest Ann Arbor home. Trans. req.
Light housekeeping. 761-5149.
ADORABLE BOYS (2 & 4 yrs.) seek part-
time care (exp. & ref.). Please call Gayle
761-5589.
AFTER SCHOOL CARE in our home.
3:30-5 p.m. Mon., Wed. Thurs. Some eves
and wknd. Need car and refs. Call 973-0825.
AFTER SCHOOL, 6 & 8 YR. OLD boys,
& light housekeeping. Approx. 10 hrsiwk.
Must have car. 930-0539.
AFTER-SCHOOL DRIVER/sitter. Need
safe, reliable car. Mon. 3-4:30 p m. Fri. 3-
5:30 p.m. Generous pay! 665-4719.
AFTERSCHOOL CHILDCARE & trans.
needed in A2 for 1-2 children in home 3

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FALL ESCAPE--COZY log cabins on lake.
$54-79 ntly. Incl. hot tub, boats & canoes &
more. Traverse City. 616-276-9502.
INTERESTED IN BEING a student
manager for the University of Michigan
Men's Basketball team. Call Josh Stoler at
998-6127 or attend a manager's meeting
Wed. 9/16 @ 7p.m.

WE ARE LOOKING for an energetic and

$1250 FUNDRAISER

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