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Page 6 Teen-Ager THE CINCINNATI ENQUIRER Saturday, February 20, 1971 Greg is a ivilling worker at the Cancer Society office By VIV PINOER Seton High School Teens today, cUssatified with the stale of the world and with the plight of those less fortunate than themselves, often find many needy outlets for their energy. They volunteer their services and tjheir time in one of the many scores of organizations throughout the country, aimed at the betterment of mankind, and help In their own way to change the world. One such Cincinnati teen is Greg Hoy, a junior at Finneytown High School. Greg, 17, spends most of his free time working at the American Cancer Society office. There, he says, he does whatever needs to be done, such as answering phones, organizing smoking seminars and other related activities for tthe various schools, crusading in order to raise funds, helping to draft new volunteers, and so on. He is presently organizing the Hamilton County Nouth Against Cancer, of which he is Chairman. When he's not working at the Cancer Society, Greg sings in Finneytown's Concert Choir and enjoys reading and tennis. He also admits to the fact that he is a "great cook." In the year that he has been involved with the American Cancer Society, Greg has met a lot of interesting people, done the kind of things which he Enquirer to Honor best staffers Brady Black, editor of The Enquirer, announced today the newspaper will again present Most Valuable Staffer Awards for outstanding achievement to Greater Cin-cinati high school newspaper staff members. The awards, handsome engraved plaques, are given to the student at each school who has made the greatest contribution to his school newspaper during 1970-71. These students are nominated by the teachers who serve as advisers to the paper. Cosponsoring the award program with The Enquirer is the American Newspaper Publishers' Association. The awards will be presented at honors day assemblies in each school this spring. Nominations for the award should be sent in by Saturday March 6, to Ruth Voss, Teen-Ager Editor, co The Enquirer, 617 Vine St., Cincinnati, Ohio 45201. They should include the student's name, address, position on the newspaper, future plans, and his (or her) other activities at school. Also include a wallet-sized photograph of the nominee. enjoys doing, has been given many responsibili ies which he never had before, and has attended many social events which he wouldn't have gotten to attend otherwise. He volunteered to help with the Society's vital work after his mother died of cancer. The best part of his work, he feels, is being so closely connected with so many people. "I make many friends," he says, and "and get a chance to meet a lot of interesting people. Everyone I've come in contact with have been so nice and pleasant that I really enjoy it. They're people I can associate with both professionally and socially." Greg emphasizes the fact that more volunteers are always needed. Anyone interested i n volunteering their time can contact him through the A m e r i c a n Cancer Society at 621-4236, or can write to him there at 138 East Court St., 45202. Any help will be greatly appreciated. Oil OUr COVer Chuckle corner Cincinnati's office of the American Cancer Society is a hubbub of activity year-round. Since the group, Youth Against Cancer, was organized recently, however, the E. Court Street office has been livelier than usual. Young people like Greg Hoy and Nancy McClure, pictured on our cover today, come regularly to help out. They're pictured with the Cancer Society's mannequin used in anti-smoke demonstrations. Nancy is a graduate of St. Ursula Academy and assists her mother in operating the McClure dance studio. She is also co-director of the Purcell Cavalettes and has recruited their services for many ACS projects. Greg is a junior at Finneytown High. He spends just about every afternoon at the Society office. For more about him read Viv Finger's story alongside here. Our cover photo is by Dick Swaim. The ones who usually manage to get the most out of middle age are the grandchildren. True concentration is the ability to do your child's homework while he is watching television. There's some consolation in the fact that even if your dreams haven't come true, neither have your nightmares. Dear Abby Shallow spirit By ABIGAIL VAN BUREN DEAR ABBY: Our church had a Christmas tree sale to pay for the church bus. The preacher and another man (I will call him Mr. Jones) were in charge of this sale. They asked our 16-year-old son to help out, so the kid took a tent and sleeping bag and stayed on that tree lot working for a whole week, night and day. Mr. Jones asked our son to deliver a Christmas tree, and he gave him his car to use. 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