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D-8DatebOOk THE C INCINNATI ENQUIRER Sunday, September 29, 1991 Fund-raisers lr la All Datebook items must be typewritten on a standard sheet ol paper and received by 5 p.m. Tuesday for publication the following Sunday. The name, address and daytime telephone number of the person sending the item should be included. Recheck the item for correct, time, place and spellings. Be certain the day of tthe week agrees with the calendar date. Publication is subject to space limitations and the judgment of Enquirer editors. Send to: Mary A. Napier, The Enquirer, 617 Vine St. Cincinnati, Ohio 45201. Road rally explores the sights of Cincinnati .i ' ' ' . ITT , .V i' I 1 H2 Interested in Cincinnati trivia? If you also know your way around town, you may want to join the Sights of Cincinnati Road Rally. The 45-mile route begins and ends at the Peterloon Estate in Indian Hill and winds through Montgomery, Pleasant Ridge, Madisonville, Mount Lookout, Hyde Park, Eden Park and downtown. The rally is a first-time fund-raiser for the 2030 Council of Radio Reading Services. All you need for the rally are a sense of fun, a sense of direction and a car or someone with a car. Once back at Peterloon, Jerry Springer will be the master of ceremonies for an afternoon of food, refreshments, and a raffle that includes a trip for two anywhere in the continental United States. The raffle is courtesy of Enterprise Travel, Tressa, JTM Party Partners, IGA, AAA, Hudepohl, Pewter Place, American Tourister, Eye World, Parisian, Saks, Clarion Hotel and State Farm Insurance. The rally will be noon-6 p.m. Saturday. Dennis Hamilton, seated, Bill Duncliffe and Catherine Silverman will ride in Hamilton's 1 968 Cadillac for the road rally. Cost for the road rally and party is $25 a person. Raffle tickets are $2 each or three for $5. To register call Radio Reading Services at 621-4545. ABOUT THE ORGANIZATION: Radio Reading Services serves those with visual andor physical disabilities by reading newspapers and periodicals on daily broadcasts. They also provide personal readers and offer a call-in service that can search classified ads, yellow pages and other sources. The 2030 Council works to expands awareness of Radio Reading Services. Masquerade ball The Seventh Annual Halloween Masquerade Ball of Cincinnati FunRaisers will be at 9 p.m. Oct. 25 at Cincinnati Union Terminal. The ball raises money for cancer research at Children's Hospital Medical Center. Since its founding six years ago, the Cincinnati FunRaisers, a philanthropic singles organization, has donated more than $100,000 for research and treatment. Dress for the masquerade ball will be black-tie or costume. Advance tickets are $1 5 members, $1 8 non-members. Tickets at the door are $20. Information: Tom Dickson, 745-0314. Celebrity Pig Roast The Animal Rights Community hosts its first Celebrity Pig Roast at 7:30 p.m. Thursday at the Star Bank, 425 Ludlow Ave., Clifton. They would have had it sooner, says ARC, but celebrity pigs are booked months in advance. Finally, Humphrey has agreed to appear and pose for photos with guests (great for Christmas cards). Roasting means "ridiculing" but ARC asks for mild gibes because Humphrey is especially sensitive. Humphrey will be serving "phoney-baloney" sandwiches and asking you to sign his petition to forego eating pigs. The roast is free. Information: 542-6810. BULB SALE, 10 a.m. Sat., Krohn Conservatory in Eden Park and at Mount Airy (Forest) Arboretum Center on Colerain. Benefits Cincinnati Parks. 352-4090. BENEFIT SHOW for the Gamble-Nip-pert YMCA, 8:05 p.m. Fri., Mount St. Joseph auditorium. Features Scot and Sta-;cey Woolley, concert pianist and violinist; The Revolution, barbershop quartet and the Southern Gateway Barbershop International silver medalist chorus. Tickets, ,$15 at TicketMaster. 749-4949. JAZZBUFFET, 2-9 p.m. today, Faces, 6541 Montgomery Road. $5 donations to benefit VVDAO radio personality Dwayne "Cisco" Hoard, awaiting a heart transplant. 825-4566. FINNISH FEST, 4 p.m. Sat., Winton Woods Center. Cost is $4 plus a covered dish; $1 for children under 12. Sponsored by the Scandinavian Society of Cincinnati. 931-6351. BOOK SALE, 11 a.m.-5:30 p.m. today, JCPenney's Annex, College Mall, East Third St., Route 46, Bloomington, Ind. Benefits the American Red Cross. 812-332-7292. CARD PARTY and social, 1:30 p.m. today, Sts. Peter and Paul Church Social Hall, 2420 Drex Ave., Norwood. Admission is $2.25. CITIZENS AGAINST Substance Abuse (CASA), dinner, 4:30-7 p.m. Oct. 6, (after Bengals game), Hyatt Regency Ballroom, downtown. Honoree: Hope Taft. Cost is $60 a person; $1,500 patron; $1,000 sponsor. Music and entertainment by the Dixieland Band. Guests include former NFL players. 528-4443. AIDS WALK Cincinnati, 9 a.m. Sat., Sawyer Point Park on the riverfront. Registration begins at 8 a.m. Sponsored by AIDS Volunteers of Cincinnati (AVOC). 421-2437. CHRISTMAS BAZAAR, 3-7 p.m. Sat. and 8 a.m.-2 p.m. Oct. 6, St. Boniface School, Pitts and Pullan avenues, North-side. Sandwiches, dessert, and coffee available Sat. Rollscoffee, Sun. Proceeds benefit the school. "FALL THINGS Considered," showing of holiday fashions from Lazarus, 1 p.m. Sat. Social hour at 11 a.m.; luncheon at noon. Tickets are $20 to benefit Kinder-velts 62 and 72. 232-9677. "1991 NIGHT of Distinction" begins with hors d'oeuvres and cocktails at 5:30 .p.m. Sat. at Mount Notre Dame High School, 711 E. Columbia Ave. Silent auction and gourmet dinner. Cost is $40 a person. 821-8865. "A BICENTENNIAL Sampler," luncheonprogram, 11:30 am.-2 p.m. Oct. 18, Blue Ash Recreation Center, 4433 Cooper Road. Tickets, $15 to benefit community Projects by the Blue Ash Woman's Club. Reservations: 984-2567. 'CITY OF Hope is selling "Entertainment '92" coupon books. Dining and leisure discount book cost $30. Benefits patients with cancer, leukemia, heart disease,' AIDS and diabetes. 522-1382. OLDIES DANCE with Ooh-La-La and the Greasers, 9 p.m.-l a.m. Fri., Saints Peter and Paul Social Hall, 2420 Drex Ave., Norwood. Advance tickets, $13 a person; $15 a person at the door. Sponsored by U2N2Norwood Community School, Unemployed & Underemployed Network of Norwood. 631-6637. STEAK DINNER, 4-7 p.m. Sat., American Legion Post 513 Hall, 7947 Hamilton Ave. Complete dinners, $6 a person. Sponsored by Mount Healthy Sons of the American Legion. 'CINCINNATI CELEBRITIES Who Care," continues today at the Precinct. -Features celebrities mingling with diners. .Base price is $75 a person to benefit the -FreeStoreFoodBank. 321-5454. Behind the scenes . . . Don Tiebout J v1i; PROFILE: Born in Brooklyn, Tiebout moved here in 1952, after serving in the Marine Corps during the Korean War, to work in the manufacturing finance department at the General Electric Co. He retired in August, 1985. Married, he has three daughters and six grandsons. CIVIC PRIDES: Waste food "was always a pet concern of mine," especially that thrown out by those in the food industry, Tiebout says. It is especially disturbing, he says, when you know so many people are hungry. So when he read about Tri-State Harvest, which planned to pick up food from restaurants and others in the food business, he decided he had to be involved. Each Wednesday and Friday he picks up excess produce from Wooden Show Gardens and the Little Dutch Bakery and delivers it to an area food bank. He is on call to pick up at other times, such as the closing of Oktoberfest. "You hear about people being hungry and in need" and this method is so simple. Sometimes he has been delivering when the hungry are being served and the comments he hears makes him know the food donations are appreciated. ON REWARDS: He has a pick up and delivery schedule and "I can adapt my schedule to that very easily." Tri-State Harvest "does that which I fussed about all the time. It uses the food and the reaction you get is a reward in itself. I've got the time, as long as I've got the money to pay for gas. ON STARTING: Whether you're capable of being a donor or a collector, call Tri-State Harvest at 281-3663 because they can always use more. Health-wellness HOXWORTH BLOODMOBILE locations: St. Elizabeth South Hospital, noon-6:45 p.m. today; Van Leunen's, 82 Carothers Road, Newport, 2:30-4 p.m. and 5-8:30 p.m. Mon.; Roger Bacon High School, St. Bernard, 1:30-4:30 p.m. and 5:30-7:30 p.m. Fri.; Hoxworth Western Hills, 2345 Ferguson Road, noon-7:30 p.m. Mon. and Tue., 10:30 a.m.-6 p.m. Fri. and 8:30 a.m.-4 p.m. Sat. Appointments, 451-0910. BARRETT CENTER Cancer Van: Food Stamp Center, 8 a.m.-l p.m. Wed.; Kro-ger's, 11973 Lebanon Road, 10 a.m.-3 p.m. Thu.; Kroger's, 9457 Colerain Ave., 10 a.m.-3 p.m. Fri. 558-7698. RED CROSS: CPR (cardiopulmonary resuscitation), 8:30 a.m.-4:30 p.m. Sat., St. Matthew's School, Norwood; 9 a.m.-5 p.m. Tue., Group Health Associates, Kenwood. Standard First Aid: 8:30 a.m.-4:30 p.m. Sat., Generations Activity Center, Harrison; 8:30 a.m.-4:30 p.m. Thu., Lutheran Church of The Good Shepherd, Kenwood Road; 8:30 a.m.-4:30 p.m. Tue., Sharonville Community Center; 8:30 a.m.-12:30 p.m. Mon., Red Cross building, downtown. Fee for all courses. 579-3080. "CO-DEPENDENT AND Lost in the Land of Oz," free lecture on co-dependency, noon Thu., College of Mount St. Joseph. Registration, 871-4936. "OVERCOMING DEPRESSION," six-week series begins 1:30-3 p.m. Oct. 10, Mental Health Services West, 4968 Glenway Ave. Fee is $35; scholarships available. Register by Thu. 471-1615. FREE GLAUCOMA screening, 11:30 a.m.-2 p.m. Fri., Cincinnati Association for the Blind, 2045 Gilbert Ave. Registration, 221-8558. DIABETES MANAGEMENT program of St. Elizabeth Medical Center begins a series of evening classes, Tue. Cost is $50 for series or $12.50 a session. 344-2335. DOMESTIC ABUSE Awareness Month (October) events: Domestic Abuse Awareness Day on the Square, 11:30 a.m.-l p.m. Wed.; "When Battered Women Kill," 6:30-8:30 p.m. Oct. 7, Tangeman University Center ($10, call Women Helping Women, 381-6003); "Abusive Relationships: Issues and Challenges" conference, Oct. 24-25, Sheraton Springdale (Alcoholism Council, 281-7880); "She Screams Without Sound," candlelight vigil, 6:45 p.m. Oct. 24, on the steps of the Hamilton County Courthouse followed by reception at the YWCA, 898 Walnut St. COUPLE TO Couple League begins a series of classes in the art of natural family planning, 7 p.m. Oct. 6, St. Fran-cis-St. George Hospital. 922-0348. AMERICAN LUNG Association of Southwestern Ohio's Parents Educating Parents (PEP) program on asthma, 7-8:30 p.m. Wed., United Way Eastern Office, next to the Clermont County YMCA, Batavia. Free. No registration is required. 724-1156. EFFECTIVE PARENTING program for parents of children ages 12 months-12 years begins 7-9 p.m. Mon., Anderson Township. Five week session. $65 a person. Registration, 721-1500. SELF-HELP SUPPORT GROUPS: Adoptive Parent Support Organization (APSO), is accepting applications for two professionally led groups for adoptive families. First session is for adoptive parents and adopted children, ages 7-11; second session for adoptive parents and children, ages 12-18. 631-2883 or 221-3720. Birthparents support meets 7:30-8:30 p.m. Wed., Pleasant Ridge Presbyterian Church, 5950 Montgomery Road. Group welcomes those in an untimely pregnancy considering adoption. 741-8735. Eating Disorders Support Group, 7:30-9 p.m. Wed. and each second and fourth Wednesday, Hyde Park Bethlehem Methodist Church. Free. 635-7164. Black Women's Support Group, four-week session, 10-11:30 a.m. Saturdays, Church of Our Saviour Rectory, 48 E. Hollister St. 241-1870. i UC Eating Disorders Center sponsors support groups for women recovering from eating disorders, family and friends. Support group for men who are recovering also being planned. Free. 558-5118. St. Luke Hospital East is hosting "Overeaters Anonymous" meetings, 6:45 p.m. Fri. and Oct. 11, 18 and 25. 572-3456. Co-Dependents Anonymous, 10-11:30 a.m. Thu. and Oct. 10, 17, 24 and 31, Louise Southgate Women's Center, 525 Alexandria Pike, Southgate, Ky. Free. Registration, 572-3456. Al-Anon, 12-step support group for families and friends of the alcoholic, 7:30 p.m. Fri. and Oct. 11, 18 and 25 at the St. Luke Alcohol and Drug Treatment Center in Falmouth and 7 p.m. Thu. and Oct. 10 17, 24 and 21. 572-3766. Huntington's Disease Society of America, Ohio Valley Chapter at-risk support group, 7:30 p.m. Tue., Drake Center, 151 W. Galbraith Road. 591-2076. Greater Cincinnati Chronic Pain Outreach, 7 p.m. Tue., Christ Hospital. Emotional support and practical help for individuals trying to cope with chronic pain. 683-5141. "Looking Your Best," cosmetic surgery program, 6:30-8:30 p.m. Thu., Sheraton Springdale Hotel. Speakers: Dr. Sidney Peerless; Dr. Mark Handler 569-2430.. Don Tiebout . . . collects food Programs HOUSING SEMINAR, 7-9 p.m. Oct. 7, Holiday Inn Eastgate. Information aut financing program (including FHA and VA), house inspections, buyer representation. Reservations by Fri. 831-3744. "HAMILTON COUNTY: How Will our Children Fare?" public forum, 12:10 p.m. Fri., Longworth Hall, 700 Pete Rose Way. Speakers: Michael Brandt; Jan Flory; Sister Jean Patrice Harrington. Catered lunch begins at 11:45 a.m. cost is $6 for Woman's City Club (sponsor) members; $9 guests. Deadline for lunch reservations is Mon. or bring your own. 381-2900. LIVING TRUSTS and other planning techniques to protect your estate, 7:30-9:30 p.m. Tue. and Thu., Miami University Oxford. Fee is $15 a person; $22.50 for two people. 1-529-1700. JOB SEARCH Resource Center presents "You and Your Career," four-session workshop, 6-8:30 p.m. Tue. and Oct. 8, 15 and 22, YWCA, 898 Walnut St., downtown. Fee is $45 members; $75 others. Reservations, 241-7090 Ext. 145. "RAISING GOOD Students in a Video Age," community lecture by psychologist and author Jane M. Healy, 7:30-9 p.m. Thu., Seven Hills campus, 5400 Red Bank Road, Madisonville. Free. 271-9027. OHIO VALLEY Quilters' Guild presents Lillian M. Paradise, quilter, 7:30 p.m. Tue., Montgomery Presbyterian Church, 9994 ZigZag Road. 923-4719. "INVESTMENT STRATEGIES for Unpredictable Times," preservation of capital, 6:30-9 p.m. beginning Tue. and continuing Tuesdays through Oct. 22. Fee is $41. Register through UC Communiv-ersity, 556-6932. HOME REPAIR training for women begins Wed. at the Women's Research and Development Center, 727 Ezzard Charles Drive. 721-1841. DISTINGUISHED DIRECTORS lecture series, 8 p.m. Wed. Art Museum in Eden Park. Speaker: Edmund P. Pillsbury, director of the Kimbell Art Museum in Fort Worth, Texas. Tickets, $25 museum members; $35 others. 721-5204. HOME-BASED WORK for women to do from the "kitchen table," workshop 6:30-9 p.m. Thu., UC. Fee is $15; includes materials. 556-6932. WRITERS ROUNDTABLE, Oct. 4-6, in Augusta, Ky. Conference emphases film and video and includes screenings of short films. 756-2216. "DO YOU Really Want to Be a Bag Lady?" presentation by Professional Secretaries International, 6 p.m. Wed., Holiday Inn-North, 2235 Sharon Road. Speaker: Carloyn Rand. Dinnermeeting, $17. Reservations, 627-7005. SYSTEMATIC TRAINING for Effective Parenting and a self-esteem group for children begins 6-8 p.m. Thu. at West Chester Family Practice, 9678 Cincinnati-Columbus Road. Fee. 779-9955. Announcements Volunteer opportunities learning about museum collections. Two-three hours a week. On-the-job training. Seniors wanted to take health instruction, then share it with preschoolers. Answer phones, stuff envelopes, and collate materials at agency providing home care for seniors. Weekdays. Help shape the lives of young women in your community. Conduct meetings, maintain records and communicate with parents. Price Hill, Northside and Fair-mount. Flexible hours. Ongoing training. Teach grade schoolers about kidney function and disease. Four hours a month. Experience preferred. VOLUNTARY ACTION Center of the United Way and Community Chest of the Greater Cincinnati area offer these volunteer opportunities. 762-7171: Assisting instructors at a downtown museum. Weekdays, three-four hours a week. Training provided. Agency needs volunteers to visit nursing homes and report poor care, abuse or neglect. Two-four hours a week. Individuals sought for committee planning benefit for gifted youth. Accounting, fund-raising and marketing skills needed. Brush up on clerical and computer skills while working with the curators and VOLUNTEER CINCINNATI offers the following opportunities. 721-CITY. Some Lotus experience needed for volunteer to assist with data entry. Six hours a week for three months. Reception, light typing, routine help needed in a public office. Six hours a week. LITERACY PROGRAM teachers are needed to assist one-on-one to improve reading skills of young people, ages 17-23. 792-2602. TEACH READING and writing and help grade tests and associated clerical work. Jewish Vocational Service, 631--2400. CINCINNATI CHILDREN'S Theatre auditions for The Canterville Ghost, 7:30-9 p.m. today and Tue., Walnut Hills-'Avondale United Methodist Church, coroner of East McMillan and Ashland ave- nues. 961-1380. .SENIOR COMMUNITY Service Employment Project (SCSEP), has job open-' ings for men and women, age 55 and I older. Applications taken Thursdays only .at 636 Madison Ave., 7th Floor, Room 709 or daily 9 a.m.-4 p.m. Mon.-Fri. at 1 Northern Ky. Community Action Commis-sion, 615 Sixth Ave., Dayton, Ky. 581-6607. ,USED TOYS, broken toys and games "and stuffed animals are being sought to t distribute to needy children at Christmas. , Items can be picked up. 921-8292. ; NORTHERN KENTUCKY Habit for , Humanity dedication service for newly "constructed house built mainly by the '- support of the First Presbyterian Church , of Covington, 2 p.m. Sat. at 1029-1031 Banlick St., Covington. 292-2521. .. BLUE ASH Youth Symphony Orchestra auditions will be Sat. Rehearsals begin the week of Oct. 14. Appointments, . 793-9293. USED DISHES, cookware, equipment, - glassware sale, noon-9 p.m. Mon. at Co-' ney Island's Moonlight Pavilion. Admis-: sion is $2 person. 984-1883. Classes "FITNESS THROUGH Yoga" classes begin 5:30 p.m. Wed. at the University of Cincinnati. 475-6836. COMMUNITIES UNITED For Action offers classes for future home buyers, 7-9 p.m. Tue and Oct. 8 and 15 at Carthage Senior Center, 7017 Vine St. 541-2709. SERGEANT'S PHYSICAL Fitness program begins a six week "Back in Shape" course, Mon. at the Boathouse at Sawyer Point, downtown. 631-1286. CONVERSATIONAL SIGN language courses will be offered 6-8 p.m. Mondays and Thursdays at the Cincinnati Speech and Hearing Center. 221-0527. PARALEGAL RESEARCH introductory classes are being conducted by the Sharonville Legal Research Facility. 563-7515. FREE ABEGED classes, 6:30-9:30 p.m Tue. and Thu. and 9 a.m.-noon, Mon., Wed. and Fri. at Princeton High School. 771-8470, ext. 23S.

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