The Galveston Daily News from Galveston, Texas on October 13, 1993 · Page 34
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The Galveston Daily News from Galveston, Texas · Page 34

Galveston, Texas
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Wednesday, October 13, 1993
Page 34
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WEDNESDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 13,1993 THE GALVESTON DAILY NEWS 3-C Ethnic fun continues The sixth annual Cultural Awareness Week Celebration at The University of Texas Medical Branch at Galver ston (UTMB) continues through Friday with ethnic foods, free entertainment and other activities. Today a jazz concert featuring Kijana and Jawad will be presented at noon on the Moody Medical Library Plaza and gumbo will be the featured food. At 4:30 p.m. the colorful Huyen Quang Dragon-lion Dancers from Houston will perform. On Thursday from noon to 1:30 p.m. the Scottish band Godfrey's Rangers, will perform. Chinese food will be available. At 6 p.m. Thursday the Intercultural Fashion & Talent Extravaganza sponsored by the UTMB Office of International Affairs, will be presented in the Levin Hall Auditorium. Among the entertainers will be Arirang, a Korean professional dance group in authentic costumes. On Friday, the popular country and Western band Rimfire will perform at noon. Barbecue will be the featured food of the day. Admission is free to all events. For more information, call UTMB at 772-1463. Korean dancers perform Thursday. Cancer Society style show set for Nov. 11 GALVESTON — Miss Texas World, Emily Vineyard, will be.a guest model, along with Galveston's own Mrs. Texas, Michelle Hatmaker, at "Steppin' Out Galveston Style." The 1993 American Cancer Society style show is set for 7.p.m. Nov. 11 at the San Luis Hotel Argosy Ballroom. Other local celebrities who will serve as guest models include Mayor Barbara Crews and her husband, Frank Crews. Providing the "Steppin' Out" fashions for this year's show will be Norma's, the Atrium Boutique, Intima, Schwartz's, Couteux Couture and Casablanca. And fashionable eye wear will be courtesy of Kevin Katz. Tickets are $20 per person and may be purchased from models and committee members or call the American Cancer Society office at 938-0672. "Our goal this year is to raise $14,000 in the fight against cancer," said Janice Longoria, chairman of the ninth annual event. "Every year some really big strides are being made in research and the money helps make that research possible." Well-known choreographer and dance instructor Jim Alba and pianist Deb Lewis will be handling the choreography and music for the show. Some very special guest en- tertainment is also planned for the evening. Those attending will be eligible to win a multitude of door prizes such as gift certificates for dinner at many local restaurants, discounts on purchases, tickets to the current production at Strand Street Theatre and more. Co-chairman of the style show is Peggy Bryan and committee members include Helen Bashline, Lynn Cantini, Stephanie Carreon, Linda Cartwright, Tammy Childress, Nanci Preudenberg, Lisa Gaertner, Sally Galbraith, Beverly Lambert, Ita Logue, Kim Mytelka, Julie Schmid, Peggy Sharretts, Cleta Sireno and Flo Spencer. Community Briefs EDITOR'S NOTE: Send Items for Community Briats to The Gatveston Dally News, P.O. Box 628, Galveston, Texas 77553. Type or print clearly and Include a phone number.The deadline Is 5 p.m. Wednesday for Sunday's paper and 5p.m. Friday for Wednesday's paper. All submissions must be In writing. To assure accuracy, The Galveston Dally News cannot take club news Information by telephone. UTMB retirees meet UTMB Retirees Association quarterly meeting for retirees and their spouses will be from 10 a.m. to noon today In the Wortham Auditorium at Rosenberg Library, 2310 Sealy Ave. In Galveston. Christian Women meat Galveston County Christian Women's Club will have a brunch/meeting at 9:30 a.m. today at Galveston Country Club. Crafts and goodies to be sold to benefit Stonecroft Christian Mission. Volunteer workshop Volunteers Interested In working at American Red Cross disaster shelters will have a workshop at the Kemah Fire Department on Highway 146 from 6-10 p.m. today. Call 763-5971 to register. Duplicate Bridge Club The Galveston Duplicate Bridge Club meets 7 p.m. Tuesdays at Denny's Restaurant, 6402 Broadway. For more Information, call Dorothy Chlonsin! at 9356076 or Margaret Howard at 737-1982. ABWA meet Sand Dollar Chapter of ABWA will meet at 6:30 p.m .today at the Holiday Inn. Sylvia Kitchens will be the featured speaker and momKoro ara asked to dress in Halloween costumes. For reservations call 772-6759 or 772-7494. Seniors Enjoy Eyesight Mainland Chapter pf Seniors Enjoy Eyesight sponsored by The Eye Clinic of Texas will meet from 10:30 until noon today at Nessler Center In Texas City. A representative from American Red Cross wiB present a program "Safety In the Home." Galveston SEE meats SEE (Seniors Enjoy Eyesight) will meet at 2:30 p.m. today at the Galveston County Senior Citizens Center, 22nd and L. Speaker will be Janyce Blozlnskl from the Texas Society to Prevent Blindness. Call 765-6324. Professional Women meet The Association for the Promotion of Professional Women will sponsor a luncheon seminar today at South Shore Harbour Country Club. Guest speaker Dr. Carolyn L Huntoon of NASA will discuss "Medical Benefits of Space." Public welcome; call Maria Longnecker at (713) 685-7571 for reservations. Women Voters meet The League of Women Voters of the Galveston area will hold Its general meet- Ing at 7 p.m. today In the Worthen Auditorium of the Rosenberg Library. "Know Your Town" program will study Galveston, La Marque and Texas City. Call Nina Williamson, 762-1629 or Lynn Thompson, 744-8412. Attention Deficit masting The Bay Area Chapter of the Attention Disorders Association will meet at 7:30 Thursday In the Rockwell building cafeteria, 600 Gemini. Speaker on "Vision Strategies for Students with Attention Difficulties." The chapter meets tha second Thursday of each month. For more Information, contact Nata Etherton at 4867776. Plant Sale On Thursday and Friday the Houston Sat- telltea Begonia Society will have a Plant Show and Sale at the League City Bank and Trust, 303 East Main, from 9 a.m. to 5p.m. Singles volleyball Single adult volleyball and table games at 7 p.m. Friday at First Baptist Church in Texas City. For more Information call 9452309. Beta Study Club The Beta Study Club will meet at 10 a.m. Friday In the Randall Room, Rosenberg Library. The program, "Gambling, Gambling and Prostitution," will be presented by Mrs. James G. Hilton. Ball Class Reunion The Ball High School Class of 1938 will have their 55th Reunion Oct. 15-16. At 6 p.m. on Oct. 15 a social and seafood dinner at Galdo's. At 6 p.m. on Oct. 16 a Western dinner and dance held at Elks Lodge. Music provided by Chubby's Choice Country Dance Band. For more Information call Margaret Hermann Boles at 762-4603 or Edith Van Zandt Cridland at 744-8188. Barbecue and Auction Grace Episcopal Church, 36th and Ave. L In Galveston, will have Its annual Fall Bar B Qua and Auction from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. Saturday. Serving beef and chicken dinners at $5 a ptate. Sweets and cakes on sale at the parish hall. For phone orders or delivery call 762-9676. Divers flea market Bay Area Divers will hold their 18th annual scuba divers flea market from 10 a.m. to 5 pjn.Saturday at CAP Laundholt Pavilion, 5000 NASA Road 1. Admission is $2. Call (713) 331-0258. Outside the flea market will be the Galveston Bloodmobile for blood drive to collect for the bum children at Shriners Hospital. Singles meet Gaiveston Singles will bowl at Island Bowl, 35th and Seawall Blvd. at 4 p.m. Saturday. Call 744-261 g.Lunch at Flying Dutchman In Kemah at 1250 p.m. Sunday. Call 7444470. Trip to Houston Zoo at 11 a.m. on Oct. 18. Bring a sack lunch. Caii 7401163. University Women meat The American Association of University Women will meet at 10 a.m. Saturday in the Galveston College Library 2nd Floor Crockett Campus. The program will be on Elder Hostel In Galveston. Call 7444953 or 737-2867. Literacy Tutor Workshop Tha Galveston County Literacy Organization will conduct a Tutor Training Workshop from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Saturdayat the Fort Crockett campus of Galveston College Room 122. There is no charge for the workshop. Cost for books and materials Is $18. For more Information or to register call 744-3031. TC Ancestry -Searchers Texas City Ancestry Searchers wiJ meet In the genealogy room at Moore Memorial Library from 6:30-8:30 p.m. on Oct. 4,11 and 18 to offer Individual assistance. If you have collected Information pleasa bring it with you. Diabetes seminar The University Diabetes Center, UTMB Galvaston, U sponsoring a fall seminar for persons of all ages who have diabetes mellltus, from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. Saturday. For registration Information call 1-800228-1849 or 772-4570. Registration fee is $20 which Includes lunch, nutrition breaks and diabetes health care Information packet. Baked Potato Dinner Burnett Elementary PTO will have a Baked Potato Dinner at 4 p.m. on Oct. 18. The $4 dinner Includes a baked potato with all trie trimmings, salad and a brownie. Eat In or take out. The PTO meeting will also be Ocl 18 at 6:30 p.m. For more Information call 740-0256. Non-profit workshops Unlimited Potential Is presenting a series Supplied tty ARTS CRAFTS FRAMES & FLOWERS Crafted By Yon Sale ends 10/17/93 Autumn ALE DAY SALE NOW IN PROGRESS Assurance: WE'LL BEAT COMPETITORS AD PRICES BY 10% On items of identical size and brand. Clearance or Percent off sales do not apply. See store for details ARTS • CRAFTS • FRAMES • FLOWERS * ARTS • CRAFTS • FRAMES • FLOWERS • ARTS, HALLOWEEN YARD SIGNS 1 Q"7 Assorted styles ij t to accent your yard PARKING FOR ONLY TOUDi GHOST TREATS ONLY! Reg. 7.99 of workshops lor staff, board members and volunteers form Oct. 19-28. Topics Include Board Development, Fundralsing for Board Members, Burnout Prevention, • Teambuildlng, Leadership and Motivation, Achieving Results, Proposal Writing and Coping With Conflict and Dealing with "Difficult" Personalities. For Information call 763-3400. Singles meet Galveston Singles will meet to discuss plans for line dancing at 7 p.m. on Oct. 21. For information call 744-2619 or 744-5284. Arthritis Support Arthritis Support Group witl meet from 67:30 p.m. on Oct. 21 at Edgewater Methodist Retirement Center, 2228 Seawall Blvd.. The theme Is "Cooking with Comfort" with Celesta Lyman, registered dietitian. Kids lock-up Y.M.C.A. LocK-ln for ages 6-12, bring your own snacks, a blanket, pillow, a change of clothing after swimming on Oct. 22. Registration today-Friday, capacity Is 60 students, $10 per student. Card party Catholic Daughters of American will have a card party from 1-4 p.m. on Oct. 23 at the K.C. Hall, 1912 Winnie. R.S.V.P. 7443007. Singles meet Bay Area Singles Masquerade Ball Oct. . 23 at VFW Lodge In Bactiff on FM 646 from 830 p.m. to midnight. Costumes optional; $5 members, $8 non-members. Prizes for best costume. Call hotline at 480-2727 or Harry at 280-O088. Arts and crafts show The League City Business and Professional Women Lioness Club is sponsoring the 4th annual Holiday Arts and Crafts Show at the League City Civic Center from 10 ajn. to 6 p.m. on Oct. 30. For information call (713) 332-3961 or (713) 534-3080 after 6p.m. Craft Fair The Ladles Auxiliary of Dickinson VFW Post 6378 will sponsor a Craft Fair on Oct. 30 at the post on Highway 3. To reserve booths call 332-3387 or 337-4952. Booths outside will be $15 and Inside will be $20. All proceeds from this event will be given to cancer aid/research. Lincoln Festival The Lincoln Woodland Heritage Association Inc., will sponsor the 3rd "Hands Around Lincoln' Festival from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. on Oct. 23 on the Lincoln grounds. A&M Alumni meet The Galveston County Alumni Chapter of Prairie View A&M University will have all PV graduates, former students, spouses and friends In Galveston for a "Get Acquainted Mixer-Membership Drive" from 47 p.m. on Oct. 23 at Mr. D's Club, 28th and Seawall Blvd. For more information call 938-4041 or 762-8089. Proposal Clinic A Proposal Writing Clinic for Community- based Nonprofit Organizations will be held Oct. 26-27. (identifying funding sources, how to approach funders, using foundation resources, presenting a convincing budget, hands-on grant writing and editorial review will be covered. To register or receive more InformaBon can Unlimited Potential at 763-3400. Christmas Bazaar The 18th annual Community Christmas Bazaar will be held at Holy Trinity Episcopal Church. 4613 Highway 3 in Dickinson, from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. Nov. 13. Indoor spaces at $20 and outdoor spaces at $10 are available. Call (713) 337-1833 or 3374314 for Information. Card party CDA Card Party from 1-4 p.m. on Oct. 23 at the K.C. Hall, 1912 Winnie. R.S.V.P. at 744-3007. HALLOWEEN FLAG Reg. 12.99 FALL GOURDS, PUMPKINS & CORN 0 . 2 for HALLOWEEN COSTUMES Selection varies by store Reg. 4.99 to 24.99 PUMPKIN IMPOSTER Reg. 14.97 18" HALLOWEEN TREE V Reg. 2.99 FALL ARRANGEMENTS BSf! ORANGE & BLACK CROCHET COTTON RATTAN UNLACQUERED CORNUCOPL CREPE PAPER 81 ft Reg. 880 17" WIRE SPIDER WEB 2 for Reg. 2.99 20"PORCELAIN VASE ASSORTMENT DARICE SPOOL-O- RIBBON 2 for 6-10 Yds. 8oz. STIFFY 6-10 Yds. D 54 300 to 400 6 1 / 2 " CERAMIC PUMPKIN (97 9x12 FELT SQUARES 5 for Reg. 45.00 SHORT SLEEVE T-SHIRT Reg. 2.99 LIQUID SEOUIN PAINT Sold undecorated available in assorted colors Reg. 4.99 to 6.99 POLYMARK GLITTER PAINT 2 for -JOO 1 oz Reg. 1.27 2oz Reg. 2.99 fcust^rt •*»••». € SUEDE LACE 1/8" 25 yd bolt. Saturday 2:00 p.m. Make It and Take it Bow Demo Tradewinds Shopping Center 21st & Palmer Hwy, Texas City 942-4314 PMI «I CAN DO IT" Craft Sheets Easy to follow step by step instructions on a variety of exciting craft projects. Store Hours: Monday Saturday 9-9 Sunday 12-6 ARTS • CRAFTS * FRAMES • FLOWERS * ARTS • CRAFTS • FRAMES * FLOWERS • ARTS i

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