Greeley Daily Tribune from Greeley, Colorado on February 25, 1976 · Page 12
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12 CREELEV (Colo.) TRIBUNE Wed.. Ftb. Z5,197t Greeley area University of Colorado alumni to hear Rautenstraus March 5 4-H Pool Is 910,000 News University of Colorado graduates now living in the Greeley area will have an opportunity on Friday, March 5, to hear CU President Roland C. Kautenstraus discuss the university and its future. Greeley and area alumni associates will meet at 7 p.m. March 5 for a buffet dinner at the Ramada Inn at Evans to hear the chief executive and to hear a performance of popular music by the Buffoons, a group of male CU singers. The appearance of President and Mrs. Rautenstraus in Greeley is his first official visit to the northern Colorado city since he was appointed president of the university in January, 1975. Reservations for the dinner at $8.30 a person including lax and tip can be made by telephoning Mrs. David Rosentrater either at the Chamber of Commerce, 352-3566, or at her home, 3538425. A cash bar will precede the dinner at 6 p.m. Another feature of the Greeley area meeting will be presentation of a CU Community Service Award to Josephine Broaddus Jones, a 1923 graduate of the University and a former speech teacher at Ossining, N.Y., High School before she retired and returned to Greeley. She is co-chairman with John W. Kinkade of .the Greeley C e n t e n n i a l - B i c e n t e n n i a l Committee and she has worked on many programs and is well known in the primary schools and public library where she has told stories to children and recorded books for the blind. WIG WAGS - Members of this club recently saw a guide dog demonstration during a recent meeting. The purpose of the demonstration was to understand the uses of guide dogs and how they are trained. Karen Prothe, reported Fund drive to bring church to Centennial Village begins AUpURN-Members elected officers during a recent meeting of this club. Elected were: Karen Brown, president; Gary Walso, vice president; Lisa Brown, secretary; Cindy Bacon, treasurer; Mary Brantner, scrapbook, and Karen Walson, reporter. A special achievement banquet is scheduled for March 6. Karen Walso, reporter Church groups and individuals have contributed J560 to bring a church to Centennial Village, as a fund-raising drive started this week. The Weld County Centennial Church Committee is seeking $10,000 from groups in the contributors will be mounted in moving, would have amounted similar renovation on a church. o to $17,000, while the other was This is giving her an op- The building being obtained is sail to be "prohibitive" in cost, portunity, she said, to become a 59-year-old white-frame Walter Stewart, committee involved here. co-chairman, points out that Church and individual con"we have looked at eight frame tributors should send donations churches. Some turned out to be to MaxineUIeason, treasurer of unavailable and two others Weld County Centennial Church church that represents the rural religious life of the county. The centennial church committee decided on this -- ...- -county to obtain, repair and put church because its owners, Mr. were in condition that we Committee, in card of an early-day church in the and Mrs. Harold Philp of west doubted they could be moved. United Bank of Greeley. of Grover offered the church for a reasonable amount, about $3,250, with the cost of site conditioning for a replacement building not included. The church needs extensive the village. This is being done in cooperation with the Greeley- Weld Centennial-Bicentennial Committee's plan to have the village in Island Grove Park open to the public by July 4. Contributing up to Sunday Two others were beyond our means. We feel the former Zion Lutheran Church offers us the most solid, movable building at the least cost." 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