Traverse City Record-Eagle from Traverse City, Michigan on April 14, 1977 · Page 21
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The Record-Eagle, Travene City, Mich. 4M84, Thursday, April 14, If77 -- Page 21 Two artists create musical mime Reading development talk set By EUNICE PINES Record-Eagle columnltt TRAVERSE CITY -- The April 18th meeting of the Traverse Bay Area PTA Council should prove to be a very interesting and thought provoking meeting. Betty Lewis, who teaches a course called Reading Development for Adults at Northwestern Michigan College, works with college students who are in need of assistance in their reading and study habits. The college brought her here several years ago when it was found that many students entering college were in need of assistance in their reading. Betty Lewis will speak on Reading Development in Elementary and Secondary Schools. The hosts for this PTA Council meeting will be the Traverse City Junior High PTSA and the PTA Council meeting will be held in the 8th grade wing of the Junior High School at 7:30 p.m. sharp. Following the program will be the PTA Council meeting which includes the Michigan convention report and council bylaws revision. "Let's join all of our PTA friends and come to this informative meeting." Another informative program will be held at the Willow Hill School April 20 at 8 p.m. and a special invitation has been extended to all people. The Willow Hill PTA invites all of you to come and listen to John W. Dieckman, vice president of the National Reye's Syndrome Foundation, president of the Benzie County School Board and member of the Crystal-Platt PTA. John Dieckman will speak about Reye's Syndrome, a disease known to be the killer of young children with a fatality rate for reported cases being nearly 50 percent. Michigan had the highest reported incidence of Reye's Syndrome in the nation for the last reported year (1974) and continues to experience very high incidence. A reye's Syndrome resolution submitted by the Crystal-Platte PTA was passed by the Michigan PTA convention body recently so not the Michigan PTA will urge the State Legislature to increase efforts of the State Department of Public Health and medical institutions of higher-learning as well as national related agencies for the coordination of data collection and research activities for Reye's Syndrome. A motion was also made on the floor of convention to enter into discussion (Michigan PTA) with the' National Reye's Syndrome Foundation of Ann Arbor, in order to determine if the state and national PTA are the appropriate vehicles for the dissemination of information to parents and teachers. This motion was passed. Dieckman will speak exactly at 8 p.m. A short business meeting, will precede the program at .7:30 p.m. Two years ago a group of parents gathered at the TC Public School field lab and heard about Dick Murphy's program for elementary outdoor education. A great deal of enthusiasm was generated at this meeting and was responsible for an acceleration of interest by some of the schools in the field lab and its program. Some of those who attended that first meeting became trained nature aides. Some of the schools, as a result, were able to call, upon their own nature aides last year to accompany children for their day at the field lab. A number of aides assisted Dick Murphy with classes from other schools as trained trail guides, craft teachers, etc. A meeting is being called by Beverly Fitz and Sue Schubert for April 27 at 9:30 a.m. to again meet with Dick Murphy at the field lab. At this time we will renew acquaintances, discuss where we have been, where we are today, and where we might go insofar as helping our children, their teachers, and the staff at the field lab in the vital area of outdoor education. Any and all interested people are invited to this meeting. Let's have representatives from all our schools. PTA Calendar of Events April 18 -- Traverse Bay Area PTA Council 7:30 p.m. at the 8th Grade Wing, Jr. High. Speaker: Betty Lewis, NMC, "Reading Development CARNATION SPECIAL ^ N Friday Saturday 1 Dozen FANCY GRADE CARNATIONS $400 While They Last Cash A Carry WEAVER House of Flowers 1014 Sixth St. Traverse City HOBBY and MODEL SHOW Sat. April 23rd -- 9 A.M. to 5 P.M. at DeYoung's, 234 E. Front St. sponsored by The Traverse City Optimists Club and DeYoung's. Show open to all ages. Complete the entry below and return to DeYoungs by April 21st. CLIP MAIL- NAME .. ADDRESS PHONE AGE TYPE OF MODEL All entries must be at DeYoung's by9 A.M. April 23rd. frizes will be awarded by age groups. Everyone invited from 9 A.M. to S P.M. Fri.-Sat.-Sun. April 8-10 F/fff GIFTS FRIDA Y NIGHT! First 5 Cars (Driver And All Passengers) Free Adults -- Free Buttered Popcorn Children (Under 2 yri) Free Admission Candy in Elementary and Secondary Schools." April 20 -- Sabin PTA.7:30 p.m. Tour of Junior High. April 20 -- Willow Hill PTA 7:30 p.m. business meeting. 8 p.m. Speaker: John W. Dieckman, vice president of the National Reye's Syndrome Foun' dation. . April 21 -- Traverse City Senior High School PTSA 7:30 p.m. High school library. Student delegates will report on convention. Hear the winning literature entry for the Michigan PTA Reflections contest. Program: Sports, interscholastic and intramural. David Dye, Brad Beagle and Margaret Underwood. Marine Sergeant Mark P. DeRosia, son of Helen L. DeRosia Of Bellaire, has graduated from Drill Instructor School at the Marine Corps Recruit Depot, Parris Island, S.C. Navy Hull Maintenance Technician Fireman Apprentice James P. Patterson, son of Mr. and Mrs. Artie O. Patterson of Traverse City, recently participated in the U.S. Sixth Fleet operation "National Week XXII". He is a crewmember aboard the tank landing ship USS Harlan County, homeported in Norfolk, Va. INTERLOCHEN - Musical Mime, a novel theatrical experience, comes to Corson Auditorium of the Grand Traverse Performing Arts Center April 24 at 3 p.m. It is the latest attraction of the Special Concert Series; at the Interlochen Arts Academy. Steve Colucci (Mime) and Robert Ruggieri (Musician) are young artists who have blended pantomime with a Moog synthesizer ahd classical guitar in a new concept of one of man's oldest performing arts, and call it Musical Mime. Both young men have pursued their individual arts with leading artists in their fields. Colucci, a protege of Marcel Marceau, has studied with Etienne Decroux and Ella Jarosewicz. He also continues ballet studies in New A GREAT SEAFOOD BUFFET Every Friday Night Fresh lake Trout Whitefish Steamed Shrimp Crabmeat Imperial Top Round of Beef Fried Cod / per person 5P.M.-10P.M. York City. Ruggieri started lessons on guitar at age 11; at .16 he turned to classical guitar and a serious music career. Private study with Jose Franco of Madrid's Royal Conservatory and Sebastian Maroto, accompanist for Marceau, augmented study at Queens College as a music major. Interest in t h e s y n t h e s i z e r came l a t e r . Development of Musical Mime came during three years of extensive training in Paris, Rome and Madrid. This appearance is supported by the Michigan Council for the Arts. While at Interlochen, the Musical Mime will present workshops with the academy theatre arts department. Unreserved seat tickets are available at the Special Events O f f i c e , Interlochen Arts Academy, and Kurtz Music and Sound in Traverse .City. Friday evening only Take your MotHer-in-law to dinner Absolutely *Free! * Three dinners for the price of two. Non-mothers-in-law also eligible. (There will be no charge for the least expensive of the 3 dinners ordered). 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