E-Bulletin of February 17, 2005

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Basketball for Tsunami Relief
The Athletic and Student Activities Departments extend this invitation to ask for your help in supporting the Tsunami Relief Effort by purchasing tickets to a Thursday, Feb. 17, 5 p.m. women’s basketball game, and 7 p.m. men’s basketball game. A halftime show will feature MCCC's Cheer Dance Club.

Ticket pices are: adults $3.00; seniors and children under 12 $2.00; MCCC Students with ID $1.00.

Tickets will be on sale in the Student Center from 12-1. To purchase tickets at another time please visit SC160. Tickets are also available at the door. For additional information, please call ext. 3403.

Surfin' Sarari Coming March 5
The sun is rising higher in the sky every day, so if you haven't made your reservation yet for Surfin' Safari, the MCCC Scholarship Dinner Dance, now is the time! Don't miss this fabulous event at the Hyatt Regency, with its fantastic menu of beef and chicken, fancy hors d'oeuvres, a nationally recognized band playing beach classics, art and other auction items. Call Elaine Stout to reserve your seat. $150 for MCCC staff and faculty. Publicity Photos

Richardson to be Honored
Dr. Beverly Richardson, provost of the James Kerney Campus, was selected by the Girl Scouts of Delaware-Raritan as one of this year'
s "Women of Distinction." She will be honored on March 22 at a dinner at the New Brunswick Hyatt and will receive the "World of Education" award. The dinner cost is $135. For tickets call 732-821-9090. More

Heart Lecture
Did you ever pick up five pounds of fat in one lump? It feels surprisingly heavy! Caryn Alter, a registered dietitian in Cardiology Services at CentraState Healthcare System in Freehold, used the lump and other props during her lecture on Feb. 11 about heart health. A large, enthusiastic audience gave the presentation rave reviews. Helen Tanzini and Debbie Kell facilitated the event.

Visit the American Heart Association's nutrition site here

Pre-Super Bowl Party
The staff of Corporate and Community Programs hosted a SuperBowl "tailgate" lunch for their staff members on Feb. 4 in preparation for the big game. Photos

Goldstein to Perform Poetry
“Postcards from Romania: A Journey” is a program of poetry and sound to be performed by faculty member and poet Joan Goldstein, Ph.D., and musician John Burkhalter III, at Barnes & Noble Bookstore, Princeton Marketfair on Tuesday, April 5 at 7 p.m., during National Poetry Month.

A poet, artist and sociologist, Goldstein's work reflects images of Eastern Europe. These poems were written since her return from her "roots" journey to Romania last year. One poem recalls the story of her powerful, Romanian immigrant great-uncle who became the sparring partner for the great boxer Jack Johnson.

John Burkhalter will play musical sounds scored to Goldstein’s poetry, including an acorino which Goldstein brought back from the Peasant Museum in Bucharest.

Floral Beauty for Valentine's Day
Dom DeFino, Lynn Nelson, Elaine Stout and Lonnie Burgess were winners of beautiful floral arrangements made by members of the Horticulture Club. The Phi Theta Kappa organization joined with the Horticulture Club to raise money for charities through a drawing on Feb. 9. Photos

Blood Needed
The
Community Blood Council of New Jersey will hold a Blood Drive at St. Gregory the Great School Cafeteria, 4620 Nottingham Way, Hamilton Square, on Friday, March 18, from 3 to 8:30 p.m. For an appointment call Donna at 609-259-0742 or B. Bailey at 609-587-2307. Walk-ins are welcome.

Retirees to Meet March 16
Join old friends for lunch on March 16 at Sunny Gardens, 1 p.m. Call Helen Marie Dolton by March 14 to make your reservation at 882-5086.

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