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Acton Fun construction of family flags to take home is planned.Older children 'ages 6 and up) can take part in a workshop entitled "Wave the Flag” from - p m Origami animals, paper whistles, magical paper toys and flags will be created Call 264-4201 regarding pre-registration Mini-triathlon The Thoreau Club of Concord will sponsor a mini-tnalhlon on July 8, to include a half-mile swim in one of the club's three pools, a 14-mile bike ride, and a three-mile run through Concord countryside Proceeds will benefit Massachusetts Special Olympics Interested persons can pre-register with Michele Picard (369-7349).
The contemporary Greek ensemble, with Eleni Mahaira-Odoni singing, will present traditional and contemporary Greek music on gouzouki, bag-lama, guitar and piano.
from 8- pm , in the Mc Carthy-Towne Schol library, junction Routes 111 27. 24 and 29; while Oklanhoma s play is scheduled for June 17, 22 and 30. Host family needed The ASSE International Exchange Program is in need of a Greater Lowell area host family for 16-year old Elizabete Ugarte from Spain, who enjoys music, dance, swimming and gymnastics.
Acton Chapter plans and goals for the coming year will be discussed, with prospective members invited to attend. “Wamesit" unveiling A Mico Kaufman sculpture, titled The Wamesit Indian,' will be unveiled on June 17. Interested persons can contact ASSE repre sentative Jane Kitchen (603-889-5805) for further details Protesting family violence A demonstration called "Defying the Fathers: A Father’s Day Protest of Patriarchal Violence Against Women and Children” will be held on June 18.
Helen, who in her prime danced with Rudolph Valentino at the Memorial Auditorium (she was "Miss Lowell” then), was the First woman in New England to receive a liquor license.
Popping off to Florida at an age when other people retire, she promptly bought a gas station, converted it into a dine-and-dance bistro and set Crystal River agog. Adding, "if you rest, you rust.” Computing in comfort By LARRY BLASKO Associated Press Writer Sitting for hours at a computer is one of the many chores of modem life to which our bodies must adapt.