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Colorado Springs Hispania News (Newspaper) - April 7, 2005, Colorado Springs, Colorado 7 de Abril 2005 -14 de Abril 2005hispania news Page 3community Newcity Council passes water restrictions Colorado Springs City Council passed the following changes to watering restrictions which will be effective april 15 a customers May water no More than two Days per week a residential even addresses May water sunday and wednesday a residential Odd addresses May water tuesday and saturday a commercial customers May water monday and Friday a no watering is permitted Between the hours of 9 am and 6 pm a Trees shrubs Flowers and gardens excluding turf grass May be watered on any Day with a handheld Hose equipped with a positive shutoff nozzles watering can or a drip irrigation system. A customers can Wash vehicles at Home on weekends or on watering Days if they use a Hose equipped with a positive shutoff nozzle. Vehicles May also be washed at a commercial car Wash on any Day because water is recycled. System wide storage volume is 45.3 billion Gallons or 57 percent of capacity. Normal system Springs utilities water storage for March is 76 percent of conservation tips rebate program capacity. Customers Are and free conservation classes. For encouraged to continue to More info on these services Call conserve by taking advantage of 448-4800 or visit . Mary Kay race matters symposium Sparks discussion race matters a Colorado College symposium examining How race still affects every level of american society will feature speakers musicians and activists in a series of events until april 17. A the symposium is in direct response to discussions that have been percolating on Campus for the past few years from minority and majority students alike that rather than have another multicultural awareness event we needed some Type of forum that seriously challenges people to talk about race a said Rochelle Mason a symposium organizer and director of minority student life. Michael Trujillo a Laguna Pueblo from new Mexico and former us assistant surgeon general kicked off the symposium with his talk american Indian health care and policy a personal experience on wednesday March 30. Other speakers included Spencer d. Wood a cd visiting assistant professor of sociology Nick Kotz Winner of the pulitzer prize for National reporting and the National Magazine award and Emma Perez a professor at the department of ethnic studies at the University of Boulder. Magdalen Hsu i a chinese american bisexual activist and Singer songwriter will perform smashing the ceiling on Friday april 8 at 8 pm in Bemis great acoustic pop Folk alternative genre. She is an acclaimed performer on the College festival Folk and club tour circuits and her music offers rebellion in soaring vocals and Gritty angst filled lyricism. Hsu lies performance is also part of cd asian awareness week. On saturday april 16 at 12 30 pm in Armstrong Hall Mike Edmonds cd Dean of students and Renise Walker 06 will officially open two Days of symposium events. Immediately following is you called me what a faculty panel discussion on race stereotyping group Labelling and political correctness. Jennifer r. Holladay director of education and special projects at the Southern poverty Law Center will present the role of Whites in anti racism a Road map on saturday april 16 at 2 30 pm in Armstrong Hall. Symposium attendees will have the Opportunity to take part in discussion groups on saturday april 16 at 4 pm through sustained dialogue an initiative engaging Community members in ongoing discussions that result in actions and change. Sustained dialogue is an International initiative credited with playing an instrumental role in successfully negotiating the historic mid East peace accords. Locations to be announced Call 389-6607 for Hall. Hsu i is a Pioneer in the Casa seeks volunteers to supervise Parent child visits there is a restraining orders Between the parents. The Casa supervised Exchange and parenting time program is supervised and participants Are screened by experienced staff. The visits occur on evenings and weekends. Anyone interested in attending the training and becoming a Casa Volunteer is invited to Call Jerri Miller director of volunteers at 447-9898 ext. 1008. Court appointed special advocates of the pikes Peak Region Casa is planning a training for Community volunteers to supervise visits Between children and their non custodial parents. The training begins april 23 and will total of 17 hours. Casa is appointed by the courts of the 4th judicial District to supervise such visits when there is a High conflict divorce Case involving parenting issues or when a a to help cd Emit a arly i give the sift it giving As a shiver key Volunteer drive a Silva key Van Tetras just a hours once a week deliver a few Marie takes just 2 hours once a week deliver food commodities to the elderly provide office Clen Cal receptionist duties help with maintenance duties can Silvas a Salsi Moi e info in anon 632 1521 information. Beverly Moran a professor of Law and sociology at Vanderbilt University will present the capstone lecture of the symposium on saturday april 16 at 7 30 pm in Armstrong Hall. Moran is a leading race theory and tax scholar whose research analyses the disparate Impact of Federal tax code on Blacks. Staying on the Wall annual gospel extravaganza will comprise the symposiums grand finale on sunday april 17 at 3 pm in Armstrong Hall and feature the gospel music workshop of America choir. The event will include a special address by Rev. Reynolds local a act president and pastor of Emmanuel Baptist Church on segregation in worship and religious expression. The concert is also part of the cd Black student Union s Black history Celebration and the peace happens conference. All events Are free and open to the Public. For More information Call 389-6607, or visit news events race matters Asperas la Princesa Del Baile de graduation d6jame Crear Para to Una image Especial que Arraiga Todas Las Mirada. Esta Estu Noche Para brillar y Hacer Tus sue Rios real Idad. 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