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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 3, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta MOI It Gty's community services department co-ordinator The comnumity service as- pect of college programs is one wWch has not been greatly em- phasized in the public ooDeges rf Alberta to date. There are reasons for this, of come. First, the colleges ere relatively young institutions and in order In them- selves as viable post-secondary institutions they hare concen- trated on developing sound one and two-year career and aca- demic programs. ID addition, financial aaist- ance for UK purpose has been made available In colleges only kidretly (trough the provision of capital facilities, and through graiite based on en- rolments in the regular one and two-year programs. Community services, in the broad sense, are all of the pro- grams and resources of the institution that serve the needs of the community and its citi- zens. In a more operational they Include the educational, cultural, recreational, and com- munity development services of the college designed to meet the needs of the community above and beyond the tradi- tional day and evening classes. A major role of the com- munity college is to fill the need for programs of courses for adutte and other commun- ity college students, for which credit may or may not be given, designed to provide gen- eral education and to improve self-government, healthful liv- ing, understanding of civic and puttie affairs, avocational growth, constructive use of lei- sure, personal and family living satisfactions, cultural depth, and to facilitate occupational achievement. An analysis of the community services dimension in fte com- munity colleges of Alberta re- veals that while there has not been a major emphasis in this area, several colleges have done a considerable amount of worfc n some aspects of it, and all colleges have been in- volved to some extent It also demonstrates that the services provided sre closely related to the characteristics usuaHy associated with com- munity service programs. todays FUNNY Y.W.C.A-COMMUNITY SERVICES DEPARTMENT CO-OPERATIVE WINTER PROGRAM Commencing Week of January 10, 1972 Registration to be held Y2 hour before each class. KEEP FIT AND SWIM CIVIC CENTRE MONDAYS Keep Fit 8 9 p.m. Swim 8 9 and 9-10 TUESDAYS and THURSDAYS Keep Fit a.m. Swim a.m. FHS: SWIM KEEP FIT FOR 10 WEEKS KEEP FIT AND VOLLEYBALL AT THE FOLLOWING SCHOOLS GILBERT PATERSON MONDAYS 1-10 P.M. SENATOR BUCHANAN TUESDAYS 8-10 P.M. 6A1BRAITH THURSDAYS 8-10 P.M. HAMILTON VOLLEYBALL ONLY P.M. FEES: FOR 10 WEEKS YOGA ALL BEGINNERS CLASSES TUESDAYS A.M. BOWMAN ARTS CENTRE WEDNESDAYS 8-9 P.M. BOWMAN ARTS CENTRE SUNDAY 7-8 P.M. BOWMAN ARTS CENTRE FEES: ADULTS STUDENTS FOR 10 WEEKS TINY-TOTS CREATIVE DANCING THURSDAYS P.M. CIVIC CENTRE Feei: for 10 weekt INSTRUCTOR SOPHIA McMAHON MARILYN GILLIES BARBARA WILSON 5HERRYL DECO5TE CHRIS HAUFE 1 ALBINA GlEB DAVIS tAMARA WILSON NINA WASELENEK IS WALKER EJTHIR OGHN NETTIE MARSE CAROL 6EMER CAROL GEMER SHIRLEY ELLERMAN ELAINE TOMPKINS DEBBIE HOLMES DEBBIE HOLMES CAROL GEMER JUNIOR GYMNASTICS (GIRLS 8 TO 12) AT THE FOLLOWING SCHOOLS HAMILTON WEDNESDAYS P.M. WILSON THURSDAYS P.M. AGNES DAVIDSON SATURDAYS 10-11 A.M. Advanced and place to be announced later for 10 week. CAROL GEMER MICHELLE WALKER JULIE KOVACS NAT KOZUB Y.W.CA. PROGRAMS SYNCHRONIZED SWIMMING FRITZ SKK POOL p.m. p.m. Inllruclor Marjorie ENGLISH Norlhside 2-4 p.m. Instructor Mary Cowan Bowman Art 8-10 p.m. Instructors Jo Huxley and Ethel Kimmitt Fees: YWCA membership BRIDGE YWCA Residence, Wednesday 2-4 p.m. Bowman Art Centre, Tuesdays 8-10 p.m. Fees: plus YWCA membership LADIES' "TAKE A BREAK" Bowman Art Centre, Wednesdays 9-11 a.m. Spanish Village. Wednesdays a.m. Adams Ice Centre, Wednesdays 9-11 a.m. Fees: Silver Collection BLUE TRIANGLES (girit 8-12) art the following schools: Westminster, Tuesdays p.m. Agnet Davidion, Tuesdays 7-B p.m. Flmtwood-Bawdan, 7-8 p.m. St. Basil's, 6-7 p.m. Lakeview, Thursdays p.m. Senator Buchanan, Thursdays p.m. Galbrairh, Thursdays 7-8 p.m. Feei: YWCA membership Y-TEENS (Girls Westminster School, Wednesdays 7-8 p.m. Fees: YWCA membership The YWCA works with ihe Lethbridge branch of ihe CMHA, Golden Age Club, Municipal Hospital student nurses in pro- viding Keep Fit, Yoga and Swimming. Baby-sitting h provided for all day-lime classes. We reserve the right to cancel classes without minimum refl is (ration. ;