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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 9, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta 20 THE IETHBRIDOF HERAltl Tuesday, May 9, 1772------- YWCA neivs A volunteer a person drama, V Teens and Blue Tri- who of his own Tree will offers angles. himself hi' n service or a duty.; The junior pvninasljcs (his In a day anil ngc where people now lenninalcil for Iliis season are striking for better pay and hut will .start up again in the improved working conditions, fall. one wonders if Ihe days of the are now well into spring, volunteer aren't limited. Dut and most summer programs where would we be without arc aiready being planned and these people. organized. The YWCA is work- The YWCA. just as one ex- ing Mils year in conjunction ample survives in many cases j with Ihe Lellihridge Comimm- on the dcdicalion of its volun-' Hy College and the Lethhridge tter workers. A number of Uie Community Semces in con- leaders of the programs spoir ncclion with the Community sored liy the YWCA arc people Summer Program, who of their nwn free will of-1 At this time the various Icad- ler their services to us. I crs arc being interviewed. The YMCA would like to ex-1 This summer promises to be tend their sincere thanks and j an exciting one with something appreciation lo ALL people who for even-one. Look for further help with programs on a volun- announcements regarding Ihe leer ov stmf basis. Community Program. Some of (he programs that I Readers! Don't forget the ire winding up Ibis month are: I YWCA New To You shop. Wt tiny tots creative movement, keep fit and swim, yoga, iiiclnor-ou'.dooi ball are always in the need of vol- j untcer workers and donations tennis, volley- of clothing and small household English, synchronized I appliances. s n- i m m i n g. Bowman TAB If 3-011 can help in any way group, adult guitar, junior contact the shop at B-5636. JAZZED UP YWCA An open housD will be held Wednesdoy from p.m. and 7-9 p.m. lo give interest ed persons the opportunity to inspect the newly refurbish- ed YWCA. In the renovated living room, sealed left to right: Sophie Hud, Mary Lou Fllerl, Margaret Mary Delan- ey, Judy Potter, Pot Ffyn.-l. Standing, right, Goil White. -Walter Kerber Pholo