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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 25, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta 18 THE LETHBRIDQE HERALD Friday, October 25, 1974 Herald Family Drop-in day care centre investigated for YMCA MEMBERS OF SOUTHMINSTER JUNIOR GIRLS' CHOIR REHEARSING COMIC OPERA SNOW WOLF FOR SUNDAY'S CONCERT DOMINION REBEKAH LODGE NO. 41 BAZAAR WINNERS Cloth Mrs. R. Snowdon Mrs. R. Linderman Door Prize Mrs. Arthur Fazio Three-In-One concert Sunday Sunday's Three-In-One concert marks the 25th year the director of the Anne Campbell Singers has con- ducted choral programs in southern Alberta. Under the tutelage of Anne Campbell, Lethbridge and area singers have received years of voice-training and in the process have put Lethbridge on the map, winn- ing a number of national and international awards for ex- cellence. For instance, the Anne Campbell Singers in 1972 won first place in the youth choir competition in Llangollen, Wales and in 1973 won two provincial awards in addition to the Alberta Achievement Award attained the previous year. Member of a choir in her youth, Mrs. Campbell studied music and piano in her native city of Saskatoon. She began a career as a school teacher, but decided life in a one-room teacherage wasn't for her. Prior to moving to Lethbridge in 1952, she con- ducted a junior choir for the SUPSUfflj It's the sweater season and we've got a fantastic selection for the entire family. SPECIAL PURCHASE! LADIES SWEATERS Choose from exciting new styles short or long sleeves Pullover style, assorted knits. Some with embroi- dered trim. S-M-L. MANUFACTURERS CLEARANCE! BOYS GIRLS SWEATERS Fantastic selection at a fantastic price. Assorted styles, colors Hurry in. limited quan- tities. FAMOUS MAKER MENS SWEATERS Machine washaMe. Man-flwde fibres and pure wool. Huge selection o! latest styles and colors S-W-t-XU Prices effective Tonight til 9 p.m. and Saturday till p.m Centre Village Mall Phone 329-0037 United Church in Picture Butte. Interest in Mrs. choir soon grew and the singers were expand- ed from a choir at .Southminster United Church to an interdenominational group. The Three-in-One concert, to be held at the Yates twice on Sunday at and p.m. represents a combina- tion of three different age levels of singers in one presen- tation. The concert is sponsored by the Southminster Junior Girls Choir (ages nine to 14) who will perform "The Snow a comic opera. Sharing in the presentation will be the Teen Clefs (ages 16-22) per- forming "Captain Noah and His Floating a pop can- tata, and the Anne Campbell Singers (aged 14-18) singing "Swingin7 a second pop cantata. Tickets for the concert are available from all the members of the participating choirs and from Leister's Music. WeeWh.msv The Lethbridge YMCA is investigating the feasibility of operating a drop-in day care centre in its all-purpose room, tentatively scheduled to begin early in 1975. YMCA secretary Richard Bailey says the project is still wholly in the preliminary planning stages. "We're not even sure what sort of a child care facility we'd operate, presuming our application for licensing is approved and the city gives us the go-ahead." However, Y staff members Gwenyth Epp and Cam Brown have set the wheels in motion: application for licensing forms have been requested from the department of health and social development's homes and institutions branch and, on behalf of the Y, the municipal planning commis- sion will recommend to city council that zoning bylaw 2750 be amended to allow a day care facility in a publicly- zoned area. Whatever action the YMCA board of directors decides to take on the day care situation, adds Mr. Bailey, their inten- tion is to provide the "best possible environment a child can have." "Our primary objective is to update and improve the child care service we are already providing for members taking programs on Y says Mr. Bailey. "And we are doing that now. We have hired experienced personnel Gwenyth Epp and two assistants and we are now equipping the room. We've been inspected by health and fire department authorities and feel fairly con- fident our application for licensing will be approved." "We hope to provide a better service than legally re- adds Mr. Bailey. "Although the needs of our members will receive priority, should we establish a drop-in centre there will be space for non-Y mothers to use the facility." January is the Y's target date for exploring members' reaction and funding possibilities for the day care centre. "We're not saying we'll have a centre in opera- tion by stipulates Mr. Bailey. "We're merely saying we'll be able to make a deci- sion at that time." Club corner A promotional meeting for the Kidney Foundation, spon- sored by the Dr. F. H. Mew- bum OBE Chapter, IODE, will be held at p.m. Sun- day in the auditorium of the former St. Michael's Nurses Residence. Judge G. V. Sinclair will be speaking. The. public is urged to attend. Southminster Circle Square Dance Club will hold the regular dance at p.m. Saturday in Southminster Hall. All square dancers welcome. Women are asked to bring a pie. The ACW of the Church of St. Mary the Virgin are spon- soring a fall flea market at 10 a.m. Saturday in the church hall, 539 12th St. C N. A good variety of articles will be available. The Japanese United Church Women will sponsor the annual chow mein supper and bazaar from 4 to 8 p.m. Saturday in the church, 9th Street and 9th Avenue N. Proceeds for missionary pur- poses. Everyone welcome. The Sir Alexander Gait Chapter, IODE, will hold a rummage sale in the all- purpose room of the civic centre at 9 a.m. Saturday. Some very special articles will be on sale. T. E. Brewerton, a Calgary pharmacist, will speak on Hebrew influence in the Americas at a meeting of the Archaeology Society of Lethbridge Saturday at 8 p.m. in room 30 at the Lethbridge Community College. The Lethbridge Women's Progressive Conservative Association will hold a regular meeting at 8 p.m. Monday at the home of Mrs. Keith DeAr- mand, 314 12th St. S. ThetmaRoss Send your cMd'squoimontatha paper. Style Rite Beauty Shop 1514 9 Ave. S. Phone 327-5000 IS CELEBRATING A NEW PERM WITH THE FRAGRANCE OF SUMMER FLOWERS JEANOURR JEANNIECLEMIS JEANNE VAN RYN WANDA HOVEY Owner and A new Operator Jean Gurr, recently arrived from Calgary, jean has 7 years experience and is very well qualified in the very latest trends in hair styling. "ALL OUR STAFF IS WELL QUALIFIED TO SERVE YOUR EVERY NEED" Lamb's Navy Rum. 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