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Arizona Daily Wildcat,
September 8, 1999

Feeling strong and full of yourself? Then the time is right for you to donate some of your precious blood to a good cause all day today. Be tough, take the pain, because it is only a pinch anyway. The Red Cross is stationing its blood wagon on the UA Mall in front of the remains of Gallagher Theatre, next to the Cactus Garden. The mobile will be out at 9:30 a.m. and will hang around until 5 p.m. Sponsored by Student Health, the Red Cross is hoping everyone comes out and does their part. Contact Joyce Meder at 621-7428 if you need further information.

See the future of the UA in the making with the Integrated Learning Center groundbreaking this morning at 9 a.m. The higher administration leaders are planning to let passers-by take part in the historic ground breaking by letting them shovel out the first mounds of dirt from the area. Motivated students will be allowed to stay and dig out holes for the next 10 months. Freshmen are encouraged to participate and view this occasion, even though most of us will never get to experience this new facility. Expected to house many new technologies such as integrated classrooms, the Integrated Learning Center is scheduled to be completed in February of 2001. Remember, 9 a.m. near the Cactus Garden on the UA Mall. Sharon Kha at 621-9017 is ready to respond to any of your questions.

Test out your Shakespearean acting skills this afternoon with the open try outs for "Much Ado About Nothing." Held by the University Activities Board Arts Committee, the auditions will last today and tomorrow from 3 p.m. and should last 2 hours. All students are welcome, so trot on over to the President's Dining Room in the Memorial Student Union to get your acting groove on. The University Activities Board can answer all of your questions at 621-0768.

Need help on keeping your jungle called a yard under control? You may only be renting that old run-down house, but make it look good while you are there. The Wilmot library is sponsoring demonstrations every Wednesday entitled "Weed Control in Gardens and Landscapes" at 1 p.m. The Pima County Master Gardeners will be on hand to help you learn the ins and outs of keeping a satisfying and good-looking yard. It all takes place at the Wilmot Library located at 530 N. Wilmot Road in the Conference Room. Call the Extension Garden Center at 626-5161 if you have any additional questions.

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