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KBtop t IS. 2C31 Jj Graduation Friday for Park classes Embry-Riddl- NEWS BRIEFS On Base 3 Blood drawings planned e, will be held Friday and July 27 from 9 ajsi-noo- n at Lhe 4 19th Medical Squadron. Bidg. 568 (by the Base CErJc). There is a critical shortage of all types of blood. Donors will receive a certificate Base blood drawing? Candidate board convening The CY02 Mission Support Squadron Commander Candidate Board will convene Oct Any officer meeting the basic criteria may apply. Eligibility: Core AFSC 35P and 3iM officers are eligible. Core AFSC 61S, 62E, and 63A officers may request consideration by completing a statement of intent The board is open to lieutenant colonels, majors and majors-seleFor application information, contact 1st LL at ra!ph.murdock g hilaf.mil Ralph N lurdock via oratExt7-G337- . 10-1- e for a free pint of Farrs Ice Cream. For more inforor call Mountain Star Blood mation, call Ext Services at 479-23- 9. B Hill Field registration ct set Regis n anon for new students at Hill Field Elementary School is Aug. 1 from 1 am. Students who live ail on base or on Airlane Drive in Clearfield attend the schooL Those registering should bring an original birth certificate, immunization record. Social Security numbers for the child and parents, phone numbers of local emergency contacts or a first sergeant proof of residency and work place phone numbers or cell phone numbers. Families that plan to move onto the base before school starts need to bring a housing letter from the Housing Office. School starts Aug. 27. Construction closing road Engineers will close 1 1th Street between E and F Avenues July 31 to install a new fire hydrant near die Child Development Center. The road will be bloc ked from 8 a.m.-- p.m. and a detour provided. For more details, call Brian Nosker at Ext Civil 2 90-da- Luncheon canceled The July 26 Armed Forces Communications and Electronic Association luncheon has been canceled due to the Phase I1I exercise. The next meeting will be Aug. 16 at 1 1:30 a.m. at the Officers Cub. AFCEA is open to everyone. Call Cindy Davidson at Ext for more information. y service moves Civilian Pay Customer Service is now located in Bldg. 1289 on the first floor, center section. Phone numbers remain the same. Roy Gate hours change In Town D Abuse prevention 30-3- 1 for the Tops In D First aid 6:30-8:3- 0 825-315-6 S 7 While rates are r if 2. Jones-Sander- Embry-Riddl- e graduates are: Michael J. Allred, Keli L Crich field, Patrick T. Bachelor of science in Professional Aeronautics L L Darren J. Goss, Green, Christopher Hegy, Jerry Pulliam, Tyrone E. Reynolds. Bruce G. Bahner, Andrea E. Beringer. Greg D. Master of Business Administration in Aviation Crandell, John G. Dellis, Walter L Dobrowolski, Michael J. Hall, Sharon R. Hamilton. Todd R. R. Hite, Patrick J. Kilgore, Chris T. Larsen. Denny H. Mansell, Jerry I). Meakin, Cynthia C. Stephen B. Owens, Larry G. Patterson. Richard R. Odekirk. Master of Aeronautical Scu i. Moore-Anderso- n, Dr. Grace O'Brien "Carpal Tiinnel Syndrome Is Often A B. oiiimercUl Puri'haw Ki'tlname tI. onstrvivtion Maiiutacturetl ok I lorites l.miU Lots rvtlit Problems Utt Ktlo l Las Vegas, NV - NEW FREE REPORT reveals information that proves you may not need surgery after all! If you are Suffering from symptoms associated with carpal tunnel syndrome and are frustrated and don't know what to do next, e 24 hr. recorded message at call the 1IT mkm r Credit ow Rates IHiwim lum WVK(Miie . Jutllbo I OttUX t lines rtstlit toll-fre- C'losliiK fee I Medical 4JrM.lit Patient ntl rd '7 ft W Has Relocated to LSl Mountain View 0' Family Care l 3 2 Lavton 124 South Fairfield 3 Finally There Is Hope For Carpal Tunnel Sufferers! C ?4fl NJ Family Practice Misdiagnosed And Misunderstood!" JJ lUi 825-088- s. Warning: Carpal Tunnel Sufferers! il Z e Multi-Purpos- Wrw.eldwttttnoHq NOW classes set Clearfield City is sponsoring American Red Cross first aid and CPR classes July 31, Aug. 7 and Aug. 14 from p.m. in the Clearfield Justice Center's Room. The cost is $40 per second floor for To or more details, call Tammy person. register Viollos-Le- e or Jolene Goff at at or call Ext 60146. ReflnanceZ, Jones-Sander- conference set The 14th annual Mountain West Conference on Child at the Abuse and Domestic Violence will be July Shepherd Union building, Weber State University, Ogden. The cost is $60 per day or $ 100 for both days. Registration deadline is Friday. To register or for more details, call 3933366, or visit www.capcenter.org. Blue World Tour 2001, Aug. 22 at the Dee Events Center, Weber State University, Ogden. Doors open at 6 p.m., and the show starts at 7:30 p.m. Admission is free. For more details, call Ext At least 75 ushers are needed for the Tops In Blue performance. Volunteers will be on duty from 4:30-10:3-0 p.m. the day of the show to help with crowd control and will be required to attend a training meeting. To volunteer, contact Tech. Sgt Tyrone Reynolds, at tTone.reynoldshill.af.mil head usher, by nrVl BS. Richard Barbour. BS. Criminal Justice Criminal Justice Administration Terry Hughes. BS; Guy Johnson, AS; Steven Richardson, BS; Daniel Wheeler. AS. Criminal Justice in Law Enforcement Gregory P.Johnson, BS. Donna Bowden. AS; Craig Chaplick. AS; James Christy. BS; Juan BS; Steven Ames, Management Gonzalez Jr.. AS; Edward Iser. AS; Craig Johnson. AS; Karla Kendall AS; Darin Kinstkr, BS; (iylon BS; John Patrick, BS; Robert Porter, BS; Paul IVatt. AS; McGrift BS; Cassandra Nicherson-Roland- . BS; Ursula SmerakU BS; Jill Thorsted-LarseDanielle ResueUo, BS; Sandra Saphore. AS; Estreilita Sauri-SilvWellman. AS; Alice Wilson. BS; Lawrence Charles Scott Michelle Trush. BS; BS; Tucker, BS; Zirtzman, BS. Steven .Ames, AS; L Diane Bingham. AS; Denise Gipson. AS; CatherManagementAccounting ine Jaeger. AS; Avelino Nahil AS; Donna Parada. BS; Le wanda Par nelL AS; Tony Ramirez. BS; 1 )anielle ResueUo. AS and BS; Scott Tucker, AS; Tarsilla Wicker. BS; Alice Wilson. AS ManagementComputer Information Systems Sean .Ames, BS; Steven .Ames. BS; Janet Bericic, BS; Joel Bourne. BS;Troy Briggs. BS; Stephen Couture, BS; Richard Folkerls. BS; Donald Forrester, BS; Jose Geiger, BS; Mark Harshbarger. BS; Jerry Lukens, BS; James Kane. BS; Terrance Yytmk. BS; Charles Wilcox, BS; ManagementHuman Resources Philip Butler, BS; Wilson EdgelL BS; Monica Gomez-ArenaBS; John Martinez. BS; Donald McFarland, BS; BS; Shirley Haney, BS; Greta Patrick O'ConnelL BS; Matthew Ocana, BS; John Olive. BS; Letitia ( rta. BS; Steve Rogers, BS; Jill Smith, BS; Christina Thomas, BS; Ruth Woods, BS; Perry Woods, BS; Thomas Mustian, BS; Eric Romelfanger. BS; Ursula Smeraldo. BS. ManagementLogistics Yvette Chisholm, AS; Larry Lee, AS; Raquel Southall, AS. Office Management s, Social Psychology Ninetta Brown. BS; Vaughan Chesters, AS; Linda Cook, BS; Greta BS; Raymond Moore, AS and BS; Steven Richardson. BS; Christopher Roland. BS; Rashelle Taylor, AS; Veronica Thomas, BS. 1 mid-Octob- er UD WIST Park University graduates are: . Computer Science AJexis Franklin. BS; Twanna Fred. AS: Hans Furtx-r- BS; Cret( S. Johnson, AS and BSc Brian Perkins Perez. BS: BS; Jose Mendez. Emelgar BS; Wendv KeUev, BS; Ferdinand Lee, n. " H Customer The Roy Gate is now open until 6:45 p.m. weekdays The hours to help with construction traffic on will be extended until or until the construction situation on H5 improves. Tops in Blue coming The Magic Of Music" is the theme Aeronautical University More than 80 graduates will be honored when Embry-Riddland Park University conduct a joint graduation ceremony Friday at 7:30 p.m. in the North-ridg- e High School Auditorium. Guest speaker is Clarinda Creighton, Park University vice president for enrollment management and student services. will grant 15 Master of Business Administration in Aviation degrees and Embry-Riddl- e seven bachelor's degrees in Professional Aeronautics and Management of Technical Operations. Park University will grant degrees to 62 students and to 26 students in absentia. 546-944- 1 A TO5 edUattric L J. EDentistry Provider A Tri-Ca- re Children and Adults Generar7 Arcade Games Latest Technology in Painless Dentistry Dentist Now Available "Deployments II 1 m r mm wr are part of the job. But they can still catch us off guard." J USAA can help. If you're in the military, your family is too. 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