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9 November, 1984 '1 I WASHINGTON ACADEMY NEWS , by "[atomy Farris , Politics came to Washington Academy on Monday, October 29th. Larry Brown, Democratic candidate for State Senate, and John Cashwell, Republican candi- date for State Senate, debated the issues for two hours with approximately one hundred W.A. students looking on. The following four seniors asked questions- Theresa Bryant, Dawn Olsen, David Lund and Cheryl Knox. Also there were two people acting as timers-Tammy Farris and Linda Dupee. Many different questions were brought up such as: Mr. Brown-(1) What have you done to increase job opportunities in Washington County? (2) Do you think Maine should adopt a law for or against abortions? (3) Do you believe that pray- er should be allowed in Maine's public schools? Mr. Cashwell- (1) What have you done to increase job opportunities in Calais? (2) Do you think Maine should adopt a law for or against abortions? (3) Do you believe that prayer should be allowed in Maine's public schools? Four Washington Academy vocal mus- ic students were among the 125 students from throughout Maine who attended the Fifth Annual USM Choral Workshop at Gorham on Friday, October 26th. Robert Barnes, Sarah Hawbaker, Becky Frye and Carl Gay participated in rehear- sals of the workshop chorus, alternated with performances of the USM Chamber Singers, the Boy Singers of Maine, pianist Michael Braz, and the USM chorale. Also, students were presented a session on Musical Theater Techniques by Rhonda Martin of the USM faculty, and were coached for Allstate auditions by the vocal music staff. The final event of the day was a mass performance by the USM chorale and the workshop chorus, all under the direction of Dr. Robert Rus- sell of USM. On Friday, October 19th, Mr. Barry Dean, Vocational Assistant from Wash- ington Academy, participated in a work- shop held at Calais Memorial High School. R.H. Foster, Inc. OLD COUNTY ROAD MACHiAS, MAINE 04654 The purpose of the workshop was to : stress to teachers the importance of safe- ty in the classroom and shop. Mr. Dean was one of the six instructors who taught kingergarten through grade 12 teachers the necessity of safety in the classroom and shop. The workshop was attended by approximately 80 teachers from the sur- rounding area. The following Varsity Cheerleaders have been chosen: Pam Davis, Tammy Farris, Paula Norton, Joelle Owen, Mich- elle Farris, Kristen Kord, Brenda Foss and Mary Ellen Henderson. Varsity basketball will be hating try- ' outs next week then the team members will be chosen. The girls basketball team will also have try-outs. J. V. Cheerleaders will start practice on Thursday and will be chosen on Mon- day, November 5th. The Student Council sponsored a Hal- lowe'en Dress-up Day on Wednesday and prizes were awarded to different people. Roy Linton got the prize for the ugliest costume;Mary Ellen Hender- son for the cutest; and Mrs Jordon, best overall teacher and Mike Dean got scar- ies. SAY YOU SAW IT INTHE QUODDY TIDES THE QUODDY TIDES O UNWE00 OF MAINE at Machias Page 23 POSITION: DESCRIPTION: QUALIFICATIONS: LOCATION : STARTING DATE/ SALARY: APPLICATION: VACANCY NOTICE Assistant Director of Admissions. The University of Maine at Machias is seeking a full- time professional in the Admissions Office. This individual's responsibilities are to include professional representation of UMM at high schools and college fairs in Maine and the New England area, and to assist the Director of Admissions in te recruiting of students. Other responsibilities of this position in- clude interviewing of students, organizing orienta- tion programs, directingvolunteer recruiting programs, and assisting in the planning and development of marketing strategies. Candidates for this position should preferably meet the following qualifications: -- Masters Degree preferred, Bachelors Degree required; - Experience in Admissions procedures; - Knowledge of recruiting, recruitment programs and pertinent materials; - The ability to communicate and relate with high school and college students and to counsel each with regards to programs selection and activi- ties at the college level; and - A willingness to do extensive travel to represent UMM professionally. The University of Maine at Machias is a small (C. 825 students), individually accredited unit of the Univer- sity of Maine system. The successful candidate will begin work as soon as possible but no later than ,January 1, 1985. Salary range is $10,000 - $12,500. Applicants must submit a letter of application which speaks directly to the above qualifications with a resume to: David P. Baldwin, Director of Admissions, University of Maine at Machias, 90"Brien Avenue, Machias, ME 04654,on or before November 30, 1984, plus names, addresses, and phone numbers of three references who can be contacted if necessary. The University of Maine is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action Employer Now's the time to get chimneys ready for Santa and Christmas Clubs ready for Christmas 1985. 24 Hour Emergency Service Serving Down East Maine Tel. Machias - 255-4501 Lubec - 733-4712 Pembroke - 726-5587 HEATING OILS BURNER INSTALLATION SERVICE , . ii i| r i i NOTICE As required by the General Revenue Sharing regulations (31 CFR51.12 1981), the1984Survey of Local Government Finances (form RS (E 1984) was filed with the Bureau of Census on October 31, 1984 by the Town of Whiting. A copy of this report on the use of funds and relevant supporting documentation is on file at the home of Patricia Hall, Secretary to the Selectmen, at her home at Indian Lake, Whiting, Me. It is available for public inspection by appointment. Now's the time to put away the dollars you'll need for Christmas '85. There's no better place for those dollars than Machias Savings Bank. Their Christmas Clubs can be opened in any convenient denomination you choose. And not only will your Christmas Club dollars earn interest, MSB provides you with con- venient hours to care for your Club payments and other banking needs. Drive up window: 8 A.M.-4 P.M. Mon.-Thurs. 8 A.M.-6 P.M. Fridays Regular bank hours: 9 A.M.-3 P.M. Mon.-Thurs. 9 A.M.-6 P.M. Fridays Open your Christmas Club soon. Come in. Sign up today. THE TOTAL SERVICE BANK OF SUNRISE COUNTY MACHIAS CALAIS MEMBER FDIC