The Battalion. (College Station, Tex.) 1893-current, April 02, 1982, Image 7

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Battalion/Page 7 April 2, 1982 local/state Festival to end Saturday Booths to help children by Randy Lemmon Battalion Reporter Face painting and mask mak ing will be featured in two of the booths set up in Post Oak Mall to close events for The Week of the Young Child Festival on Saturday. Twenty-one area schools and day care centers are participat ing in booths that children can take part in for free. The nation al theme is “Children: Our In vestment in the Future”, the loc al theme for the booths will be “It’s a Small World.” The Brazos Valley Associa tion for the Education of Young Children is sponsoring the events. The booths will be multi cultural. The children also can take part in stitchery, planting seeds, making headbands, cookie de corating, and making collages, said a volunteer from the St. Thomas Early Learning Center. Ginger Kattawar, who teaches five-year-olds at St. Thomas, said that St. Thomas is manag ing the festival this year. “The annual Week of the Young Child Festival is held to emphasize the special needs of young children and their pa rents shared by educators of the participating schools,” Kattawar said. “Since we are holding it in Post Oak Mall, we don’t have to worry about bad weather and we are assured of plenty of chil dren.’ “These booths help provide a service to the parents,” said Carolyn Martin president of the BVAEYC. The group wants to discourage the parents from dropping their child off at the booths, but rather work with their children on the projects, she said. “If we didn’t have our festival in malls as in past years, parents would have to go out of their way to let their children take part in the festival,” Martin said. 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AT HOLIK ST, COLLEGE STATION SUNDAY SERVICES: CHURCH OFFICE 2114 SOUTH WOOD 696-1376 SUNDAY SCHOOL 9:45 A.M. MORNING WORSHIP 8:30 A.M., 11:00 A.M. EVENING WORSHIP 6:30 P:M. PASTOR: TERRY TEYKL United Press International HOUSTON — Board mem bers of the North Forest Inde pendent School District spent more than $40,000 from the dis trict’s funds last year on un documented travel expenses, a Houston radio station has re ported. That figure nearly tripled the travel expenses of the much lar ger Houston School Board, KTRH radio reported Wednes day. However, North Forest board members are not re quired to furnish receipts for travel expenses. John O’Sullivan, president of the Houston Federation of Teachers, told the station he be lieves the system is being abused, but he said the district has not responded. He said he may go to the state for a thorough investigation. However, school board Presi dent Maxine Seals, who re portedly spent $6,400 in travel last year, said she does not be lieve the amount of money spent is excessive nor the system is | OFFICIAL NOTICE | | General Studies Program | E =j | Students who plan to Pre-Register for the Fall E I Semester in the General Studies Program are E | URGED to pick up a Pre-registration Form in 1 = Room 100 of Harrington Tower from Mar. 29 1 E = | thru Apr. 16. ^iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiimiiiiiiiiiiiiiiimiiiiiiimiiimiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii^ oooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooo Campus Theatre Now Showing 7:30 9:40 All Seats $200 PLITT THEATRES CINEMA l&ll r Skaggs shopping center/Across from A&M Friday & Saturday Midnight Show BURT REYNOLDS SHARKYS MACHINE BURT REVNODS . . ‘SlARKY S MACHINE' VITTORIO GASSMAN-BRIAN KEITH*CHARliS OURNINO EARL HOLLIMAN-BERME CASEY-HENRY SILVA-OARRYL HICKMAN • RICHARD UBERTINI RA0HE1 WARDm* ■ v,, >SNUff GARRETT iw .t-rovwWILUAM A FRAKER ASC. ^GERALD Dl P£G0a»oto-r.-~.»WILUAM DIEHL ..„..„-.HANK MOONJEAN wrwsBURT REYNOIDS BESTWICTED 4TB' ' ; .... .... - OXOF1 Fri. 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