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Free tuba tuba (t`bə) [Lat.,=trumpet], valved brass wind musical instrument of wide conical bore. , choir concert scheduled Friday at Shedd
Tubas (Arabic: طوباس , a choir and a chorus will continue a holiday tradition on Friday at the Shedd Concert Hall.
The Oregon Tuba Association's 27th annual concert will take place from 7 p.m. to 8:30 p.m. at the concert hall, 868 High St.
The Cascade Community Holiday Chorus and the Oregon Children's Choir will join the tubas, leading the audience in traditional holiday carols.
The event is free, but a donation of canned food canned food
food sterilized by heat in a closed, durable container such as tin and aluminum cans, flexible aluminum foil and thermoplastic containers including squeeze tubes. Technically, the processes used are highly efficient and used universally. for FOOD for Lane County or a new toy for the Toys for Tots Toys For Tots is a program run by the United States Marine Corps Reserve which donates toys to children whose parents cannot afford to buy them gifts for Christmas. The program was founded in 1947 by Major Bill Hendricks. campaign is encouraged.
Speakers will address
giving gift to community
The City Club of Eugene on Friday will ask a dozen speakers, `If you could give the community any gift, what would it be?'
The club will ask six speakers the same question on Dec. 23, and allow people in the audience to share their thoughts on the topic.
The meetings begin at 11:50 a.m. at the Hilton Eugene. Admission is $3.
Christian Peacemaker Teams Christian Peacemaker Teams (CPT) is an international organization set up to support teams of peace workers in conflict areas around the world. These teams believe that they can lower the levels of violence through nonviolent direct action, human rights documentation, and report planned
The Pacifica Forum will be held at 4 p.m. Friday at 128 Chiles Chiles is a surname, and may refer to:
The topic will be "Christian Peacemaker Teams," a report on these teams that have figured prominently in recent news from Iraq.
Admission is free. For information, call 344-0483.
Speaker to discuss
charter school movement
Rob Kremer, of Brainstorm NW magazine, will present "Charter Schools: Evolutionary Reform of the Public School System," at the final segment of the education series of the Rubicon Society.
The luncheon meeting will be held at noon Thursday at the Pearl Street Ice Cream Parlor Ice cream parlors are places that sell ice cream and frozen yogurt to consumers. Ice cream is normally sold in two varieties in these stores: soft-serve ice cream (normally with just chocolate, vanilla, and "twist", a mix of the two), and hard-packed, which has an assortment of & Restaurant, East 13th Avenue and Pearl Street. For information, call 431-7359.
`Carriers who Care' project exceeds goal
The "Cans for Carriers who Care" food collection program exceeded the effort's goal by 18,000 pounds of food.
The campaign was held the past two weeks, with U.S. Postal carriers picking up food left at mailboxes. In all, 140,000 of food was collected to benefit FOOD for Lane County.
That number is expected to rise as food collected in rural routes is added to the total. Last year, 127,000 pounds of food was collected.
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