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u'lncy vocalist to sing with CWU jazz band lWo Columbia Basin nlg, Moses Lake High School, This is the first year the CWU Jazz Band and I were selected by their band Columbia Basin area high by a school musicians will Vocal Ensemble will provide , the opportunity to be in | and choir directors to per- school students will ,be per- 90 minutes of exciting, sPotlight at the fifth J form with the award-winning forming with CWU s Jazz unsynthesized jazz and blues 00c?00t00al Was0000n CWU Jazz Band and Vocal Band an, d Vocal Ensemble. music directed by Moawad. _,tY bute to the Jazz Ensemble, because of "We re going to inject a He added that he is Basin ' benefit jazz s._. their outstanding musical little local flavor and honor excited to work with the at 8 p.m. Friday, abilities, some of the Basin ,s, high outstanding high school mu- 19 in the Big Bend Beth Medrano and mg are school music talent, said sicians and provide Columbia .tity College Theatre. vocalists, and will each get a John Moawad, Director of Basin residents the opportu- :ner Medrano, Quincy chance to sing with Central's Jazz Studies at CWU. nity of experiencing live jazz , School and Melanie best talent. The sizzling performance music. Force ROTC taking applicauons eTrainingAir Force Reserve Course ho- Applications for the  of 1990 are now le. If you, or anyone !lm0w plans on applying  four-year Air Force scholarship, you 1 contact your local Air Recruiter, Air Force t; detachment, or Air Academy Liaison Offi- 0 complete an applica- before December 1, academic requirements and seven general eligibility re- quirements you must achieve to compete for a scholarship. High School cumulative grade point average of at least 2.5 through your junior year. High school standing in top 25 per cent. College entrance exami- nation scores of at least: ACT - composite score 23; math score 20; and English score 19 or; SAT - total score, 1,000; math score 500, and verbal score, 450. Never have enrolled as a full time student at a college or university with the excep- tion of joint high school or college program. Typically, most scholar- ships are offered at the first beard held in November. We highly encourage applicants to have the application cam- ,e Air Force ROTC Y.ear scholarship pro- m intended for high . seniors or graduates hve not yet enrolled in . The scholarship pro- primarily for those degrees in engineer- sics, computer sci- on, nleteorology and nurs- g,:: Iowever, a smaller is available for those in other selected Ical or non-technical are three minimum pleted and returned to the local Air Force recruiter by September to meet the November beard. See your local Air Force recruiter, Air Force ROTC detachment, or Air Force Academy Liaison Officer to obtain more infor- mation and request an appli- cation. Quincy students attend young writers conference Four students and two teachers from Quincy atten- ded the Young Writers Conference at EWU in Che- ney last month. The students were Lisa Shaw, Jennifer Hull, Brenda Buys and Elizabeth Stadel- man and the teachers were Norms Peterson and Judy Bryant. The conference is a culmi- nating experience to honor students, teachers and Have a social security account number. Take and receive results of the ACT or SAT test. Become a U.S. citizen by October 31, 1990. Graduate from high school or have a equivalent certificate. Be 17 years old by October 31, 1900. Be under 25 years old as of June 30, 1994. schools who have been active and purposefully engaged in writin throughout the year. All the students brought manuscripts of their original writing to share in publica- tion sessions. Attending the conference were over 2,500 teachers, librarians, parents, elemen- tary and secondary school students from all parts of Washington, northern Idaho and northeastern Oregon. at the LDS Church in Ephrata, 1301 E. Division. The program will last 90 minutes. Tickets are $2 a person or $10 a family. 00!00cks College gro to perform - Ricks Coege Show:.. Le1Ten,p__,._- has toured the ternThey andalsocurrentreflect pePthe musiC.values COZnpany will be pe Afr a at 7:30 p.m. May 18 U.S., Canada and ic . of the Church of Jesus Christ 7Phrata. This group They specialize in music and of Latter-day Saints and 'Stalented students dance routines from Holly- Ricks College. "  College in Rex- wood musicals, country we.s- Their performance will be  ' aho. D.C. The sing- dancers are acoom- by a live orchestra 18 directed by Wilson _ , formerly of the east, consisting of four who00e Two BBCC scholarships offered a directed in Holly- :. New York City, and Applications are being 1989-90 academic year. For more information, con- n accepted for two scholarships The $250 grants will be tact the BBCC Financial Aid tdTm grants to be awarded by the available to women students Office at 762-5351. The local chapter of the American over 25 years old who plan to application deadline is May Association of University attend Big Bend Community 15. Women (AAUW) for the College next year. Phone today for. 00our homebuyerg kit. It00onthehouse. "I think we need to have this Kind of two-way working relationship with the high schools," said Moawad. "In the past it's been pretty much a showcase for CWU, but this way we're saying that the Columbia Basin has some young people that could become members of this Ensemble and Band," Moawad added. The proceeds from the concert will be used to provide Columbia Basin stu- dents with future music scholarships. Moawad hopes the scholarships will help increase interest in the study of music at CWU. General admission is $3. The performance is co-spon- sored by the Columbia Basin Herald, Columbia Basin Al- lied Arts and Central Wash- ington University. Tickets are on sale at the Hallmark Shops, the Bookery, the BBCC Bookstore and Sun- shine Floral and Fete. For more information call Co- lumbia Basin Allied Arts at 762-5351, ext. 244. 00t!i That's right. 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Washington Mutual The friend of the family Equal Housing Lender New members of Xi Gamma Chi chapter of Beta Sigma Phi are (from left) Camille Grebb, Diane Evans and Allison Lemon. The new members were in- ducted in a ceremony on Monday. Quiv cy students winWAVE awar00 The three winners of the Washington Award for Voca- tional Excellence (WAVE) from the 13th Legislative District will be honored during a May 11 ceremony at Big Bend Community Col- lege. " WAVE scholarships will be presented to Cindy Engen, a Quincy High School business education student; Carole E. Thomsen of Quincy, a Big Bend Community College business accounting student; and Kelly L. Schafer of Marlin, an Odessa High School business education student. Selected for occupational competency, leadership, ac- hievement, and community contributions, each scholar- ship winner receives a tuition and fees waiver at any of the state's vocational/technical institutes, community col- leges, or public four-year institutions. Depending on the school selected by the recipients, the scholarship is worth up to $4,000. This year's 13th Legisla- tive District WAVE Awards will be presented during a 7 p.m. ceremony in room 1509 of Smith Hall on the BBCC campus May 11. These are the fifth WAVE awards, The 1984 State Legislature established the WAVE Scholarship to recog- nize and reward excenence among vocational/technical education students. Three awards are given in each of the state's legislative dis- tricts each year. Applicants are nominated by high school, community college, and vo- cational/technical school in- structors. The state WAVE commit- tee, comprised of represen- tatives of labor, business,and education, select the award recipients. Paul Hirai of Moses Lake ' is Chairman of the 13th Legislative District WAVE  Committee. GEORG[ WASHINGTON THe, ROBERT C .P, AY BAND , ROD STEWART 1 9 8 tt A E AMY GRANT THE JUDDS The Music Theater is located on the scenic grounds of the Champs de Brionne Wlnew on a bluff overlooking the Columbia River. The amphitheater is carved into the basalt cliffs high above the river on a lawn-covered, terraced hillside. The acoustics, natural setting and spectacular sunsets make the Summer Music Theater unique among concert facilities. Plan ahead and avoid the last minute rush! Use the tear-off mail order ticket form and order series anctreservecl tickets NOWI General admission tickets will be available throughout the season at the following outlets: Berry's Department Store (Moses Lake and Ellensburg), Call Drug (Quincy), Camelot Music (East Wenatchee), Ken's Pharmacy (Wenatchee), Budget Tapes & Records (Yakima). Othello Ford (Othello), The Bookery (Ephrata), Music Machine (Kennewick), Uniglobe Easy Travel (Walla Walla), G&B Select-a-Seat outlets (509-325-7328), Ticketmaster outlets (20628-0888), and the Champs de Brionne Winery (George). Rese3cl seating tickets available by advance purchase only. General admission tickets on sale at the Music Theater Box Office day of show at 3:00 p.m. All tickets subject to agency convenience charge. Group sales and charge by phone at (206) 246-6389. Mail Ticket Order Form to: "Tickets" / Meclia One, Inc. / 6300 Southcenter Blvd. / Suite 2006 / Seattle. Washington 98188 / Pt:)ne (206) 246-6389 TICKET ORDER FORM SEASON TICKET ORDERS Option 1: Reserved Seating & Designated Parking A minimum 4 show season package'includes a pre-purchase 10% courtesy discount. Option 2: General Admlesion Lawn Seating A minimum 4 show season package includes a pre-purchase 10% courtesy discount. INDIVIDUAL TICKET ORDERS Order your tickets to any of the following shows. The 10% discount applies only to a 4 or more show purchase. Sat. May 27.7:00 pro- THE ROBERT CRAY BAND / STEVIE RAY VAUGHAN & DOUBLE TROUBLE / JOHN HIATT Sat. June 10. 7:00 pm - AMY GRANT / FIRST CALL Sat. July 15. 7:00 pm - ROD STEWART Sat. July 22. 7:00 pm- REBA McENTIRE Sat. July 29. 7:00 pm - THE STEVE MILLER BAND Sun. Sept 3, 7:00 pm- THE JUDDS / RESTLESS HEART *RESERVED SEATING $20.00 each x (#) __ $20.00 each x {#) __ $20.00 each x (#) __ $19.00 each x {#) ---- $2000 each x (#) -- $19.00 each x (#) __ Per ticket convenience charge $2,00 x (#) GENERAL ADMISSION $18.50 each x (#) -- = $ $18.50 each x (#) -- : $ $18.50 eachx(#) _ : $ - $17,50 each x #) -- = $ $18.50 each x (#) __ = $ $17.50 each x (#) __ = $ = $ Postage & Handling = $ TOTAL = $ 1.50 No designated parking with Individual reserved seats, Make all checks payable to Media One, if you prefer, you may charge your order. To charge by phone, call (206) 246-6389. Or. complete the following and return: CHARGE MY: VISA __ MASTERcARD __ CAFD # EXPIRATION DATE CARDHoLDER'S NAME __- CARDHoLDER'S SIGNATURE Please complete the following: NSme Street City State Zip Day Phone __ Evening Phone Individual concert mail orders and charge-by-phone orders will be accepted throughout the Music Theater sea=on. For more information, call (206)246-6389. t i, p.