Po LLE M H UTAH VALLEY COMMUNITY COLLEGE OREM, UTAH Volume Eighteen, Number Twenty-Seven Wednesday, May 9, 1990 Health Week continues through tomorrow By Crisy Talley Staff Writer Health Week, headed by Tina Canto, Allied Health Senator, began yesterday and will continue through tomorrow with three eventful days of information and fun activities. Tuesday, a Brown Bag Forum in the ballroom at noon featured Dan Daley, a speaker from Utah Valley Regional Medical Center specializing in Stress Management. Fifty free lunches were provided for the first fifty people in attendance. Also on Tuesday, there was a sign up near the big-screen television for the bench press contest. A fashion show today at 12:30 p.m. in the cafeteria will feature active wear for work-outs. A street dance will take place tonight in the Business Building Parking Lot C. The cost is $2.00 and all proceeds will benefit the Special Olympics. Wednesday is also the last day to sign up for the bench press contest Booths from local businesses such as Sunrider, NuSkin, UVRMC, Herb Shop, Good Earth, and Spa Fitness will be set up in the Student Government concourse tomorrow from 10:00 a.m. until 3:00 p.m. The bench press contest will be at 12:00 noon with three men's divisions and one women's competition. Movie passes will be awarded to the winners. Past UTCUVCC student body officers sought The Associated Student of Utah Valley Community College are trying to locate past student body officers. This would include officers under the previous college name of Utah Technical College. A reunion in being planned for May 19, and ASUVCC would like to be able to contact all past student body officers. If anyone can help us contact any of these individuals, please notify Ann Richardson or Michele Jeffery or leave a message at 222-8000, ext. 630, 618, or 612. Any help with the search would be greatly appreciated. ' fi. hi h 'i --AT" v 'trY3i- f "ritr I L,,l ,J I 1 i s -vJ Ptiolo by Eric Will Claudine Boothe, of the Library staff, shows two UVCC students how to access materials with the use of the library and the new Dynex system. 1 I I Photo by Johnnie PJawlirwon Misti White as Ratna Petkoff in George Bernard Shaw's play "Arms and the Man," which begins with a dinner theater presentation tomorrow night. Regular performances take place Friday and Saturday evenings in the Student Center Ballroom. The performance on Friday, May 12, will raise money for the Veonne Hewlett Endowment fund.