THOUGHT FOR TODAY:
Thinking is a Privacy Act—Listen and think what you like. No one knows what’s going on in your head . . . until you open your mouth.
~ Linda Carr
The SUN welcomes aboard three new staff members: Barbara Butler, a reporter, and Tina Bowman, a master copy editor. Elizabeth Reinhart, will join us next session as a reporter and copy editor. Sue Walsh, who steps down as Assistant Editor as this spring edition goes to press, will remain on staff as a reporter and copy editor. Therefore, we are in immediate need of an Assistant Editor with management skills who would like to become editor when the current editor retires. We are also in need of an additional cartoonist and a handy photographer. If interested, notify our office.
We’re into contests again. Our haiku contest is explained on page 14. The winning poems will be featured in future editions of The SUN.
The SUN’s editor, plus many other audio deficient OLLI students, is grateful to Carl Curtis for his leadership in getting “audio loop” installed in our classroom. See page 12.
Opera appears to be very popular here at OLLI with three separate classes in winter and two more in spring.
Freedom of the Press is being threatened worldwide. As a long-time editor, I support those who are resisting that threat.
Spring Equinox: March 20, 2015; 3:45 p.m. PST
Welcome to the NEW President of CSULB
|Dr. Barbara White||Executive Director|
|William Fitzpatrick||Vice President|
|Judie Irving||Community Relations|
|Computer Lab Coordinators|
|Mary Jane Payan||Social & Special Events|
|Don Friedman||Arts Ad Hoc Committee|
|Betty Hutchens||Arts Ad Hoc Committee|
|Carl Curtis||President Emeritus|
|Leisure World Contacts|
|Pine Avenue Contacts|
|Dennis Youkstetter||Ad Hoc Development|