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Antiques on Tap Antique Fair Preparation, March 1970

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Published In
Ann Arbor News, March 20, 1970
Caption
Antiques On Tap The third annual Antique Fair and Sale, sponsored by the good Samaritan Auxiliary to the Catholic Social Services, opened at noon today at the Kiwanis building, 200 First. Examining some of the items are, from the left, Viola Borgert, Irene McNamara and Fred Brusher, general chairman of the event. The sale will be in progress until 10 p.m. today, from noon until 10 p.m. Saturday and from noon until 6 p.m. Sunday. Catholic Social Services is a United Fund agency.

Catholic Social Services Children's Enrichment Program, July 1973

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Published In
Ann Arbor News, July 28, 1973
Caption
Engrossed Students attending the Children's Enrichment Program at St. Francis School are engrossed in an art demonstration by teacher Polly Varhol (center). Others working with the students are Peggy Peterson, left, Lori Hostepler, Barb Alpern and Trish Holeolm. Sponsored by Catholic Social Services of Washtenaw County and staffed by volunteers, the program has been meeting for three days a week for six weeks. The children, ages five, six and seven, were referred by teachers and school social workers. About 60 have participated. The program emphasizes learning through having a good time and individual attention for each child. Besides classroom activities, students have visited a farm, the art fair, the museum, fire station, a doctor's office and gone swimming. Cheryl Wallace serves as chairman.

Good Samaritans Plan Antique Sale, March 1968

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Published In
Ann Arbor News, March 11, 1968
Caption
Displaying Antique Wares Trying to mellow the atmosphere of your home with age? A good prescription for you may be the antique fair which the Good Samaritans Auxiliary to the Catholic Social Services is bringing to Ann Arbor March 22-24. Fred L. Brusher (right) and his wife (center) are in charge of the show , and they show off some of the glass items which will be available there. The boot jack which Edwin Gage III is using is over 160 years old. Its origin was in Belfast, Ireland. The show will include 27 dealers.

Catholic Social Services Art Show, May 1966

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Published In
Ann Arbor News, May 9, 1966
Caption
Preparing For Art Show Preparing a display of paintings which will be exhibited at a luncheon and art show at 12:30 p.m. Thursday at North Campus Commons are Mrs. Robert Fogelsong (from left) and artist Mrs. John L. McGirr. Proceeds from the event will be donated to the Catholic Social Services Agency for treatment of children in the foster care program.

Council Backs Comprehensive Drug Fight

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Day
21
Month
November
Year
1972
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Hunger In A City Of Plenty

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Month
February
Year
1987
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