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Zion Lutheran Youth Retreat, February 1966

Zion Lutheran Youth Retreat, February 1966 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, February 4, 1966
Caption
Time For Singing Diane Jedele plays her ukulele in the main lodge at Cedar Lake in the Waterloo Recreation area while (left to right) Rodney Craig, June Burns and Betty Poulos lend their voices in song during a retreat of Zion Lutheran Church youth.

Zion Lutheran Youth Retreat, February 1966

Zion Lutheran Youth Retreat, February 1966 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, February 4, 1966
Caption
Leaders Talk It Over The Rev. David Bracklein (standing) of Zion Lutheran Church discusses with discussion leaders the points covered at their their retreat. Listening to the Rev. Mr. Bracklein are (from left) Vicki Bock, Diane Graf and Paul Holtfreder.

Zion Lutheran Youth Retreat, February 1966

Zion Lutheran Youth Retreat, February 1966 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, February 4, 1966
Caption
Dandy Dishwashers Somebody has to wash the dishes after a big meal during a youth religious retreat, so Fred Oberdick, Vicky Himes and others plunge their arms in sudsy water to get the chore out of the way. They don't seem to mind it a bit.

Wilbur J. Cohen Speaks at Brotherhood Dinner of National Conference of Christians and Jews, March 1965

Wilbur J. Cohen Speaks at Brotherhood Dinner of National Conference of Christians and Jews, March 1965 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, March 1, 1965
Caption
'Brotherhood' Speaker Wilbur J. Cohen, assistant secretary of Health, Education and Welfare (left) speaks at the "Brotherhood Dinner" of the National Conference of Christians and Jews in Ann Arbor High School. Wilfred de St. Aubin (right) was chairman of the banquet held Saturday night. The latter is executive director of the county Red Cross chapter.

Ann Arbor Civic Theatre 1966 Season Awards Winners, May 1966

Ann Arbor Civic Theatre 1966 Season Awards Winners, May 1966 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, June 6, 1966
Caption
Civic Theatre President Robert Seeman (left) poses with winners of top "Oscars" at the group's annual awards banquet. They are (left to right) Veitch Reinhart, who received a "best actress" award for her performance in "Never Too Late"' Joseph Medrano, who was chosen "best supporting actor" for roles in "A View From the Bridge" and "All the Way Home;" Sunny LaFave, named "best supporting actress" for her singing and acting in "Kiss Me Kate," and Alice Crawford, whose set design for the same show, voted the "best show of the year," received an award.

Ann Arbor Civic Theatre 1967 Season Awards Winners

Ann Arbor Civic Theatre 1967 Season Awards Winners image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, June 5, 1967
Caption
The Ann Arbor Civic Theatre membership rewarded six members for their artistic endeavors during the past play season at the annual AACT awards banquet on Saturday. Award winners are flanked by the past and current presidents of the group. Left to right are Robert Seeman, retiring president; behind him, Ken Johnson, best supporting actor; Bette Ellis, Best supporting actress; Singer A. (Bucky) Buchanan, best actor; Dwight Stevenson, best set design; Julie Amato best actress; Edward C. Loyer, director of best play; and Mrs. Judy Riecker, new Civic Theatre president. The presentations are made yearly as the climax of the drama season.

Ann Arbor Civic Theatre 1969 Season Awards Winners, June 1969

Ann Arbor Civic Theatre 1969 Season Awards Winners, June 1969 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, June 9, 1969
Caption
They Are Tops In Theatre Group - Award winners in the Ann Arbor Civic Theatre voting are (left to right) Dwight Stevenson, president of the organization who accepted the award that went to Alice Crawford for her set design in "South Pacific," Ron Beebe, best supporting actor, Madeleine Ramsey, best actress, Michael Bott, best actor, Judy Riecker, best supporting actress, and Howard Travis, co-director with his wife Priscilla of the "best show."

The Seventh Seal Play West Park

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Published In
Ann Arbor News, July 19, 1967
Caption
Sunday Concert in West Park: Ron Miller of 1023 Church (right foreground) plays the electric bass guitar at one of The Seventh Seal's Sunday concerts in West Park band shell. Bill Kirchen sings into the microphone just behind Miller. Steve Elliott plays the drums at left. Dan Chesluk is playing the electric organ at center. The concerts are well attended, with hundreds of persons showing up last Sunday. Many city residents have joined the crowds--some to satisfy their curiousity.