The Campus Update Vol.5, Iss.2, 6 October 1982, p. 1

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VOLUME FIVE ISSUE TWO CAMPUS UPDATE Alpena Community College, Alpena, Ml Alpena Heritage Days | by Debbie Specht A photographic essay, “Alpena: The Beginnings to 1880,” is being presented at the Jesse Besser Mu- seum until November 21, 1982. This exhibition will include select- ed photographs from the Fred R. Trelfa and Arthur Linke collections of the Jesse Besser Museum. Some of the photographs being presented at the museum are the Big Fire of 1872, lumbermills, bridges, and city streets, This. front gallery exhibit will show you how Alpena grew froma village of boards and sawdust to the city of brick and stone. In 1856, the Carter family moved to Alpena and were the first permanent white city of Alp by the people of Alpena, as well as, other people from other cities. Law Enforcement by Kathy Gauden The Law. Enforcement Club is a service-oriented organization com- posed of students majoring, or having interested in, the Law En- forcement Program or a career in that field. The club participates ina variety of activities designed to serve the college, the community, and the students themselves. Some activities include: fund raising projects. to support the Trooper Larry Forreider Memorial eerelrship, providing support and security services for organized col- lege functions, and taking field trips each semester to various criminal justice agencies throughout higan, The club meets regularly with its advisor, Mr. Bordewyk; and meet- ings are conducted by the officers of the club. Students interested in joining the Law Enforcement Club should con- tact Mr. Bordewyk at East Campus, or president Jone Carr. Bummer The Phil Park Chair of Emininent Lecture Series, which has been pre- sented to Alpena Community Col- lege members for the past several “years, will not exist this semester due to lack of funds.’ The program, which has brought such celebrities as Rosey Grier and Sarah Weddington to the campus; is funded through private donations. _ An estimated $5,000 was spent.on the series last year, according to Dr, Charles: Donnelly, ACC Ze settlers. From then on other settlers moved in aud Lnelpes established the This exhibition should be enjoyed» Highlights A group of people observe the playing of adulcimer : i _ a ; A youth watches as length of fope is made Photo by Andy Trego Photo by Andy Trego Religion and Politics Highlight Trip : Richard Matteson, history, eco- nomics and education teacher here at ACC, attended an eight-week Re- ligion and Politics ‘seminar at tger’s University in New Bruns- wick, New Jersey this past summer. Matteson researched the topic of “The Impact of Tele-evangelism Moral Majority on American Polit- ical Process.” He says h un- decided as to the Seahoe of impact these religious programs and groups have on our American political pro- cess. But, he believes that the vember election outcomes will tell a 7-1 RV 1 ~ 12-member group met three times a ~ week. Their studies, along with lec- tures, included readings of Greek - plays, St. Augustine, Martin Luther, and the Old and New Testaments. The amount of intellectual stimu- lation impressed Matteson as did the cultural aspect which nearby down- town Manhattan provided. He de- scribed the seminar as an “exciting Opportunity” for him personally and a “revitalizing experience’ for him professionally. Howto Avoid a Ticket After nearly a month of the new school year the college’s Parking Patrol is beginning to enforce ACC’s parking regulations. For the past week the Patrol has been issuing tickets to many vehicles for being improperly parked. Ap- propriate parking areas are desig- nated for ACC students but the stu- dent's vehicle should also exhibit the ACC student parking permit. This year ACC’s student parking permit sticker is a blue-transparent color. The permit should, be placed on. the automobile’s rear window, Students parking their automobiles in the student parking areas may be ticketed if the vehicle's permit is ° se displayed. For the many vehicles that do not. have the ACC student parking permit, the permit may be obtained — in. the Dean of Students Office Room 108 in Van Lare Hall.

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