Public Notice

Twister: This Ain't No Summer Movie

American Red Cross volunteers from across the state are converging on Central Texas to heal the hurt from this past week's devestating tornado storm disaster. Members of Red Cross' national network of volunteers are standing at the ready to assist as soon as the needs of the area are assessed by their Rapid Response Team. According to Paul Flaningan, a Red Cross worker from San Antonio, they are most in need of cash donations. They are referring most donations of goods to the Salvation Army and any interested blood donors to the Central Texas Blood Center. The blood center has put out an urgent call for both O positive and O negative, but in times like these, needs all types. The Scott & White Medical Center in Temple has established a blood drive, as well, for those of you who live in the north end. American Red Cross: 928-4271 or 800/928-4271; Central Texas Blood Center: 451-2222; Salvation Army, 476-1111; Scott & White Medical Center, 817/724-2430.


There Is Free Lunch

Kids 1-18 years of age may partake in the Summer Food Service Program through area playgrounds, rec centers, schools, and non-profits. Nutritious meals will be served beginning Fri, May 30 through Fri, Aug 1 at 44 locations throughout Austin. Meals are served Monday-Friday and funded through the Texas Department of Human Services and the U.S. Department of Agriculture. All meals are free; no enrollment is necessary. 480-3024.


Reely Cool Music

The Austin Celtic Association invites you to their Celtic Fundraiser at Liberty Lunch, Sat, May 31, 5:30pm, to raise money for the first ever Austin Celtic Festival to be held in October this year. Music starts at 6pm with Houston's
a capella
quartet Nobody's Reel, then Austin's Scottish Bard Ed Miller performs. Dallas' Celtic rockers the Killdares also perform. Admission includes the later Brave Combo set that evening. Who says Scots are cheap? 443-5827.


Proud? Hell, Yeah!

Pride Weekend is here. Aside from all the wild club doings, there's a daytime community celebration, as well: Gay Pride is Sun, June 1, noon-5pm at Fiesta Gardens. Proceeds will benefit the Lesbian Gay Rights Lobby. Check out the ad spread on pages 30-31 of this issue for your guide to Pride. 474-5475.


Tradition Meets Innovation

If you can't attend the Indigenous Women's Network Third Biennial Gathering (beginning tonight) Thu, May 29-Sun, June 1, at Alma de Mujer conference center near Lake Travis, then point your Web browser for live Internet broadcasts (via our wild Web women at Monsterbit) to http://www.honorearth.com/iwn or http://www.mosterbit.com/live.html each morning during the conference. Conference, 258-3880; Internet broadcast info, 443-6080.


Gypsy Jem

Now, we didn't know the Gypsy Cowboy Jubal Clark personally, but the line-ups of these tribute nights (Ponty Bone, Steve Fromholz, Olin Murrell, Bruce Robison, Texana Dames, and many more...) speak volumes. Clark passed away May 16 this year, and a series of Jubal-ations to benefit the family will be held through June at a variety of locations. Sun, Jun 1, 6pm at the Hilltop Bar & Grill is the first of four events. 301-0054.


Tore the Roof Off the Sucka

In late-breaking tornado news, Goodwill lost a roof at their adminstrative offices, 300 N. Lamar. They're counting on us to help them out! Give them a call. 472-6224, ext. 115.

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