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Monday, February 24, 2003

Military institute holds open house

The New Mexico Military Institute in Roswell, N.M., will hold its annual open house on Saturday, March 29. Rated by STAMATS Marketing, Inc. as the best educational values in New Mexico, the Institute holds open house to acquaint those who may be interested in attending with the educational opportunities that exist at this 112-year-old institution of higher learning.

The Institute also prides itself in its character development program. With a developmental process that teaches self-discipline, students are actively taught leadership skills, the value of community service and life-long physical conditioning habits.

With both a Junior and Senior ROTC Program, the Institute also offers those students who are interested in pursuing a military career or a Service academy appointment an opportunity to do so. Each year the Institute sends over 100 students to the national Service academies and Commissions Officers into the U.S. Army Reserve and National Guard.

For more information concerning New Mexico Military Institute and the educational opportunities that are available at the institute call toll free at 1-800-421-5376.

Study club plans meeting

The Modern Study Club will meet at 1 p.m., Wednesday, Feb. 26, in the parlor of the First Christian Church, 423 S. Elm, for an International Affairs Department Program entitled, "International Festival," with Nan Cate, chairman of the department, in charge.

The thought-quote for the meeting is _ "Laughter is the sun that drives the winter from the human face" _ Victor Hugo. Members will present the country they choose to study for the year through costumes, foods and any outstanding fact they wish to convey to the rest of the group.

Roll call will be answered by giving "my ethnic heritage."

Project for the bi-monthly meeting is to contribute to the Reeves County Library.

Serving as hostesses will be Etta Sullivan, Paula Fuller and Doris Moorman. Each club member will bring a dish appropriate to the country she represents.

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