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Things to do
November 1 - 14, 2008 A+27
Learn to trace family history Race, politics examined
Learn how you can use the Chandler Library’s database to discover history Dr. Matthew Whitaker explores the
during Family History with Ancestry.com presented at Sunset Library at 6 p.m. history of “America’s unwillingness
Nov. 12. and/or inability to suffi ciently engage
The library’s Ancestry database provides a portal into family histories via census the history and life of race and racism,”
records, military records, ships’ passenger lists and more. and the tendency to “exploit racial fears
The Sunset Library is located at 4930 W. Ray Rd., Chandler. 480-782-2842. as a fundamental organizing principle”
of American politics at 9 a.m. Nov. 12 at
Basha Library.
Chandler libraries help
He will also examine how Barack
break gaming record
Obama’s presidential candidacy has
impacted this historic mindset at his
free presentation, which is cosponsored
The Downtown Chandler and Sunset libraries join others across the country
by the Basha High’s Black Student
Submitted photo
to participate in the largest, simultaneous national video game tournament ever
Union with support from the Arizona
Barack Obama.
held.
Humanities Council.
On Nov. 15 between 2 and 4 p.m., children ages 8-18 compete against players at
Basha Library is located at 5990 S. Val Vista Dr. in Chandler. Call 480-782-2850
other libraries and see their scores in real-time online while playing at their local
or visit www.chandlerlibrary.org for more info.
library. Hasbro has donated a copy of its game Pictureka to every public library
branch in the U.S. so they can set the record for the most number of people playing
a board game at once.
Participation is free and registration is not required. The Downtown Library
Women’s club decks the halls
is at 22 S. Delaware St., call 480-782-2800; and Sunset is at 4930 W. Ray Rd., call
480-782-2842.
Join The Women’s Exchange Club, a group for women looking for “fun, food,
friendships and community involvement,” for their holiday decorating event
beginning at 6:30 p.m. Thu., Nov. 20 at The Village at Ocotillo, 990 W. Ocotillo Rd.
CGCC hosts tournament
in the Multipurpose Room.
After a “Greet and Eat” pot luck buffet, Jana Greene from B&B Florist in Chandler
for scholarships
discusses getting homes ready for the holidays using fl owers and plants for
decorating and mood. She will demonstrate how to create a holiday arrangement
The 11th Annual Coyote Golf Classic on Sat., Nov. 15 at the San Marcos Golf
and share insider tips about fl ower placement, table and home decorations, and
Resort in Chandler benefi ts CGCC student-athletes through athletic scholarships
more.
for tuition, fees and books.
Greene has been a fl orist for over 25 years and treats each arrangement as a
This year’s tournament, hosted by Chandler-Gilbert Community College’s
“creation to bring joy to the recipient.”
Athletic Department, begins at 12:30 p.m. with a shotgun start. The registration
Women’s Exchange members will also be putting together their annual New
fee is $90 per person and $360 per foursome. Sponsorship opportunities are also
Beginnings Bags for homeless women at Save the Children Foundation.
available, starting at $125. Dinner, an awards ceremony, raffl e drawings and a
Cost to attend is $10 per person or $5 with a salad or appetizer dish to
silent auction follow at 5:30 p.m. Prizes are awarded for closest to the pin, longest
share. For reservations call or email SherriAnn Beagle at 480-895-1538 or
drive and longest putt.
thinkpink@qwest.net.
To reserve space, access www.cgc.edu/golfclassic or call 480-732-7073.
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