Fermi National Laboratory

Volume 23  |  Friday, August 25, 2000  |  Number 15
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International Film Society Presents:

The Red Violin, Dir: Francois Girard, Canad/Italy (1998), 131 min. September 8 pm, Ramsey Auditorium, Wilson Hall, tickets $4. We follow the violin through its travels around the world. The music it produces is so beautiful that it brings a tear to the eye.

Fermilab Arts Series

NOW THEN AGAIN

Saturday, September 16, 8:00 pm. Tichets are $20. This romantic comedy, set at Fermilab, has been delighting sold-out Chicago audiences since its debut last spring at Bailiwick Repertory Theatre. A love story about two scientists who fall in love at Fermilab provides proof that relationships are usually complex and quantum mechanics can be simple.

ONGOING

  • NALWO is pleased to announce that the free morning English classes in the Users' Center for FNAL guests, visitors, and their spouses have been expanded. The schedule is: Monday and Thursday, 9:30 am - 11 am beginner (Music Room) and intermediates (Library), Monday and Thursday, 11 am - 12:30 pm advanced, emphasizing pronunciation and American idioms (Music Room).

  • NALWO coffee for newcomers & visitors, Thursday, August 31 at Housing Office (Aspen East) 10:30 am 12 pm.

  • In the auditorium, International folk dancing, Thursdays, 7:30-10 p.m., call Mady, 630-584-0825.

    Milestones

    Thanks

  • My sincere appreciation to everyone for the overwhelming celebration on July 22 in my honor on the occassion of my retirement. Thanks to one and all for 31 memorable years of Fermilab. I wish you all continued success and much happiness.

    Don Carpenter.

    born

  • Elisaveta Shiltseva born Aug.7, 2000 in Delonor Community Hospital, Geneva to Vladimir Shiltsev (BD) and Natalia Maltseva.

    Retiring

  • Ronald Stazak, ID 4598 FES-Services, September 19, his last day of work was August 9.

    born

  • David Wilson, ID 400 TD-Machine Shop October 21, his last day of work will be September 8.

  • Herb I. Vore, resident iguana of the ES&H Section, after three years of service, to private life in Batavia. A day-long open house on August 25, at WH7E, will honor Voreís final day on the job.


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