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Volume 24  |  Friday, August 10, 2001  |  Number 13
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September 15
Fermilab Art Series Presents:

Opening Night, 2001-2002 Season

Carol Wincenc, flute & Nancy Allen, harp

Saturday, September 15, 2001 $17 ($9 ages 18 and under) Carol Wincenc Masterclass, sponsored by the Chicago Flute Club at 4 p.m

Critically acclaimed recitalists Carol Wincenc & Nancy Allen team up to present an elegant evening of music for flute and harp. All Fermilab Arts and Lecture Series programs begin at 8 p.m. in Ramsey Auditorium, in Wilson Hall. Call 630-840-ARTS; Fax 630-840-5501; email audweb@fnal.gov.

September 14

One Day in September

Switz./UK/Germany (1999), 94 min., Dir: Kevin Macdonald

All shows are on Friday nights at 8 p.m. in Ramsey Auditorium, in Wilson Hall at Fermilab. Tickets are sold at the door: Adults - $4 , Children (under 12) - $1, Fermilab students - $2.


NALWO Free English classes in the Usersí Center for FNAL guests, visitors and their spouses. The schedule is: Monday and Friday, 9:30 a.m. - 11:00 a.m. Separate classes for both beginners and advanced students.


International folk dancing, Thursdays, 7:30- 10 p.m., Village Barn, newcomers always welcome. Scottish country dancing, Tuesdays, 7:30 - 10 p.m., Village Barn, newcomers always welcome.For information on either dancing group, call Mady, (630) 584-0825 or Doug, x8194, or email folkdance@fnal.gov.

The Fermilab Barn Dance series, featuring traditional square and contra dances in the Fermilab Village barn, presents barn dances on Sunday, Admission is $5 for adults, $2 for age 12-18, and free for under 12 years old. Contact Dave Harding (x2971, harding@fnal.gov) or Lynn Garren (x2061, garren@fnal.gov) or check the WebPages at http://www.fnal.gov/orgs/folkclub/ .



Four young Fermilab experimenters, by the DOEís Division of High Energy Physics, among award-winners in the 2001 Outstanding Junior Investigator Program: Darin Acosta of the University of Florida (CDF); Andrew Brandt of the University of Texas-Arlington (DZero); Regina Demina of Kansas State University (DZero); and Ulrich Heintz of Boston University (DZero).


James Edwards (ID 563) BD-AS-Mechanical Support Dept., effective August 23; last day of work August 3.


Dr. Nathan Isgur, 54, particle and nuclear theorist and chief scientist of the Thomas Jefferson National Accelerator Facility; on July 24 at his home in Williamsburg, Va. after a long illness.


At 5:26 p.m., Friday July 27th; the first plane of MINOS steel; successfully erected and bolted to the bookend. Itís the first of 486 such planes.


In "Real World Snowmass" (Ferminews Vol. 24, No. 12, July 27, 2001), the alpine region of Val díAosta was identified as being in France. Of course, it is in Italy.

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