tennis camp also features computers
Spots are now available for the 36th annual Emory Tennis Camp for
boys and girls, ages 5–18. The camp includes seven one-week
sessions running from June 16–August 1.
The program “Computers Plus Tennis” offers campers between
the ages of 8–17 an opportunity to receive tennis instruction
and improve their computer skills at the same time.
The daily schedule includes two-and-a-half hours of tennis instruction
followed by three hours of computer training in the afternoon.
For more information contact Don Schroer at 404-727-4076. For information
about all Emory’s summer sports camps, visit www.emorysportscamps.com.
Spring cleaning—with a purpose
The Rollins School of Public Health invites spring cleaners to donate
unwanted items to Atlanta’s most needy in a household items
drive ongoing through November.
Requested items include such things as clothing and shoes for women
and children, toiletries (lotion, soap, sanitary napkins) and other
household needs. For more information, call Cristen Suhr at 404-616-3617.
EMBA Program to
host open house, May 22
The Executive MBA Program in the Goizueta Business School will host
an open house Thursday, May 22, from 6:30–8 p.m. in room 207
of the business school.
For more information, visit www.goizueta.emory.edu/degree/exe_mba_events.html.
This issue marks the end of Emory Report's weekly publication
schedule for 2002–03; ER will publish biweekly during
the summer, with regular issues on June 9 & 23, July 7 &
21, and Aug. 4. For more information, call 404-727-0645.