In this email:
1.  Angels and Judaism
2.  Volunteer with the Special Olympics June 2 (it's a

May 23, 8:00 pm, Where do Angels come into Judaism?

Where do Angels come into Judaism?  Come and hear a
lecture on this and ask any questions you may have.The
lecture will be on May 23rd at 8pm at the Lubavich
Center. Please RSVP to Marianne as soon as possible so
we know how many will attend and if there is enough
seating or if we need to add some chairs. My email
is [EMAIL PROTECTED] I hope to see you there!  
Directions from Raleigh :
Take I-440 North and Take the Wake Forest Road
Exit.Turn Left at the end of the Exit Ramp.As you
follow the Road the name changes to Falls of the Neuse
Road continue on this road, The Lubavich Center is on
this road.Watch on your right and after you pass 2
churches look for a small 1 story building with a
Marble sign in front that says the Lubavich Center.
>From Durham and Chapel Hill:
Take Highway 70 towards Raleigh, Pass Crabtree Valley
mall and you will see a sign that says  I-440 North.
Take that exit and follow the directions above.

Wednesday, June 6, Smooze and Views, Durham. The first
Wednesday of every month is Shmooze and Views.  This
month's topic is to be determined. Questions?  Call
Rachel at the Durham Federation at
(919) 489-5335.


Special Olympics, Special Smiles will take place in
Raleigh on Saturday, June 2, 2001.  Olympic Town will
be located outside on the campus of NC State
University in the Carmichael Parking Lot.  We need
lots of volunteers, so let me hear from you! 

Special Smiles was one of the first programs in the
Special Olympics Healthy Athletes program. The mission
of Special Smiles is to increase access to dental care
for Special Olympic athletes. 

Dental screening helps to increase the awareness of
the athletes' oral health and to share this
information with their parents and/or caregivers. 

You do not have to be a dental professional to
volunteer with the Special Smiles program.  There are
many opportunities for you to be involved.  Some of
the athletes need assistance in moving from station to
station.  You may hand out goody bags or stickers. 
You may record information for a dental screener. 

Olympic Town will be open for athletes from 9:00 am
until 5:00 pm.  There will be two shifts of
volunteers; 8:00 - 1:00 and 12:00 - 5:00.  You are
also welcome to work all day if you would prefer.  If
you work all day, lunch is provided for you. 

The stations that we will be providing during Special
Smiles are dental screening, dental health education,
mouthguards and goodie bags. 

   I need the following information from each of you: 

   Home address and phone number 
   Shift you wish to work 
   T-shirt size 

Please let me know if you have any questions.  Working
with these Special Olympians is a rewarding and
wonderful experience! 


   Martha S. Taylor, RDH, MBA, MHA 
   Dental Hygiene Consultant 
   NC Oral Health Section 
   2728 Capital Boulevard 
   1910 Mail Service Center 
   Raleigh, NC  27699-1910 
   Phone: (919) 715-6478 
   Fax:   (919) 733-4688 

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