Alcalá View 1996 12.8
Surf City USD, the Coolest Spot Eas~ of Belmont Park By Jill Wagner
Benefit Briefs The Employee Assistance Program is available for an employee or members of their immediate family for problems affecting the employee on the job, includ- ing emotional stress, family discord, financial/legal wor- ries, marital problems or alcohol/drug abuse. There is no cost for the first three vis- its. All visits are held in strict confidence. Call the 24-hour toll-free number, (800) 367- 7474, for information. California Casualty was ranked No. 1 in a nationwide survey of auto insurers in 1995. In addition to auto insurance, they provide other insurances not offered or lim- ited in their offering by other insurance companies, includ- ing: homeowners, condo, renters, secondary dwelling, vacation property and earth- quake insurance. Call (800) 345-7240 for a free no oblig- ation quote. USE credit union is offer- ing a "Gotta Have It" loan. Amounts are available between $3,000 and $5,000 with an 11.9 percent APR and easy terms up to 36 months. Call the Linda Vista branch office at 453-5620 or the TeleServices Center at 535-1676 for information. - Vicki Coscia Commencement Information Saturday, May 25: Law School Commencement, 10:30 a.m., Torero Stadium. Baccalaureate Mass, 4 p.m. , Torero Stadium. Sunday, May 26: Under- graduate Commencement, 9 a.m., Torero Stadium. Graduate Commence- ment, 2:30 p.m., Torero Stadium. For further informa- tion, call the registrar's office at ext. 4557.
Staninger, Jo Ann Szymonik, Raney Castle, Pamela Caldwell, Kate Callen, Michael Boyce, Randy Reiter, Don Fellows, Barbara Ritchie, Jack Cannon, Susan Payment, Anne-Grethe Morris , Jackie White, Regina Sullivan, Kimberly Lewis, and Margaret McDonald. Service awards for 10-, 15-, 20-, 25 - and 30-year employees will be presented at the
Alcala Park's much-anticipated summer kickoff is just around the corner. The 1996 Employee Apprec iation Picnic will cele- brate the coming of warm days and comple- tion of an exciting, successful school year with a party at the Sports Center pool. With the help of guests who are invited to sport their favorite sunglasses and wild beachwear, the pool area
will be transformed into Surf City USO, the coolest hang- out east of Belmont Park ! Bring chairs, blankets and plenty of sunscreen to make the afternoon an enj oyable one. The picnic, set for noon
to 3:30 p.m., June 7, is open to all employees and USO retirees. Lunch will be served by Rubio's and fol- lowed by the presentation of -~-:-....-
the five-year service certifi- cates and announcement of the Manuel Hernandez Staff Employee of the Year Award winner. Door prizes and the Administrator of
The team re/)resenting academic affairs is the reigning cham/)ion after paddling to victory in the 1995 President's T.E.A. Cup competition . This year's relay will feature water AND land events with teams seek- ing glory for their entire division.
the Year Award will be presented by the Staff Employees Association. The 30- minute ceremony also will include the win- ner of this month's Alcala View contest (see pages three and fo ur) . This year, 56 staff and administrative emp loyees will be honored with five-year service certificates at the annual bash. They are: Dionisio Viegas , Alice Bournazian, Peter Crom, Raymond Hayes, Sarah Nord, Elaine Valerio , Mary Therese Karlinger, Maria Tavares , Lilia Gutierrez, Adelaida Rangel , Armando Laguna, Juan Aguilar, Tina Wing, Jerry Stratton, Luis Anjo, Carey Jones, Janis Fain, Vivianne Saw- asaki, Teresita Castillo, Richard Jauregui, Clinton Jones , Betty Sotelo, Laura Nottoli, Elaine Atencio, Lea Myrick, Gayle Dack, Charles Harding, Eldrin Rowe , Sally Weegar, Andrea Letzring, Joanne Gerson, Wendy Tankersley, Troy Shivers , Yolanda Abitan, Sandra Bunton, Traci Merrill, Theresa Hrenchir , Dean Ward, Father Barry Vinyard, Sushila Selness, Steven
fall Service Awards Celebration. Following the awards ceremony, relay teams wi ll vie fo r glory in the second annual President's T.E.A. (Team Effort Award) Cup competition between vice pres idential areas. Picnic organizers say competitors should be ready fo r anything from paddling to pedal- ing and swimming to hoola-hoop ing in this year's race. A university tram will transport employ- ees to and from the pool. Pickup locations will be noted on the invitation sent through campus mail. To be eligible for door prizes and to receive a ticke t, don't forget to R.S.V.P. Tickets are mandatory for attendance and will be available at the Hahn University Center box office. Spouses, children and guests are welcome with a paid ticket. Adults are $8 and children (ages 4 to 12) are $5. Kids three and under are free. For more info rmation, call Calista Davis at ext. 2621.
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