Johns Hopkins Gazette: January 9, 1995


A "New Year Health Day," sponsored by the Occupational Health
Service and
the Office of Benefits Administration, will be held Thursday,
Jan. 19,
from 11:30 a.m. to 2 p.m. in room 113 of the Preclinical Teaching
in East Bal-timore. "Health Day" wi ll offer free cholesterol and
pressure screening, body composition analysis and other
 The School of Continuing Studies is hosting an open house
for the Certificate in Environmental Studies (offered through the
program) on Wednesday, Feb. 15, from 6:30 to 8:30 p.m. in room 3,
Hall. Twenty-five names will be drawn at the open
 house for a free field trip led by Charles Stine.
     The Certificate in Environmental Studies, en-dorsed by the
Maryland Department of Natural Resources, is for individuals who
want to
become actively engaged in learning more about ecol-ogy,
conservation, and
environmental law and policy. The certificate i s useful to those
with or
without a science background. Guests at the open house will meet
with Dr.
Stine, as well as with other instructors and students currently

 The second annual Baltimore Alumni Chap-ter Mid-Winter Ball will
be held
at the Peabody Library on Saturday, Feb. 18, from 8 p.m. to 12:30
a.m. All
area alumni, faculty and staff are invited to attend. There will
be music
by Shades of Blue, an 18-piece bi g band; a raw bar; open bar;
cocktail buffet from Classic Catering People. Free parking will
available at the Pea-body Garage off of St. Paul Street. 
     Cost for the ball is $50 per person for Alumni Association
and guests, and $60 per person for non-members. Black tie attire
optional. For information, or to register, call the Alumni
Office at 516-0363.

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