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UNH and Durham flushing water mains
UNH and the Town of Durham will be flushing community water mains April 25 to May 6 from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. There will be no flushing during the weekend hours. Water main flushing is necessary to eliminate built-up of sediment in the water mains. These procedures stir up sediment, so some discoloration of the water may occur; however, the water remains safe for drinking. Info: Facilities Support Center at 2-1437.

Camp Wildcat still has openings
There are still spaces available for all three sessions of Camp Wildcat 2005. Camp Wildcat is a day camp for youths going into grades 2 to 7. Session I runs from June 27-July 8, Session II from July 11-July 22, and Session III from July 25-August 5.  Cost per session of Camp Wildcat is $270. Registration is on a first come, first served basis. For more information, contact Cheryl Clark at 2-0845

Summer learning program accepting students
Discover Summer Learning for students entering grades 1-6 will be held July 12 to Aug. 12, Tuesday through Friday, 9 a.m. to noon, at the Oyster River Middle School. The program, which is offered by the UNH Department of Education, costs $150 for the first student and $130 for each additional child in a family. Scholarships are available. Register by June 4 and to receive a discount.

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April 13, 2005
PAT Council gets update about facilities news 
Paul Chamberlin, interim assistant vice president for facilities, visited the PAT Council for a question-and-answer session at its April 6 meeting. (04-13-05) More >>>

Need some spring?
The UNH Greenhouse recently hosted its annual open house with lectures and displays to help chase away winter and welcome spring Friday and Saturday, April 1 and April 2, 2005. High-resolution photos are available for download by clicking on each picture. (04-13-05) More >>>

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UNH Campus Ministry and Cornucopia collecting spring food baskets
UNH Campus Ministry is coordinating its spring campuswide food collection. More fresh items are included on the suggested items list this year as organizers hope to celebrate Earth Day, the arrival of spring and the availability of fresh vegetables and fruit. (04-13-05) More >>>
UNH and Applied Geosolutions offer new urban planning tools for Rockingham and Strafford counties
A new set of urban planning tools, developed by UNH researchers and Applied GeoSolutions of Durham, is transforming the hindsight of historic patterns of development into a 20/20 vision of the future for Seacoast communities. (04-13-05) More >>>

More News
People with disabilities and their families will benefit from anonymous Monadnock Region ‘Giving Circle’ gift (04-13-05)
CEPS receives scholarship endowment
New Hampshire Industrial Research Center makes $30,000 grant to Dover medical device company (04-13-05)
CIE Travel Report: Margaret Love Denman
CIE Travel Report: Jeffrey Klenotic
CIE Travel Report: Delia Konzett
Lecture series explores ethics of human research April 13 (04-13-05)
Archaeologist of Mayan cave rituals to speak April 14
Music presents The Tender Land by Aaron Copland April 15-17 (04-13-05)
Award-winning poet reads at UNH April 14
UNH Hosts New England Consortium of McNair Scholars April 15-16
UNH Music presents Jazz Piano Potpourri April 20

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