March 30, 2000
Vol. 19 No. 13

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    ‘Giving to Help’ raffle winners announced

    The University’s “Giving to Help Campaign” for the United Way and Other Charities raised $277,342 this year, the most money collected in the campaign’s history.

    Each year, the campaign features a raffle of prizes, for which every contributor is automatically eligible. This year’s prizes and winners are:

    Grand prize: A pair of coach-class airline tickets valid on United Airlines for travel; not to exceed $500 (donated by Arrington Travel/Navigant): Grace Chan––Student Services

    A paid day off (subject to departmental approval): Alicia Romig––Career & Placement Services

    A free, one-year parking pass (donated by Facilities Services): Valerie Harris––University Library

    A three-month health club membership to The Regents Club (donated by Regents Park at Hyde Park): Robert Perlman––Pediatrics, Janet Capodagili––Payroll

    A one-month health club membership to The Regents Club (donated by Regents Park at Hyde Park): Jean Bethke Elshtain––Divinity School, Emily Buss Doss––Law School

    A weekend stay in the V.I.P. Suite at Regents Park (donated by Regents Park at Hyde Park): Thumkunta Reddy––Chemistry

    A deli tray worth up to $25 from Market in the Park (donated by Regents Park at Hyde Park): Diane Yurco––Center for East Asian Studies, James Garcia––Facilities Services

    A $100 gift certificate for any purchase at the Campus Computer Stores (donated by the University Computing Organizations): Jennifer Sperry––University Press, Julie Mueller––James Franck Institute, Carl Thompson––Facilities Services

    An athletic pass for the 2000 academic year (donated by Physical Education & Athletics): Lynnette Love––Office of Special Programs, Melissa Abshire––Graduate School of Business

    A dinner for two at Dixie Kitchen & Bait Shop (donated by Dixie Kitchen & Bait Shop): Susan Boone––Chapin Hall Center, Mari Nakatsuka––Administrative Information Systems

    A dinner for two at Calypso Café (donated by Calypso Café): Stuart Luppescu––Center for School Improvement, Margaret Benson––Office of Special Programs

    A $30 gift certificate to Cornell Florist: Octavia Noel Fallwell––University Library

    A $50 gift certificate to Piccolo Mondo Café: Georgia Crowther––Divinity School

    An autographed Chicago Bears Media Guide (donated by Chicago Bears): Herbert Abelson––Pediatrics

    A $25 gift certificate to Mark Bires Catering: Lee Price––Social Sciences Collegiate Division, Marianne Jankowski––University Press, Timothy Orr––Real Estate Operations, Deborah Bates––School of Social Service Administration

    A pair of tickets to Fair Ladies at a Game of Poem Cards at Court Theatre (donated by Court Theatre): Pamela Wendell––Office of the Bursar

    A pair of tickets for a musical performance by pianist Stewart Goodyear (donated by the Department of Music): Shail Busby––Dermatology, Herman Sinaiko––Humanities Division

    A pair of tickets for a musical performance by Trio Fontenay (donated by the Department of Music): Arieh Konigl––Astromony & Astrophysics

    A pair of tickets for a musical performance by Giardino Armonico (donated by the Department of Music): Susan Frolichstein––Pediatrics

    A free large pizza with any purchase of $5 (donated by Connie’s Pizza): Everett Vokes––Medicine

    A tote bag and one-year membership to the Oriental Institute Museum: James Chandler––English, John Kroll––Office of the Comptroller, Manuel Moyado––University Press, Jane McKeever––University Library, Kathryn Kraynik––University Press

    A baseball signed by Chicago White Sox player James Baldwin Jr.: Janet Mather––University Library

    A baseball signed by Chicago White Sox player Jim Parque: Robert Shirrell––University Press

    A Chicago White Sox photograph: Nancy Michael––Molecular Genetics & Cell Biology

    A United Way shirt: Ellen McGrew––University Publications, Samuel Hellman––Radiology, Jean Neff Herbert––Lab Schools

    A United Way mug: Joanna Brown––Office of Special Programs, Robert Vonderohe––Networking Services & Information Technologies, Joanne Pilat––Benefits Office, Anthony Mahowald––Molecular Genetics & Cell Biology