OLLI E-News #18-13 of May 3, 2013
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> AN IMPRESSIVE MIX OF OLLI TEACHERS.  From the executive director. By Thom Clement
> WELCOME TO OUR NEW ADMINISTRATOR/REGISTRAR. Kerin Braudaway joins staff at Tallwood.

> INAUGURATION OF DR. ÁNGEL CABRERA. Festivities held last Friday in Patriot Center. By Pat Carroll
> LEADER PROFILE. Ann Youngren, co-chair of Art & Music Resource Group. By Arleen Richman

> SUPER SALAD SOCIAL FEATURED JAZZ. Potluck lunch as the Tallwood Trio played.

> ATTENTION EXPERIENCED POWERPOINT USERS! Can you help mentor an instructor?
> OUTING TO ASH LAWN-HIGHLAND. OLLI group visits home of President James Monroe.

> BOOK CLUB. Wed, May 8 – In the Garden of the Beasts.

> PHOTOGRAPHY CLUB. Fri, May 10 – "Washington, DC: A Photographer's Paradise."
> POET'S CORNER. Courtesy of the OLLI Poetry Workshop.
> MASON-FAIRFAX ARTS AND MUSIC. Upcoming performances. By Jan Bohall

> MASON HIGHLIGHTS. Other Mason events. By Helen Ackerman

> HYLTON ARTS AND MUSIC. Upcoming performances. By Sheri Siesseger
> COMING ATTRACTIONS. Upcoming non-class events at OLLI.

From the executive director
By Thom Clement, Executive Director
WE ARE ABUNDANTLY BLESSED with resources for the OLLI program at George Mason University.
  • First and foremost, our members have a rich diversity of experience in government, business, military and academic careers.
  • The availability of experts in the greater Washington Metropolitan region makes us the envy of lifelong learning institutes around the country.
  • The willingness of George Mason faculty and students to share their knowledge via presentations, performances and lectures is remarkable.
     We owe a tremendous gratitude to the OLLI members who contribute their ideas and skills of persuasion to organize courses and recruit wonderful speakers and instructors. Instructors are those who teach a multi-session course; speakers are those who make one-time presentations. Below is a visual representation of where our instructors and speakers come from:

OLLI Instructors During 2012

OLLI Speakers During 2012

Kerin Braudaway joins staff at Tallwood

Kerin Braudaway, OLLI administrator/registrar;
photo by Beth Davis.
I AM SO PLEASED TO WELCOME Kerin Braudaway as our new administrator and registrar in the main office at Tallwood. Kerin is busy learning about the many tasks and responsibilities of the job, but she is a quick learner and loves working with people.
     Kerin lives in Oak Hill with her husband Wes, who is a systems engineer for BAE Systems. They have three sons: Jim (22), and twins Tom and Ben (19). Jim and Tom attend James Madison University, and Ben attends Virginia Tech.
     Kerin graduated from Fairfax High School and went on to James Madison University, where she got her degree in Office and Business Administration. She recently worked as a financial quality coordinator at INOVA Fairfax Hospital and has been an active volunteer leader in her church and in her sons’ schools. She heard about OLLI from Maria Buczek, who served as our administrator/registrar from 2008-2011.
     Please join me in extending a friendly welcome to Kerin!

Note: Although they spell their names differently, we now have two staff members whose names sound the same: Kerin Braudaway (our new administrator/registrar) and Karen Nash (our finance associate).
-- By Thom Clement, Executive Director
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Festivities held last Friday in Patriot Center
By Pat Carroll, University Liaison Committee Chair

DR. ÁNGEL CABRERA WAS INAUGURATED as the sixth president of George Mason University at the Patriot Center on Friday, April 26. A large crowd was present; among them were a number of OLLI members, attending individually or as representatives of OLLI or other organizations affiliated with the University.
     The theme of the Inauguration was the Vision Statement recently approved by the Board of Trustees. It is “The Mason Ideainnovative, diverse, entrepreneurial, accessible.” A graphical depiction is here.

     Each of the four characteristics was presented in a short video and short speech by faculty, staff or students. When the diverse speech was given, I was pleasantly surprised to hear Osher Lifelong Learning Institute mentioned.
     OLLI is surely getting “Brand Recognition” these days for its important role of providing senior learning opportunities to citizens of Northern Virginia. Just last month, Dr. Cabrera spoke at the OLLI Teacher Appreciation Event to assembled OLLI instructors and teachers as well as Mason faculty leaders and students receiving OLLI scholarships. And next week (on Thursday, May 8 at 2:15), former Mason President Alan Merten will be speaking about "The George Mason University Story" to OLLI members at Tallwood, with the presentation to be videoconferenced to OLLI members at our Loudoun site in Mason spaces there.
     Go OLLI!

Editor's note: Following are ways to watch the inauguration either on your TV or on the web.
  • On GMU-TV, you can watch the inauguration on your TV from 1:00–3:30pm on Thursday, May 2 through Sunday, May 5. Click here for local cable channels that show GMU-TV.
  • On YouTube, you can watch the mention of OLLI during the Staff Senate Chair Joel Carls' 90-second speech on diversity.
  • On YouTube, you can watch Dr. Cabrera's 29-minute inauguration speech here.
  • On YouTube, you can watch a video of the entire ceremony here (1 hour, 34 minutes).
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Photo by Dan Feighery

Ann Youngren, co-chair of Art & Music Resource Group

By Arleen Richman, OLLI E-News Staff Writer
ANN YOUNGREN, CO-CHAIR of OLLI's Art and Music Resource Group, is delighted that we have so many galleries like the National Gallery of Art in the D.C. area. "They are free, and I would like everyone to be able to get out and see them," she says.
     This philosophy is incorporated in the fine-art classes Ann has developed for the Reston and Loudoun campuses. "I have been lucky to locate art experts such as the two docents at the National Gallery of Art who were pleased to give lectures on topics such as French Impressionists and What Makes Modern Art Good," she recalls, "but the real fun is when the class gets into a bus and goes to Washington to actually see the paintings we studied." For the future, Ann hopes to develop similar programs for Tallwood and to inaugurate art lectures that will move from campus to campus.
     She first became involved with OLLI in 2006 when she was hired as our Reston site assistant. When Ann left this position in 2010, she joined OLLI and immediately volunteered as a member of the Art and Music Resource Group. "This was great," she says. "It really meshed with my art background." Two years ago she agreed to co-chair the resource group – a responsibility which "scares me a bit."
     Ann, who was born in New York City, moved to England as a young child (her father was a British diplomat) and attended schools there. After high school, she studied interior design at a London art school. Moving to Chicago, she began her career by working on commercial accounts, such as banks, for a large architectural firm – where she met her future husband Ralph, an architect. After her two children were born, she worked from home on residential interior designs.
     Ann has been married to her husband Ralph for 50 years (now retired and also an OLLI member); they have two sons and four grandchildren. A dog lover, she enjoys walking Milly and Molly, terrier mixes, on the Reston trails. Ann moved to Reston in 2003. When she is not involved with OLLI, she spends a good deal of time working for the Reston Historical Trust.
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Potluck lunch as the Tallwood Trio played

Photos of the event by Stan Schretter.
MORE THAN SIXTY PEOPLE attended the OLLI-Reston luncheon and jazz event on Friday, April 19. This Super Salad Social was a potluck lunch with an amazing variety of salads, fruit dishes and desserts. OLLI members were able to enjoy lunch at the Rose Gallery in the Reston Community Center at Lake Anne in an atmosphere reminiscent of a daytime nightclub as the Tallwood Trio played. Alan Wenberg on piano, David Hirsch on drums and Eric Henderson on bass described their coming together last fall and their weekly rehearsals as they emerge as OLLI's "house band." The social event was organized by OLLI-Reston Coordinator Carol Henderson with the help of several OLLI volunteers and Reston Site Assistant Arman Majumder.

Can you help mentor an instructor?

Wanted: PowerPoint mentor (any gender).
THE PROGRAM COMMITTEE is looking for mentors to help instructors with creating PowerPoint presentations for their classes. This would be a one-on-one effort. Currently there is only one teacher request but it would be nice to have more than one mentor available if future requests are received.
     If you can help either now or at a convenient time for you in the future, please contact me. Thank you!
-- By Kathryn Russell, Program Committee Chair
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OLLI group visits home of President James Monroe

Top: arrival at Ash Lawn-Highland. Bottom: group during tour; inset, members doing paper quilling. Photos by Dan Feighery. Banner image at top of issue by Bill Reader.
ON APRIL 19, forty-five OLLI members traveled to Charlottesville to visit Ash Lawn-Highland, the home of James Monroe, fifth president of the United States. We were greeted by the home's new executive director. We then toured the home, visited the ice house, participated in candle making and paper quilling (decorations made from small paper strips), and enjoyed box lunches from a local bakery/deli. And it didn't rain until we returned home!
-- By Mary Coyne, Coordinator
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Wed, May 8 – In the Garden of the Beasts
THE BOOK CLUB will meet at 1:30 on Wednesday, April 10, at Tallwood. The book for discussion is In the Garden of the Beasts by Erik Larson, who is considered a master of "narrative nonfiction." It is the story of the tenure of William E.Dodd, a history professor at the University of Chicago and a Jeffersonian Democrat,  who served as the American ambassador to Germany during the volatile years of 1933 to 1937 as Hitler rose to power and Germany prepared for war. 
     All OLLI members are welcome.
     Looking ahead: Next month's selection, for discussion at 10:00 on Wednesday, June 12, is Cleopatra by Stacy Schiff.
-- By Ceda McGrew, Book Club Coordinator

Fri, May 10 – "Washington, DC: A Photographer's Paradise"
ON FRIDAY, MAY 10, the Photography Club will hold its monthly meeting at 9:30 in TA-1. Our speaker will be E. David Luria (photo at right), whose presentation is entitled "Washington, DC: A Photographer's Paradise." David will highlight the best-known and least-known places to photograph in the DC area. He will describe the different angles and photographic techniques he uses to capture these sites. David will confirm that DC is really a "Paris on the Potomac."
     David Luria is founder and director of the Washington Photo Safari that he began in 1999. The program has expanded to many domestic and overseas locations and now includes a team of twelve other  professional photographers. Mr. Luria has served as an official photographer for the National Cherry Blossom Festival and as an event photographer for the U.S. Holocaust Memorial Museum. David was born in Hamburg, Germany; his family, escaping the Holocaust, came to the United States in 1938.
     You do not have to be a member of the Photography Club to attend. All OLLI members and their guests are welcome.
-- By Ed Parker, Photography Club Coordinator


Courtesy of the OLLI Poetry Workshop

The Lowly Umbrella

The lowly, much coveted, needed, umbrella
began as shade from the sun
in old Egypt and Assyria,
then came to the West
ribbed with leftover stays
from milady’s corset, now
in basic black with short ribs
short handle for easy grip
duckbilled handle for formal wear
hooked for an easy carry
bold stripes, polka-dotted,
paisley. Medium to large,
gigantic golf varieties                      
to accommodate a crowd                       
shelter a damsel                   
keep rainwater from a cup of tea
keep papers dry
protect one’s ‘do.
Bumbershoot or brolly,
No substitute.

Jan Bohall

Note: The above poem won an Honorable Mention at the Poetry Society of Virginia’s Competition for 2013; see the recent E-News article about the OLLI winners.
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Performances, May 3–12
 By Jan Bohall, OLLI E-News Staff Writer
FOR TICKETS, call 1-888-945-2468 or buy online (phone and online orders are handled by tickets.com; a service charge applies) or visit the Center for the Arts Box Office, Tue-Sat, 10:00-6:00. More info on tickets is at the CFA tickets page.

Mason Dance Company
May Concert
Fri, May 3 & Sat, May 4, 8:00
     The School of Dance at George Mason will feature student performances of contemporary dance with choreography.
Admission: $10 seniors/students, $15 other adults, $7 groups of 10 or more
Harris Theatre
Mason Vocal Jazz Concert
Fri, May 3, 8:00
     The Vocal Jazz groups, Soundcheque, Timesquare and GM Unit, will perform traditional standards, Broadway and doo-wop selections, in tight harmony and with vocal precision.  Students are directed by Dr. Stan Engebretson, who has lectured at OLLI.   
Admission: Free, non-ticketed
de Laski Bldg, Room 3001
Mason Chamber Ensembles Concert
Sat, May 4, 3:00
     A diverse group of student ensembles will play chamber music, directed by faculty members, in a compilation recital.
Admission: Free, non-ticketed
de Laski Bldg, Room 3001
The Mason Cabaret
The Millennials
Sat, May 4 & Mon, May 6, 8:00
     These second and third evenings of cabaret (see event details to the right in this row) will feature work by musical theatre’s new composers, including Jason Robert Brown (The Last Five Years, Songs for a New World), Joe Iconis (TV’s SMASH, Things to Ruin), Pasek and Paul (Dogfight, Edges) and many more. ALL proceeds will benefit Theater at Mason’s new Musical Theatre Program.
The Millennials
Sat, May 4, 8:00

     Admission: $20 seniors, students, military; $25 general admission for complimentary hors d’oeuvres and performance, cash bar.
     Buy tickets online or call 703-584-2900 (Mon-Fri 10:00-6:00, Sat 11:00-7:00, Sun 12:00-5:00). Reserved tickets may be collected at Will Call 30 min. prior to event.
W-3 Theatre
The Workhouse Arts Center
9601 Ox Road, Lorton, VA 22079
The Millennials
Mon, May 6, 8:00

     Admission: $20 seniors, students, military; $25 general admission. No food or beverage service at this performance.
     Reserve tickets by email to theater@gmu.edu or phone at 703-993-2195. Tickets will be held at the door for purchase – cash or check only.
Industrial Strength Theatre
(inside the Sunset Business Park)
269 Sunset Park Drive, Herndon, VA 20170
Les Ballets Trockadero de Monte Carlo
Sat, May 4, 8:00
     This all-male ballet company brings hilarious twists on such classics as Swan Lake, Don Quixote and Giselle, with the sight of all-male bodies crammed into tutus and balancing en pointe. The talented dancers, playing both male and female roles, poke fun while performing with excellent form and skill.
Admission: $48, $40, $24
Family friendly: Youth through grade 12, half price with an adult
Concert Hall
Come at 7:15 for a free artistic discussion on Grand Tier III.

Mason Guitar Ensemble Concert
Sat, May 4, 8:00
     Prof. Larry Snitzler, who has performed recently at OLLI, will direct the Ensemble.
Admission: Free, non-ticketed
de Laski Bldg, Room 3001

Young Masters Concert
presented by the Mason Symphony Orchestra & Combined Choruses
The Annual Music Scholarship Benefit Event
Sun, May 5, 7:00
     This concert will feature the student winners of the 2013 Concerto Competition. Included will be the Trumpet Concerto in E minor of Oskar Böhme; Rückert Lieder of Gustav Mahler; Carmen Fantasy of Francois Born; Rhapsody in Blue of George Gershwin; Cello Concerto in A minor of Robert Schumann; and Cäcilie of Richard Strauss.
Admission: $15 seniors/students, $20 other adults
Concert Hall

Mason Symphonic Band
Spring Concert
Mon, May 6, 8:00
     Prof. Jennifer Lapple will conduct the Symphonic Band in a program that will include works by contemporary composers, including Frank Ticheli (led by guest conductor Adam Hilkert), Jan Van der Roost, Johan de Meij, Phillip Sparke (with faculty member Denny Edelbrock, trumpet), Samuel Hazo and Arturo Marquez.
Admission: $5 seniors, students, groups, $10 general admission  
Concert Hall
Fairfax Symphony Orchestra
Christopher Zimmerman, conductor
Sat, May 11, 8:00
     In its last concert of the current season, the Orchestra will perform overtures and arias by musical giants Wagner and Verdi in celebration of the 200th anniversary of their births. Joni Henson, soprano, and Brennen Guillory, tenor, will be featured.
Admission: $25, $45, $55
Students age 6-18 $5 with an adult, available 6:00-7:00 evening of concert
Concert Hall
     Come at 7:00 for a pre-performance artistic discussion by Maestro Zimmerman on Grand Tier III.
American Youth Philharmonic Orchestra
Suite Celebrations
Sun, May 12, 3:00
     The String Ensemble, directed by Laura Cahn, will perform selections by Grieg, Faure and Brahms. J.D. Anderson will conduct the Concert Orchestra in works by Von Weber, Mozart and Bizet.     
Admission: $10 seniors, students, $15 general admission
Concert Hall

Mason School of Music Honors Recital
Sun, May 12, 3:00
     This recital will feature students selected from dozens who auditioned to perform, a talented mix of graduate and undergraduate students, vocalists and instrumentalists. Among them will be this year’s OLLI scholarship winner, Hyun Ji Kim, on piano, performing Chopin’s Etude, Op. 10, No. 3. Alisha Hirscher, on piano, an OLLI scholarship winner in 2011, will perform Brahms’ Intermezzo, Op. 118, No. 2.
Admission: Free, non-ticketed
Harris Theatre
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Other Mason events, next two weeks
By Helen Ackerman, OLLI E-News Staff Writer
>Exhibit: Alternative Photo Process Show. Art produced using a variety of photographic processing techniques. Mon, May 6 – Fri, May 24. Gallery 123, School of Art. Free.
>Observatory Session: Evening Under the Stars. Check out views of galaxies, stars and planets through the observatory’s 0.8 meter telescope. Tue, May 14, 7:30 to 9:30. Research Hall Lobby and the Observatory. Check the observatory website if the weather is doubtful. Free.
>Mason Sustainability Institute May Garden Seminar: "Compost Happens." Experienced gardeners discuss their methods of composting and show how different composting techniques can make great garden soil even with space or time limitations. Thu, May 16, 7:00 to 8:30. Green Acres Center, 4401 Sideburn Rd, Fairfax, VA 22030. Free.

Manassas performances, May 3–12
By Sheri Siesseger, OLLI E-News Staff Writer
FOR TICKETS, call 1-888-945-2468 or click "Buy Tickets" at the event listing in the calendar (phone and online orders are handled by tickets.com; a service charge applies) – or visit the box office in the lobby of the Hylton Performing Arts Center on Mason's Prince William campus in Manassas, Wed-Sat, noon to 6:00 (or visit the box office in the lobby of the Center for the Arts on Mason's Fairfax campus, Tue-Sat, 10:00-6:00). More info on tickets is at the ticket purchase page.

Bradley Stevens
Continues through Sun, May 12
     Stevens is a classically trained realist painter with a career spanning 25 years. His style is contemporary realism focusing on three areas of representational art – portraits, landscapes and figurative urban landscapes.
Admission:  Free
Buchanan Partners Arts Gallery
Third Anniversary Gala
Sat, May 4, 5:00
     Marking the Hylton Performing Arts Center’s 3rd year, the gala honors Dr. H. Randall Edwards, Dr. Marvin L. Gillum (in memory), and the Hon. Kathleen K. Seefeldt for their roles in creating the center. The event benefits the Senator Charles J. Colgan Community Arts Benefit Fund, which assists local arts organizations, enabling them to perform at the Hylton.
     The event begins with a cocktail reception in the Didlake Grand Foyer that includes a performance by Blue Ridge Mountain folk artist Tara Mills. Dinner follows in the Gregory Family Theater. The evening concludes with a performance by Dr. Ralph Stanley and the Clinch Mountain Boys in Merchant Hall.
     Admission: Individual tickets are available to the general public at $300 per ticket, $195 of which is tax deductible. For further information on tickets or sponsorship opportunities, visit this website.
Lila Downs
Sun, May 5, 7:00
     Celebrate Cinco de Mayo with Lila Downs, a Mexican-American singer, and her band. The artist combines traditional Mexican music with her own songs for a blend of blues, soul, jazz and African rhythms. For a sample of her music, click here.
     Pre-performance discussion by a member of the company begins at 6:15.
Admission: $44, $36, $28
Merchant Hall
Dr. Ralph Stanley and The Clinch Mountain Boys
Sat, May 4, 8:00
     Dr. Stanley, a celebrated bluegrass banjoist, formed the Clinch Mountain Boys band with his brother in 1946. Now an octogenarian, he still performs more than 150 concerts a year. He has won a Grammy Award for his soundtrack for the film, O Brother, Where Art Thou?, and is a recipient of the National Medal of the Arts.
     Pre-performance discussion by Randy Barrett, president, DC Bluegrass Union, begins at 7:15.
Admission:  $54, $46, $38
Merchant Hall
Manassas Symphony Orchestra
Bach to the Future

Sat, May 11, 7:30
     MSO celebrates its first 20 years. Julliard-trained soloist Jon Manasse performs Aaron Copland’s Clarinet Concerto. The program includes works by Bach and Del Borgo and closes with Tchaikovsky’s Symphony No. 5.
Admission:  $18, adults; $12, seniors and educators; free admission for students
Merchant Hall
Sat, May 11, 8:00; Sun, May 12, 3:00
     Featuring Jeannette Bayardelle, SHIDA is based on the true story of a young African-American woman growing up in the Bronx who aspires to become a writer. This new musical, directed by Tony Award-winning producer Andy Sandberg, is a 75-minute, one-woman show set to a score featuring rock, jazz, rhythm and blues, and gospel. For more information on Ms. Bayardelle, visit this website.
Admission:  $75, VIP seating; $49, orchestra; $35, balcony; seniors, $42, orchestra, $31, balcony
Gregory Family Theater

Upcoming non-class events at OLLI
THE FOLLOWING LIST covering the next two weeks is extracted for your convenience from the master online calendar maintained by the office, with direct web links added when available. The list is accurate as of mid-week but to check anytime for the latest information, please view the latest forecast of upcoming events on our website (News/OLLI Calendar). Note: All OLLI members are welcome at, and encouraged to attend, meetings of the Board of Directors, committees and resource groups, Kick-Off Coffees, etc. (bolded below).
OLLI-Reston Notes is a news email of particular interest to Reston members, written by Reston Coordinator Carol Henderson. The most recent version is dated April 2013 and can be read at this link (pdf).
     OLLI-Loudoun Notes is a news email of particular interest to Loudoun members, written by Loudoun Coordinator Kathie West. The most recent version is dated March 2013 and can be read at this link (pdf).

Fri May 3   9:15am   "China in My Eyes" photo exhibit - TA-3
     10:00am   Annual Membership Meeting/"Meet the Candidates" - TA-1
     11:30am (approx)   Annual Picnic - Tallwood grounds
Tue May 7   10:00am   Knitting and Needlework Club - Lake Anne Coffee Shop
Wed May 8   1:30pm   Craft & Conversation Group - Cottage
     1:30pm   Book Club - TA-2
     1:45pm   Bridge Club - TA-3
Thu May 9   11:50am   "China in My Eyes" discussion with photographers - TA-3
Fri May 10   9:30am   Photography Club - TA-1
     10:00am   Recorder Consort - TA-2
     10:30am   Loudoun Program Resource Group meeting - Loudoun room 236
     11:00am   Homer, etc. - Annex
Mon May 13   Registration opens for summer term (closes Fri, May 24)
Tue May 14   9:45am   OLLI Day at the Movies/Lunch - Cinema Arts Theater; Old Country Buffet
  10:00am   Knitting and Needlework Club - Lake Anne Coffee Shop
Wed May 15   10:00am   Bridge Club - TA-3
     10:00am   Mah Jongg Club - TA-2
     10:30am   Investment Forum - TA-1
     1:00pm   Audiovisual Support Committee meeting - Cottage
Thu May 16   10:00am   Humanities/Social Sciences Resource Group meeting - Annex
Fri May 17   10:00am   Recorder Consort - TA-2
     10:00am   Craft & Conversation Group - Cottage    
     11:00am   Homer, etc. - Annex
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How to contact OLLI
HERE IS A READY REFERENCE on how to contact OLLI. For email addresses and phone numbers not listed below, please consult the online Membership Directory (log in to Member Portal).

About OLLI E-News and the member/volunteers who produce it

Rod Zumbro
Creator and Editor

Barbara Kyriakakis
Associate Editor

Ernestine Meyer
Backup Editor
Review Team: Gordon Canyock, Barbara Kyriakakis
Database Manager: Barbara Kyriakakis
Weekly Contributors:
Mason-Fairfax Arts and Music; Poet's Corner: Jan Bohall
Mason Highlights: Helen Ackerman
Hylton Arts and Music:
Sheri Siesseger
> About this newsletter. OLLI's weekly newsletter, OLLI E-News, is emailed to current OLLI members with email addresses on Fridays. When classes are in session, printed copies of this newsletter are distributed in classrooms. Comments, suggestions or complaints? Please contact Editor Rod Zumbro or Communications Committee Chair Gordon Canyock.
> Submissions. Members are encouraged to submit OLLI-related news items, articles and photos for this newsletter. Deadline – 7:00 pm Wednesday for that week's issue (7:00 pm Monday for letters to the editor for which an OLLI response is appropriate); submissions earlier in the week are greatly appreciated. Please limit articles to about 250 words. Submit material to Editor Rod Zumbro (email rzumbro@gmu.edu).
> Read the latest issue early. The new weekly issue of OLLI E-News is posted to the OLLI website Thursday evening. Read it by visiting http://www.olli.gmu.edu/pubs.htm#enews, where you will find a list of the last 12 issues by date.
> Viewing or searching past issues. You can view past issues of OLLI E-News via either the list of the last 12 issues or the DocStore archive of all past issues by date/issue number. To search the content of issues, use Search Our Site or put your search term in Google followed by "site:olli.gmu.edu/" without the quotes (e.g., searchterm site:olli.gmu.edu/). Back to top

Updated: May 3, 2013

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