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Choosing an assortment of canned foods, Alison Schraeder prepares boxes that were given to needy famihes in Lubboel during the Thanksgiving holidays. Tallying about the importance of nutrition, Carol Pietz leads a workshop as part of the conven- tion activities that took place in Lubbock. Student Dietetic Association — 239
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Students become aware of the nutritional needs of People Everywhere exas Tech Student Dietetic Association members think of others before thinlcing of themselves. Rather than competing for awards, the association concerns itself with making the community aware of nutrition needs and then helping to meet those needs. For example, the dietetic association works with Lubbock ' s Meals on Wheels program and the Lubbock Dietetic Associa- tion. Members of the club sold heart-shaped sugar cookies in the University Engaged in conversation. L.aura Campbell and Robert Ramirez take part in a salad supper to honor the winners of a nutrition poster contest. The contest was between Lubbock elementary schools dur- ing National Nutrition Month in March. Centerfor Valentine ' s Day. The profits went to help fi- nance Lubbock ' s Meals on Wheels program. The pro- gram is designed to help those who can ' t prepare their own meals. Alison Schraeder, president, said working with Meals on Wheels is a practical expe- rience, with members learning how to nutritional- ly care for people with such diseases as diabetes. " We don ' t promote spir- it, " said Schraeder. " It ' s a learning type of organiza- tion. " Another learning experi- ence came when members saw a film and presentation about Australia ' s nutrition situation and its lack of dietitians compared to the United States. The dietetic association also sponsored a Thanks- giving food drjve to aid needy families and served meals at local hospitals or for Lubbock ' s Junior League . Schraeder said the meals served at hospitals usually were for such events as employee recog- nition dinners. Dietetic association members probably were the busiest during National Nutrition Month in March. The organization spon- sored a nutrition poster contest between Lubbock elementary schools and honored the top three con- testants at a salad supper. Rounding out National Nutrition Month was a food and nutrition faculty recog- nition banquet. The dietetic association is a part of Tech ' s food and nutrition department. In October, members attended the Texas State Dietetic Association con- vention in Lubbock. Officers were Schraeder, president; John McNemey, vice president; Gretchen Ludwig, secretary; Deanna Merrit, treasurer; and Tracy Oesch, historian. Clara McPherson was the advis- er. — Camille Wheeler Tamara Cowan Rusa Duron tilizabelh Esctienburg John McNcrncv Caltiy Organ Michelle Robensun Alison Schroedcr Karen Sncad l.isa .Sleinhauscr Lee .Ann Walker % . 238 — Student Dietetic Association
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pChildren play outdoors ' Ole ' resident Gail Neel said Phi U p s i I o n Omicron ' s ' ' P roj e c t Ole " provides an outdoor learning experience for children. The ongoing project is connected with the child development department in the College of Home Eco- nomics. Neel said that so far, a playground comple te with a bicycle path and plants has been constructed outside the home econo- mics building. Neel said Phi Upsilon Omicron. the national hon- or society in home econo- mics, serves both Lubbock and Tech with service pro- jects. The society enjoyed quality speakers at its bi- monthly meetings. Jean Wallace. Tech ' s student legal counsel, spoke to the group about wills, and Steve Moore of the Wesley Foundation addressed the issue of ethics. Phi Upsilon Omicron celebrated Founder ' s Day with a salad supper. In connection with Tech ' s Carol of Lights ceremony, the society sold " Tech Lights Up My Life " buttons. To be a member, a stu- dent must maintain a 3.25 overall GPA and must have completed 12 hours in home economics and 48 tot- al hours. Officers were Neel, pres- ident; Lisa Odell, vice pres- ident; and Tamara Cowan, treasurer. — Camille Wheeler Enjoying good food and good friends. Donna Bell. Lee Ann Walker and Janice Jordan participate in the Founder ' s Day celebration. Uncovering a tasty fruit salad. Tina Sanders, president-elect, prepares for the Founder ' s Day salad supper. Alan Andrewi 240 — Phi Upsilon Omicron
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