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Logo Contest

To celebrate the 75th anniversary of La Verne football, there will be a contest for the best logo to put on the 50 yard-line for home games next season.

For more information, contact the athletic office. All entries are due to the athletic office by May 15.

Cultural Celebration

A panel discussion and cultural celebration will take place Monday from 6:30-9:30 p.m. in La Fetra Hall.
The celebration is sponsored by the African American Experience Class (Bhv 325) and the Behavioral Science Department.

Starfest ’96

Many of country music’s top artists will meet fans, sign autographs and perform during Starfest ‘96. Artists scheduled to perform include Tim McGraw, Faith Hill, Rick Trevino and Bryan White. It will take place May 9-10 at the Pomona Fairplex.

Tickets may be purchased in advance for $20 per day or $60 for a four-day pass. For further ticket information, call (310) 358-0900.

Reverse Raffle

The annual reverse raffle will be held May 11 at 6:30 p.m. at the Brookside Country Club. For reservations and information, call University Relations at ext. 4680.

Human Race

The Volunteer Center of Los Angeles will host its ninth annual Human Race, a 5K/10K walk, run, and wheelchair competition May 11 at Griffith Park. For registration information, contact Hank Castillo at (213) 484-2849.

—Julieta Ramirez

Julieta Ramirez
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