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THE BRIEFS

Palatine Jaycees plan meeting for prospective members

The Palatine Jaycees will hold a membership night at 7:30 p.m. May 25, at IDOLS Sports Bar on Dundee and Rand roads. The purpose of the meeting is to discuss involvement in the Fourth of July Festival and other Jaycees events with prospective members.

Kate McNally, membership vice president, said each year at the Fourth of July celebration she meets many people who wished they had joined the Jaycees in time to help run the festival. With this membership meeting, she said people can join the Jaycees now, in time to be part of the festival.

Membership meetings are informal so people can get to know members and learn about the organization without feeling pressured to join.

The Palatine Jaycees is an organization that supports Palatine and the people in the community. Every year, it conducts over 150 projects that serve the community and accumulate funds for the operation of the chapter.

For information on the Palatine Jaycees or any of their sponsored events, call (847) 604-0288, visit their Web site at http://www.palatinejaycees.org, or e-mail them at info@@palatinejaycees.org.

UPS plans 'College Jam 2000,"recruitment open house today

United Parcel Service will have an open house from 4 to 10 p.m. today at its Palatine facility, 2100 N. Hicks Road, at the corner of Hicks and Rand roads.

The event is aimed at employee recruitment, but will feature free food and beverages, B-96's Brian Middleton giving away prizes and live music by Lyla Stone and The Fabulous Janes. There were also be immediate interview opportunities for part-time jobs with UPS and information about UPS' Earn and Learn program. For information, call (847) 705-6025.

Palatine Rotary Club donates nearly $10,000 to charity

The Palatine Rotary Club has approved nearly $10,000 in allocations to eight local and international organizations and programs. The eight groups are:

- Sisters of the Poor/St. Joseph's Home for the Elderly

- United Way of Palatine-Inverness-Rolling Meadows

- Palatine High School Advance Space Academy Scholarship

- Boy Scouts of America Northwest Suburban Council

- Fontenay Le Comte Sister City Free Sponsored Program

- The Bridge Youth and Family Services substance abuse treatment programs

- Special Olympics Golf Outing

- Breakfast Program and the Rotary District 6444 Paul Harris Contributions. …