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Miss Ann Arbor Presents Fund Drive Check To "Our Own Thing" Organization, April 1969

Miss Ann Arbor Presents Fund Drive Check To "Our Own Thing" Organization, April 1969
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Ann Arbor News, April 17, 1969
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Diane Borgus, Miss Ann Arbor and a member of the "Our Own Thing" organization staff, hands Ralph M. Gibson (center), the group's financial officer, the first check received in a drive to send two talented local young people to the Interlochen Arts Academy for the summer. Left to right are Henry Pope, 15, of 524 N. Fourth, who will be sent to the academy to study drama; Miss Borgus, Gibson, Bridgette Kay McFadden of 519 Fifth, a flutist who will study music at the Traverse City academy, and her father, Carroll McFadden. The drive to provide the two scholarships officially got under way today following an organizational meeting last night at St. Andrew's Episcopal Church.
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Pratt Lodge Plans Benefit For 2 Youths

Ann Arbor News, May 23, 1969


Pratt Lodge Plans Benefit For 2 Youths
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Bridgett McFadden, "Our Own Thing" Participant, June 1969

Bridgett McFadden, "Our Own Thing" Participant, June 1969
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Ann Arbor News, June 17, 1969
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"Wanted- Financial assistance to help these gifted Ann Arbor teenagers from the "Our Own Thing" arts workshop the National Music Camp at Interlochen this summer. $1100 of the necessary $2500 has been generously given thus far. The remainder must be raised by June 22nd if the project is to succeed. Please help us. Send your tax- deductible contributions to Dr. Ralph Gibson, 321 Riverview Drive, Ann Arbor 48104."
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Wanted - "Our Own Thing"

Ann Arbor News, June 17, 1969


Wanted - "Our Own Thing"
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Henry Pope, "Our Own Thing" Teen Participant, June 1969

Henry Pope, "Our Own Thing" Teen Participant, June 1969
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Ann Arbor News, June 17, 1969
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"Wanted- Financial assistance to help these gifted Ann Arbor teenagers from the "Our Own Thing" arts workshop the National Music Camp at Interlochen this summer. $1100 of the necessary $2500 has been generously given thus far. The remainder must be raised by June 22nd if the project is to succeed. Please help us. Send your tax- deductible contributions to Dr. Ralph Gibson, 321 Riverview Drive, Ann Arbor 48104."
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2 Study At Interlochen With 'Our Own Thing' Aid

Ann Arbor News, August 26, 1969


2 Study At Interlochen With 'Our Own Thing' Aid
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Students Win Cultural Scholarships

Ann Arbor News, September 27, 1969


Students Win Cultural Scholarships
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Students Win "Our Own Thing" Scholarships, September 1969

Students Win "Our Own Thing" Scholarships, September 1969
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Ann Arbor News, September 27, 1969
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Judith Thompson (Left), George Luse And Cassandra Medley
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'Our Own Thing' Offers Classes

Ann Arbor News, October 6, 1969


'Our Own Thing' Offers Classes
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Group Plans Photo Class

Ann Arbor News, November 1, 1969


Group Plans Photo Class
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