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U.Va. MERCI Project recovers $18 million in medical supplies
U.Va.'s 2000-2001 holiday schedule
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Ronald Taylor named Inventor of the Year

University of Virginia scientists who have won patents since Jan. 1, 1999
'The need is overwhelming': Law student takes lead in providing volunteer services
Machinist grinds out long career, piece by piece
Lacrosse team celebrates Finals a day late
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U.Va. CMC Telethon set for June 3 and 4
Flanagan leaving the University
Notable - awards and achievements of faculty and staff
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A new library exhibit aims to delight the child in all of us
New pay plan employee information sessions
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A portion of this year's CMC Telethon proceeds will benefit U.Va.'s Neonatal Intensive Care Unit, which provides service to babies, such as this one.

U.Va. CMC Telethon set for June 3 and 4

16th CMC Walkathon June 3 Win-a-Harley raffle drawing June 17

This year's Children's Miracle Network Telethon to raise funds for the U.Va. Children's Medical Center will take place June 3 and 4. WVIR-TV/Channel 29 will broadcast the event from the U.Va. Medical Center from 8 p.m. Saturday to 6:30 p.m. Sunday.

Funds are sought to support three CMC areas.

  • The Neonatal Intensive Care Unit needs $2 million to expand facilities for feeding, baby care and family visits. The average hospital stay for NICU babies is 20 days, making family visit areas a top priority.

  • The CMC also hopes to raise $50,000 for the new Virginia Children's Heart Center, to link specialized care from U.Va. with pediatric heart care specialists statewide.

  • U.Va. research programs targeting childhood diseases are also seeking $250,000. Key studies are focusing on organ development, intestinal infections, asthma and cerebral palsy.

In addition to the telethon, the 16th CMC Walkathon will take place June 3 at Klockner Stadium. Registration begins at 3 p.m. and the walk begins at 4 p.m. For information on participation and sponsorship, call 924-8432 or (800) 297-0102.

On June 17, a raffle drawing will be held to benefit the CMC. Tickets are $5 for a chance to win a $20,000 Harley Davidson XL2000S motorcycle donated by Waugh Enterprises in Orange. Tickets may be purchased at the U.Va. Medical Center gift shop or by calling 924-8432 or (800) 88WAUGH.


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