The Youth Orchestras of Prince William will hold auditions from 4 to 8 p.m. Sept. 6 and 7 and Sept. 12 and 13 at Gar-Field High. Those interested in auditioning for the Youth Symphony Orchestra or Concert Orchestra should call and schedule an appointment for any of the four days. Students wishing to participate in the Primo or Repertory Orchestras may audition on a first-come, first-serve basis Sept. 7 or Sept. 13. Audition requirements may be obtained from the school band/orchestra teacher or from Youth Orchestra office. Call 590-7083.
Shelter Seeks Volunteers
Turning Points and Family Assistance, two of the six programs offered by Action in Community Through Service, is seeking volunteers. Turning Points, a program that offers shelter and support to men, women and children whose lives have been affected by domestic violence, is looking for group leaders and support volunteers and positions are available for daytime and evening. Training is provided with the next training session Sept. 8. Call 221-4951. Family Assistance is looking for caseworkers to help people in crisis situations who need food or financial assistance. Training is provided with a session scheduled for Sept. 10. Call 221-3186.
The Prince William Amberjax Swim Club 1990-91 will meet from 7:30 to 9 p.m. Tuesday at Kerrydale Elementary in Dale City. The Amberjax offer training programs and participate in United States Swimming sanctioned age-group competition. Call 670-9460 or 590-4065.
The Junior Woman's Club of Manassas is sponsoring its first annual photo contest, which is open to all amateur photographers. The two categories are comprised of youth (age 17 years old and younger) and adults (age 18 and older). The winning entries plus the top 30 finalists will be on display in the windows of Potomac Academy of Hair Design in Manassas during the Fall Jubilee in October. Proceeds will benefit the Prince William County Cultural Arts Foundation. Entry forms and contest rules are available at Skyline Color Labs in Manassas and at Prince William County Libraries. The contest runs until Sept. 22. Call 368-0461.