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Vol. LVIII, No. 22
November 03, 2006
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Rockledge CFC ‘Alley-Oop’ Set, Nov. 8

Come out and cheer for your institute/center representative in a CFC basketball free-throw competition on Wednesday, Nov. 8 at the upper level of the 6701 Rockledge parking lot. The “Alley-Oop” runs from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. and includes the free-throw contest, music from the Walter Johnson High School Jazz Combo and $4 lunches available from restaurants such as Ledo’s Pizza, the Bean Bag and Hard Times Café. Also on hand will be representatives from some of the CFC charities that will benefit from your contributions. So come out for some good food, good fun and an exciting free-throw contest and support the CFC!

NIH director Dr. Elias Zerhouni (c) referees the Oct. 12 Combined Federal Campaign basketball free-throw contest featuring directors of the institutes and centers. The contest, held in front of Bldg. 1, was proposed by NIDCR director Dr. Lawrence Tabak to raise awareness of this year’s CFC. Coincidentally, Tabak won, hitting the most free throws in 30 seconds.
NIH director Dr. Elias Zerhouni (c) referees the Oct. 12 Combined Federal Campaign basketball free-throw contest featuring directors of the institutes and centers. The contest, held in front of Bldg. 1, was proposed by NIDCR director Dr. Lawrence Tabak to raise awareness of this year’s CFC. Coincidentally, Tabak won, hitting the most free throws in 30 seconds.
Ball in hand, CIT Deputy Director Al Whitley focuses on the hoop as other IC entrants (from l) NIDDK acting director Dr. Griffin Rodgers, NIA deputy director Dr. Judith Salerno, Charles Sabatos, chief of NINR’s Office of Science Policy and Public Liaison, and NHLBI deputy director Dr. Susan Shurin look on. R&W President Randy Schools (r) also helped officiate the contest.
Ball in hand, CIT Deputy Director Al Whitley focuses on the hoop as other IC entrants (from l) NIDDK acting director Dr. Griffin Rodgers, NIA deputy director Dr. Judith Salerno, Charles Sabatos, chief of NINR’s Office of Science Policy and Public Liaison, and NHLBI deputy director Dr. Susan Shurin look on. R&W President Randy Schools (r) also helped officiate the contest.
Competitors include (from l) NIAMS director Dr. Steve Katz, CSR deputy director Dr. Cheryl Kitt, CC director Dr. John Gallin, NIMH director Dr. Thomas Insel, NIGMS director Dr. Jeremy Berg and Salerno.

Competitors include (from l) NIAMS director Dr. Steve Katz, CSR deputy director Dr. Cheryl Kitt, CC director Dr. John Gallin, NIMH director Dr. Thomas Insel, NIGMS director Dr. Jeremy Berg and Salerno.

NIAID director Dr. Anthony Fauci is the picture of concentration as he prepares to shoot. Eventual victor Tabak (l) high-fives well-wishers that include Zerhouni. The prize was a laptop computer Tabak will present to a deserving CFC keyworker or contributor. Eventual victor Tabak high-fives well-wishers that include Zerhouni.Ball in hand, CIT Deputy Director Al Whitley focuses on hoop other IC entrants look on.

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NIAID director Dr. Anthony Fauci is the picture of concentration as he prepares to shoot.

Right:
Eventual victor Tabak (l) high-fives well-wishers that include Zerhouni. The prize was a laptop computer Tabak will present to a deserving CFC keyworker or contributor. Eventual victor Tabak high-fives well-wishers that include Zerhouni.Ball in hand, CIT Deputy Director Al Whitley focuses on hoop other IC entrants look on.

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