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SPRING SESSION EVENTS CALENDAR 2001

This is our tentative schedule of activities for Session 2, 2000/01.

Additions to the schedule may be made during the course of the session, so please check in with the club coordinators for up to date meeting information and special events!

 

January:

1/4 - First Meeting and Orientation 6 - 8 PM
1/18 - MOVIE FORUM !!! 7 - 9:30  PM

February:

2/1 - Discussion Meeting 6 - 8 PM  RM 2-123
** 2/8 - GUEST SPEAKER DAVID B. FLETCHER will be joining us to give a presentation on the topic of BIOETHICS. 1-2 PM RM 5-112
2/15 - MOVIE FORUM !!! 7 - 9:30 PM  RM 2-123

March:

3/8 - Discussion meeting 6 - 8 PM  RM 2-123
3/16 - SPRING BREAK CELEBRATION!!! (TBA)
3/22 - MOVIE FORUM !!! 7 - 9:30 PM   RM 2-123

April:

4/5 - OFFICIAL RECEPTION and AWARDS CEREMONY 5-112
4/12 - GUEST SPEAKER CLAY HOLLIDAY - Presentation: The Baby of Macon by Peter Greenaway (TBA)

 

***SPECIAL ANNOUNCEMENTS***

MOVIE FORUM nights have been added to our list of activities beginning this Fall Session. We will be choosing thought provoking film to view and then holding discussion forums directly following. Check above date listings or contact the club for more info.

Guest Speakers will be invited to come to campus as guests of the SPECTRUM organization. This session we will be bringing in local authorities on faiths and belief systems for open discussion and informative lecture events. if you know someone who would like to participate or come speak, contact the group coordinators.

A brand new volunteerism opportunity has been added!!! The Waldenbooks on 436 near Waccamaw has asked if we can organize a team of 3 to 4 volunteers for Saturday afternoon 3PM to 5PM children's activity groups. We will be overseeing group activities, monitoring the children in the store, and helping employees with running the events. If interested, please contact Sharon.

1 hour per week student mentoring is also available through our group for students in Colonial High school. For more information, please call Sharon.

As always, volunteers are being sought for the Westminster volunteer days. Contact Samantha or Sharon for details.

 

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Last Updated: 02/26/01 02:18 PM