Pumpkin contest categories are:  Most “anatomically” correct, Scariest and Creative.  $5/Group, $3/Person, $2/Pumpkin

Back lot at the TCC on Halloween at 4 pm

Awards to the Best Pumpkins and Costumes!

SAA halloween Contest

2014 Christmas Parade Flier

The 2014 Christmas Parade will be on December 6th, 2014 at 5:00 PM.  Staging will begin any time after 4:00 PM on Franklin Street facing south between Illinois and Missouri Streets.  The parade will head south on North Franklin until it reaches Jefferson Street.  Parade participants will disperse once they have reached Jefferson Street.

The purpose of the Christmas Parade is to celebrate the Christmas season, collect winter clothing for the children that do not have protection for the cold winter months, and to give back to the community.  The entrance requirement to be in the parade is a donation of children’s Winter Gloves, Mittens, Hats, & Scarves.  Groups and individuals are invited and brightly lighted floats are encouraged.  There will be Awards and Prizes for the best three floats. Floats will be judged for Brightest and Most Colorful, and Most Original Christmas Theme.

 

 

 

 

 

 

Bruce Normile Juvenile Justice Center – Volunteer Opportunities: Mentoring & Tutoring

1)     Mentoring: (http://www.juvenilecircuit2.org/mentoring)

This is a great opportunity to serve as a role model and spend time with youth(s). Click on the “mentoring” link above to see the full description of the mentor program on their website.

Application Process:

  • Contact the Bruce Normile Juvenile Justice Center at (660) 665-4224 and ask for Ms. Garla Mills at extension 28. Her contact information is at the bottom of this page. Schedule a time to meet with her to discuss the mentor program, the current needs for the position, and to request an application. You can also submit an application and meet with her at a different time.

 

  • If you would like to become acquainted with the center, there are opportunities to become a tutor (see below). This allows you to meet the students and staff and to familiarize yourself with the potential opportunity and need for mentors.

Time Commitment:

  • The time commitment is very flexible and to be determined based on your role as a mentor, availability, and needs of the position.

 

2)     Tutoring:

Spend at least one hour per week with students to assist with homework assignments in subjects such as math, science and history.

Application Process:

  • There is no formal application process, but you will need to provide your social security number and birthdate before you can begin tutoring. Contact the center to express your interest to serve as a tutor.  Also, you are absolutely welcome to begin tutoring with the biomedical science students. We typically tutor on Tuesday evenings. We are happy to carpool or facilitate your introduction to the center for tutoring or mentoring!

Time Commitment:

  • Tutoring is scheduled from 7:30-8:30 p.m. Sundays – Fridays. You can tutor as often as you would like during these days and times.

Questions?

Please see the contact information for Ms. Garla Mills below. You are welcome to contact me anytime at nlighthouse@atsu.edu for general questions about our volunteer experiences. Thank you for your interest! Sincerely, Nicole Lighthouse

Garla L. Mills
Juvenile Officer V
Director of Residential Services
Normile Family Center
660-665-4224 ext. 28

 

Halloween (Costume) Dodgeball is happening this Friday in the TCC, 6:30pm-8:30pm. Cost is $25 per person (to raise money for Wounded Warrior Project) but you will get a sweet t-shirt and we have tons of great prizes including a $75 gift card to Wal-Mart, a power drill, $25 gift card to KCOM bookstore, among many others that will be raffled off. Prizes also given to dodgeball winning team and team in the best costumes.
So grab your friends (or spouses) and come out to play! Teams may register at the door starting at 6:15. Don’t forget that the first 5 teams to register get a draw string backpack so it pays to get there early! Cash or checks (to KCOM PMR club) accepted.
See you on Friday!
Kyle Johnson
PM&R Club President

Faith Lutheran School Fall Festival

Friday, October 10
5:00-8:00 pm
NEMO Fairgrounds
Admission is $5 and includes your meal and 5 carnival game tickets

Live Auction!

Carnival Games
Meal (Western’s BBQ, Colton’s soups, hot dogs, nachos)
Silent Auction
Raffles
Dessert and Coffee Table

Mary Immaculate School’s Annual Autumn Auction and Soup Lunch

Sunday, November 2nd
NEMO Fairgrounds
Lunch served 11:00-1:00
Silent Auction 11:00-12:45 Live Auction at 1:15
Music performance by Mary Immaculate students at 12:45

Cost is $6 (ages 15 and up) $3 (ages 5-14) and Under 5 Free

Games for the kids, Raffle prizes, Homemade soups, sandwiches and desserts

For more information or to donate an item, call 660-665-1006 

Attention Noble Disc Golfers (Frolfers)- Rotaract is hosting the 5th annual Plastic Pumpkin Klassic this weekend, October 4th at 10:00am, at Rotary Park by the Aquatic Center. The disc golf tournament will benefit Hospice of Northeast Missouri.

The tournament is a 2 man scramble meaning the team plays the best throw from each player. The course is only 9 holes, therefore we will be playing it twice for a total of 18 holes. Cash prizes will go to the top 3 teams. Mini games such as longest drive and closest to the pin will be played along the course and players will have a chance to win door prizes after their round. The price of entry is $10/person or $20 per team and you will sign up at the time of the event. If you don’t have a partner we will pair you with someone. If you don’t have frisbees, we have some we can rent out to you at no cost for the day. Breakfast and snacks will be provided on tournament day.


Please visit our Facebook page,  ATSU-Rotaract Plastic Pumpkin Klassic, and tell us you are going!

 

Calling all ATSU Students!

 

How would you like to win a pair of Beats by Dre™ headphones

… maybe a terabyte hard drive?

Check back here on October 13 for more details about the

#ATSUPride photo contest.

(Don’t worry, it’s fun and easy!)

éé Get started by following us on Instagram and Twitter!

@ATSU_news or @atstilluniversity

Contest open to current ATSU students only.

 

1:00-1:30 p.m.

Presenters:

Jacquelynn Pratt, OMS II
Introduction

Bernard Ploeger S.M., Ph.D.
President, Brother Bernard Ploeger, SM, Ph.D., of Charminate University – University mission to Hawaii and the U.S. Affiliate Pacific and their commitment to preparing health care professionals.

Patrician Lee-Robinson
Associate Provost
Director of Office of Health Professions
Advising & Undergraduate Research
Chaminade University – Chaminade & ATSU agreements; the consistency of osteopathic medicine with traditional Pacific healing and the mission to improve access to undeserved Hawaiian populations and diversification of health care workforce.

 

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