1:00 p.m.
Behind the TCC

5 person team minimum (up to 7)
$5 per person
Double elimination

Contact tdrath@atsu.edu with questions/registration

Fundraiser for Biomedical Science Club

4:00 p.m.
Ophelia Parrish Performance Hall
Truman State University (TSU)

TSU Department of Music presents:

TSU Orchestra, Sam McClure, conductor

Cantoria and Chamber Choir, Mark Jennings, conductor

7:00 p.m.
TCC

Attend this annual event that showcases various skits prepared by students.  Skits can come in many different forms and are recorded in advance or performed live.

Awards/prizes for the best skits will be given

Video submissions and live skits should be about 3-5 minutes, unless they’re exceptional

All videos and live skits will be reviewed before the show

All finalized skits must be submitted by April 17 to adawson@atsu.edu

For more information, contact wknapp@atsu.edu

 

4:30-6:00 p.m.
Art viewing

6:00-6:30 p.m.
Awards ceremony

Featuring artwork by individuals from the:

Department of Developmental Disabilities
Division of Comprehensive Psychiatric Services
Division of Alcohol & Drug Abuse

Artwork due April 4

Light refreshments will be served

(water colors, drawings, latch hook, pottery, jewelry, oil paintings, needle point, crochet, sculpture, poetry, painting, cross stitch, quilts, wood work, and much more)

For more information contact Chuck Comstock or Sue Gibson, Kirksville Regional Office, 660.785.2500

 

8:00 a.m.-Noon
Location to be announced

NEMO ViQueens take on the River City Dames of Anarchy from Mason City, Iowa
Kirksville High School
Doors open at 6 :00 p.m./bout starts at 7:00 p.m.
Tickets are $10
Night’s proceeds will go to Ronald McDonald House

For information contact mcramberg@atsu.edu

 

4-6 p.m.
South end, Centennial Commons

Members of the Kirksville Osteopathic Alumni Association (KOAA) Board of Directors will be at different topic tables in the south end of the Commons so students can ask questions of practicing osteopathic physicians.

12 Noon-6:00 p.m.
Rehoboth Baptist Church
100 Pfeiffer Avenue
Kirksville

Give blood and make a difference.  Think tropical thoughts and enjoy the Kirksville Kiwanis Club’s  luau as you help the community and the American Red Cross.

Go here to RSVP:    https://www.facebook.com/events/740065132684111/

Sign-ups underway for part 2 of the spring-2014 League of TCC Racquetball.
Begins during week of March 31/ends in the week of May 5
Should involve 1 match per week for 6 weeks
SIGN-UP DEADLINE is Friday, March 28, at midnight

Please respond to email sent by Dr. Sargentini if you want to play or you can register at TCC

Typically, there will be one match scheduled per person per week in the early evening of Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, or (potentially) Saturday morning. Players will play on the same day each week depending on which skill division they are in. Which day groups will play on will not be determined until after the sign-up deadline.

There is no cost for KCOM students or their spouses; others should check with Dan Martin (626-2213) to see if they are exempt

Racquets, balls, and goggles can be checked out at the TCC desk

Participants must provide clean, non-marking shoes, e.g., court or basketball shoes, etc.

Beginner’s Clinic – Dr. Sargentini will schedule upon request; let him know if interested:  nsargentini@atsu.edu  

 

Northwest Osteopathic Medical Foundation
2014-15 medical school scholarship applications will be accepted through May 30.
OMS II, III, and IV are eligible to apply for 2014-15
Students from Alaska, Idaho, Montana, Oregon, and Washington have priority
Students interested in primary care have priority

Students can apply online at www.nwosteo.org/scholarship

The Foundation’s goal is to award $125,000 in scholarships for the upcoming academic year.   Since 1985, the Foundation has provided over $1.4 million dollars in more than 460 scholarships.

 

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