Physical Education and Exercise Science Major's Club

Thursday, October 12, 2006

~October 19, 2006

Wayne Westcott will be on campus:

·         Remember that Wayne Westcott will be here on campus for a round-table discussion from 2:30pm – 3:30pm.  This is a great opportunity to speak with such an outstanding professional in our field.  Please plan to attend!

 

~October 26, 2006

Tom Templin at the University of Dayton:

·         Tom Templin, President of NASPE, will be speaking at Mariam Hall, part of the University of Dayton, in the Olery Auditorium.  Again, this is a great time to see a presentation by a professionally recognized organization in our field.

 

~October 21, 2006

Make A Difference Day – Making Strides Against Breast Cancer Walk

·         Remember that our club is participating in the Breast Cancer Walk.  All walkers in our group need to be there between 9:00am and 9:30am.  Once you sign up and register, you are committing to being there.  We will meet at Fifth Third Field.  The exact location at Fifth Third will be posted very soon.  Please check back. 

·         If you are interested in making a donation to the Breast Cancer Fund, please contact Adrienne, Linda, or Kathleen.

 

A few things to keep in mind...

~The 3-on-3 Basketball Tournament has been cancelled for this Saturday.  Our next group activity is the Breast Cancer Walk next weekend, October 21.

 

~Right now, one of our club members, Lisa Ruhe, is currently working on planning a visit to the Animal Shelter for November 4, 2006 which is a Saturday around 11:00am.  This day and time is tentative so please make sure you check our website again soon for a confirmed date on this activity.

 

~The month of November is approaching us quickly.  Please check the upcoming events link for activities that we will be participating in.

 

~A special thank you goes out to all club members who volunteered their time at the Water Station for the Half Marathon.  We had a great turn-out and had fun!  I was personally told by a gentleman involved in the race that we did an outstanding job and we were very motivating to the runners!  THANK YOU TO EACH OF YOU WHO HELPED OUT!!