Attending were: Andrew, Shawna, Kathy, Missy, Brad, Kiley, Morgan, Rod , Angelia and guests, Carolyn, Jason and Francisco.
First time attendees Kiley and Rod, plus guests were welcomed to the meeting.
Tara Woodmansee: Tara came to invite members to participate in her Honors project. She will be putting together an Anthology of creative works by Northwestern students and employees. Tara encouraged everyone to create literary, photographic or fine art pieces. Winning pieces will be published in the Northwestern News providing the written work is not too long. All submissions should be returned in black and white. Photos and artwork can also be submitted in grayscale. This is a contest and will be judged by three non-submitting faculty members. For more information contact Tara or read the article in the 9-24-09 newspaper.
Officer Elections: President - Andrew Lauffer; Vice President - Shawna Gilbert; Secretary - Missy Buller.
1) Plans were made for members to place "Turn off the juice" signs in buildings to help promote saving electricity whenever possible. This project is being done in cooperation with CORE.
2) Christmas Cards -- Group decided to definitely ask the campus to be involved with this project. Card making work nights will be planned and people will be invited to help. Missy volunteered to ask Phi Delta to partner with the Art Society for delivering cards and caroling. Phi Delta has traditionally caroled at the nursing homes in Alva. Publicity will be done to invite everyone on campus to join in the fun. From the card idea, discussion was held on the possibility of a giant card to be made and placed outside the library - if permission is given.
1) Any design ideas? Please turn in ideas in person or by email by the meeting next week. We'll need ideas for a Door and for a Sheet Sign. Permission has been given to use an office door of the Media Center for our decorations for the contest.
2) Bike Contest...still waiting for information on this idea.
NEXT MEETING: Thursday, Oct. 1, 6 p.m.
Wed, March 3, 2010
by Angelia Case