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IN THIS ISSUE
Sponsor-A-Family
Greek Corner
What are QR Codes?
BYOG
In Other News...
Creation Station
Toys for Happiness
Celtic Christmas
Mystery Dinner
Greetings!

Greetings (Contact First Name),
  
This is the last week of our treasure hunt!! Make sure you don't miss out on your last chance to score some gold! 
   

Donate food items to the Thanksgiving Sponsor-A-Family to benefit local Western Maryland families! The Office of Volunteerism and National Service helped over 70 families last year with this event, let's see if we can top that this year!  

 

 

Make sure to enjoy your Thanksgiving Break!

 

Bobbie Watson '12

SpotlightOnline Coordinator/Social Marketing Team 

pirateARRRGH... THE TREASURE HUNT IS ENDING! 

This is the last clue for the Social Marketing Team's treasure hunt! You will have until November 30 to pick up your final piece of treasure! Make sure you have all four pieces of the map to be eligible for the grand prize! Ye best get goin'!

 

WEEK #4 CLUE:
Fer ye final destination, go to the place where we plan and program.     
 
Be sure to ASK for your TREASURE 
when your reach your destination
   
Volunteerism and National Service is sponsoring:
Thanksgiving
Sponsor-A-Family

Through the 12th Annual Sponsor-a-Family Program, departments and organizations on campus can help make a difference in a family's life in Western Maryland by providing a food basket to a needy family. Over the past 11 years the Sponsor-a-Family Program has provided Thanksgiving baskets for over 400 families in Western Maryland.

 

If your office or organization is interested in sponsoring a family for the Thanksgiving Holiday, or you would like more information, please e-mail Clarissa Lang at the Office of Volunteerism and National Service for further details ASAP.  Last year we helped over 70 families have a wonderful meal. All baskets will be delivered on the Monday and Tuesday before Thanksgiving.

GREEK CORNER
Turkey Bowl
Championship Game RESCHEDULED 
Thursday, 12/1, 7-9:30 PM
 
Bobcat Stadium
 
Come watch the Greeks compete for the 2011 Turkey Bowl Title in a flag football competition

Tuesday, 11/29, 4:30 - 7:30 PM
Chesapeake Dining Hall
 
Interested in joining a Greek Organization? Come to the cafe and have dinner with some amazing Greeks here at Frostburg State University!

 
 
All Greek Open House
Wednesday, 11/30 8 - 9:30 PM
Lane University Center, Alice R. Manicur Assembly Hall (ARMAH)
 
Come out and learn about Greek Life here at Frostburg State University. Representatives from each organization will be there to answer your questions and provide you with information.
 
The Social Marketing Team presents:
What are QR Codes?
Tuesday, 11/29 at 7 PM
 
Lane University Center, Atkinson Room
 
Learn how to make and use QR codes to promote your organization's message. Discuss when it is appropriate to use QR codes and when it isn't. 
Gaming Consoles
Lane University Center presents
BYOG
Bring Your Own Game Night
Wednesday, 11/30 Noon - 11 PM
Lane University Center Game Room

Bring your own Xbox, Wii, or Playstation 3 games to the Game Room and use their equipment to play your own games! Make sure to bring your friends so you can start a tournament!
This week in Articles:

5 New Skills Job Seekers       
9 Ways to Eat Slower     Top 10 Medical Breakthroughs               Need                                                                         of 2011 
Creation Station:
Memory Boards

Wednesday, 11/30 7:30 PM - 9:30
Lane University Center
FREE

Come out during the Greek Open House and make a memory board with the University Programming Council!
Pick Up Line of  the Week with Mike & BrandieBrandie and Michael
Mike:
I just wanted to show this rose how incredibly beautiful you are.

Pick up lines
  
 




Brandie:
Were you in the Boy Scouts? Because you sure have tied my heart in a knot.  

Toys for Happiness

Toys for Happiness collects children's toys every year and donates them to children in the Cumberland Area. The toys are given to children who otherwise wouldn't get much for Christmas. Over the past 30 years they have donated toys to over 70,000 children. Starting Monday, November 28 we will be collecting toys for Toys for Happiness.

 

UNWRAPPED toys can be dropped at one of three locations:

*Braddock House

*Lane University Center Information Desk-Ms. Judy

*Compton 241-Ms. Cindy Troutman

For questions or other information please email Clarissa Lang at the Office of Volunteerism & National Service or call her at 301.687.4210
Cultural Events Series presents:
TOMÁSEEN FOLEY'S
Thursday, 12/8, 7:30 PM
FSU Performing Arts Center, Pealer Recital Hall
$3 for FSU Students

Experience the joy and warmth of an Irish Christmas when the delightful master storyteller Tomáseen Foley returns to Frostburg. "A Celtic Christmas" combines storytelling, traditional dance and live music, and features a cast of award-winning artists performing in the Celtic tradition. Foley will be joined onstage by the prodigious and creative Irish dancer, Marcus Donnelly; internationally acclaimed master of the steel-string guitar, William Coulter; Brian Bigley on uilleann pipes, whistles and flute; and vocalist, multi-instrumentalist and world champion Irish dancer, Marianne Knight.
 
University Programming Council presents:
Tragical Tripp:
Mystery Dinner Theater
Thursday, 12/8, 8 PM
$7 with FSU Student ID

The hippest rock singer of the 1960's just got herself in a heavy dose of instant karma. It seems that she has been kidnapped....

Join the University Programming Council for Tragical Tripp: Mystery Dinner Theater   This event is for FSU students only. Tickets are $7 and includes a three course meal. Prizes will also be given away during dinner. Make sure to bring your FSU Student ID with you to the LUC Box Office to purchase your ticket! For more information, email the University Programming Council.  
 Student & Community Involvement's
Student of the Week
Andy Krehbiel
  
Andy Krehbiel, '14 Business Administration/Entrepeneur and Economics double major, works for the Lane Center Tech Crew, doing lighting for events such as homecoming. From Hagerstown, he would like his own production company someday. "I'm learning the trade," he says of his first semester working for SCI. He values the experience he is getting and hopes to continue at Lane until graduation. 

Chelsey RobertsCONGRATULATIONS  
TREASURE HUNT 
WEEK #3 WINNER!  
 
Chelsey Campbell-Roberts 
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