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Volunteers Needed at Summerfest
The Summerfest 2010 committee is seeking volunteers for the July 14 event. Help is needed for everything from checking people in, serving food, and calling numbers at bingo, to judging the Bake Off. 
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New Worker's Compensation Arrangements Begin Thursday
Beginning Thursday, July 1, Purdue will begin using JWF Speciality Company for the management of worker's compensation claims. The switch to JWF will increase personalized service for injured employees, while decreasing administrative costs to the University. If you have questions, contact Tina Sullivan, 481-6683 or Tina Grady, 481-6684.
For more information, refer to the Worker's Compensation Web site.
IPFW Will Host Indiana Campus Compact Service Engagement Corps
AmeriCorps logo IPFW has been selected to host a 2010-11 Indiana Campus Compact Service Engagement Corps (S-E Corps) AmeriCorps program. The S-E Corps provides college students with the opportunity to participate in a 300-hour AmeriCorps service term. S-E members become a part of the AmeriCorps national service network of improving lives and strengthening communities throughout the United States. Members will be involved in various community service projects, while building relationships between higher education institutions and local community agencies. EAP programs add value to existing service initiatives, expand opportunities for college students to serve, and connect new community agencies together as partners in service. College students qualified to enroll as S-E Corps members are eligible to receive a $1,132 Education Award that can be used to repay qualified student loans or to pay the cost of attending a qualified institution of higher education.
Fireworks Display This Sunday 
Fireworks Fort Wayne's annual Fourth of July Fireworks Spectacular will still go on. You can anticipate the 25-minute display sponsored by AT&T to start around 10 p.m. or when it gets dark. There will be no public events before the show, but a local radio station and food vendors will be on-site for much of the day. The north campus entrance at St. Joe Road remains closed due to construction, so please use the Crescent Avenue or Anthony Boulevard entrances. Additional parking will be available in the Ivy Tech lots.
The annual Alumni Rooftop Party will take place in Parking Garage No. 1. Admission is $5 per car and you may bring chairs and coolers; food will be available.
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