Campus Announcements -- April 1, 2015

Campus Announcements -- April 1, 2015

Holy Week services tonight, Thursday and Friday at Ransdell Chapel

Please help spread the word and fill Ransdell Chapel tonight, Thursday and Friday evenings (April 1, 2, & 3) for the celebration of Holy Week. Each of the three nightly services begins at 7 p.m. EDT. Each night is a different service to recount the last week of the life of Jesus Christ on earth --  His entrance into Jerusalem, His persecution and His death on the cross. This is a time of reflection before celebrating His Resurrection on Easter Sunday. Bishop C. James King Jr.of the Eleventh District of the Christian Methodist Episcopal Church, Louisville, will speak at 7 p.m. Wednesday, April 1. Dr. John Hurtgen, dean of the School of Theology, will speak at 7 p.m. Thursday, April 2; and “Christ’s Final Journey to the Cross,” led by the Rev. David Johnson of Campbellsville Baptist Church will be at 7 p.m. Friday, April 3. Everyone is invited to attend all services.

Last Noon Organ Concert is April 7

Campbellsville University’s final Noon Organ Concert in this year’s series will be on Tuesday, April 7 at 12:20 p.m. in Ransdell Chapel at 401 N. Hoskins Ave., Campbellsville. The series ends each year with School of Music faculty performing with organ.

School of Nursing having fundraisers

The School of Nursing is having two upcoming fundraisers. The School of Nursing KANS members will have a fundraiser this Thursday evening, April 2nd. They would appreciate your support by dining at CU Chick-fil-A Express restaurant from 4:30-7:30 p.m. A portion of all cash/credit/debit purchases will be donated to help nursing students with upcoming NSNA conference expenses. Thanks in advance for your support. On Monday, April 6 from 4 p.m. until 9 p.m., 10 percent of the proceeds at Colton's Steakhouse and Grill will go toward the Nursing Program KANS Club to provide funds for their trip to the NSNA national convention in Arizona. See flier.

5 K T-shirts from the Office of Counseling

T-shirt orders must be received no later than April 6th to guarantee a shirt. We will have a limited number of extras but sizes and availability shirts but will be on a first come first serve basis.
CU Summer Theater & Town Hall Productions present:
Youth Theater Camp: The Jungle Book

*A little red truck pulls into our town with everything it takes to mount a full-scale production…except the cast! This is where the children of Central Kentucky come in. The Missoula Children’s Theater will be sending 2 professional directors along with all the sets, lights, costumes, and expertise needed to stage a full-length one-hour production at the end of the week. In addition to auditioning, rehearsing, and performing the show, there will also be 3 theatrical enrichment workshops during the week. CU Theater & Town Hall Productions are so happy to partner with Missoula Children’s Theater to bring this incredible opportunity to our community! We truly hope to see your children there.

*What will our children get out of this?
live theater experience, enrichment workshops, arts education, team building, & memories to last a lifetime

*What is the cost?
$125 early bird special if $50 deposit per child received by April 3rd. ($100 each additional sibling) $150 after April 1st. Balance due May 2nd. (No refunds after this date)
**contact us to inquire about possible scholarship opportunities!
**Children are welcome to bring their lunch or purchase the meal of the day (provided by local vendors) for $4/day. Options TBD.

*What are the dates & times?
-Camp Week June 8th-13th
-Auditions Mon. June 8th, 9am
-Dailey schedule M-F, 9am-3pm
-Friday performance 7pm
-Saturday performance 2:30pm

*Will there be adult supervision present during rehearsals?

*Should they prepare for auditions?
Given the audition format, that won’t be necessary

*If my children can’t make the audition time, can they still be in the show?
If a child is not able to audition, unfortunately, they will not be able to participate in the show. However, there could be some need for backstage assistance.

*How reputable is Missoula Theater?
They’ve worked in 1200 communities around the world including all 50 states, 17 countries, 5 Canadian provinces, & 2 territories totaling 65,000 cast members and 750,000 audience members!

*What ages can participate?
Rising 1st grade through rising High School Seniors.

*Online registration available at:

More info available by contacting the theater department at: