Campus Announcements -- Nov. 9, 2012

Campus Announcements -- Nov. 9, 2012

No mail Monday, Nov. 12 due to Veterans' Day


There will be NO Postal Mail either being delivered or going out on Monday, 11/12/12. UPS, Fed Ex, and DHL will still deliver and pick up.
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Campbellsville University's Art Shop Open House

There will be an open house at Campbellsville University’s Art Shop, located in a small cabin at 503 N. Columbia Ave., Campbellsville, Saturday, Nov. 10 from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Everyone is invited. The art shop features work by CU faculty, staff, alumni and students. Various artists who have artwork on display will be available to greet and talk with guests, as well as discuss their work. Carolyn Ogden, president of the Campbellsville University Patrons of the Visual Arts, said, “One of the goals of the Campbellsville University Art Shop is to promote art in the community and introduce artists to the public, and the open house and Christmas Home Tour are great ways to do just that.” Ogden said many unique items will be on display that will make wonderful gifts. The Campbellsville University Art Shop will also be on the Campbellsville Women’s Club’s annual Christmas Home tour on Sunday, Dec. 2 from 1 p.m. to 5 p.m.

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Congratulations to Dr. Chris and Lisa Mullins

Congratulations to Dr. Chris and Lisa Mullins on the birth of their third child a son, Alexander Daniel Mullins, at Taylor Regional Hospital. He was born at 9:41 a.m. Friday, Nov. 9 and weighed 7 pounds, 6.9 ounces. He was 20 inches long. He joins a sister, Jenna and a brother, Ethan. Mullins is assistant professor of chemistry at CU.

Mom and baby are doing well! A picture is attached.
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ADOPTION FUNDRAISER for the WATKINS FAMILY

The following message is from Megan and Rusty Watkins, coordinator of summer camps and conferences:

Our CU family partnered with us in prayer and in fundraising support almost three years ago to bring little Caleb home. Now it’s time for Caleb to be a big brother! We ask you once again to pray with us and for us as we wait for the arrival of Baby Watkins. We are using the same adoption agency that we used with Caleb’s adoption and also ask that you remember our future birthparents in prayer as they have extremely difficult decisions ahead of them. We have not yet been matched with birthparents, so we do not yet know the timeline of when to expect another little one, but we are finished with the paperwork process and are in the waiting stage.

As we wait and pray, we also eat. The total cost of Caleb’s adoption (including agency fees, legal fees, and travel expenses) was over $27,000. Would you be willing to eat with us to help raise money for our second adoption? Chick-fil-A Express is partnering with us on Tuesday, Nov. 13from 11 a.m. until 3 p.m. We will receive 15% of sales during these specified hours. A “Spirit Night” coupon is necessary, but they will be available just outside the door of Chick-fil-A for your use. (See attached flyer)

Please share this information with your family, family, friends, neighbors, and co-workers. We would love to see you on the 13th! Caleb will be available to give “high fives!”

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Link in honor of Dr. William R. Neal


Here is a link to leave a comment for Dr. William (Bill) Neal: http://www.legacy.com/guestbooks/kentucky/guestbook.aspx?n=william-neal&pid=160875022&cid=gbsrchres.

Dr. Neal was an English professor and chair of the Division of Humanities at CU who died Nov. 3. Please continue to remember Beth Ann and her children at this time in your thoughts and prayers.
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CU alumna to have book signing

Gwinn Thompson Hahn, a 1970 graduate of Campbellsville University, will sign her new book at a book release/signing celebration Friday, Nov. 16 from 5 p.m. until 7 p.m. at Willisburg City Hall.

Hahn's book is titled "Journey to the Past — Willisburg and Tatham Springs." If her would like to see more about the book, so to www.facebook.com/TathamSprings. She can also be reached at 2674 Stringer Lane, Mt. Washington, Ky. 40047 or at gwinnhahn@yahoo.com.

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Lost phone

Andrew Tierranegra has lost his phone.

It is in a black and gray otter box and the phone is black. It is probably dead by now but if whoever has it has a BlackBerry charger or Andriod HTC charger you could charge it and call his roommate Cody Alley in his contacts. He last remembers having it in the H&W locker room.
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