Memorial Exhibition for Ron Coleman
Oct 5-23 // Reception Sat. Oct. 10, 10 am-12 pm EST
Pence-Chowning Art Gallery
The late Ron Coleman's paintings will be displayed as the Homecoming Exhibition at the Pence-Chowning Art Gallery. He was a basketball and golf coach, and an academic advisor for Campbellsville University. More on Coleman's legacy at CU can be seen here: http://www.campbellsvilletigers.com/article/3600.php
His wife, Roxanne Coleman. will be in attendance.
Fall 2015 hours for the Pence-Chowning Art Gallery can be seen in attachment.
Dr. Frank Page’s book being ordered
Barnes & Noble’s College Bookstore is ordering 10 copies of Dr. Frank Page’s book, “Melissa: A Father’s Lesson from a Daughter’s Suicide.” He spoke on this subject in chapel last week.
The cost will be $14.99.
A notice will be sent out when the books arrive.
‘To Kill a Mockingbird’ to be shown tonight
Tonight, at 6 o’clock, “To Kill A Mockingbird” will be shown in the Citizens Bank Writing Center in the Badgett Academic Support Center for the next session of “Mad Libs.” See Tweety’s message below.
Recycle your no longer used cell phones and accessories
CU-SOMERSET is ministering to the Pulaski County area by collecting no-longer-used cell phones and accessories for the Bethany House in Somerset, Ky. Phones can be from any carrier, and do not have to work. For each no-longer-used phone and accessory donated, Verizon will give cash to Bethany House, a shelter for women who are victims of domestic abuse to help them future minister to and meet the needs of their clients.
Please take phones and accessories you would like to donate to one of the following places by Noon, Friday, October 9th:
CU-Somerset Noe Education Center in Somerset
Dr. Marilyn Goodwin, Room 122 on the Education Building on Main Campus
Cole or Anne Russell in Room 120 of the Education Building on Main Campus
‘Tie Dye Night’ at 6 p.m.
Don’t forget "Tie Dye Night" on Stapp Lawn at 6 p.m. tonight hosted by Stapp Hall!! Bring your own item, and we'll wash it for you!!
Extension cords borrowed — please return!
If anyone has borrowed equipment from Audio/Visual or Broadcast Services, please return immediately with no questions asked. They are desperately looking for two tubs of extension cords that have disappeared. This equipment is needed for Homecoming.
Posted on Mon, October 5, 2015
by Joan McKinney