Please join the BOO officers and advisors for our monthly meeting on December 5, 2013 at 3:30p.m. in Eliades Hall, room E301. Officer meetings are open to all BOO chapter members.
BOO officer’s and members will discuss upcoming projects for the spring 2014 semester. Join in to share your ideas, plans, and aspirations for the PTK-BOO chapter!
Remember- meetings are open to ALL Beta Omicron Omicron chapter members. We want to hear from you!
Please help PTK-BOO support John Tyler’s participation in the Angel Tree program by providing for a child BOO has adopted.
BOO has selected Isaiah, a 12 year old boy. Isaiah asked for:
- PSP (PlayStation Portable) games
- Pants, size 14
- Shirts, size large
- Shoes, size 9
All clothing, toys, or money towards presents are due by Monday, December 2nd. All donations must be new and unused. Please leave tags on all clothing and gifts. Also, please provide any gift receipts for items purchased in case exchanges need to be made by Isaiah’s parents.
Donations or gifts can be given to any of the advisors or BOO officers. Items can also be dropped off to the Midlothian Library- Hamel Hall, H202.
If you would like to donate money to help purchase items for Isaiah or if you have any questions about the program or how to help, please contact Dr. Kirn, Ms. Channell, or Dr. Vaccarella.
Next week is the deadline for the Thanksgiving Food Drive sponsored by BOO.
If you would like to donate, please place items in either drop-box located in Eliades Hall- E320c or in Hamel Hall outside of the library.
We are still in need of the following items:
- Packaged cookies and treats
- Canned fruits
- Canned gravy or gravy mix
- Instant potatoes
If you know of a family (including your own) that is in need of assistance this Thanksgiving, please contact Sandra Kirkland to nominate them to receive a dinner.
If you would like to volunteer time to help organize and distribute food items, please contact Dr. Vaccarella, Dr. Kirn, or Ms. Channell for information on how to help!
Thank you for your support!
Please help the Beta Omicron Omicron Chapter give back to the John Tyler community this holiday season by collecting canned and non-perishable food items for deserving JTCC families.
The food drive will run through Monday, November 18th. The drop-off location is outside of Dr. Vaccarella’s office in Eliades Hall- E320c.
The following items are being collected:
- Canned vegetables and fruit
- Instant potatoes
- Boxed stuffing
- Packaged cookies/treats
- Canned or packaged gravy
- Other staple holiday food items
If you know of a deserving family (including your own) that you would like to nominate, please contact Sandra Kirkland at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Our next PTK Officers meeting is Thursday, 10/24 at 4:00 in Eliades Hall, E301. While we call it an officers meeting, it is for ALL MEMBERS. I know many of you who have recently joined are anxious to get involved. This is your chance. We will be planning events for the remainder of the year and discussing what we’d like to do in the spring as well. Please come by and help us!! You’ll also be able to meet our newest PTK faculty adviser, Ms. Molli Channell, who is a research librarian and technology guru at the Midlo library! Email me [Dr. Kirn, email@example.com] if you have any questions. See you there!
During the first few weeks of November, PTK will be collecting canned food items to help provide a Thanksgiving dinner for the families of one or more needy John Tyler students. The collection box will be outside Dr. Vaccarella’s office in Eliades Hall–E320C. Among the items you can bring are canned vegetables, boxes of stuffing, canned fruit, boxes of cookies, potatoes or instant potatoes, and gravy packets or canned gravy. Last year a local business donated the turkies and we hope that will happen again. More information will be posted at the end of this week. Please participate and help the families of fellow students.
On Tuesday, October 8th, from 9 AM – 1:30 PM, PTK will have a table on the second floor of Eliades Hall (opposite the Art Club pizza sale) to collect supplies to send to our troops in Afghanistan. The items that are particularly needed are toothpaste, toiletries, and baby wipes. Also, there will be art supplies at the table for you to make a CARD for the troops. If you can help staff the table, even for a half hour, please contact April Painter at firstname.lastname@example.org. If you cannot, be sure to drop off your items for the troops. You know they will be appreciated!
It’s back – and radder than ever! Volunteers (ages 16+) are needed to spread color and joy at the Color Me Rad 5K race @ Kings Dominion Doswell VA, benefiting Special Olympics Virginia!
For each volunteer recruited, Special Olympics Virginia will be awarded $100 from our friends at Color Me Rad.
All volunteers will receive a T-shirt and some rad sunglasses.
Everyone at JTCC who is interested is invited to join with PTK Tau Rho and Beta Omicron Omicron members who will be volunteering as a group on Saturday, September 28th from 7am-12pm for the race!
Sign-Up ASAP at the link below or contact PTK Tau Rho President Alayna LaRocca for more information: email@example.com
MORE INFO AVAILABLE ON FACEBOOK : https://www.facebook.com/#!/events/330555627079595/
We will need all of you to register to volunteer for Color Me Rad Richmond (Special Olympics) on the following site:
The Bloodmobile will be at the Midlothian campus on Wednesday, 10/2 and Thursday, 10/3 from 1:00-4:00 PM each day. Please plan to stop by and give blood on on one of those days! Walk-ins are welcome, but there will also be a sign-up table in front of the library entrance on 9/26, 9/27, and 10/1.