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Agenda for February 17, 2014

Order of Business

  1. Call to Order
  2. Guest Speakers
    1. Tristan Codner: American Cancer Society Relay for Life
    2. Ian Tanner: Director of Meal Plans
  3. Roll Call
  4. Approval of the Minutes & Agenda
  5. Executive Business
    1. President’s Report
    2. Executive Vice President’s Report
    3. VP for Financial Affairs Report
    4. VP for University Affairs Report
    5. Parliamentarian’s Report
    6. Committee Chair Reports
      1.                                                               i.      Chair of Student Life Report
      2.                                                             ii.      Chair of Academic Affairs Report
      3.                                                           iii.      Chair of University Affairs Report
      4.                                                           iv.      Chair of Financial Affairs Report
    7. Ad Hoc Committee Report
  6. Unfinished Business
  7. New Business
    1. A Bill (SB S 2013-02)
    2. An Amendment (Constitution Art 6 Sec 3)
  8. Gallery Remarks
  9. Advisors’ Remarks
  10. Members’ Remarks
  11. Announcements
  12. Adjournment

President’s Report

–          2014 SGA Elections Update:

  • The Elections Board is being finalized.  Once the commissioner is chosen, the Board will be in charge of all Election-related matters.
  • For those of you who wish to run for a position for the 2014-2015 academic school year, please be sure to read the By-Laws concerning SGA Elections so that you know and understand the election process.
  • ONLINE VOTING. This year, Student Activities is looking into online voting for SGA elections (similar to Homecoming voting last fall)
  • Stay tuned for more elections updates!

–          SGA Spring Project

  • Slavens, Luke and I met with David Ewing from the Grounds Dept. We talked about possible services projects on campus for SGA to do. The University Affairs committee has been tossing around some ideas; here is a list of possible projects:
    • SGA garden space: located on campus just outside of Christman Dining. Grounds would provide mulch, etc so we can beautify this area.
    • Repainting Penguin fire-hydrants (looking to get support from other organizations)
    • Weeding, planting flowers on campus (only problem we would run into is weather)
    • Representatives: if anyone has ideas for a Spring Project (preferably ON campus) let Luke know!

–          Beeghly Center Student Lounge

  • I have been receiving a lot of concerns about Beeghly Center and the lack of a student lounge. The only seating for students in this building (besides Athletic lounges for Athletes) is in the front of the building (small tables and chairs). Athletics Department is removing these tables to create more of a “basketball arena” atmosphere in the building.
  • Some facts about Beeghly Center
    • There are currently 385 Exercise Science majors and another 70 Physical Education majors that use Beeghly Center for classes daily.  In addition, many students take HPES activity classes in this building. The Exercise Science department (Chair, Faculty, Staff, etc) is completely nested here.
    • Our Exercise Science representatives have been notified and are currently coming up with a plan to address this situation. More information to come.

 

Executive Vice President’s Report

–          Last Lecture Series

  • Figured out place, time, and date: Cushwa, April 8th at 3:30pm. Have until March 21st to nominate.

–          Student Tab

  • Update
  • Ideas for first information

–          Academic Standards Committee Meeting

  • Problems with Excused Absence Policy
  • Change in summer add day
  • Going to discuss +/- grades

VP for Financial Affairs Report

 

VP for University Affairs Report

 

Chartwell’s Dining Updates:

  • Thank you to everyone who attended the meetings!
  • Three most often heard “complaints”
  • Bliss, Beeghly Hall and DeBartolo satellite possibilities
  • Concept and menu development will continue

Follow YSU Dining on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram

 

Ad Hoc  Committee Report

 

–          School visits are in the process!

–          Over 15 local high schools have been contacted so far.

–          SGA members are strongly encouraged to attend 1-2 school visits

–          I will have a sign-up sheet available at body and committee meetings

 

Confirmed School Dates:

Canfield: Friday February 28th @ 8:00am (assembly)

Springfield: Friday March 28th @ 9:00am

Howland: Wednesday April 9th @ 8:00am (classroom)

Youngstown Christian: Friday April 24th from 2:30-3:00 (assembly)

Struthers: Friday May 16th @ 8:00am (classroom)

East High: March 21st (classroom) time TBA

SB S 2014-02

 

February 17, 2014

 

A Bill

 

Making Appropriations for six organization(s)

Be it enacted by the Legislative Assembly of the Youngstown State University Student Government Association assembled, That the following sums are appropriated, out of any money in the Appropriations Fund not otherwise appropriated, for the fiscal year ending June 30, 2014, for the activities of student organizations, namely:

 

Section 1: Sigma Chi Fraternity is appropriated the sum of $275.00 to defray the cost of security for Aquacade which will be May 3rd, 2014. This event will be held in Beeghly Center. Over one hundred (100+) people are expected to attend.

 

Section 2: Chi Sigma Iota-Eta Chapter is appropriated the sum of $65.00 to defray the cost of the flight for the American Counseling Association 2014 Conference which will be March 27th through 30th, 2014. This event will be held in Honolulu, Hawaii. One (1) member is expected to attend.

 

Section 3: Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers is appropriated the sum of $100.00 to cover the cost of the Micromouse competition equipment for the Student Activities Conference which will be April 4th through 3rd, 2014. This event will be held at Rowan University in New Jersey. Twelve to sixteen (12-16) members are expected to attend.

 

Section 4: Pi Mu Epsilon Mathematical Honorary is appropriated the sum of $300.00 to defray the cost of catering for the PME Annual Awards Banquet which will be April 30th, 2014. This event will be held in the Cafaro Suite. One hundred and fifteen (115) people are expected to attend.

 

Section 5: Association for Women in Mathematics is appropriated the sum of $400.00 to defray the cost of catering for Sonia Kovalevsky Day which will be March 21st, 2014. This event will be held in Kilcawley Center. Eighty (80) people are expected to attend.

 

Section 6: Grow Youngstown Student Organization is appropriated the sum of $175.00 to defray the cost of shares for Farm to YSU: Local Foods for Students which will be April 8th & 22nd and May 6th & 20th, 2014. This event will be held near DeBartolo Hall. Thirty-five (35) people are expected to attend.

 

Student Life Committee Report Monday, February 10th, 2014

 

Caroline called the meeting to order at 4:03 PM

 

Taylor took role

Present: Caroline Standohar, Taylor Greathouse, Marie Adams, Samantha Burton, Mary Carchedi, Carolyn Carney, Justen Vrabel, Rebecca Banks, Jennifer Reghetti, Kendal Malsch, Kayla Richey

Excused Absences: Gabriella Gessler

Unexcused Absences:

Gallery: Ian Friend, Robert Melczak

Guest Speaker: Emily Wollet (YSU athletics)

 

On February 27th the YSU girls basketball team has a home game, tip off at 7:05. Student Life and Athletics will be working together to draw students to the game. It will be beach themed, there will be giveaways, food and games. From previous game Emily will be holding back some rally towels and t-shirts as part of the giveaways. This event will take place in the student section which is located right next to the band, thinking of making students sit here by giving things away only if in that section. The games and food will be held in the area that hosts the rummage sale. Student life has to come up with promo during timeouts. Emily asked if SGA wants to be on the video board?? To advertise SGA will make quarter sheets and pass them out along with posting about the event on all our social media sites.

1. Unfinished Business-

Women’s YSU basketball game – talked about above with our guest

SGA elections promotions- they will be electronic and it is our responsibility to advertise to the student body and get people to vote!

Meet the Reps- We will no longer be hosting a meet the reps for the spring semester.

Announcements

Adjournment

Caroline adjourned the meeting at 4:46PM

 

Academic Affairs Committee Report Monday, February 10th, 2014

 

  1. Roll Call at 4:02pm
    1. Present:
    1. Emily Andriko, Edgell, Howard, Kridler, Lamping,         Meditz, Pavlichich, Slavens, Yazvac, Leonard
    1. Absent:
    1. None
  • Excused:
    1. Nicole         Pavlichich (excused)
  • Guests:
    1. None
  • Last       Lecture
    1. Kilcawley        not available on March 25th or April 1st
    1. April         1st is Quest
    2. March         25th is too soon
    3. Cushwa         (Slavens checking in for availability)
  • New        tentative date is April 8th        (3:30pm)
  • Nomination        Deadline is the 21st of February (Friday)
  • Tab       for SGA in Banner
    1. Potentially        having a forum for student questions (MORE COMMUNICATION)
    2. Potential        Events page
    3. If        you have more Ideas please email Sean Meditz or Michael Slavens
  • Survey       Results
    1. 275        entries
    2. Possibly        putting the answers (summary) on SGA webpage
    3. IF put on the webpage, try taking a        poll with a simple “yes or no” question to narrow down focus group.
    4. We        have tried to extend library hours but for now the library cannot
  • Other
    1. Add/drop        date changing
  • Meeting       Adjourned at 5:04pm

 

 

University Affairs Committee Report Monday, February 10th, 2014

 

  1. Call to order at 4:04 p.m.
  2. Roll Call
    1. Present: Luke Politsky, Maxwell Gocala, Paige Rassega, Frank George, Mariah DeFuria, Zachary Hackett
    2. Not Present: Alyssa Olmi, Eric Shehadi, Andrew Reed, Joseph Mikolay, Jude Koury
  3. Old Business
    1. Finances and Facilities
    2. Technology
    3. University Development
    4. External Affairs
  4. New Business
    1. Dining Affairs Committee meeting

i.      Two meetings: Wednesday at 10 and Thursday at 3

ii.      1.5 pages of dining concerns from survey

  1. Wick Pollock Cleanup

i.      Bliss students used it as a hang out spot, so garden has been kept up

ii.      Moving forward onto another idea

  1. Student Government Area

i.      Area behind the bus stop, right off the bridge (over freeway), near dorms

ii.      Meeting with Dave from grounds to see what his ideas are

iii.      Want to get Dr. Dunn involved

iv.      University Affairs Committee would oversee this

  1. School visitation dates

i.      Springfield: March 28 at 9

ii.      Howland: April 9

iii.      Youngstown Christian: April 25 from 2:30-3

iv.      Struthers: May 15/ 16

v.      Canfield: date to follow

  1. Looking into mural being painted on the side of the R & S building with Student Art Association involvement
  2. Rumor arose stating that tables and chairs will be removed from atriums of Beeghly Center…more details to follow
  3. Announcements
  4. Adjournment

 

Financial Affairs Report Monday, February 10th, 2014

Charesse called the meeting to order at 4:00 PM.

Members Present: Charesse Hagan, Marissa Mraz, Amanda Socco, David Tamulonis, James Tancabel, Jordan Brlan, Melissa Wasser, Ashley Orr, Taylor Phillips, Marra Cercone

Members Absent: n/a

Members Excused: n/a

Guest(s) in Attendance: Cassandra Twoey- Jambar

 

4:10 PM

Organization Name: Sigma Chi Fraternity

Total Number of Members: 22

Contact Person: John Monroe

Contact Phone Number: 330-307-7659

Contact Email: jrmonroe@student.ysu.edu

Advisor: Tim White

Advisor’s Phone Number: 330-550-5991

Advisor’s Email: trwhite01@student.ysu.edu

What fundraising efforts has your organization recently put forth? What is being planned?: We are planning a poker night with our alumni to raise money. We are also planning on having a picnic style fundraiser where we sell hotdogs and other foods to raise money, done near Cafaro.

What community service has your organization participated in recently? What is being planned? Please be specific as to how many participate and if it is done on behalf of the organization.: We organized Derby Days which was a week of activities that sororities participated in, raising money for Huntsman Cancer Association. We have helped other organizations with their philanthropic events. Many brothers participate in Marios Mission and other charities of their choosing.

Name of Event: Aquacade

Date of Event: 05-03-2014

Location: Beeghley Swimming Pool

Expected Participation: Over 100 people

Total Cost of Event: Around $850

Description of Event: It is a daylong event where individuals and groups participate in water related activities. Such as Marco Polo, diving contests, relay races, and other fun and whacky events. All proceeds will go to our charity, and there will be sponsorship opportunities for companies and outside donors.

How will this event benefit YSU and the student body?: It will bring the student body closer together. Participating in activities will get them to converse with one another, and in participating in it they will be putting towards a good cause.

Itemized Cost:

Description Amount   Requested
Pool   Renting Fees $450
Security   Fees $300
   
  Total   $750

 

Member Abstentions (Members were not present in the room during voting): n/a

 

AMOUNT RECOMMENDED: $275.00 TO DEFRAY THE COST OF SECURITY

 

4:15 PM

Organization Name: Chi Sigma Iota-Eta Chapter (CSI-Eta Chapter)

Total Number of Members: 75

Contact Person: Kristen Campana

Contact Phone Number: (330) 718-7248

Contact Email: kmcampana01@my.ysu.edu

Advisor: Dr. Jake Protivnak

Advisor’s Phone Number: (330) 941-3257

Advisor’s Email: jjprotivnak@ysu.edu

What fundraising efforts has your organization recently put forth? What is being planned?: The Chi Sigma Iota-Eta Chapter has engaged in various avenues of fundraising. In the past, bake sales were held and monies collected were donated to a local charity of choice. This past Christmas, CSI-Eta Chapter members partnered with the YSU School Psychology Program. Together, we accumulated numerous children’s toys that were donated to a local church that was collecting Christmas gifts for underprivileged children. Once yearly, members engage in a phone-a-thon. This involves calling alumni as well as other individuals in the community, and asking for donations that go toward enhancing the YSU Counseling Program. In addition, the CSI-Eta Chapter holds various workshops throughout the year. Furthermore, the Eta Chapter creates and sells t-shirts once yearly. The t-shirts promote the YSU Counseling Program. Thus, essentially increasing YSU’s graduate enrollment. Also, each spring semester, CSI conducts an induction banquet for new Eta Chapter members. Additionally, honors cords are sold to graduating chapter members. The workshops, t-shirts, annual CSI banquet, and honors cords combined raise funds that are put toward the maintenance and enhancement of the Chi Sigma Iota-Eta Chapter.

What community service has your organization participated in recently? What is being planned? Please be specific as to how many participate and if it is done on behalf of the organization.: The Chi Sigma Iota-Eta Chapter has engaged in numerous types of community services in the past. Eta Chapter members have walked in the NAMI Walk, thus advocating for mental illness. Members have also aided in The PANDA Leaders Club, a local non-profit organization that encourages youth to make healthy and positive choices. Members have also engaged in Goodwill Mentoring programs. Furthermore, the Eta Chapter sponsored a Pajama Program, providing warm pajamas to children in need. Currently, members are planning to volunteer at the OH WOW! Children’s Museum in downtown Youngstown.

Name of Event: American Counseling Association 2014 Conference & Expo

Date of Event: 3/27/14-3/30/14

Location: Honolulu, Hawaii

Expected Participation: One Chi Sigma Iota-Eta Chapter member

Total Cost of Event: $1,750.00

Description of Event: The American Counseling Association (ACA) is a non-profit, professional and educational organization that is dedicated to the growth and enhancement of the counseling profession. The ACA is the world’s largest association that represents professional counselors in various practice settings. Each year, the ACA hold an annual conference. The conference encompasses various learning opportunities provided by counseling professionals all over the United States. In addition to this, the annual CSI day is incorporated into the conference schedule. Our chapter finds it crucial that at least one Eta Chapter member attend CSI day each year, so that in return, that individual(s) could then educate the rest of the Eta Chapter members on recent CSI related topics. In addition, CSI day includes an annual awards ceremony. This year, the Chi Sigma Iota-Eta Chapter will be presented with the 2013-2014 International, Outstanding Chapter Individual Program Award. This award is an absolute honor, and it would be a thrilling experience to be able to accept this award first handedly at the ACA conference in Honolulu, Hawaii.

How will this event benefit YSU and the student body?: As stated, the Chi Sigma Iota-Eta Chapter has been awarded the 2013-2014 International, Outstanding Chapter Individual Program Award. The Eta Chapter is unique to YSU. Thus essentially, YSU is receiving an international award. This award proves that the YSU Counseling Program is truly exceptional. Accepting this award first handedly at the ACA Conference and Expo in Honolulu, Hawaii would be supreme experience. In addition, having a YSU student attend a national conference would provide great publicity for YSU as well as speak volumes of YSU’s students’ dedication to education.

Itemized Cost:

Description Amount   Requested
Flight $950.00
Hotel $650.00
Transportation $30.00
Food $120.00
   
  Total   $1,750.00

 

Member Abstentions (Members were not present in the room during voting): n/a

 

AMOUNT RECOMMENDED: $65.00 TO DEFRAY THE COST OF THE FLIGHT

 

4:20 PM

Organization Name: IEEE

Total Number of Members: 50

Contact Person: Larry Frangos

Contact Phone Number: 330-518-7031

Contact Email: lnfrangos@student.ysu.edu

Advisor: Faramarz Mossayebi

Advisor’s Phone Number: 330-941-3014

Advisor’s Email: mossayebi@ieee.org

What fundraising efforts has your organization recently put forth? What is being planned?: During Fall 2013 we performed a fundraiser through T-shirt sales, and this semester we will be doing a candy bar fundraiser along with some sort of social event that will also raise funds. We are looking into either a cookout, or video game tournament at the moment.

What community service has your organization participated in recently? What is being planned? Please be specific as to how many participate and if it is done on behalf of the organization.: Upperclass members of IEEE hold tutoring and test preparation sessions for underclassmen, usually on a per request basis. Participation varies based on the availability of upperclassmen. As for future plans, we hope to implement an outreach effort to local high schools with the hope of inspiring students to move into STEM fields.

Name of Event: Student Activities Conference

Date of Event: April 4th-6th

Location: Rowan University – Glassboro, New Jersey

Expected Participation: 12-16 Students

Total Cost of Event: $640-$820, dependent upon how many students we bring to the conference. We are expecting to bring 16 students based on current interest, but this depends on funding.

Description of Event: The IEEE Student Activities Conference is an opportunity for members to network with industry professionals and academics in a broad range of electrical fields. Speeches given at the conference give participants valuable leadership training. A career fair is also held at the conference and is a great opportunity to connect YSU students with potential future employers. Competitions are also held which can bring academic prestige to Youngstown State University.

How will this event benefit YSU and the student body?: The leadership training provided at the conference will prepare YSU students for challenges they will face as engineers throughout their career. The training also instills in participants a sense of civic duty and a drive to improve ourselves and our colleagues as engineers, which will improve participation and dedication to YSU organizations. As previously stated, if YSU teams win competitions at the conference, that prestige will follow them back to YSU and reflect positively upon the university and our community.

Itemized Cost:

Description Amount   Requested
Registration   Costs for first 12 students $360
Registration   Costs per additional students (Possibly between 1 and 4) $60-$240
Hotel   accommodations for additional students $120
Funding   for Micromouse competition equipment $100
   
  Total   $640-$820

 

Member Abstentions (Members were not present in the room during voting): n/a

 

AMOUNT RECOMMENDED: $100.00 TO COVER THE COST OF THE MICROMOUSE COMPETITION EQUIPMENT

 

4:25 PM

Organization Name: PME Mathematical Honorary

Total Number of Members: 45

Contact Person: Daniel Catello

Contact Phone Number: 330-540-7320

Contact Email: dpcatello@gmail.com

Advisor: Dr. Angela Spalsbury, Dr. George Yates, Dr. Wakefield

Advisor’s Phone Number: 216-701-2642(Dr. S)

Advisor’s Email: aspalsbury@gmail.com

What fundraising efforts has your organization recently put forth? What is being planned?: Currently PME is fundraising by selling coffee and Gorant chocolate bars in the Math department. The honorary also sells YSU Math Department t-shirts at their events, such as Mathfest. Sponsorship of an American Red Cross Blood Drive occurs once a semester.

What community service has your organization participated in recently? What is being planned? Please be specific as to how many participate and if it is done on behalf of the organization.: All PME members participate in community service events hosted by the honorary! Each year PME hosts Mathfest, a math festival for high school students that includes informational sessions, talks, and activities that work to recruit students to YSU and to STEM majors! Likewise, Sonia Kovalevsky Day is also hosted in part by PME, this event advocates for woman in mathematics and focuses on encouraging high school girls from the area. Members volunteer by working the sessions and planning the day. Another volunteer project for this year is a Math Mentoring program with West Boulevard Elementary in Boardman. Members volunteer tutor the elementary students during the school day!

Name of Event: PME Annual Awards Banquet

Date of Event: April 30th

Location: Math Department, Cafaro Suite, Lincoln Building

Expected Participation: 115

Total Cost of Event: 700

Description of Event: PME uses this as an opportunity to bring all the members together in celebration of another successful year. Several student awards will be given out and graduating seniors will be recognized. All members and invited faculty will share in dinner together.

How will this event benefit YSU and the student body?: This event will benefit all the students in our organization and will encourage collaboration of the group next year as they pursue new activities and service projects for campus.

Itemized Cost:

Description Amount Requested
Chartwell’s Catering Dinner 700
   
  Total 700

 

Member Abstentions (Members were not present in the room during voting): Marissa Mraz, Ashley Orr, Jimmy Tancabel

 

AMOUNT RECOMMENDED: $300.00 TO DEFRAY THE COST OF CATERING (CHARTWELLS)

 

4:30 PM

Organization Name: AWM: Association For Woman in Mathematics

Total Number of Members: 25

Contact Person: Ashley Orr

Contact Phone Number: 330-509-1351

Contact Email: ashleyorr.usxx@gmail.com

Advisor: Dr. Angela Spalsbury

Advisor’s Phone Number: 216-701-2642(Dr. S)

Advisor’s Email: aspalsbury@gmail.com

What fundraising efforts has your organization recently put forth? What is being planned?: The Association For Woman in Mathematics is just getting on its feet this semester. Sponsorship of an American Red Cross Blood Drive is being planned along with aiding PME in chocolate sales and selling math tshirts at Sonia Kovalevsky Day.

What community service has your organization participated in recently? What is being planned? Please be specific as to how many participate and if it is done on behalf of the organization.: All AWM members participate in community service events hosted by the math department. Each year we volunteer at Mathfest, a math festival for high school students that includes informational sessions, talks, and activities that work to recruit students to YSU and to STEM majors! Likewise, Sonia Kovalevsky Day is a volunteer outreach, as this event advocates for woman in mathematics and focuses on encouraging high school girls from the area. Members volunteer by working the sessions and planning the day.

Name of Event: Sonia Kovalevsky Day

Date of Event: March 21st

Location: Kilcawley Center, various conference rooms and the Chestnut Room

Expected Participation: 80

Total Cost of Event: 2000

Description of Event: Sonia Kovalevsky Day is an event that advocates for woman to pursue mathematics or mathematical sciences. Reaching out to local high school females, AWM invites the young woman to campus for a day and immerses them in mathematics, whether it be through poster sessions, student lead workshops, or panels; we hope the students leave campus with renewed excitement for math and consider picking YSU for their study of mathematics.

How will this event benefit YSU and the student body?: This event will benefit all the students in our organization, YSU student volunteers, and all the high school ladies who participate. The event will ultimately try to inform all involved and promote YSU’s math department. Any YSU student is welcome to join us for any session.

Itemized Cost:

Description Amount   Requested
Security 100
Chartwell’s   Catering 800
   
  Total   900

 

Member Abstentions (Members were not present in the room during voting): Marissa Mraz, Ashley Orr, Jimmy Tancabel

 

AMOUNT RECOMMENDED: $400.00 TO DEFRAY THE COST OF CATERING (CHARTWELLS)

 

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Organization Name: Grow Youngstown Student Organization

Total Number of Members: 5

Contact Person: Sam Anderson

Contact Phone Number: (330) 727-2761

Contact Email: samparkanderson@gmail.com

Advisor: Amy Cossentino

Advisor’s Phone Number: (330) 941-4741

Advisor’s Email: alcossentino@ysu.edu

What fundraising efforts has your organization recently put forth? What is being planned?: We are a very new student organization. This is our first active semester. We have not been able to host any fundraising events.

What community service has your organization participated in recently? What is being planned? Please be specific as to how many participate and if it is done on behalf of the organization.: Our student organization is planning to participate in a local community service event called Planting Day. We are also going to have volunteer events that will help support Grow Youngstown’s projects like the community gardens, compost program, and the Farm to You program.

Name of Event: Farm to YSU: Local Foods for Students

Date of Event: April 8th and 22nd, May 6th and 20th

Location: Front of Debartolo

Expected Participation: about 35

Total Cost of Event: about $700.00 ($20 per student)

Description of Event: The Farm to YSU event will distribute pre-purchased shares of produce to members of the Grow Youngstown Student Organization who ordered the share. The share will consist of 4 to 5 items of locally grown produce. This is just any extension of the Farm to You program of Grow Youngstown. The shares will be packed at the Fellows Riverside Garden (another Farm to You location) and sent to YSU for students to pick up.

How will this event benefit YSU and the student body?: This event will help promote the consumption of healthy, local produce in the student body. One of YSU’s and Chartwells’ main objective is to promote student health through the consumption of heathy, local produce. By providing students a convenient way to acquire fresh produce that can be quickly cleaned and eaten on the go, the Grow Youngstown Student Organization hopes to help achieve this goal for YSU.

Itemized Cost:

Description Amount   Requested
35   shares of 4-5 items (about one pound for each item) $10   per share
   
  Total   $350.00

 

Member Abstentions (Members were not present in the room during voting): n/a

 

AMOUNT RECOMMENDED: $175.00 TO DEFRAY THE COST OF 35 SHARES

 

 

Voting Procedures

 

Charesse adjourned the meeting at 5:02 PM.

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