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February 12, 2018 Minutes

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Student Life:

Order of Business

  1. Roll Call
    1. Present: Jaylin Archie, Megan Jones, Sara O’Kane, Jenna Roesch, Nina Frattaroli, Olivia George, Sam Kulifay
    2. Absent: none
  2. Unfinished Business
  3. Old Business
    1. Meet the Reps
      1. STEM-DONE
      2. CLASS-DONE
      3. WCBA-DONE
      4. BCOE- Rescheduling to 2/21 from 11 AM – 1 PM
      5. HHS-DONE
      6. CCAC-DONE
      7. Grad-Paired with undergraduate colleges
    2. Election
      1. SGA Debate – March 22 @ 4 pm – 6 pm
        1. Set up
        2. Environmental concerns, food, etc.
    3. Marketing Video
      1. More filming today
    4. Federal Frenzy
      1. Bracelet Making
  4. New Business
    1. Crash Day – February 19, 8 – 10 AM @ WATTS
  • Rayann, Sara and Jaylin
    1. How to increase voter turn-out?
  • Informational tabling session
  • Marketing video!
  • Drive people to the polls in a golf cart
  1. Ideas/Discussion
  2. Adjournment

Academic Affairs:

Order of Business

YSU Town Hall

i. Thank you to everyone who attended!

ii. 130+ students, faculty, and staff in attendance

iii. Mayor Brown looks forward to continuing partnership – discussed

potentially having a roundtable with student leaders

Student Advisors

iv. Review Language – need reps from CLASS and CCAC- so consider

applying!!!!

v. Made several working edits to the document

Last Lecture

vi. Call for Nominations

1. Check your email to submit your recommendations

vii. Aiming for mid-March date

1. Week of March 19 th tentatively

Healthcare Resolution

viii. Review document

ix. We made working edits concerning internships, access to prescription

medications, e-visits, and electronic records

Spring Semester ideas

      1. Work on advising

Assessment and Enrichment:

Order of Business

Call to Order: 4:08 PM

  1. Roll Call:
    1. Absent:
  2. Old Business
  3. New business
    1. Informal questionnaire
      1. Tabling: Monday or Friday, 10:00-11:00 AM—ask Rayann to ask other SGA members
    2. Sustainability project: Y Cup
      1. Chartwell’s Meeting
        1. Green cup
          1. Use Chartwells and SGA logo with “Y cup”
          2. Silkletter, VistaPrint, InkHead
        2. Students pay for cost of cup
        3. Discount to be discussed
        4. Coffee stations only—including Dunkin (to gauge interest)
    3. NSSE Survey
      1. Emma on the YSU Snapchat on Feb. 22nd
        1. Send her any ideas
    4. Finals Week – Growth Mindset
      1. Positivity take one/leave one post-it notes
      2. Name for the week/catch phrase
        1. Week before finals week
      3. Engagement activities
        1. In Maag; food is a necessity
        2. Afternoon or Midday; change it each day
        3. Growth Mindset Coloring Pages
        4. Failure Chain
          1. 1st one is my failure—now how do I respond?
        5. If I knew I couldn’t fail, I would…
        6. Can we get social work students? Social workers, counseling students from BCOE, etc.
        7. Giveaway wristbands “Embrace the struggle”
        8. Make stress balls??
        9. Get a therapy dog from Akron Children’s—Isabel
        10. YSU Famous Failures
          1. Social Media: Write mini narrative with pictures
        11. The Power of “YET”
        12. Iceberg Illusion
        13. Mistakes are… expected, respected, inspected, corrected
        14. Symbolic “write it down and burn it”
          1. Advertise on social media
  4. Ideas/Discussion?

SGA: Financial Affairs Committee

Meeting Minutes

February 12th, 2018

Opening Remarks/Committee Updates:

  • Attendance
    • Present: Alexis Myers, Justin Shaughnessy, Carson Markley, Nakia Garver, Rocco Core, Josh Fromel, Mark Slavens, Dylan Anders
  • Absent: Ross Fabrizi

Meeting with Organizations:

Minority Education Assocation & Youngstown Student Education Association

Name of Event: Understanding Poverty

Event Date: 3/31/2018 Application Date: 1/26/2018

Location: McKay Auditorium-BCOE

Total Cost of Event: $3,089.6

Number of Members Attending: 125

Description of Event: This training will examine the sources and impact of poverty on families and communities, reveal hidden rules and norms of social, class, and supports addressing and solving generational poverty at the community level. This workshop particularly, will help students identify specific behaviors associated with each class and provide tools so that they have a better understanding and impact while engaging the community.

How will this event benefit YSU and the student body: This workshop will give YSU students, staff, faculty exposer to what it is going to be like working with individuals that live in poverty and how to address their unique set of needs. The workshop will also show the community that our teacher candidate are taking the necessary steps to become well rounded educators to best serve the students of the valley.

Itemized Cost: Presenter – $600.00
Lunch – Chick-Fil-A box lunch- $10.85 x 125= $1356.25
4 Gallons CFA Iced Tea- $6.15 x 4 = $24.60
4 Gallons CFA Lemonade- $12.50 x 4 = $50.00
Conference T-shirts- ($6.99 x 100) + ($9.99 x 25) = $948.75
Supplies (markers, masking tape, Post It easel pads) – $110.00
Total = 3089.60

Will you be charging admission? No

Fundraising: DONE- candy bar sale, Texas Roundhouse fundraisers, Yankee Candle sale, 31 gift Sale
PLANNING- Basket raffle, VE wine tasting

Community Service: -DONE – Upward bound Christmas party, Alta head start chrismas party, Panara-thon,
PLANNING – Warren-Harning High School Vs. East High School poetry slam, Read Across America, Cruising into Kindergarten at Eastwood Mall

Applying for future appropriations within this academic year: Yes

Contact Person: Levi Kunselman

Total Number of Members: YSEA 100 MEA 30 = 130

Recommend: Rocco $1,450 for food, $715 per org. Carson $1,315 from general fund and $300 from Chartwells for half of food and presenter.

Final: Carson $1,315 and $300 from Chartwells from general fund for food and presenter.

YSU Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE)

Name of Event: Student Activities Conference

Event Date: 4/6/2018- 4/8/2018 Application Date: 1/28/2018

Location: University of Pittsburgh

Total Cost of Event: $840 $935.53

Number of Members Attending: 14

Description of Event: The IEEE Region 2 Student Activities Conference, the largest IEEE student event of the year in the region, attracts over 250 of the best and brightest engineering students from over 25 universities in Southern New Jersey, Ohio, Pennsylvania, Northern Virginia, West Virginia, Maryland, Delaware and Washington D.C. Engineering students participate in a wide range of events from professional panels on the importance of professional organizations and diversity in the workplace to prize-driven competitions that focus on skills such as programming, circuit design, and ethics. (via http://ewh.ieee.org/reg/2/sac-18/index.html)

How will this event benefit YSU and the student body: As the largest IEEE student event of the year in the region, our attendees will be able to network with other students, and companies. Between the experience they will gain from competing in the variety of events to the people they will meet by attending this event, more opportunities will be created for them and other YSU students.

Itemized Cost: Gas: 3 cars x $15.76 = $47.28
Tolls: 3 cars x $7.75 = $23.25
Hotel: First 10 are free x $0.00 = $0.00
Hotel: 1 Room x $125.00 = $125.00
Registration per person (Early Bird): 10 people x $50= $500 $40.00 = $400.00 (Note: Early Registration Ends Feb. 4th this cost then increases by $10 a person)
Registration per person past first 10: 4 people x $60.00 = $240.00

Will you be charging admission? No

Fundraising: We are just finishing up a Handel’s Pint Card Fundraiser and are in the process of setting up a Chipotle Fundraiser for early March.

Community Service: * In November, in association with ACM and ACM-W we hosted a LAN Party event at no cost to YSU Students.
* We also cross-promote Hackathon events put on by YPH.
* Once we are in a more secure financial situation we plan on hosting an Arduino Workshop event.

Applying for future appropriations within this academic year: No

Contact Person: Kevin Yacucci

Total Number of Members: 25

Recommend: Rocco recommends all. Mark recommends $680 for hotel, registration, and gas. Carson $900 for registration, hotel, and gas.

Final: $900 for registration, hotel, and gas

YSU Hip Hop Team

Name of Event: Competition at Kalahari

Event Date: 4/20/2018 Application Date: 1/31/2018

Location: Sandusky Ohio

Total Cost of Event: $2,027.9

Number of Members Attending: 15

Description of Event: This is a national competition that will bring together a variety of dancers from different backgrounds and all age groups. The competition will take place on Sunday. We will be awarded and receive criticism after our performance.

How will this event benefit YSU and the student body: This competition will give us an opportunity to showcase the talent and new team that YSU has. It will give us a chance to recieve feedback from professionals and other dancers. We can use this input to teach students at YSU all about hip hop.

Itemized Cost: Hotel room (includes admission into park) for 2 nights $1,606.08
rental cars (total for all 3 cars) $421.82
Gas $240

Will you be charging admission? No

Fundraising: Currently: Handles Pint Cards and Daffins Candy bars, also Candy grams at Valentines Day
Previous: Sponsorship from local business, Chipotle takeover, raffle basket fundraiser, and candy bars

Community Service: work at Making Kids Count
volunteering with YSU police academy
Adopted a young girl for Christmas
Toys for Tots Drive
Volunteering at program with kids in need (Holiday)
helping run a state representatives campaign

Applying for future appropriations within this academic year: No

Contact Person: Christianna Goldner

Total Number of Members: 15

Recommend: Justin $1,400 for hotel.

Final: $1,400 for hotel.

Alexis abstained

Campus Crusade for Christ (Cru)

Name of Event: Spring Break Mission Trip

Event Date: 3/5/2018- 3/9/2018 3/4/2018-3/8/2018 Application Date: 2/2/2018

Location: Cleveland, OH

Total Cost of Event: $ 1,000

Number of Members Attending: 5

Description of Event: Students will volunteer in the community of Cleveland, Ohio by partnering with local organizations to care for and serve people. Students will also learn how to hear about what others believe and share what they believe by engaging in spiritual conversations.

How will this event benefit YSU and the student body: Students will become more

Itemized Cost: Hotel and Supplies: 5 people x $200 per person = $1,000.

Will you be charging admission? No

Fundraising: – We are planning a bake sale.

Community Service: – We are planning on having 5-10 members participate in the beautification of Youngstown.

Applying for future appropriations within this academic year: Unsure

Contact Person: Debra Fabian

Total Number of Members: 21

Recommend: Waiting for more information

Final:

Sigma Chi Fraternity

Name of Event: Roquacade

Event Date: 3/10/2018-3/11/2018 Application Date: 2/6/2018

Location: Suzie’s Dogs and Drafts

Total Cost of Event: $ 1,200

Number of Members Attending: 131

Description of Event: Roquacade is our third annual event this year. This is our big philanthropy event we have every Spring semester. All the proceeds we raise will go to the Huntsman Cancer Institute. We’ll be having live music, raffle baskets, and a restaurant take over hosted by Suzie’s.

How will this event benefit YSU and the student body: This event promotes Greek Life in a positive manner, and gives the YSU student body the opportunity for a fun night thrown all in the name of charity. The money raised goes to the Huntsman Cancer Institute to be used for developing new treatments for cancer. This event will also garner a lot of publicity, and put Greek Life in a positive light.

Itemized Cost: Hubbard Music: 1 (5) Piece drum set = $75
Market Solutions: T-Shirts 75 x $15 per shirt = 1,125

Will you be charging admission? No

Fundraising: Derby Days fall 2017, Sand which factory restaurant take over spring 2018.

Community Service: *Derby Days- Full chapter participation, raised funds for Huntsman Cancer Institute
*Sand which Factory restaurant take over- Full Chapter participation, raised money to pay off dues for chapter.

Applying for future appropriations within this academic year: Unsure

Contact Person: Thomas Almasy

Total Number of Members: 21

Recommend: Alexis $75 for drum rental

Final: $75 drum rental

Youngstown Student Education Association

Name of Event: Read Across America

Event Date: 3/14/2018 Application Date: 2/7/2018

Location: McKay Auditorium, BCOE

Total Cost of Event: $1,508.2 $3,846.81

Number of Members Attending: 120 students, 60 volunteers

Description of Event: Read Across America is an annual event that encourages literacy using the familiar and well-loved Dr. Suess characters and books. This event reaches 120 children. This event seeks to promote the love of reading to local students.

How will this event benefit YSU and the student body: Youngstown State University has been growing its relationship with the youth in the surrounding areas. Hosting this event continues to strengthen the bond between these two important influences in the Youngstown area. Read Across America is an annual event that local families as well as YSU students enjoy participating in. YSU students who volunteer at this event are role models and powerful examples of the importance of secondary education; even as young as these children are, they are able to see firsthand the incredible students, campus, and programs offered here at Youngstown State. YSU students who volunteer are able to connect with these students. developing personal relationships that can last long beyond the event. These students may one day attend YSU because of the positive experiences they have on campus, thus bringing their perspectives, beliefs, and knowledge into the student body, benefiting all YSU students.

Itemized Cost: T-Shirts (volunteer and participant) = 6.99 x 180 =1,258.20
General Supplies (face paint, construction paper, markers) = $100
Sheet Cake and Punch = $150

Books (5/child)= $1,365

Dr. Seuss Giveaways= $300

Youth T-shirts= (154 @ $6.99)= $1,076.46

Volunteer T-Shirts (60 @ $6.99, 10 @ $9.99)= $519.30

Cake, raspberry lemonade and water ($379.06, $223.50 and $29.58)

Supplies= $200

Will you be charging admission? No

Fundraising: We have completed a Yankee Candle and a Texas Roadhouse fundraiser to help defray the costs of Read Across America. We are currently setting up a basket raffle using donated items to purchase more books for the students to take home.

Community Service: Panerathon
– 10 members completed the walk which raises awareness for breast cancer
-Members have been attending this event for two years.
TCTC Mentoring Program
-Our members (15) reach out to the students in the Teacher Prep Program at TCTC to form relationships, answers questions, and provide a positive role model.
Cruisin into Kindergarten
-Our members (15) assist with this annual event at Eastwood Mall which helps prepare students entering into Kindergarten.
-Members help teach science centers, read stories, and cover Kindergarten specific skills, such as tying shoes, writing their names, and bus safety.
Upward Bound Christmas Party
-20 members aid in decorating for and hosting a party for the Upward Bound students, which come from lower socioeconomic situations.
-Members play games, do crafts, and bond with the students.
STEM Event
-This event, which is tentatively scheduled for Spring 2018, will focus on STEM activities at the middle school age. The goal for this event is to encourage active participation of the MCE/AYA majors and to give middle school students an interactive event to attend.

Applying for future appropriations within this academic year: Unsure

Contact Person: Robyn Minkewicz

Total Number of Members: 100

Recommend: Carson $1,100 for youth t-shirts

Final: $1,100 for youth t-shirts

Minority Education Association

Name of Event: Niagara Falls, NY – Underground Railroad Heritage Center Bus Trip

Event Date: 4/7/2018-7/7/2018 Application Date: 2/8/2018

Location: Niagara Falls, NY – Underground Railroad Heritage Center

Total Cost of Event: $2,350

Number of Members Attending: 40

Description of Event: The purpose of the trip is to provide students with a cultural immersion experience. The Niagara Falls region has significant historical associations with American Indians, early European exploration, the French and Indian War, the American Revolution, the War of 1812, and the Underground Railroad. The MEA will be bringing 40 Students to experience this and the other attractions Niagara Falls has to offer

How will this event benefit YSU and the student body: Students will be educated and informed about the City of Niagara Falls. They will learn and experience the rich local heritage associated with the Underground Railroad and Abolitionist movement, and to conserve and enhance the historic, cultural, economic and architectural resources of Niagara Falls.
The Niagara Falls Underground Railroad Heritage Center is scheduled to open in March 2018. It uncovers the wealth of places and stories associated with the Underground Railroad found within the City of Niagara Falls and surrounding region. The Heritage Center preserves the historic role of the people of Niagara Falls in facilitating freedom for the oppressed. The places and stories associated with this network of freedom seekers, free African Americans, and abolitionists evoke powerful themes in American history and celebrate the bravery of the men and women who risked their own lives to achieve the most basic rights of liberty

Itemized Cost: Bus $1800
Bus driver tip 150
Boxed lunches 400
Total $2350

Will you be charging admission? No

Fundraising: We will be holding a wine tasting at VE in Boardman, Candy bar sale

Community Service: Alta head start- tree of giving and Christmas party, Panera-Thon, Change Wars, Helped with the YSEA upward bound party

Applying for future appropriations within this academic year: Unsure

Contact Person: Levi Kunselman

Total Number of Members: 50

Recommend: Carson $1,600 for bus

Final: $1,600 for bus

Men’s Club Lacrosse

Name of Event: Lacrosse Game

Event Date: 4/7/2018 Application Date: 1/25/2018

Location: Stambaugh Staduim

Total Cost of Event: $420

Number of Members Attending: 25

Description of Event: Men’s Lacrosse game will begin at 1:00 p.m. at stambaugh staduim and go on for an estimated time of 3 hours against Allegany. It is asked that the field be available from 12:00 p.m. to 4 p.m. just in case. There will also be a need of a trainer during that time.

How will this event benefit YSU and the student body: Bring awareness to athletics and club sports. Also to help bring together the club sports community.

Itemized Cost: There will be three referees coming at a cost of $100 each, equaling $300. There will be a trainer for three of the hours for $35 an hour.

Will you be charging admission? Free to YSU student, $5 public admission

Fundraising: Restaurant takeovers and Raffles have been done to generate fundraising

Community Service: Planning on doing a Shootout for Soldiers come this summer to benefit veterans

Applying for future appropriations within this academic year: Yes

Contact Person: Ricky Koewacicg

Total Number of Members: 20

Recommend: Mark $300 for referees

Total: $300 for refs

Men’s Club Lacrosse

Name of Event: Home Game

Event Date: 4/14/2018 Application Date: 1/25/2018

Location: Stambaugh Stadium

Total Cost of Event: $400

Number of Members Attending: 25

Description of Event: Last home game of our 2018 season against Edinboro University Club Lacrosse team at 6:00 pm at Stambaugh Stadium

How will this event benefit YSU and the student body: By bringing attention to athletics, in particular that of club sports as well as getting other local universities involved with our programs here at YSU.

Itemized Cost: Referees @ $100 a game X 3 refs = $300
Athletic trainer @ $30 an hour X 3 hours = $100

Will you be charging admission? Free to YSU Students, $5 admissions otherwise

Fundraising: Local Restaurant takeovers and raffles to generate funding for the semester. Also semester dues were collected

Community Service: We plan on doing a Shootout for Soldiers event that involves raising money for local veterans

Applying for future appropriations within this academic year: Yes

Contact Person: Ricky Koewacich

Total Number of Members: 25

Recommend: Josh $300 for refs

Final: $300 for refs

Youngstown State Hip Hop Team

Name of Event: Competition In Cleveland

Event Date: 3/25/2018 Application Date: 1/26/2018

Location: Cleveland Ohio

Total Cost of Event: $350

Number of Members Attending: 15

Description of Event: This event is a national competition that will recognize and award amazing dancers based on their routines. It will be the teams first competition of the season. This a great way to put YSU on the collegiate dance team map.

How will this event benefit YSU and the student body: This event will give us an opportunity to perform in front of professionals, receive criticism and compete with others at a similar skill level. It can also help us bring back new techniques to improve our performance as well as teach others at YSU about hip hop.

Itemized Cost: 2 rental cars or vans: $275
Gas: $75

Will you be charging admission? No

Fundraising: Candy Bars, Candy grams, Chipotle Fundraiser, handles pint cards, Federal restaurant take out

Community Service: Wrapping diapers for children
teaching kids to dance at Making Kids Count
YCS Pen Pals
Planning on hosting dance clinic in April/March

Applying for future appropriations within this academic year: Yes

Contact Person: Christchianna Goldner

Total Number of Members: 15

Recommend: Carson $275 for rental cars

Final: $275 for rental cars

Alexis abstained

YSU Bass Team

Name of Event: FLW open

Event Date: 3/1/2018-2/7/2018 Application Date: 2/5/2018

Location: Kentucky lake, Tennessee

Total Cost of Event: $1,340

Number of Members Attending: 2

Description of Event: This event is the first FLW event of the year. This event is an open which means schools from all over the U.S can fish as long as they have college teams.

How will this event benefit YSU and the student body: This event will help the student body by not only giving current students something to follow on social media but also show the people of the fishing community that YSU has a bass club and possible recruit these people.

Itemized Cost: Hotel: 5 nights X $76 = $380
Gas: $650 @ average $2.50 a gallon
Food: $100
Boat oil: $50

Will you be charging admission? No

Fundraising: we have recently completed a Pepperoni roll sale and are currently doing a rod giveaway which is going on until the middle of March.

Community Service: We have recently been in contact with the ODNR about doing a habitat project. We are looking to have over 15 people participate in this event.
We are also planning to do a night shocking activity with the people of the ODNR to help with population control and overall well being of the local lakes. Up to 9 members participate due to lack of space on boats and available lakes.

Applying for future appropriations within this academic year: Yes

Contact Person: Jared Latone

Total Number of Members: 22

Recommend: Josh $750 for hotel and gas

Final: $750 for hotel and gas

YSU Bass Team

Name of Event: FLW regional qualifier

Event Date: 4/17/2018– 4/21/2018 Application Date: 2/5/2018

Location: Smith Mountain Lake, Virgina

Total Cost of Event: $2,480

Number of Members Attending: 6

Description of Event: This the the First regional qualifying event of the 2018 season

How will this event benefit YSU and the student body: This event will help the student body by giving them an insight to the club sports aspect if the college and also showing them that there is more to YSU student life then just going coming for class and going home. This can all be dine through our social media following.

Itemized Cost: Hotel: 250 a night x 4 nights = $1,000
Gas: $2.50 a gallon average for 3 trucks and boats = $1,200
Food:$100
Boat oil: $150 3 boats @$50 each
ramp fee: $30

Will you be charging admission? No

Fundraising: we have recently completed a Pepperoni roll sale and are currently doing a rod giveaway which is going on until the middle of March.

Community Service: We have recently been in contact with the ODNR about doing a habitat project. We are looking to have over 15 people participate in this event.
We are also planning to do a night shocking activity with the people of the ODNR to help with population control and overall well being of the local lakes. Up to 9 members participate due to lack of space on boats and available lakes.

Applying for future appropriations within this academic year: Unsure

Contact Person: Jared Latone

Total Number of Members: 22

Recommend: Carson $1,000 for hotel

Final: $1,000 for hotel

Bowling Club

Name of Event: American Heartland Intercollegiate Conference Championship

Event Date: 2/25/2018 Application Date: 2/6/2018

Location: Beavercreek, Ohio

Total Cost of Event: $ 244

Number of Members Attending: 5

Description of Event: The club will be competing in the conference championship bowling tournament

How will this event benefit YSU and the student body: This event will help show the quality of Youngstown State University students to the public. The members will be able to display respect, integrity, and their athletic ability. This will also benefit the students going on the trip by helping them learn responsibility, teamwork, and dedication. These then can be transferred to the Youngstown State campus where these attributes can spread across campus.

Itemized Cost: Hotel: (2 rooms, 1 night) 2 x 1 x $70 = $140
Rental Vehicle: 2 days x $52 per day = $104

Will you be charging admission? No

Fundraising: -The club ran a summer bowling league.
-Panda Express restaurant take-over on September 19th.
-Currently having a candy sale.
-Every Thursday the club runs brackets at a bowling league.
-BJ’s restaurant take-over on October 4th.
-A bowl-a-thon was held at the end of November.
-Pictures with Santa was on December 1st.
-Hosted a high school bowling tournament in December.

Community Service: *In the spring semester, several members participated in Crusin’ for Christian bowling charity for DSAV (Down Syndrome Association of the Valley).
*In July, a couple members worked a golf outing for DSAV.
*A couple members participated at the Buddy Walk in Niles.
*Team wrote Christmas Cards to a terminally ill child.
*Several members will also be participating in Guinathon this winter.

Applying for future appropriations within this academic year: Yes

Contact Person: Jordan Ustaszewski

Total Number of Members: 10

Recommend: Nakia $250 for hotel and rental vehicle

Final: $250 for hotel and rental vehicle

Bowling Club

Name of Event: USBC Collegiate Sectionals

Event Date: 3/9/2018 Application Date: 2/6/2018

Location: Smyrna, Tennessee

Total Cost of Event: $985

Number of Members Attending: 5

Description of Event: The members of the club will be competing in the individual sectionals tournament, attempting to qualify for nationals.

How will this event benefit YSU and the student body: This event will help show the quality of Youngstown State University students to the public. The members will be able to display respect, integrity, and their athletic ability. This will also benefit the students going on the trip by helping them learn responsibility, teamwork, and dedication. These then can be transferred to the Youngstown State campus where these attributes can spread across campus.

Itemized Cost: Entry Fee: $75 per person x 5 people = $375
Overnight Accommodation: 2 nights * $175 per night = $350
Rental Vehicle: 5 days * $52 per day = $260

Will you be charging admission? No

Fundraising: -The club ran a summer bowling league.
-Panda Express restaurant take-over on September 19th.
-Currently having a candy sale.
-Every Thursday the club runs brackets at a bowling league.
-BJ’s restaurant take-over on October 4th.
-A bowl-a-thon was held at the end of November.
-Pictures with Santa was on December 1st.
-Hosted a high school bowling tournament in December.

Community Service: *In the spring semester, several members participated in Crusin’ for Christian bowling charity for DSAV (Down Syndrome Association of the Valley).
*In July, a couple members worked a golf outing for DSAV.
*A couple members participated at the Buddy Walk in Niles.
*Team wrote Christmas Cards to a terminally ill child.
*Several members will also be participating in Guinathon this winter.

Applying for future appropriations within this academic year: No

Contact Person: Jordan Ustaszewski

Total Number of Members: 10

Recommend: Alexis $640 for overnight and entry fee

Final: $640 for overnight and entry fee