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October 9, 2017 Minutes

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SGA: Financial Affairs Committee

Meeting Agenda

October 9th, 2017

Opening Remarks/Committee Updates:

  • Club Sports Discussion
  • Info Sessions?
  • Attendance

Meeting with Organizations:

Event Appropriation Applications

YSU Student Chapter of the American Dental Hygienists’ Association

Name of Event: Ohio Dental Hygienists’ Association 94th Annual Session

Event Date: 11/3/17-11/5/17 Application Date: 9/28/17

Location: Columbus, OH

Total Cost of Event: $1,959.70

Number of Members Attending: Twenty-two senior dental hygiene students.

Description of Event: The Ohio Dental Hygienists’ Association (ODHA) Annual Session will be held from November 3-5, 2017 at the Hilton Columbus/Polaris in Columbus, OH. This conference is the most important opportunity for professional development during student enrollment in the dental hygiene program. During this weekend, the ODHA professional membership meets to convene the House of Delegates and policy is developed through proposed resolutions and bylaws changes. Informative Posters are also presented by students enrolled in dental hygiene programs. Awards are given for 1st, 2nd, and 3rd place from the 65-75 entries statewide. Student delegates and alternate delegates from each Ohio Dental Hygiene Program will be involved in reference committees, component discussions, Student House of Delegates and the First and Second House of Delegates. Students also attend a professional issues forum.

How will this event benefit YSU and the student body: This event benefits YSU and the student body through professional development, use of research for evidence based decision-making, community service and excellence in patient care. The Class of 2018 Officers of the YSU Student Chapter of the American Dental Hygienists’ Association represent YSU as student delegates and alternate delegates to the ODHA House of Delegates. The entire senior class will attend events on Saturday, November 4, 2017. The schedule includes: a reference committee discussion forum, exhibits informative poster presentations/judging, a professional issues forum and student awards ceremony. Furthermore, the dental hygiene students will network with other Ohio dental hygiene students about fundraising strategies and community service projects completed in other areas of Ohio. This knowledge will benefit the YSU patients that are treated in the Cushwa Hall Dental Hygiene Clinics as well as those served through community outreach.

Itemized Cost: Meals: 22 students x $31.29 per person = 688.50
Hotel: 2 hotel rooms x 2 nights (class officers) = $567.50
Travel: 5 cars $62.34 x 5 cars = $311.70
Printing Services: $42.00 + 350 (poster) = $350.00 $392

Fundraising: The primary source of fundraising for the dental hygiene program is the sale of toothbrushes and whitening strips to the community. These events occur throughout the academic year as organized by the class officers and all dental hygiene students participate.
October 17, 2017 – Toothbrush sale planned in Cushwa Hall
October 2017 – Whitestrips sale

Applying for future appropriations within this academic year: No

Contact Person: Diana Deehr

Total Number of Members: 45

Suggestions: Recommendation pending more information: Carson suggested $1,270.00 for everything but the food.

Moataz abstaining.

Decision: The suggested appropriation is $1,270 from the general fund to defray the cost of hotel, travel, and printing services baring more information from the students.

iPals

Name of Event: Cedar Point Halloween Trip

Event Date: 10/29/17 Application Date: 9/29/17

Location: Cedar Point, Sandusky, OH

Total Cost of Event: $3,052.50

Number of Members Attending: 65 Students

Description of Event: American Halloween culture is either fairly new or unheard of in other countries. IPals hopes that by using Cedar Point’s Halloweekends event, we can fully immerse the international exchange students in this unique holiday tradition. Students will get first-hand experience in the American tradition of Halloween while simultaneously touring the area outside of the university campus.

How will this event benefit YSU and the student body: This will enrich the international exchanges students’ experience of Youngstown State University, as well as Ohio and American culture. As per iPals mission, this event will also allow domestic students grow closer with our international students and increase international relationship for the students and the university.

Itemized Cost: 65 students x $42.00 per student = $2730.00
3 YSU 8-passenger vans x $108 $130 per van (by mileage) = $322.50 $390

Fundraising: We have recently successfully completed a bake sale. We are also planning a restaurant takeover with Pressed, and Cedar Point also has a volunteer opportunity that will allow our student organization to fundraise.

Community Service: Our most recent community service was with Oh Wow! in created a multilingual banner to greet visitors at the science center and at the Board of Education. We are planning to volunteer at Big Reach, who has supported us many times, in sorting food that can be given out to needing families.

Applying for future appropriations within this academic year: No

Contact Person: Rachel Mientkiewicz

Total Number of Members: 200

Suggestions: Justin suggested $1,750 for half of the tickets and vans.

Decision: The suggested appropriation is $1,750 from the general fund to defray the cost of tickets and vans.

Society for Industrial and Applied Mathematics

Name of Event: Joint Mathematics Meeting

Event Date: 1/10/18- 1/14/18 Application Date: 10/01/17

Location: San Diego, California

Total Cost of Event: $1,912

Number of Members Attending: 3 YSU students, 1 YSU faculty

Description of Event: 3 SIAM students are traveling to San Diego to present their research as a poster presentation. This work was conducted in the Spring semester.

How will this event benefit YSU and the student body: This event gives students the opportunity to present their work in a conference setting. It also lets the students represent YSU on a national academic level. In turn, this will promote students to further conduct research and present their findings at future conferences.

Itemized Cost: Embassy Suites Hotel: $160/night for 4 nights =$640
Round trip flight from PIT->SAN: $350/ticket, 3 tickets = $1050
Conference registration: $74/person, 3 people = $222

Fundraising: We are also applying for funding from the Dean and from the NSF to travel for this conference.

Community Service: -Oh WOW! Silly Science Sunday
-High school outreach events
We only had a few people volunteer at Oh WOW! because we were just getting started again as a group. We are planning on reaching out to local high schools to promote STEM. We will have as many students go to these events that can attend.

Applying for future appropriations within this academic year: Unsure

Contact Person: Natalie Halavick

Total Number of Members: 21

Suggestions: Montana suggested $1,161 for all of the plan expenses and half of registration.

Moataz abstaining.

Alexis suggested 1,300 for full plane and tickets.

Decision: The suggested appropriation is $1,300 from the general fund to defray the cost of plane tickets and registration.

Hospitality Management Society

Name of Event: New York Convention Trip

Event Date: 11/11/17 – 11/14/17 Application Date: 10/4/17

Location: New York City, NY

Total Cost of Event: $5,570

Number of Members Attending: 20 members are expected to attend

Description of Event: Members of HMS are traveling to NYC to attend the Hotel Extreme convention. This convention is an educational experience to give our members the resources to explore the hotel side of our industry and to start making connections in the professional world.

How will this event benefit YSU and the student body: Members of Hospitality Management Society will have the opportunity to network and gain insight to the hotel side of hospitality. As students of YSU, we will represent the University responsibly and professionally.

Itemized Cost: Admission to Convention, 20 members, $50 each = $1,000
Hotel stay, 5 rooms x 20 members, 3 nights = $3,480
Bus ride via Megabus, 20 passengers, roundtrip = $1,090

Fundraising: Spring 2017 HMS hosted a Beer and Wine tasting as a fundraiser and we are planning another one on Oct. 29th, 2017

Community Service: Oct. 1st, 2017- 4 members volunteered at the Rescue Mission
HMS will be registering for the upcoming Guinathon on Oct. 4th, 2017. We have a t-shirt fundraiser going on to raise money for the Guinathon and are planning to do another in December.

Applying for future appropriations within this academic year: Unsure

Contact Person: Bethany Ozanich

Total Number of Members: 22

Suggestions: Moataz abstaining.

Montana suggested 2,090 for admission and bus.

Decision: The suggested appropriation is $2,090 from the general fund to defray the cost of transportation and admission.

Youngstown Students Latino Organization

Name of Event: Rural and Small Town Immigration to Ohio: Transformation of the Social Landscape

Event Date: 10/20/17 Application Date: 10/4/17

Location: Youngstown Historical Center of Industry & Labor (aka Steel Musuem) 151 W. Wood Street

Total Cost of Event: $276.14

Number of Members Attending: 80

Description of Event: Please join us for a panel discussion with Jeff Stewart, coordinator of the Immigrant Worker Project at Centro San Jose in Canton, Ohio, as he discusses the struggle for justice and human dignity of the rural immigrant workers in Ohio.

How will this event benefit YSU and the student body: The Rural and Small Town Immigration to Ohio: Transformation of the Social Landscape event centers on providing the Youngstown State University community with a cultural immersion experience that provides insight into the issues regarding immigration within the nation as well as in the State of Ohio. This is an event which will provide any student, faculty, or staff within the various academic disciplines an opportunity to learn about the impact of immigration policies on rural workers within the Ohio region. Due to attending this event, students, faculty, and staff will be able to develop multicultural competency regarding issues faced within the Hispanic or Latino community pertaining to immigration through the act of hearing the first-hand accounts from panelist volunteers.

Itemized Cost: Speaker Fee: $100
Rental Fee: $75 includes security and fee for student worker to manage the Museum during the event.
Cookies: $3.74 per dozen cookies= 80 people X 3 cookies per person= 240 cookies= 20 dozen X $3.74= $74.80
Miniature cupcakes: $3.47 x 3 dozen= $11.22
Case of water (contains 35 bottles)= $8.98
Folgers coffee= $6.14

Fundraising: Cinco de Mayo Celebration (2017)- We conducted a fundraiser to help two local community agencies (Community Legal Aid) and (OCCHA) in the Mahoning Valley address the needs of the community in which it provides services (non-profit organizations). Most of our fundraising activities are conducted to help the community; however, we have had a fundraiser( Bake Sale) in the past to build upon our account for events. We will be doing a fundraiser soon within the next semester.

Community Service: MX Earthquake/PR Hurricane Relief Fund (2017)- We have raised $1,671 for the natural disasters that have occurred in Mexico and Puerto Rico all of our members (25) were involved in assisting us.
OCCHA Gala Fundraiser- Five volunteered to assist with hosting guests and other various activities.
OCCHA Three Kings Day (2016 and 2017)- Volunteered (3 members) to pass out gifts to children and assisted in the distribution of food.
International Students Coffee Hour (2016/2017)- We host a coffee hour for international students during Hispanic Heritage Month. Total number of members in the past who participated (5) and at the upcoming event is estimated around (6 or 7).
Supporting the DACA students: Vigil and Rock Painting (2017)- Illustrating support to students who may be identified as DACA on the campus. There were more than
Peru Disaster Relief Fundraiser- Seven members assisted in the event.
Hispanic Heritage Month events (2016/ 2017): Opening Ceremony, Rural and Small Town Immigration to Ohio, and Hispanic Heritage Month Celebration. (we usually have five or six members volunteer for each of these events).

Applying for future appropriations within this academic year: Yes

Contact Person: Catherine Cooper

Total Number of Members: 25

Suggestions: Moataz abstaining.

Mark suggested 300 from the general fund.

Decision: The suggested appropriation is $300 from the general fund to defray the cost of their event.

Alpha Psi Omega

Name of Event: Rocky Horror Picture Show Shadow Cast

Event Date: 11/4/17 – 11/5/17 Application Date: 10/5/17

Location: Chestnut Room

Total Cost of Event: $1,200 $1,300

Number of Members Attending: 200

Description of Event: The theatre honor society will be holding a showing of Rocky Horror Picture Show with our members acting out the show in front of the screen. There will be raffle baskets, games, etc. and it is an ysu student or 18+ Event. It will be a fundraiser for hearing aids and a sign language interpreter for the Ford Theatre and Spotlight productions.

How will this event benefit YSU and the student body It will benefit the student body and community by having a fun event that can bring in other campuses and people. It will also raise awareness and funds for the population with hearing loss.

Itemized Cost: $400 $500 – Rights for the movie
$150 – cleaning fees
$150 – security
$500 – raffle basket, games, and goody bags items

Fundraising: Bake sales, concession tables at productions, and this event.

Community Service: Working with the purple cat, Christmas caroling, working carnivals, student outreach, and face painting at schools

Applying for future appropriations within this academic year: Unsure

Contact Person: Megan Jones

Total Number of Members: 16

Suggestions: Moataz abstaining.

Montana suggested $650 for the rights and security.

Carson suggested $500.

Decision: The suggested appropriation is $500 from the general fund to defray the cost of their event.

Pi Mu Epsilon

Name of Event: 2018 YSU PME Regional Conference

Event Date: 2/24/17 Application Date: 10/5/17

Location: Youngstown State University

Total Cost of Event: $1,403.85

Number of Members Attending: 120

Description of Event: The Ohio Xi Chapter of Pi Mu Epsilon at Youngstown State University is holding its twentieth annual regional Student Paper Meeting. The conference serves as a training stage for sudent presentations that will be given at the MAA Section meetings. We invite students from approximately 40 colleges and universities within a 150-mile radius of YSU. In addition to the talks, we set up a room for graduate school recruitment and REU information as well as demonstrations of educational technology. The conference provides breakfast as well as a pizza lunch.

How will this event benefit YSU and the student body: The organization and planning for this conference is done by YSU undergraduate students, providing a valuable learning experience for dealing with administration at various levels. It also provides good experience in mathematical presentations for all of the students by sharing in the wonder and beauty of mathematics with students from other institutions. The conference also serves to promote the university and keep a twenty-year tradition alive.

Itemized Cost: Chartwells Catering (Breakfast): 100 people x $8.00 per person = $800 total
Belleria Pizza: 7 sheets x $25.45 and 6 sheets x $20.95 = $303.85 total
Groceries and supplies (soft drinks, cookies, chips, veggie trays, napkins, plates, cups, programs): $300 total

Fundraising: PME continually sells chocolate bars, T-shirts, coffee mugs, and coffee.

Community Service: PME recently participated in YSU MathFest on behalf of the organization on 10/5.
Some PME members participated in Oh WOW! Silly Science Sunday on 09/17.
We are planning to participate in the PME Regional Conference on 02/24.

Applying for future appropriations within this academic year: Unsure

Contact Person: Leah Bayer

Total Number of Members: 18

Suggestions: Montana suggested $800.00 for breakfast.

Moataz abstaining.

Decision: The suggested appropriation is $300 from chartwells, and $500 from the general fund to defray the cost of their breakfast.

ESPO (Emerging Scholars and Professional Organization of the Gerontological Society of America)

Name of Event: Leadership Panel and OAGE Workshop

Event Date: 11/7/17 Application Date: 10/6/17

Location: Kilcawley Center (request pending) Williamson Building

Total Cost of Event: $213.94

Number of Members Attending: 20-25

Description of Event: We are hosting a Leadership Panel and OAGE workshop where professionals come in and students can ask questions to learn more about different careers. The workshop is where ESPO will give information about OAGE, a conference next spring we present at. In this workshop we will give tips on how to apply, resume building, topics to present on, how to prepare, and more. This event should start around 2pm and end around 5-5:30pm.

How will this event benefit YSU and the student body: The organization and planning for this conference is done by YSU undergraduate students, providing a valuable learning experience for dealing with administration at various levels. It also provides good experience in mathematical presentations for all of the students by sharing in the wonder and beauty of mathematics with students from other institutions. The conference also serves to promote the university and keep a twenty-year tradition alive.

Itemized Cost: Lemonade (per person): $1.35 x 25 people = $33.75
Water (per person): $.29 x 25 people = $7.25
Coffee (per person): $1.39 x 20 people = $27.80
Cheese and Pepperoni Tray (serves 20): 1 tray= $55.99
Fruit Tray (serves 20): 1 tray= $55.99
Assortment of Cookies (per dozen): $8.29 x 4 (estimating about 2 cookies per person) = $33.16

Fundraising: We had a t-shirt fundraiser over the month of September. We want to plan a restaurant takeover for November or January.

Community Service September 22nd: We volunteered at the Strike a balance Walk-a-thon. There were about 5 volunteers. We helped set up, pass out water, give out stickers to show walkers’ progress, directed people to different events, and greeted people as they arrived.
October 5th: We had a Memory Cafe event at a local library where we had about 5 volunteers (that was all that was required).
Upcoming events: October 7th: Volunteer at the Walk to End Alzheimer’s. We will know more exact number of volunteers after the event
October 12th: We host a memory screening at Senior Independence. We provide a memory screening to anyone who comes and give them information about brain health.
November 1st: We are hosting another memory screening.
Applying for future appropriations within this academic year: Unsure

Contact Person: Nicole Balog

Total Number of Members: 18

Suggestions: Moataz abstaining.

Mark suggested $250.

Decision: The suggested appropriation is $250 from the general fund to defray the cost of their event.

Bowling Club

Name of Event: American Heartland Intercollegiate Conference Tournament 1

Event Date: 10/28/17 Application Date: 9/28/17

Location: Superbowl, Canton, Michigan

Total Cost of Event: $575

Number of Members Attending: 7

Description of Event: The bowling club will be competing in a one-day conference bowling tournaments against the other collegiate bowling teams in the conference.

How will this event benefit YSU and the student body: This tournament will help display the quality of Youngstown State University students to the public. This will also benefit the club members going on the trip by helping them learn responsibility and teamwork. These attributes then can be spread across the campus.

Itemized Cost: Entry fee: $125
Conference fee: $100
Hotel: 3 rooms x $50 per room per night = $150
Rental Vehicle: $200

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.

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.
*Last weekend, couple members participated at the Buddy Walk in Niles.
*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: 11

Suggestions: Moataz abstaining.

Montana suggested $300.

Decision: The suggested appropriation is $300 from the general fund to defray the cost of their event.

Bowling Club

Name of Event: American Heartland Intercollegiate Conference Tournament 2

Event Date: 10/29/17 Application Date: 9/28/17

Location: Superbowl, Canton, Michigan

Total Cost of Event: $475

Number of Members Attending: 7

Description of Event: The bowling club will be competing in a one-day conference bowling tournaments against the other collegiate bowling teams in the conference.

How will this event benefit YSU and the student body: This tournament will help display the quality of Youngstown State University students to the public. This will also benefit the club members going on the trip by helping them learn responsibility and teamwork. These attributes then can be spread across the campus.

Itemized Cost: Entry fee: $125
Conference fee: $100
Hotel: 3 rooms x $50 per room per night = $150
Rental Vehicle: $200

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.

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.
*Last weekend, couple members participated at the Buddy Walk in Niles.
*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: 11

Suggestions: Moataz abstaining.

Montana suggested $300.

Decision: The suggested appropriation is $300 from the general fund to defray the cost of their event.

Clay Target Club

Name of Event: 2017 SCTP College Nationals

Event Date: 10/28/17 Application Date: 9/29/17

Location: Cardinal Center Campground and shooting center, Marengo, Ohio

Total Cost of Event: $3,000.00 $4390.68

Number of Members Attending: 10 12

Description of Event: National Collegiate Clay Target Shoot. We will compete against schools from all over the country. Youngstown State will be the only university from Ohio Competing in this event

How will this event benefit YSU and the student body: This benefits Youngstown State because it expands the opportunity of YSU students to participate in shooting sports events against other collegiate teams across the United States

Itemized Cost: Entry fee: 20.00 x 15 12people = $240
Clay targets 200 birds: $80.00 x 15 12people $960
Ammo: 60.00 15 people 78.77 x12 people = $9454.24
Hoodie: $25.00 x 15 12 people = $360
Hat: $10:00 $12.00 x 15 12 people = $144
Coaches fee: $30.00 x 1 person
background check for coach: $12.00 x 1 person
Food: 35.00 per day x 2 days x 12 people = $840
Gas: not determined

Rental: 7 passenger van x $60 x 2 days = $120

Practice round: 10 per person x 12 people

Hotel: 781.55

Fundraising: We are planning a restaurant takeover and we are also planning to raffle sporting goods items.

Community Service: The club members helps out at E.O.C.C with the trap league. We also are planning to volunteer our time with youth shooting development programs.

Applying for future appropriations within this academic year: Yes

Contact Person: Nicholas Maxin

Total Number of Members: not available until October 1

Suggestions: Moataz abstaining.

Carson suggested 2,000.

Decision: The suggested appropriation is $2,000 from the general fund to defray the cost of conference fee, hotel, and vans.

ATTENDANCE:

Ross Fabrizi, Blake Veglia, and Josh Fromel were absent. Moataz Abdelrasoul (parliamentarian) attend. Quorum was met.

Monday, Oct 9th, 2017 4:00 PM

Academic Affairs

Order of Business

    1. Polling Transportation
      1. Review Survey
      2. Hours will be 4-6:30; polls close at 7
    2. TBA
      1. Classes for targeting
      2. Example of class data
      3. On Thursday, some members helped make a promotional video for TBA
    3. Last Lecture
      1. Four nominations so far: Dr. Binning, Dr. Frank Bosso, Atty. Ron Slipski, and Eddie Howard
      2. Chestnut Room Booked – will try to reserve Ohio Room
      3. November 13th at 4pm
    4. Cultural Competency Workshop
      1. Idea for reaching out to local schools and reading to kids
      2. Goal of finding and writing for grants; aiming for smaller grants

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Monday, Oct. 9th, 2017 4:00 PM

Assessment & Enrichment

Order of Business

Call to Order: 4:00pm

  1. Roll Call: Korinne Sackela, Lindsay Heldreth, Isabel Stoeber, Alicia Herman, Emma Kovacs, Dominic Lattanzio, Teddy Everett
    1. Absent: Kenna Rearick
  2. Old Business
    1. Donated school supplies in office to Summit Academy Elementary School of Warren
  3. New business
    1. Little Free Library
      1. Need member to spearhead
      2. Contact Elayne Bozick of Youngstown Rotary to discuss locations
      3. Student Organizations?
      4. Greek Life?
    2. YSU/Student ID Deals and Discounts
      1. Updated lists to Kenna
        1. After list is retrieved: update website, app and discount board
    3. Informal questionnaire
      1. Please respond to the survey to identify times available for tabling
      2. Review template & generate additions to template
      3. Cookies
    4. Parking Survey
      1. Need assistance in question and survey generation
      2. Safety
      3. Parking costs
      4. Parking availability
    5. Join our Guinathon team (YSU SGA)
      1. Dance Marathon on February 10th from 12-8
      2. $20 to become a dancer
    6. Puerto Rico donation drive
      1. Tomorrow (10/10) and Wednesday (10/11) in the lower arcade of Kilcawley
      2. Collecting: Diapers, baby food, batteries, first aid items, feminine hygiene products
      3. All donations will be given to Brookfield United Methodist Church whom will transport the donations to collection centers for disaster relief
    7. SGA Polos
      1. Sizes
    8. Last Lecture Nominations
      1. Email Rayann and Ernie with the professors name and the reason why you’re nominating them by 5PM tomorrow
  4. Ideas/Discussion?

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Adjournment: 4:41

Monday, October 9, 2017 4:00 PM

Student Life

Order of Business

  1. Roll Call
    1. Present: Sara O’Kane, Megan Jones, Sam Kulifay, Jenna Roesch, Nina Frattaroli, Allen Metz, Jaylin Archie
    2. Absent: Olivia George
  2. Unfinished Business
  3. Old Business
    1. Homecoming-October 28
      1. Tailgate space is booked
      2. Woo Crew partnership?
  • Special from Woo Crew
  • Email Alex Ulbricht and see if we can get Woo Crew credit; giveaways; Woo Crew members to help us out!
  • Sam Kulifay – bring Bluetooth speaker to tailgate
  • Coordinating: Sara, Nina Frattaroli with the food starting at 11:30 AM
  • Sign-up sheet for next meeting
  • Sara call Rick Love to check logistics of the tailgate passes
  • Donating extra food to the YSUPD officers working the tailgate
      1. Giveaways
  • Order adhesive wallets to use at other events, most likely will not be here in time
      1. Cater: Royal Oaks—Pick out food
  • Wings, pulled pork sliders, pasta, potatoes
  • Napkins, serving utensils, soda, water – get order to Lori so it can be approved
  • Figure out Sam’s Club order online and point person to go buy it
      1. Infographic
  • Details about time and location
  • Free food with students with YSU ID
  • Passing out to on campus residents (University Edge, Courtyards, SGA reps, Honors Phil)
      1. Sign up to be a penguin to break a world record!!
  • Link posted in FB group
  • 5 people signed up, 25 spots available
    1. Student Org Spotlight
      1. Nov 27-Dec 1
      2. Dec 4-8
      3. Two weeks open still! Squirrel Watching Club, Moot Court, Honors College, Woo Crew, Film Club
    2. Homecoming Event
      1. Coffee and Hot Chocolate
  • Chartwells ordered
      1. Tuesday Oct 24 from 9am-12pm
      2. Sign up sheet went around at last body – reminders will be coming by text
  1. New Business
    1. Debate in spring
      1. Met with Dom from the Edge
  • Co-Marketing opportunities
  • Give him some promotional materials for the student tailgate
  • Hub is still the best bet for debate format
  • Other events at The Edge: “Meet the Candidates” during election season, “Meet the Reps” event; events during move-in day next year (handing out water, cookout out back to welcome new residents),
    1. International Coffee Hour—December 1 @ YWCA 3 – 5 PM
      1. Food ideas?
      2. Presentation?
      3. Megan Jones ask her friend from Finland
      4. Appreciation basket for whoever helps us out on this!
  1. Ideas/Discussion
  • Last lecture nominations due 10/10
  • Polo sizes 😊😊😊😊😊
  1. Adjournment

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