Two bake sales will occur in the lobby in the next 2 weeks. The first one, October 22 & 23 (4 pm – 9pm) is for the ISU Honors Council. The proceeds will be used to support the council’s activities. The second, October 29 & 30 (10 am – 2 pm) is for the ISU National Student Speech-Hearing-Language-Association (NSSHLA) and they are raising funds for a Spring Break trip to the Indianapolis School for the Deaf.
A group of students in a section of Communication 261 is conducting a Food Drive as part of their group project. They will have a bin, in the lobby, from October 28th to November 15th. The food will be donated to the Lighthouse Mission.
SPECIAL LIBRARY HOURS: The Library will be open Saturday, noon – 5
PARADE: We have approx. 20 library staffers and their children doing the parade and passing out our SMARTIES – We’re #67 in the lineup so that should put us about in the middle. Parade begins at 9am as usual.
TENT CITY: We’re in location 57 on the map. Stop by for some goodies.
Tent City opens at 11 but we’ll have people there setting up several hours earlier. Tent City closes down around 2:30 so people can head to the 3:05pm kick-off of ISU vs. Youngstown State.
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