Morris, Andrew am311606 at ohio.edu
Mon Nov 2 21:11:43 EST 2009

 Hi all

Here's the deal for the rest of service week:

Tomorrow (Tuesday) at 10:00 am to 1:00 pm we will be doing a project at West Elementary called "edible landfill".  It's a lot of fun and teaches the kiddos about waste and recycling and the like.  We will also be doing a little cleanup around the school.  Meet in the parking lot of West at around 9:50.  We could probably use a few more people here.

Wednesday: Same as above, except we'll be at East Elementary.

Wednesday 5:00 pm to 7:00 pm we will be passing out recycling info and doing a light bulb exchange around Athens.  We will give residents an energy-saving light bulb and they will give us a regular one.  Meet on College Green by the monument at 4:45.  The more the merrier!

Wednesday : Metal Cleaning.  Just like the weekly, but this time for Service Week hours.  One spot from 3:00 to 4:00 and two spots 4:00-5:00.

Thursday-- again, lightbulb exchange, same time, same place.  Again, no limit on spots.

Thursday and Friday night: 11:00 pm to 3:00 am.  We will be selling donuts and cider uptown, and maybe throwing in some "no-hands" donut eating contests for fun.  There are pretty much full.  We have one spot Friday 2:00 am to 3:00am... But feel free to stop by to hang out or buy some food if you wanna!
(---Donations: we could probably still use some donations of donuts or cider.  Just a few spots though.)

Saturday: The OU Habitat for Humanity Run for Cover 5K.  We need runners!  11:00 am at Ping. 2 hours for running, $15 includes a teeshirt. Tell your friends!  I will love you forever if you register and bring your friends too.

Additional important info:

  *   We are collecting aluminum cans to sell!  Bring us a nice large bag of cans and get a service week hour.
  *   We are waiting on further info from BBBS on a possible food landfill/Ridges day on Friday afternoon. Stay tuned.
  *   The Sierra Club is doing Mountainfest this week.  You'll get hours for going to events.  Again, stay tuned for more.

All of these spots are on a first-come first-serve basis, except the ones with unlimited spots (lightbulb exchange and 5K). Please let Erica or myself know if you need anything!


Andrew Morris

Alpha Phi Omega, National Service Week chair
Ohio University Habitat for Humanity, 5-K chair

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