Tuesday, September 29, 2015

Great Oogalie Boogolie Minutes

Greeting Earthlings, We come in peace from the island of POC
Serving you (with an ace) with the minutes for the week

If you want to help a fellow student with sustainability, check this quick survey out. It literally takes 30 seconds (I timed myself, 23 seconds dawwgs)
https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/PJF8JR6

We did some great community events this weekend! Thanks to everyone who helped out

Now (and later (like the candy)) are fast approaching, (like Usain Bolt fast) TRIPS

Friday 10/2
We have a boating and service trip. If you are going you have already gotten an email with the delirious details

Saturday 10/3
Crumpets of the day climbing trip is going out. You also, should have received an email about the Pacifi… I mean specifics
Students, faculty, and staff from members of the Higher Education Climate Consortium are invited to an East End Farming Day with Repair the World on October 3 (Saturday) from 9am until 12:30pm. Coffee and Lunch (Panera) will be provided! Please bring your own water/water bottle!

Transportation is provided for students and staff/faculty from Chatham, Pitt, and CMU. Bus pickup will be at the Museum of Natural History entrance on Forbes at 9am. Buses will return to the same location around 12:40pm.

Again, here are the details:
When:
Saturday, October 3rd, 2015, 9am-12:30pm
Where:
Meet at the Museum of Natural History entrance on Forbes (@9am)
What:
Volunteer at one of four community gardens (Enright Community Garden, Garfield Community Farm, Sheridan Avenue Orchard, or Pennley Place)

Sign up:
https://docs.google.com/forms/d/1qGB_CB3D9RccTT4HvTe2I0XC87UHbHfvht74QGwDOa0/viewform

Weekend of 10/10
So many 10in 10s, here (for an example, just take a look at me). We are going to Dolly Sods in West Virginia taking the Dolly Sods backpacking trip. This is an intermediate level trip. We will be traveling the beautiful nature of West Virginia (What a Place!) Sign up here.
https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/1AE_CmuHlSHfcZWWtwAXJSvAXNMTEiP3yKLcSyaIu5NM/edit?usp=sharing

Weekend of 10/17
We will be traveling to the vast valley land of the New River Gorge, WV. We will reach vistas, never before reached. This is a big climbing trip, SOOOO if you plan on climbing, you must learn how to belay. You can do this at the Pitt Rock Wall. Come when Matt or Grant are working Tues 4-7 or Thurs 4-7. If you can't make those come whenever we are open, Mon-Thurs 4-10, Fri 1-7, Saturday 1-6. Questions, email Matt at mmc102@pitt.edu
That's all for now all,
Peacizzle in the Frizzle,
ConCon the BonBon from SonLon Connor Martin