Thursday, May 22, 2008

Comm Skills Races for the Cure

Comm. Skills runners
Getting ready to participate in Race for the Cure are, back row from left: Mary Bailor, Lisa Schneider, Frankie Hale, Deborah Bertsch, Angela Bruce, Don Bruce, and Anna Burrows. Front row: Nancy Kephart, John Havener. Team members not pictured: Judy Anderson, Maddie Anderson, Robert Boyer, Anne Ellis, Todd Jones, and Susan Moran.

Members of the Communication Skills department participated in the Komen Race for the Cure in downtown Columbus on May 17, joining more than 40,000 other Central Ohioans in raising money for breast-cancer research.  Communication Skills team members included Judy Anderson, Mary Bailor, Deborah Bertsch, Robert Boyer, Don Bruce, Anne Ellis, Frankie Hale, Nancy Kephart, Susan Moran, and Lisa Schneider, as well as their friends and family members. 

The Komen Columbus Affiliate, which has raised nearly $11 million since it began in 1993, ranks tenth out of 108 Susan G. Komen for the Cure affiliates around the nation and world in race participation.  The Communication Skills department was proud to participate in this year's 5-kilometer run/walk. 

 

 

 

 

 

woodwind artWoodwind Ensemble to perform May 27The Columbus State Woodwind Ensemble will perform a concert on Tuesday, May 27, at 4:30 p.m. in the TL-123 music room.  The 40-minute free program will feature the music of Palestrina, Mozart, Beethoven, John Philip Sousa and William Grant Still.  Director Thomas Lloyd will narrate the concert, giving insights into the composers and their works.  For more information, contact tlloyd@cscc.edu.

 

 

Arts Fest reminders:
All faculty should remind their students that most of the parking lots and the garage on campus will be charging $5 to park after 4 p.m. Friday, June 6 (all day for the garage and lot 11-S), and all day Saturday and Sunday, June 7 and 8, during the Columbus Arts Festival. The parking lots west of Cleveland Ave. will be reserved as free parking for students with a valid Spring Qtr. parking permit.  Employees are asked to pay the $5 fee in CSCC lots or to park free at Fort Hayes High School.
Many online students and others will be scheduled to take finals and make-up tests in the Testing Center on the days during the Festival, and faculty should make sure to remind them about the parking situation. If students do not have a valid Spring Quarter parking pass, they will have to pay $5 to park in a Columbus State lot.
The Festival will take place in the Discovery District, with many of the events and venues set up on our campus, including the music stages and other events in our 12-S parking lot.
The 12-S parking lot adjacent to the parking garage will be closed completely beginning Thursday morning (June 5) for Arts Fest setup. Students and employees needing handicapped parking will be able to park in lot 10-V, in front of Nestor Hall or 1E next to TL. Public Safety officers will be on campus checking for those who may need transportation from handicap areas to their destination.
Proceeds from the Arts Festival parking will go to the Columbus State Development Foundation for scholarships.