October 19, 2008 Meeting Minutes
-Possible bluff hike this weekend- sign-up sheet was passed around.
-Next Meeting will be Nov. 2nd at 7pm in Cartwright 259. It's Day Light Savings so remember to "Fall Back an hour."
-Rotary Lights- Thursday, November 20th from 9:00am-3:00pm. Need at least 4-6 people each shift. Sign-up sheet went around.
-Join the ESG My Orgs site (http://uwlmyorgs.collegiatelink.net)
+Go to the website, log-in or sign-up
+Search for Eta Sigma Gamma
+Click "Join Organization" on the right side of the screen.
II. Exec Reports
+Salvation Army Bell Ringing on Nov. 22nd- More details to come.
+Please pay your dues as soon as possible. They were due at tonight's meeting, but only about half the people have paid.
-Karly- Senate update
+Will be voting on the Amethyst Initiative on Nov. 5th. The resolution encourages Chancellor Gow to sign the initiative which would like to rethink the legal drinking age. More details to come about forums and other things relating to the Amethyst Initiative.
+Appointed our final SAH senator. Our new senator is Andrea Palmer, a CHE major and member of ESG! Congrats, Andrea!
+Applications for initiation will be available on the website (http://www.uwlax.edu/EtaSigmaGamma/) by Wednesday, October 22nd. Applications will be due on November 10th.
-Date, Time, Location
+Sunday, December 7th
+11am-4pm (Including set up and tear down.) Invitations will say 12pm-3:30pm for family and guests.
+Petty Bone Resort
+Sign-up sheet for donations went around, contact Steph Smith if you didn't get a chance to sign up.
+Will send out a list of basket ideas
+Will also need donations like baskets, tissue paper, etc. for final assembly of the baskets.
+Will have music and masks
+Chancellor Gow isn't available on December 7th.
+Working on getting Dean Paula Knudson to attend.
IV. Nutrition Month- November
-Will make a cookbook to sell in Cartwright and other places before Thanksgiving and Christmas.
-Possibly sell it during Nov. 17-21 and the week before exams.
-All members should bring recipes to include in the cookbook.
+Design- Name will be Eat Something Good (goes along with the ESG initials). Cover will have a tree with roots coming out of some kind of healthy food.
+Printing and publishing- Will contact different printing/publishing places and find the best price. Plan to print at least 100 copies.
+Recipe Organization- Cookbook will have the following sections: Snacks, Appetizers, Soups/Salads, Main Courses, Desserts, Dorm Room Recipes, Professor's Favorites, Drinks, Stress Relievers, Substitutes, Glossary/Terms including Meat temperatures, measuring and conversions, and utensils/cookware.
+Faculty Contacts- Will work on contacting professors, Chancellor Gow, Dean Knudson, Ron Kind, the Co-Op, Res. Life, and a number of other "Famous" people to UW-L.
+Healthy Substitutions- Have a section in the cookbook for good ideas for healthy substitutes.
V. Fall Retreat
-November 8th from 11am-2pm.
-Will go over portfolios, resumes, CHES exams, speakers, and a social @ Dr. Rees' house with pizza.
-The first part of the retreat will focus on the CHES exam and then the rest of the retreat will apply to all health majors.