Eagle Scholar Volume 5 | Issue 14
Honors Junior a Truman Finalist
Auburn University junior Hallie Nelson has been named as a finalist for the prestigious Harry S. Truman scholarship. Read her full story on the Auburn homepage.
Honors College Film Series: Starfish Throwers
March 22 | Haley Center 3195 | 4-6 pm
A chef, a girl, and a retired school teacher’s efforts to feed the poor ignite a movement in the fight against hunger.
Scholarship preference will be given to Honors College Study and Travel trips. Use your scholarship money and go to Greece this fall!
SafeZone Speaker: March 20 | Haley Center 2370 | 7 pm
Lee County Youth Development Center – Science Experiments
LCYDC is a center for kids at risk, usually due to a rough home environment. The school houses, feeds, and teaches the students; however, the lessons are usually little more than worksheets. They never get to do any hands-on learning, but that’s where we come in! We provide hands-on learning that demonstrates core scientific principles.
This week, we will be building simple microphones. We need help to make sure all the kids stay at the same pace. Volunteers will mainly help with questions and troubleshooting for a class of around 12 students. The ages vary, but all are around high school age. Join us for an easy, fun science experiment that will provide a great learning experience for kids within the community!
*Please contact Joseph Anderson to sign up.
LCYDC Main Campus – Chanticleer Learning Center (CLC)
1109 Spring Drive
Opelika, AL 36801
(Third building on the right)
12:45 PM – 1:45 PM Friday, March 10th
Oak Park – Monday, March 6th
Oak Park – Thursday, March 9th
Contact: Bethany Burgess
New volunteers will need to contact Katherine Gamble.
Camp Good Grief
This week begins the group training session for returning group volunteers and newly trained volunteers. See the attached flyer for dates and times.
If you have any questions at all, please do not hesitate to contact our Hospice coordinator, Katherine Gamble.
Last modified: March 7, 2017