WAT All The Way!!!February 25th, 2012
Hi club members,
I hope everyone is A-ing their midterm. Just a reminder that our club will be having a meeting on Monday (2/27) @ 7 PM at Milam 019. We will continue to focus on the Wheel – A – Thon. Last time, members separate into different sub-committees for different aspects for the event. The different committees are the Recruitment Committee, Course Design Committee, Donation Committee, and Advisement Committee. Each committees have their own task and project, and in the end, all the committee will come together to create a successful Wheel – A – Thon. I will briefly describe what each committee does. The main goal of the Recruitment Committee will be recruiting different member so of the communities to be part of the Wheel – A – Thon. The Donation Committee is the committee that goes to various business and clubs and asks for support & donation. The Course Design Committee focus on creating the wheelchair obstacle course race. Lastly, the Advisement Committee is the committee that promotes the event through different recourse on campus and communities. Each committees is lead by different officers of clubs, for more information, please contact Annie Johnson @ firstname.lastname@example.org or your committee’s officers. Also if you haven’t done so please visit our Facebook page at http://www.facebook.com/home.php?#!/ptahclub or search OSU Pre-Therapy and Allied Health Club. If you are on Facebook, also visit the Wheel – A – Thon page at http://www.facebook.com/home.php?#!/events/140780536042939/ for more information and invite all your friends to our awesome event. More people help, more money we can raise to help IMPACT and MS Exercise Program. Finally, if you are interested in forming a team to join the Wheel – A – Thon, the Team Packet or the Application is under the Wheel – A – Thon tab at the blog or visit, http://blogs.oregonstate.edu/ptah/wheel-a-thon/. Recently, I was looking at the Barometer’s website and find an article about Wheel-A-Thon. The article was written couple years ago, but I think it bring out a good sense of what the Wheel – A – Thon is. So I strongly encourage everyone to read it, you can find the article here: http://www.dailybarometer.com/news/wheel-a-thon-offers-campus-community-a-different-perspective-1.2383750.
Last thing, if you are interested in being an officer for the club next year, please e-mail your resume and cover letter to our President, Sean O’Kelley at email@example.com and indicate which position who want to pursued. The resume and cover letter is due by Week 8. The due date is coming up very very soon, so hurry if you still want to apply. All the position of the club can be found on the PTAH Club Blog or at http://blogs.oregonstate.edu/ptah/about/officers/.
Thank You Everyone!!! And I Hope To See You ALL at Monday Meeting!!!