Wednesday, March 20, 2013

Annoucements - March 21

Sign up online for membership

Today's Speaker: Johnny Johnson (Railroad Engineer)

CUB Luncheon Location Has Changed
   CUB Luncheon is today at  PRWUA Provo River Water Users Association at 285 West 1100 North, Pleasant Grove.
   For more information about the next CUB luncheon, email Trevor Briggs

Field Trips (Freshmen need this)
   Waste Water Treatment Plant (Still space available as long as there are drivers for carpooling)
   Thursday, March 21st
   Leave at 2:30pm from behind Structure's Lab
   Sign up here!

   Hill Air Force Base (4 spots left)
   Friday, March 22nd
   Leave about noon and return about 5pm
   Sign ups are open! Sign up HERE!

Springville Float Build
Saturday, March 30, 2013
Time to Come later.
Help build the best float in the Parade!
Sign Up HERE!!

Closing Social 
   We want to hear what you would like your closing social to be like.
   All suggestions will be considered so think fun, new, innovative and big!
   To submit ideas please click here.

FE Exam Reviews this week:
   Thursday, March 21st, 4:00pm-5:00pm
   with Dr. Williams
   393 CB

Next week:
   Thursday, March 28th, 5:00pm-6:30pm
   Dr. Saito
   369 CB

   The Canstruction team emailed us and they need your help!
   "We need cans to win this competition and beat Utah State, who is hosting the competition.  Right now, we are short about 2000 cans."
   We Want to build the Provo Tabernacle and BEAT UTAH STATE!
   Even if you do not need service points, please donate at least one can.
   Deadline to donate cans for service is March 29th

Steel Bridge Testing
   Today, 3:00pm in the Structure's Lab.
   Come see the Steel Bridge in preparation for Rocky Mountain Conference.

Design for T-Shirt & Banner
   We are looking for design ideas for our Student Chapter Banner (2' x 6') and for t-shirts in the future.
   Please submit ideas and drawing to

Meeting for AREMA
   Next week. Email for more information.

GREEN Program - Renewable Sources
   Visit the GREEN Program's website to learn more about renewable energy sources and study abroad opportunities this summer.

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