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Brown Bag with President Ross

Brown Bag flyer 2013 p1
Brown Bag flyer 2013 p2

 

During the Holiday party at the President's House in December, 2012, names were drawn for the “Brown Bag” lunch on Tuesday, April 9 from 12 p.m.-1 p.m. in Conference Room A of the C.D. Spangler Building. 

The names of the individuals who will brown bag with President Ross on April 9, 2013 are as follows.

 

Sue Carpenter – Office of the Secretary

Douglass Davis – IT

Steven Hopper – IT

Mark Laing – IT

LaShaunda Shaw – NCSEAA

Chiu-Yi Lin – NCCIU

 

 

 


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During the 2012 Spring BBQ Picnic held at UNC CSLD on May 10, there were 2 sets of 6 names drawn to “brown bag” with President Ross on two separate dates.  The first one is on Wednesday, August 1, 2012 and the other one is on Thursday, December 6, 2012.  Both are from 12:30 p.m. to 1:30 p.m. and will be held in the Conference Room C of the C.D. Spangler, Jr. Building.

The names of the individuals who will brown bag with President Ross on August 1 are as follows.

Donna Murison
Robbie Schultz
Courtney Thornton
Melanie Holden
Myron Burney
Chris Pham

The names of the individuals who will brown bag with President Ross on December 6 are as follows.

Sharon Grubb
Jeff Henderson
Michele Goldston
Dave Walser
Charles Graham
Steve Price

 

 

 

Coupon Ambassadors Project

Thank you for not throwing out unused manufacturer's coupons!

 

Coupon collection flyer with an update contribution amount for 2012:

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Coupon collection flyer with an update contribution amount for 2011:

Coupon Ambassadors Project Flyer


 On behalf of the UNC-GA Staff Forum and Staff Relations Committee, thank you sincerely for your enthusiastic and generous support of our coupon collection effort on behalf of our service men and women at Ramstein Air Base in Germany. We received a huge number of coupons in 2011. UNC’s combined effort provided $262,351 in coupons. We truly could not accomplish such success without your support and generosity.

We urge you to continue supporting the effort. We accept manufacturer’s coupons, both unused and expired by no more than 60 days. Every coupon counts, and our military personnel and their families stationed in Germany will greatly appreciate it.

By the way, if you see a coin collection box in your work area, we urge you to drop into it any loose change you may have. It will be used towards offsetting the shipping cost of the large volume of coupons to Germany.

Please feel free to post the flyer shown above throughout your work area as an encouragement and a reminder. Obtain here a PDF file for printing.

                – Felicia 
                    Chair, UNC-GA Staff Forum Staff Relations Committee
                    [Monday, March 12, 2012]


Communities in Schools

 Book, Diploma and pencil

 

Do you have a few hours to spare? You could be a part of a program that served 100,000+ students during the 2005-2006 school year.

Communities in Schools(CIS)

  • Helps kids stay in school and prepare for life
  • Is the connector, bringing a team of caring adults into the school building to help kids prepare for life
  • Is the solution to student underachievement; our school dropout problem requires a committment from all community members, parents, social service providers, businesses, civic organizations, local government, and educators
  • Brings resources, services, business partners, parents, and volunteers into our public schools and after-school sites across North Carolina
  • Operates in 39 counties across North Carolina, including Orange, Durham, Wake and Buncombe Counties

County programs offer a variety of volunteer opportunities, such as:

  • Traditional mentoring/tutoring
  • Job shadowing
  • Career fair speakers
  • Weekend backpack programs

You can choose the amount of time you want to give to the program.

View a list of county programs at http://www.cisnc.org/code/county/loccontact.htm.


Past Public Service Events

(most recent first)


2012 UNC-GA “Have a Heart” Food Drive

Thank you!

On behalf of the UNC-GA Staff Forum and Staff Relations Committee, we would like to express our heartfelt appreciation for your generosity in supporting our UNC UNC-GA “Have a Heart” Food Drive during the month of February.  Together we have collected over 400 pounds of food.  All of your gracious donations were delivered on Thursday, March 1 to the Food Bank of Central and Eastern North Carolina in Durham, NC.  Thanks for all of your great effort in fighting hunger in North Carolina.

                – Felicia 
                    Chair, UNC-GA Staff Forum Staff Relations Committee
                    [Monday, March 5, 2012]
             

Feb 2012 Have a Heart campaign flyer


2011 Holiday Community Service Project

Thank you!

On behalf of the UNC-GA Staff Forum and Staff Relations Committee, I express our deepest appreciation for staff members' gracious support and generosity in making our holiday community service project a huge success. The wish lists of four of our adopted families have been fulfilled and all of the donated gift items were delivered on Friday to a designated warehouse of Salvation Army of Durham, Orange, and Person Counties. Your generous donations will bring a lot of joy to our four adopted families.

                – Felicia 
                    Staff Relations Committee of the UNC-GA Staff Forum
                    [Monday, December 12, 2011]

 

2011 Holiday Community Project Flyer

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November 9, 2011: An Evening with Five Presidents

Staff members are invited to participate in special activities preceding "An Evening with Five Presidents" on Wednesday, November 9, 2011. Plan to gather with your colleagues at 5 o’clock in the Lobby of the Spangler Center and go for dinner at a nearby restaurant. At 6:15 p.m., shuttle service will be available from the Spangler Center to Memorial Hall, where staff seating has been reserved. Shuttles will return to the Spangler Center when the event concludes at approximately 8:30 p.m.

    [From University News: "This year marks the 40th anniversary of legislation that brought all 16 of the state’s public universities into the University of North Carolina. For the first time ever, all five Presidents who have led the UNC system since that 1971 restructuring will come together next month to discuss the rewards and challenges of leading UNC. Former North Carolina Governor Jim Holshouser will lead this candid conversation with UNC Presidents emeriti William Friday, C.D. Spangler, Molly Broad, and Erskine Bowles and current President Tom Ross. An Evening with Five Presidents takes place on Wednesday, November 9 at 7 p.m. in Memorial Hall on the UNC-Chapel Hill campus. The event is free and open to the public."]


April 2011 Tornado Relief

April 2011 Tornado Relief


March 2011 Guinness Book Food Drive NCSSM

March 2011 Guinness Book Food Drive NCSSM


2009 Thanksgiving Food Drive

Food Drive Collection Results