Rosalynn Gresham Continues to Overcome Adversity – Maybe You Can Help
It’s a story that proves the strength of the human spirit. Rosalynn Gresham, a 33-year-old Clayton State University student from Hampton, Ga., is continuing her studies, despite a medical condition that put her in the hospital last week, and will imperil her life if she cannot find a matching donor for a kidney transplant.
Gresham’s on-going struggle with lupus and, more recently, kidney failure, was profiled last month by WXIA-TV, in part because her Clayton State Criminal Justice professor, Dr. Sarah Stein, has volunteered to be tested as a match to donate the kidney Gresham needs to discontinue her three-times-a-week, for three hours and 15 minutes at a time, dialysis treatments.
However, life doesn’t stop during the testing process, either medically or scholastically, and Gresham had surgery last week for colitis. Nevertheless, undaunted, she’s back in class, making up the work she missed, and taking steps on her own. She has recently set up a website (http://www.giveforward.com/newlifenewbeginnings
) for the purpose of fundraising and to raise awareness for people to get tested to see if they are a match.
"This is an extreme case of trying to help a student, but if you can, you should," says Stein.
Diagnosed with lupus at the young age of 17, Gresham has battled the disease and its effects for almost half her life. She has been on dialysis since last January, alternating her time between the classroom and the hospital.
"She's extremely bright, she's extremely driven to do what she wants to do, and she has a zest for life that is unbelievable,” says Stein, who at age 29 is actually younger than her student. "I at least wanted to give her that hope that someone out there is trying, and I hope other people will try as well."
If there is any justice, in addition to that found in Stein’s classroom, they will.
Soccer This Weekend, Oct. 20, Oct. 21
The men’s and women’s soccer teams will play a doubleheader against USC Aiken on Saturday, Oct. 20 at Laker Field. The women’s game will start at 5 p.m., and the men at 7:30 p.m.
Then, the women will come right back on Sunday, Oct. 21, with a first-ever game against Georgia Gwinnett, a 4 p.m. start at Laker Field.
Tell Us Comment Drawing Winners
Congratulations to Lauren Holman (student) and Pam Barnes (Continuing Education)! They are the winners of the $25 Loch Shop Gift Card and the $25 LakerBucks deposit from the Tell Us card promotion in September.
Tell Us comment card boxes are available across campus, and you can submit feedback about your service experience at any office in any box. Comment cards are collected monthly and feedback is provided to the respective department.
Another Tell Us promotion will run during the month of November. Submit a Tell Us card and include your name and LakerID number to be eligible for a $25 Loch Shop gift card or a $25 LakerBucks deposit. Winners will be announced in early December.
Office of Community Standards Awarded Grant from Governor’s Office of Highway Safety
The Office of Community Standards (formerly the Office of Student Conduct) has been awarded a grant from the Governor’s Office of Highway Safety. The purpose of the GOHS grant is to provide alcohol and other drug education and prevention programs at Clayton State University.
The specific events have not yet been planned, but they will include programming for National Colligate Alcohol Awareness week and unplanned seat belt checks.
For more information, contact Ash Howard at email@example.com
, or Alicia Myrick at firstname.lastname@example.org
, (678) 466-5444.
Halloween Fall Festival at Laker Hall – Volunteers Needed
The Office of Orientation & New Student Programs in collaboration with Residence Life and AmeriCorps are looking for volunteers for the annual Halloween Fall Festival at Laker Hall on Wednesday, Oct. 24 at 6 p.m. – 8 p.m. Volunteers will serve as tour guides, man activities, and/or serve as greeters.
There are four (4) shifts available: 4:30 p.m. – 5:30 p.m., 5:30 p.m. – 6:30 p.m., 6:30 p.m. – 7:30 p.m., and 7:30 p.m. – 8:30 p.m.
If interested in volunteering please contact Darius Thomas at DariusThomas@clayton.edu
with your name and the shift you would like.
The Halloween Fall Festival at Laker Hall is an event open to the Clayton State community that provides a safe alternative for trick-or-treating. This event features a haunted suite, games, and trick-or-treating. Bring your boys, girls, infants, and toddlers. All children must be accompanied by adults. And kid friendly costumes are welcomed!
RSVP to attend the event at http://www.clayton.edu/orientation/events/festival
by 5 p.m. Monday, Oct. 22.
Clayton State Holding Recycled Athletic Shoe Drive
Do you have worn-out athletic shoes lying around? If so, you can donate them for recycling so they can have new life as a tennis court, a playground, or a basketball court.
The GoGreen Team at Clayton State University has placed a collection bin outside the LakerCard Center on the first floor of the James M. Baker University Center for used athletic shoe donations between Oct. 1 and Oct. 31.
GoGreen will accept any athletic shoes and any brand, but only athletics shoes – nothing with metal, no sandals or flip-flops, no cleats or dress shoes, and no wet or damp shoes.
Music Preparatory School Registration Continues
The Clayton State University Music Preparatory School would like to remind staff and students that registrations for non-credit music lessons and classes continues for Fall Session Two.
Registrations will be accepted after Oct. 20, but will incur a late fee. Call (678) 466-5600 to register.
Clayton State University Study Abroad Fair, Oct. 23
The Office of International Programs will hold its Annual Study Abroad Fair from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m., on Tuesday, Oct. 23, in the James M. Baker University Center on Main Street.
All students who would like to learn more about the possibility of studying abroad are invited to attend. The representatives include Clayton State faculty members who direct short-term study abroad programs worldwide and information on independent study abroad organizations. All study abroad programs make it possible for students to earn Clayton State academic credit while participating in a program abroad.
The study abroad fair is a chance for students to scope out all the many study abroad opportunities Clayton State has to offer in one great setting.
Come out and take part in the international dessert tasting. Meet faculty program directors and students who have studied abroad. Everyone will be eager to help students identify programs that best fit their majors or career interests. Dozens of options are available that allow students to find programs in their major areas of study, or they can explore options to earn credit toward Clayton State general elective requirements.
Students have an option of summer, semester or academic year programs that offer a variety of courses, such as a program offered in Spain for the summer, by the European Council; Korea in the summer, by Asian Council; or a program in Hungary, Georgia, India or France to study for a full semester, just to name a few.
The fair will feature voting for the Study Abroad Photo Contest. Make sure to vote for your fellow classmates who have entered the contest.
Individuals who attend the fair will learn about programs and financial aid and loan options that will allow study abroad trip to become a reality. Students who are not able to attend the fair can learn about the many options through the Office of International Programs website at http://www.clayton.edu/international-programs
The Study Abroad Fair is free and open to the public. For more information, send an email to email@example.com or call (678) 466-4092.
Study Abroad Fair Photo Competition, Oct. 23
The Office of International Programs (OIP) is sponsoring a Study Abroad Photo Competition with a $100 prize. For additional information log onto the OIP website: http://www.clayton.edu/international-programs
The Office of International Programs Study Abroad Fair & Photo Competition will be held on Tuesday, Oct. 23, on Main Street in the James M. Baker University Center, and in room 202, starting at 10 a.m., and ending at 3 p.m.
Spooked Around the World, Oct. 23
Campus Events Council presents, Spooked Around the World! Spooked Around the World is the cultural observance of Halloween. Join us as we celebrate how other cultures celebrate Halloween. Candy, Prizes and more! There will be a costume contest with first place $50, second place $25, and third place $15.
Sign-ups for the contest will be the day of the event; Oct. 23, from 11a.m. to 2 p.m. in the SAC Café.
Low Element Challenge Course Ribbon Cutting, Oct. 23
Are you looking for a team-building-type opportunity for your class, student group, or department? Do you find that you are in need of greater communication, trust, and cooperation within the group dynamic? If so, Clayton State University’s Department of Recreation & Wellness has an opportunity for you.
The Department of Recreation & Wellness is pleased to announce the unveiling of a Low Element Challenge Course. This outdoor facility will avail itself to the campus community as well as outside groups and corporations. Trust, communication, teambuilding and leadership are just a few of the skills that will be challenged and developed at the Low Element Course.
Outdoor teamwork-enrichment programs have increased in popularity and Clayton State’s Outdoor Adventure Program is thrilled to offer this exciting opportunity to the University community. Nicholas Kilburg, assistant director of Recreation & Wellness, was instrumental in the design of this facility which currently includes seven elements but will expand to 10 by the end of October.
“Our programs are uniquely created to give each participant and team an invaluable set of tools not only for personal growth, but also for professional development,” he says.
“The addition of the Low Element Challenge Course will enable our department to provide the opportunity to expand programming and experiential learning opportunities to students, classes, campus organizations, university staff, and faculty,” adds Cindy Lauer, director of Recreation & Wellness.
A ribbon cutting ceremony for the new facility will take place on Tuesday, Oct. 23 from 11 a.m. to noon and the campus community is invited to attend. Attendees should assemble at the back entrance of the SAC no later than 10:50 a.m., in order to be escorted to the challenge course location.
For further information, please contact Kilburg at (678) 466-4972 or email NicholasKilburg@clayton.edu
. Information can also be found at http://adminservices.clayton.edu/recwell/outdooradventure/
October Service Learning Series – Animal Rights, Oct. 24
The October Service Learning Series sponsored by the Clayton State University Department of Campus Life will focus on animal rights.
Do you believe zoos and aquariums are educational and promote conservation? Or do you believe they are cruel and unnecessary animal prisons? Dr. Joshua Parker, assistant professor of Biology (and Clayton State’s resident snake expert), will facilitate a discussion that will present both sides of the issue. The session will take place on Wednesday, Oct. 24 at noon in room 268 of the James M. Baker University Center. The discussion is open to all students, faculty, staff and the public who are interested expressing their views and opinions or would just like to listen.
Then, on Saturday, Oct. 27, Clayton State students will be volunteering at Zoo Atlanta’s annual Boo at the Zoo Halloween Festival. Participants will help create a merry but not very scary environment for children and their families to trick or treat. Participation for this event is limited to 35 and transportation will be available if requested. To register to participate on Saturday, please visit www.clayton.edu/campus-life/servicelearning/series
For additional information, contact LaShanda Hardin at (678) 466-5433 or firstname.lastname@example.org
“Do Our Rights Come From God?” The Next Talk in the Clayton State Philosophy Department’s Occasional Papers Series, Oct. 24
The Clayton State University Philosophy faculty invites Clayton State students, faculty, staff and the public to the next installment of the Occasional Papers series, featuring Clayton State Lecturer in Philosophy Dr. Aaron Dopf’s “Do Our Rights Come From God?”
Dopf’s talk will be held in room UC262 of the James M. Baker University Center, from 11 a.m. to noon on Wednesday, Oct. 24. The talk is free and open to the public.
As evidenced by the recent Republican convention and political debate, the notion that our rights come from God is a popular sentiment in modern American culture. But, what exactly does this slogan mean? This talk will address this question along with related ones regarding the philosophical and moral nature of rights.
“Education Under Fire,” Oct. 24
On Wednesday, Oct. 24, from 6:30 p.m. to 8:30 p.m., in the main building of Clayton State – East, the Fall 2012 Teacher Education Film Series will present, “Education Under Fire,” a film produced by Single Arrow Productions and co-sponsored by Amnesty International.
The 30-minute documentary profiles the growth, struggle, and inspiring spirit of the Baha´i Institute for Higher Education (BIHE). Baha´is in Iran have been subjected to systematic persecution, including arrests, torture, and execution simply for refusing to recant their beliefs.
Since the 1979 revolution, young Bahá’ís have not been allowed to attend any of Iran’s universities. Bahá’í academics that have themselves been barred from teaching professionally as a result of their religious beliefs started the BIHE in their homes and began educating Baha’i youth in living rooms and kitchens across Iran. The BIHE represents the only chance that Bahá’í youth have for higher education.
In May 2011, the government launched a coordinated attack against the BIHE–raiding dozens of homes, confiscating materials and detaining 18 professors and administrators. Seven of those arrested received four or five-year prison terms – their only crime: educating the youth in their community.
Fall Financial Awareness Seminar, Oct. 24
Are looking for a venue in which to showcase your department or organization’s financial awareness? The Nontraditional Student Organization Fall Awareness Seminar is just that!
Come showcase your department at the Nontraditional Student Organization Fall Financial Awareness Seminar on Wednesday, Oct. 24, from noon to 1p.m., in the Arts and Sciences Building, room G133, and from 5 p.m. to 6p.m., in the James M. Baker University Center, room 272. Light refreshments will be provided.
If you would like to participate in the Fall Financial Awareness Seminar please provide the following information via email.
v Name of your department or organization
v Would you like to present, hand out information or send information to be displayed on an information table at the seminar?
v Does your department or organization have tips or tricks to help Clayton State students, faculty and staff save money, manage money or reduce financial stress?
v Would your department like to provide giveaway items or prizes to introduce your department or organization?
v Would department like to feature a game or interactive activity with financial information?
If so, briefly describe.
For additional information please contact: Deidre Harrell, Nontraditional Student Organization president, at email@example.com
, or (678) 591-3552 or Chasity Lindsey, Nontraditional Student Organization, vice president, at firstname.lastname@example.org
Visiting Writer’s Reading Series to Feature Poet Amy Riddell, Oct. 25
Poet Amy Riddell will be the next reader in the Clayton State University Visiting Writer’s Reading Series (VWRS). She will be reading on Thursday, Oct. 25 at 6 p.m., in the Atrium of the Harry S. Downs Center.
In her first full-length volume of poetry, “Bullets in the Jewelry Box,” (FutureCycle Press, 2012) Riddell gives a true crime story, that of her Bluebeard-like father who went to prison for trying to murder his wife. From her attempts to understand her father’s odd brutalities (and love), to her own hard-won transcendence later in life, these poems offer tacit touchstones to healing.
Riddell's poems have appeared in journals such as Prairie Schooner, Blue Fifth Review, Prick of the Spindle, Birmingham Poetry Review, and ChickenPiñata.
Her chapbook “Narcissistic Injury” was published in 2009 by Pudding House. She lives with her husband and daughter in northwest Florida, where she teaches English at Northwest Florida State College. Riddell’s appearance at Clayton State is free and open to the public.
Clayton State University Health Services to Hold Awareness Fair, Oct. 25
Clayton State University’s University Health Services will have a fun-filled Awareness Fair for Clayton States students, faculty and staff on Thursday Oct. 25, from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. on Main Street in the James M. Baker University Center, outside both main entrances to the Baker Center, and at Laker Hall.
According to Dr. Julia Spinolo, UHS director, the theme for this year is, “Life’s A Roller Coaster… Have a Safe Ride.” The Awareness Fair will be filled with lots of fun, games, activities, give-a-ways, and life-long knowledge opportunities.
Reggie Smith, holistic health practitioner, radio/TV personality, and author from Queens, N.Y., will be the keynote speaker.
Smith, who has been HIV+ for more than 25 years, has initiated a national campaign, Wellness Awareness and Recovery, to diminish the stigma surrounding HIV and increase awareness about the unmet needs of U.S. families in this regard.
Smith will be speaking from noon to 1 p.m., in room UC327 of the James M. Baker University Center.
The Macbeth Challenge, Through Oct. 26
The Theatre Program’s fall production of Macbeth
is quickly approaching and we wanted you, the students, to be a part of this. So we’re holding a contest to see who can think outside the box when it comes to Macbeth
. We’re looking for your best sonnet, monologue and/or video based off of the themes of Macbeth including, but not limited to “power, lust, betrayal, and of course, murder”. So, sharpen your creative skills and have fun!
Prizes will be awarded in three categories (students may submit in more than one category): Sonnet, Monologue, Video
- All submissions must be in Times New Roman 12pt font, double-spaced.
- All pieces must be titled
Have a go at a Macbeth-themed sonnet. As a guideline for basic form, consider that sonnets are typically fourteen lines in length with a clear rhyme scheme (usually Petrarchean or Shakespearean) and there is often a kind of thematic division between the first eight lines (the octet) and the final six (the sestet). Here's a chance to have a little fun with literary history using a fabulous form. (There are examples online)
must be 200-400 words.
must be one to three minutes.
Your piece must be inspired by characters, themes or scenes in Shakespeare’s tragedy Macbeth.
Your piece need not be written in ‘Shakespeare speak’.
We encourage modern interpretations of the themes and characters from the play. Free copies of the play can be easily accessed on line.
Each submission must be accompanied by a cover letter with the student’s name and Laker ID and a short discussion of the piece submitted. It must explain the specific connection to the play (EXAMPLE: if you wrote a monologue about a kid in seventh grade, but used the theme of betrayal from the play, we would want to know that so we could see how it connected to the original play.) We’d also like to know how the play inspired your piece.
WINNERS and PRIZES:
Prizes can include tickets to shows, food coupons, etc. One winner will be chosen from each category. Prizes will be presented on three nights (one winner each night) during the run of Macbeth and the winner’s piece will be read or shown after the show that evening.
Outdoor Adventure – Caving, Oct. 26
- All submissions must be turned in to A&S G110 on Friday, Oct. 26.
- A box by the desk of Deborah Carey will be provided. Submission period ends at 5 p.m., on Oct. 26.
- A panel of judges will decide the winner in each category
- Prizes will be awarded after the show on three nights (dates to be determined)
- Macbeth runs Nov. 8, 9, 10 and 15, 16
The ultimate Spelunk-tacular Adventure. This overnight adventure begins as you enter the cave in the afternoon, not to emerge until the next morning. You will find out that fun and adventure “waits below” for you. For perfect temperature, no bugs, no rain, any-time-of-the-year camping, "What Waits Below" is ready for you. Breakfast is served in the ballroom known as the "Volcano Room.”
Destination: Cumberland Caverns, McMinnville, Tenn.
Date: Friday – Saturday, Oct. 26 and Oct. 27
Friday, Oct. 19
For more information, contact Nick Kilburg, assistant director of Recreation and Wellness, Outdoor Adventures, (678) 466-4972, email@example.com
Saturday Study Session, Oct. 27
Do you find it difficult to study at home because of distractions?
Do you find it helpful to have a designated time and place to study?
Are you unable to attend the Midnight Study Breaks but find it helpful to study on campus?
The Nontraditional Student Organization has an option for you!
Saturday, Oct. 27, from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m., we will be hosting a Saturday Study Session. Study individually, as a group, in the Center for Academic Success. Need a little solitude? No problem, individual study rooms will also be available.
Light refreshments will be served.
This is an Operation Study Event, so yes, there will be study bucks, and prizes!
You will study, meet new people and have fun at the same time!
Please contact Deidre Harrell via email, firstname.lastname@example.org
, if you plan to attend. Also, please inform us via email if you would you like to donate a snack item for the session.
The Grad Finale, Oct. 30, Oct. 31
Jostens will be at The Loch Shop taking orders from all perspective fall 2012 graduates whom are in need of any graduation regalia including, but not limited to, caps, gowns, tassels, announcements and more. The Grad Finale will be held on Tuesday, Oct. 30 and Wednesday, Oct. 31, from 11 a.m. to 7 p.m.
Village Photographers will also be available at The Loch Shop on those days to capture that proud moment as you prepare yourself for commencement. Caps and gowns will be made available for photos.
Loch Shop Halloween Costume Contest, Oct. 31
The Loch Shop invites all you Guys and Ghouls to come and scare the pants off of our judges for a chance to win a $50 Gift Card from The Loch Shop.
The competition, to be held on Wednesday, Oct. 31, from 11:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m., is open to all faculty, staff and students. Registration is from 11 a.m. to 11:30 a.m. at the Loch Shop.
First, second and third place prizes are available in Faculty/Staff and Student categories.
As always, there will be light refreshments available.
DRC Workforce Recruitment Program, Nov. 1
The Disability Resource Center’s Workforce Recruitment Program on Nov. 1 is a wonderful opportunity for students with disabilities who are looking for jobs or internships!
Interested? Please contact the Disability Resource Center at (678) 466-5445, for more information.
Priority will be given to students with disabilities registered with the Disability Resource Center, and to wounded warriors. Veterans who have disabilities are strongly encouraged to apply.
Zumba Party, Nov. 1
Get ready to dance those calories away! On Thursday, Nov. 1, the Department of Recreation & Wellness will host a Zumba® Party from 7 p.m. to 10 p.m. on SAC Fitness Center Gym, Court Two.
Zumba® focuses on Latin dance moves to get your heart pumping and burn calories more effectively. Our instructor will teach you basic Latin dance moves to great music and you won’t even know you’re working out!
The event is free to all currently enrolled Clayton State University students and SAC Fitness Center Members and is $7 for guests and non-members. Community/family members are also invited to attend. Bring your friends and join the party.
For more information contact Lisa Williamson, assistant director of Fitness & Wellness at (678) 466 4975 or email@example.com
“Murderball,” Nov. 1
As part of the Disability Resource Center’s celebration of Disability Awareness Month, the movie “Murderball” will be shown at 6:30 p.m., in room 272 of the James M. Baker University Center, on Thursday, Nov. 1. The “Murderball” showing is co-sponsored by AmeriCorps.
This amazing documentary chronicles the lives of rough and tumble rugby players, who also happen to be wheelchair users, on their quest for Olympic gold. The movie follows the hard-hitting action on the court where players smash each other with reinforced wheelchairs on and off the court. These amazing men will make you think differently about the word “disability.”
Also in attendance at the screening will be Clayton State’s own Zac Bradley, and his "Murderball" coach, who will be answering questions about the sport.
“`Murderball,’ the documentary, seems to engender a great response from viewers. It is an unflinching look at disability, sexuality and Olympic competition,” says the Disability Resource Center’s Tameeka Hunter.
Walk with the City of Morrow, Nov. 3
Walk the Jester’s Creek Pedestrian Walkway from Morrow City Hall, Milton Daniel Park, 1500 Morrow Rd., on Saturday, Nov. 3, at 10:30 a.m. For more information, call Sylvia at (678) 902-0889.
Men’s Club Basketball Team Tryouts, Nov. 5, Nov. 7
The Men's Club/Travel Basketball Team will be having tryouts on Nov. 5 and Nov. 7, from 7 p.m. to 9 p.m., in the SAC on courts one and two. Contact Derek Jackson at firstname.lastname@example.org
or Khalid Rajahn for more information.
Veterans Resource Center Plans Remembrance Day National Roll Call for Veterans Day, Nov. 12
Preparation for the upcoming Veterans Day celebration at Clayton State University is in progress. The official celebration will be on Monday, Nov. 12, from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m., and will feature the Clayton State Veterans Resource Center’s Second Annual Remembrance Day National Roll Call.
This year’s Roll Call will feature a change from 2011 in that the names of those currently serving as well as the names of the fallen will be read. Last year only the names of the fallen were read.
The Roll Call will be read in the Eugene Lawson Amphitheater on the Clayton State campus. There will also be opening ceremony comments and “minute of silence” comments. The Remembrance Day National Roll Call is free and open to the public.
Clayton State Middle Level Education & Music Education Information Session, Nov. 13
Students seeking information about Clayton State University’s Middle Level Education or Music Education degree programs are invited to attend an Information Session on Nov. 13.
Faculty will host a one-hour dialogue on the nature of the programs, admission criteria, course scheduling, and other items of interest to prospective students.
Discover what it takes to earn a degree in teacher education. Tuesday, Nov. 13, Arts & Science Building, room G-227, from 6 p.m. until 7 p.m.
Women’s Forum Annual Auction, Chili Cook-Off, Quilt Raffle, Nov. 15
The Clayton State Women’s Forum announces the annual Auction, Chili Cook-Off, and Quilt Raffle scheduled for Thursday, Nov. 15. The organization’s mission is to sustain a Women’s Forum Scholarship Fund in support of assisting students with general and emergency resources to aid in their successful completion of academic studies. Proceeds from all events go to the Scholarship Fund.
There are several ways that faculty and staff members can be involved:
Contribute to the Women’s Forum Scholarship Fund through the Faculty/Staff Fund Drive
Visit the Women’s Forum table at the HR Benefits Fair on Oct. 26 for info on upcoming events
Donate items for the Auction
Shop the Auction – perfect for the holiday season and year-round gift-giving
Prepare a pot of chili for the Chili Cook-Off
Join us at the Chili Cook-Off and enjoy some delicious chili
Purchase Quilt Raffle tickets
Become a member of Women’s Forum – the basic membership fee is only $5
Online auction bidding will commence on Nov. 12. Donated items will be displayed in the University Center on Nov. 15. Faculty, staff, students, retirees, and community members collaborate for this event which has become an annual campus tradition
Outdoor Adventure Ski Trip
Early bird registration for the Outdoor Adventure Ski Trip has been extended To Oct. 15 for students only
Destination: Winter Place Ski Resort, Beckley, W.V.
Date: Wednesday – Saturday, Jan. 2-5, 2013
Student Cost: $180 early bird – $230 after Oct. 15
Pre-trip Meeting: TBA
Registration deadline: Friday, Nov. 16, 2012
For more information, contact Nick Kilburg, assistant director of Recreation and Wellness, Outdoor Adventures, (678) 466-4972, email@example.com