Tuesday, October 14, 2014

‘Title IX’ female a cappella group to provide Heritage Day entertainment


“Title IX,” a female student a cappella group from the Athens campus, will provide the entertainment during the annual Heritage Day event beginning at 6 p.m. on Nov. 13 in the Stevenson Center Learning Center at Ohio University-Chillicothe. Title IX is a real crowd-pleaser, and the group’s musical style spans all of genres of music.

Heritage Day is designed to offer a homecoming-style event that is tailored to a regional, commuter campus. It offers an opportunity for former students and community members to visit campus and meet with ex-classmates and faculty members, as well as for the campus to further engage with the region it serves.

The event is free, and members of the campus and area community are invited to attend. The
The male group Section 8 provided last year's entertainment.
occasion will include refreshments and the awarding of the second annual student service awards. These awards will be presented to current and former students who are making a special impact in their communities. Members of the campus and community are encouraged to nominate possible recipients.

These awards include:

STUDENT COMMUNITY SERVICE AWARDS

These awards recognize current students (either individuals or groups) who are actively involved in efforts such as community outreach, volunteer activities and/or philanthropy efforts, either formally or informally.

RECENT ALUMNI SERVICE AWARDS

These awards are designed to recognize individuals who have attended OU-C within approximately the last five years and who have demonstrated outstanding service to their local communities or the global community through efforts such as volunteer activities, participation/leadership in civic organizations, philanthropy, engagement with OU-C and other service projects, either formally or informally.

Nominations are sought from OU-C students, faculty and staff members as well as OU-C alumni and community members.

To nominate a possible recipient, submit a nomination letter of 200 words or fewer by 5 p.m. on Oct. 23 to Kim McKimmy at kellyk@ohio.edu and/or Jack Jeffery at jefferyj@ohio.edu and include ‘Service Award Nomination’ in the subject line. Letters should clearly describe the service activities the nominee has engaged in that warrant consideration for an award. Nominators should also indicate which award the nomination is for as well as their contact information and that of those individuals being nominated. A committee will determine and notify the recipients.

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