Past Events ◦ Enviro – Week ◦ Speaker Event: Ralph Nader ◦ Clubs’ Forum ◦ Philanthropy Week Upcoming Events ◦ Mental Health Awareness Week ◦ Speaker Event # 2: Jeffery Tambor ◦ Volunteer Outing
November 12 Hiking Trip – Komoka (3-6 pm). November 13 Eco Scavenger Hunt. Enviro Raffle at 4:00 Documentary Screenings November 14 Electronics Drop Off Local Solutions Speaker Event Sustainability Events November 15 Ralph Nader Event
Hiking Trip ◦ This Hiking trip took place in the provincial park located in Komoka, just outside of London. ◦ Around ten people attended this event, and the overall feedback from participants was positive. Eco Scavenger Hunt ◦ This event was organized by King’s College’s Environmental Intern with some assistance from the Environmental Commissioners. ◦ Feedback from this event was positive overall.
Documentary Screening ◦ This event was organized by the Student Outreach Commissioners. ◦ 10-15 people attended this event. ◦ Feedback in relation to this event was generally positive. Local Solutions Speaker Event ◦ The planning of this event entailed a cooperative effort between the Environmental Commissioners and the Eco Club. ◦ This event featured two speakers from the London community. ◦ Attendance for the first portion of this event was strong; however, attendance for the second part of this event was weak. This can be attributed to advertising, scheduling and communication failures.
Itinerary ◦ 730 pm –Keynote by Ralph Nader – (LH 105). ◦ 830 pm – Question and answer period. ◦ 9 pm – Reception in Labatt Hall Atrium. Attendance ◦ Around 300 students attended this event. Feedback from Students ◦ The vast majority of the feedback that I received from students in relation to this event was positive.
This forum took the form of an In Camera committee meeting. ◦ Participants included – Club Presidents and KUCSC Exec’s. ◦ The Chair of this meeting will be the VP Student Issues. ◦ The purpose of this meeting was to generate clubs’ policy reform.
Negatives ◦ Several members present at the meeting did not fully understand what to expect from the meeting. ◦ Some of the topics of discussion were very contentious, and worked to derail positive discussion. Positives ◦ Through means of this forum, some positive decisions in relation to Clubs’ week were agreed upon amongst those participating in this forum. ◦ It was agreed upon by delegates of the forum that Clubs’ Forum meetings are something that should regularly occur in the future.
Structure, Purpose and the Frequency of Meetings ◦ Since the occurrence of the previous Clubs’ Forum meeting, I have been meeting with/surveying Club Presidents in order to come to a decision in relation to the Structure, Purpose, and Frequency of such meetings. Initial Thoughts Forum should have a roundtable, open style, format. General topics of discussion should be selected for such meetings through consultation with Club Presidents.
Organizations Involved (Tentatively) ◦ Hospitality Centre ◦ Campus Ministry ◦ Food Bank ◦ Goodwill Schedule (Tentative) ◦ Nov 25 – 30 – Donation Collections (LH Atrium). ◦ Nov 25 – Movie Night fundraiser.
Donations (Items) Collected ◦ Campus Ministry 21 ◦ Foodbank 41 ◦ Hospitality Centre 11 ◦ Goodwill 49 ◦ Total Number of Donations Received 122
Topic ◦ There’s Always Money Left in the Banana Stand: An Evening with Jeffrey Tambor Venue This event will take place in Kenney Theatre, SLC. Time ◦ This event will start at 730 pm. Capacity ◦ The capacity for this event will be 490. Promotions The advertising for this event has begun. Ticket Sales Tickets Will go on sale this upcoming week. Tickets will be sold at the King’s connection. Tickets will Cost $10.
Planning is Ongoing Tentative Itinerary ◦ Monday (Feb 10) Coffee House Presentation by King’s Support Services ◦ Tuesday (Feb 11) Luncheon Speaker Presentations Video ◦ Thursday (Feb 13) Movie Night Possible Movies Silver linings playbook A beautiful mind Goodwill Hunting
Planning is Underway… Organization of Interest St. Luke’s Anglican Church. Number of Students to Attend ◦ 5 Dates for Outings ◦ One of these outings will take place in February, and one will take place in March.