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Date: Wed Jun 27 2007 - 02:02:23 MDT
Date: Wed, 27 Jun 2007 02:02:23 -0600 (MDT) From: Buff Bulletin <memofrom@Colorado.EDU> Subject: Buff Bulletin 06/27/2007
SUBJECT: Buff Bulletin 06/27/2007
27 June 2007, Wednesday
A Boulder Campus digest of current events
In this issue:
--- Please Support Your Campus--Use Our Vending Machines!
--- Not "A Place Apart" - Environmental Justice and the Sierra Club
--- Cleaning Your Office this Summer? Remember to Recycle!
--- Easy, All-Weather Fun for Your Kids and Their Babysitters
--- UMC's Alferd Packer Grill and Baby Doe's Offer Delicious Selections
and Convenience for You this Summer
--- Family Fitness Fun at the Uni-Hill 2K
--- Main Campus Summer Blood Drive Today and Tomorrow,
June 27 and 28
--- Jim Manzanares Retirement Celebration
--- Adobe Institutional Software Licensing Is Now Available!
PLEASE SUPPORT YOUR CAMPUS--USE OUR VENDING MACHINES!
UCB Property Services manages the campus food and beverage vending
machine operations. Vending machine sales help support scholarships,
financial aid to dependants of faculty/staff and auxiliary locations
such as Housing, the UMC and Recreation Center. Beginning July 9, UCB
Pepsi vending prices will increase to $1.25 for 20 oz bottles, 75
cents for 12 oz cans. Many of the 12 oz can vendors will be removed
or replaced with upgraded machines.
Contact: Lori Jackson, vending mgr, Lori.Jackson@Colorado.EDU, 303-492-7028
NOT "A PLACE APART" - ENVIRONMENTAL JUSTICE AND THE SIERRA CLUB
Wednesday, June 27, 7 pm, Norlin Library's Center for British and
Irish Studies, Room M549
Sierra Club President Robbie Cox will share how the well-known
national conservation organization began to tackle environmental
justice issues to increase involvement with historically
underrepresented communities, and how this is changing the image of
the "environmentalist." Hosted by UCSU's Environmental Justice
Steering Committee, Norlin Library and the CU Environmental Center.
Contact: Sarah Haynes
Additional information: http://ecenter.colorado.edu/events
CLEANING YOUR OFFICE THIS SUMMER? REMEMBER TO RECYCLE!
CU Recycling can assist your office with file cleaning or moving and
help you save time, lower disposal costs and enjoy environmental
benefits. We can provide bins and procedural information to help you
recycle office papers, magazines/catalogs, transparencies, tyvek
envelopes, toner cartridges, cardboard and more. Visit our website,
call or email for information on CU's recycling guidelines and
requesting temporary bins, special pick-ups and confidential
Contact: Dana Kelly, email@example.com
Additional information: http://recycling.colorado.edu
EASY ALL-WEATHER FUN FOR YOUR KIDS AND THEIR BABYSITTERS OR NANNIES
Tell your babysitters and nannies - here's the perfect way to spend
two easy, fun hours with all the kids, all ages: bowling at the UMC
Connection! Enjoy two hours of bowling with shoe rental for only
$3.50 per person. This all-weather activity is fun for everyone!
Push-off ramps, quick set bumpers for bowling, plus arcade games,
food, and air-conditioning. Weekdays, 10 am-6 pm. Drop-ins welcome or
call ahead. The Connection, first floor UMC. Public welcome!
Contact: The Connection, 303-492-6338
Additional information: http://www.colorado.edu/umc/theconnection
UMC'S ALFERD PACKER GRILL AND BABY DOE'S OFFER DELICIOUS SELECTIONS
AND CONVENIENCE FOR YOU THIS SUMMER
The Alferd Packer Grill and Baby Doe's are open for delicious,
fresh-made breakfasts, lunches and baked treats. Come on in for an
early, energizing breakfast, or recharge yourself at lunch with a
short summer walk to the UMC for homemade soups, burgers and fries,
burritos, panini, or the Tabor daily specials. Need a break? Gourmet
coffee with a treat from our bakery really hits the spot - delicious
and convenient! Check summer hours at
Contact: UMC Food Service retail office, 303-492-6578
Additional information: http://www.colorado.edu/umc/food
FAMILY FITNESS FUN AT THE UNI-HILL 2K
Join CU and Boulder Races! for a fun family evening of physical
activity. Sign up for the first of three neighborhood races,
"Uni-Hill" held on Thursday, June 28. Race information and
applications forms can be found at www.boulderraces.com. All age
groups welcome. Second and third races held the last Thursdays of
July and August.
Contact: Gail Siegel, 2-7084
Additional information: http://www.boulderraces.com/
MAIN CAMPUS SUMMER BLOOD DRIVE TODAY AND TOMORROW, JUNE 27 AND 28
Decide to save a life. The Boulder main campus summer blood drive
will be Wednesday and Thursday, June 27 and 28, 10 am-3:30 pm on the
Bonfils bus by the UMC Dalton Trumbo Fountain. The drive is
co-sponsored by Boulder Campus Staff Council, Bonfils Blood Center
and UCSU. To make an appointment to donate blood or for more
information, please call 303-363-2300, opt. 2. Donors will receive a
Contact: Patti Zike
JIM MANZANARES RETIREMENT CELEBRATION
After serving and protecting the citizens of CU for the past 23
years, Cpl. Jim Manzanares is retiring and getting ready to enjoy the
next phase of his life! Please join CU Police Department in
celebrating with Jim and thanking him at a retirement reception on
Friday, June 29, 3-5 pm at the Environmental Health & Safety
Building, 1000 Regent Drive, second floor conference room.
Contact: Jacqueline Johnson
ADOBE INSTITUTIONAL SOFTWARE LICENSING IS NOW AVAILABLE!
The CU Book Store is pleased to announce that Adobe institutional
software licensing (CLP) orders can now be taken. Adobe, through its
educational software purchasing program, is committed to providing
everything you need to design and share ideas, both in and out of the
classroom. CLP simplifies software administration, reduces software
costs, and delivers the best savings on the most current versions of
Adobe software. Please refer to our store website for details.
Contact: Allison Hartel
Additional information: http://www.cubookstore.com/computers
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