New Execs and October Events

Congrats to the newest members of the AAA Exec Board! Newly elected execs are:

Gloria Chan and Grechen Krumwiede – Co-Culture Chairs 
Justin Zheng – Publicity Chair
Daniel Bennetzen – Interschool Chair
Bertrand Teo –  Bridging the Gap Editor
Trisha Satterfield  – Historian
Ana Garcia – Membership Chair
 
Additionally, AAA has the following upcoming events for the month:

10/9 – AAA Dinner and a Movie
Join AAA at 6pm this Friday for dinner at Mandalay (located at 413 E 4th St)! Members can save 10% off their dinner with cash. Afterwards, we’ll be heading over to the IMU to watch Transformers 2 at 8pm. Bring your student id and get into the movie for free!!

10/16 – KGD/AAA/TNX Date Auction
AAA is partnering with Kappa Gamma Delta and Theta Nu Xi for a date auction in support of breast cancer research! Time and location to be announced.

10/21 – AAA Pumpkin Carving @ the ACC
Whether you’ve pumpkin carved for years or have never carved before, join us at 7pm for AAA pumpkin carving! Bring your own pumpkin, or for members, RSVP by October 19th and get a pumpkin for only $2!

10/24 – Jill Behrman 5K Run/Walk
Asian American Association has a group for the Jill Behrman race this year that will take place at 10am. The registration fee is $20 and goes to a great cause! Anyone interested in participating can register online at https://www.signmeup.com/site/reg/register.aspx?fid=FW2V4K7, or can bill it to their BURSAR account by going to the RecSports office in HPER or the SRSC. The early registration deadline is October 11th. After, October 11th you may register for $25—you can participate with the team but will need to pick up your own registration packet.

10/25 – Multicultural Wedding @ 5:30pm
Sparked by an idea from the Hillel Center, there will be a “Multicultural Wedding” at the Neal-Marshall Black Culture Center with a reception to follow.  The idea of the wedding is to take wedding traditions of each of the groups (Jewish, African American, Near Eastern, Episcopal, etc.) involved in the event, and put them into one big wedding.  The Asian Cultural Center is going to be represented with a Chinese wedding tradition and is searching for volunteers! There are going to be 2 rehearsals (one is on a Sunday) for the event, plus one dress rehearsal on the day of the event. If you are interested in participating, please contact Priscilla Hung at .

 

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