Wednesday, April 29, 2009

The Results are In.

Student Government Election Results

President Teresa Wamer
Vice President Courtney Watson
Vice President of Jackson County Center Amber Southall
Secretary Kevin Kieffer

Senior Senator Janet Willis
Junior Senator Julie Amos
Sophomore Senator Codey Cantrell
Andy Hager
Senators at Large Sarah Breeden
Jordan Hershberger
Matthew Stevens
Sarah Stephens
Adam Weaver
Jon Wheeler

Jackson County Senator Michele Baldwin
Kayla Cooper
Congratulations candidates! Out next meeting is on May 4 at 11AM in the Community Room

Wednesday, April 22, 2009

Charity Concert

WVU Parkersburg Student Government Association is hosting a Charity Concert featuring;
Collapsing Beneath the Weight, Liecus, The Torture Store & Severed Chains.

Rock a Wish

Friday, May 1st 2009
MultiPurpose Room
7-10 pm doors open at 6:00 pm
$5 at the door - children 10 and under $3 – All ages show
100% of all ticket sales benefit Bikers United for Make a Wish (supports Make a Wish kids in this area)
Alpha Omega Ramps and Board Shop Skate Team will have a skate demo starting at 6:00 pm outside in front of the Multipurpose Room - (304)375-9181

Monday, April 6, 2009

Daytime field trip planned.

Interested students, faculty, and staff (plus your friends and relatives) are invited to participate in a college-sponsored daytime field trip to the Beckley Exhibition Coal Mine on Friday, May 1. A portion of the transportation cost (via school bus owned by Parkersburg Catholic High School) will be covered by the Social Justice Committee. The charge to reserve a seat on the bus will be only $10 per person. Upon arrival in Beckley, each traveler will pay for his or her own lunch at a fast food restaurant and will be required to pay for his or her tour ticket, at the group rate of $14 each (adults 18 and over).
The tour ticket will include a ride through an authentic 1800s coal mine (1,500 feet beneath the surface) and a guided tour of the restored coal camp that features a church, museum, miner's cottage, country school, and a superintendent's residence. Also included will be a guided tour of the Mountain Homestead, which is part of The Youth Museum of Southern West Virginia. The group will have the opportunity to visit the coal museum, gift shop and fudgery before leaving the grounds.
The bus will depart WVU at Parkersburg at 8:45 a.m. on Friday, May 1, and will pick up passengers at the Jackson County Center at 9:30 a.m. It is estimated that the group will return by about 5:15 p.m. at the Jackson County Center and by about 6:00 p.m. at the Parkersburg campus.
For additional information about how to reserve a seat on the bus, go to Deadline for reservations is April 20.