Posted on November 21, 2012 by Tia Lalani

Is this the real news? Is this just fantasy? Caught at Augustana With nothing to do this week Open your eyes Click through all the links and see You might be a student, you might be faculty Events are “no charge here, five bucks there” Some are out, some are here Anyway events are fun, …

Is this the real news?
Is this just fantasy?
Caught at Augustana
With nothing to do this week
Open your eyes
Click through all the links and see
You might be a student, you might be faculty
Events are “no charge here, five bucks there”
Some are out, some are here
Anyway events are fun, and that really matters to you, to me…

 

Download the PDF right here! (Though it may or may not work for you…)

A few extra items for you:

Parking on 50th Street

Please be advised that the City of Camrose strictly enforces parking bylaws on 50th Street. If you park on 50th street, please take careful note of the signs so that you can avoid costly fines.

Read about the Vikings!

Rumor has it that many faculty members have not heard of the Vikings Nation magazine, let alone read it!

Do you enjoy reading about campus sporting events? Would you like to get to know players through interviews and news articles? Or perhaps you would like to drop in at one of the campus recreation gym times!

The Vikings Nation magazine is the way to do it! This magazine features weekly game schedules, updates from the previous weekend’s games in case you couldn’t make it to watch , photos of the week, and more. Our student-athletes are a big part of this campus and they are continually improving (just ask Coach Shenton and Coach Drabiuk!). The Vikings have really started to make a name for themselves in the ACAC league and this year will be full of exciting league and playoff games.

There are two ways you can subscribe to this magazine: 1) send Calee Dufva an email (dufva@ualberta.ca) requesting to be put on the email list for a link or attachment of the weekly PDF document or 2) go to www.issuu.com and create an account. Then add the Vikings as a friend.

Seeking a paid companion in Millet

Young man with challenges living in Millet is looking for a cheerful and easy-going paid companion to spend leisure time with one to two evenings and/or one weekend day per week.

His interests include hockey, bowling, sports in general, and social activities. The successful applicant needs to be willing to work a pre-determined but flexible schedule and requires a vehicle.

If interested, please call 780-387-3533.

 


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