you remember to respect your Breezeways must be kept clear-
tion. The office staff will be relocated
Community Bulletin Board
Student Life’s 10th Annual Inter-
national Street Festival!
on Saturday, April 12th
There will be exhibits from coun-tries all over the world, ethnic crafts, and traditional decorations.
residents of the importance of Renter’s
nity to inform residents of what to do if
can offer a shell of partial protection.
This watch means
damage to the buildings it owns, it does
suitable for the formation of tornadoes,
liability lawsuits for injuries suffered
Take cover. A
that there is a tornado on the ground, or
what is covered under their policies as every company is different.
The campus emergency warning sys-tem will be activated in the event of
messages will be broadcast on the emergency warning system, UGA Alert, and the UGA campus television cable channel until the emergency is concluded. Please feel free to call the University Police if you need additional information.
Saturday, April 5
Wednesday, April 16
Group Swim Lessons for Youth.
Sponsored by Chocolate Festival.
Sponsored by the Of-
RecSports. Youth lessons are broken into eight
fice for Violence Prevention. A fundraising
levels. Participants attend a placement day to
event to raise awareness of sexual and rela-
determine what level to register for. Classes
tionship violence. Participants may sample a
meet on Saturdays and Sundays through April
variety of chocolate items from local busi-
27; time varies by level. $30 students, $40 fac-
nesses. 1:00 p.m. Memorial Hall Ballroom.
ulty and staff, and $50 alumni. For more infor-
mation visit www.recsports.uga.edu. Ramsey
Tuesday, April 1
Center Natatorium. Contact: 706-542-5060
Friday. April 18
Basketball vs. Clemson
7:00 p.m. Foley Field.
UGA Night at Six Flags.
Sponsored by the
G-Day Spring Football Game.
2:00 p.m. San-
Wednesday, April 2
The park will be open only to UGA alumni, students, faculty, staff, friends and family.
Sunday. April 6
Summer Employment Fair.
Sponsored by the
Career Center. Meet with summer camps and
www.uga.edu/alumni or call 706-542-8074.
Sponsored by Georgia
local employers seeking employees for this
Tickets are $22 until April 13, $27 if pur-
Outdoor Recreation. A trip down the river. 7:00
summer. 10:00 a.m. - 2:00 p.m. Stegeman Coli-
chased April 14-18, and $32 day of event at
a.m. - 7:00 p.m. Ocoee River, Tennessee. Con-
the gate. Children two and under are free.
6:00 p.m. - midnight. Six Flags Over Geor-
Brave New Voices.
Sponsored by Multicultural
Service and Programs. Spoken word artists. 7:00
Tuesday, April 15
p.m. - 9:00 p.m. Memorial Hall Ballroom. Con-
Soccer vs. Clemson.
7:00 p.m. Turner Soc-
Spring Choral Gala: A Tribute to Hall John-
Sponsored by the Hugh Hodgson School
Thursday, April 3
of Music. The UGA Men's and Women's Glee
Tuesday, April 22
Clubs, AACE, Concert Choir, University Cho-
Observatory Telescope Public Viewing.
rus, and guests perform a variety of repertoire
UGA Earth Day 2008.
Sponsored by the
24-inch telescope at the UGA Observatory is
including music of Hall Johnson in honor of the Physical Plant Division. Event showcases bio-
open tonight for public viewing. If it is cloudy,
120th anniversary year of his birth. 8:00 p.m.
diesel fuels and educational exhibits about
there will be a talk titled “Pluto’s New Family:
Hugh Hodgson Concert Hall, Performing Arts
green chemicals, storm water management,
The Kuiper Belt Objects.” 9:00 p.m. - 11:00
recycling, harvesting rain water, water conser-
p.m. Physics Building Roof. Contact: 706-542-
vation, energy-efficient toilets, hybrid vehicles, and more. Live entertainment & food provided.
Friday, April 4
Visit www.GoGreen@uga.edu for more infor-mation. 10:00 a.m. Tate Center Plaza. Contact:
Baseball vs. South Carolina.
6:30 p.m. Foley
Thursday, April 24
Friday Night Hike.
Sponsored by the State Botani-
Gymnastics: NCAA Championships.
cal Garden. A night hike along the Purple Trail.
national championships are hosted by the Uni-
Members $8, all others $9. Fee covers a parent/child
versity of Georgia. Through Saturday, April
team. Extra child fee $3. 7:00 p.m. Visitor Center
entrance to meet. Contact: 706-542-6156, firstname.lastname@example.org
for international students is
here! All students must fill out tax forms– due
Those students who wish to apply for the
April 15th! International Student Life will have
summer storage program must fill out the
a tax assistance workshop for the Georgia Tax
Form on Sunday, April 6th from 11:30-2:30 in
the Memorial Hall Ballroom. Be sure to bring
15th and must be completed before May 12.
all federal forms, W2s, 1040s, and 1099s.
Email email@example.com for more information.
Important Phone Numbers to Keep Handy
Family and Graduate Housing Office 542-1473 (8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday –
Resident Manager 540-4366 (on call after 5 p.m. Mon.-Fri. and all day
Sat & Sun.)
• Kamell Clauson - 389-6100 (RM Bldgs ABCD) firstname.lastname@example.org
• Katy Thompson - 389-6200 (RM Bldgs EFGH ) email@example.com
• Morgen Ingerson - 389-6061 (RM Bldgs JKL) firstname.lastname@example.org
• Renee Clifford - 389-6400 (RM Bldgs MNP&BO) email@example.com
• Wonseok Choi - 389-6500 (RM Bldgs QRS) firstname.lastname@example.org
UGA Police 542-2200 (24 hrs) Emergency 911 (24 hrs)
Work orders 542-3999 (24hrs) or www.uga.edu/housing/workorder
Jamie Wilkes 3/18/08
two buildings in Area II have the new toilets.
We have installed a block in the older model
toilet tanks to displace some of the water that
painting, new decks and install new data
they use every time they are flushed. Due to
Please remember no outside watering or
E-building renovation is going good. The
Construction will start around the first of
car washing is allowed at Family Housing.
Physical Plant is trying to wrap up E so
they can start on F building. Carpet and
heads in most of our apartments and they
tile is in and the appliances are going in
have been in for over five years. If you think
this week. The Fire Marshall will inspect
that the shower head that you have is not a
water saving type, please e-mail or call the
*** Pest Control personnel have told me
that roaches and other pest hate clean cool
are building a new laundry on the end of
apartments. To keep pest down remove
F-building. This laundry should be ready
your trash daily and keep your food such
as cereal, rice, breads in sealable
containers. Wipe down your ranges and
completion of the building. When the new
know of any needed repairs. If it’s bro-
counter tops after cooking.
ken let’s get it fixed. If it’s leaking
Important Note; Please call in a work
let’s get it stopped.
order for any problems you have in your
We are replacing the toilets in our reno-
apartment. Work order # 706-542-3999
building T with the life safety upgrades in
May of this year. We will install a sprin-
saving toilet. All of Area I, Area III, and
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