Autism Group Proposed

Shawn Carey, Staff Writer

Called to order at 6:01 p.m.

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Two representatives from the Health and Wellness Club discussed the visit from Shaun T. Members Kyle Henry and Sam Biggers discussed that they have talked to Public Safety about the event and have been cleared to hold the event. Henry said tickets will go on sale on Oct. 2 and the ticket cost will be $2, but students will receive a reimbursement at the door when they attend the event. He also said two weeks later tickets will go on sale at the YMCA for $3 for the general public, and the general public will also be able to purchase tickets at the door for $10. The event will be held on Nov. 3, from 1-5 p.m.

A representative from a new on-campus group, Autism Speaks, presented the club to the board. Nicole Weaver was there to present the club and what they plan on doing throughout the year. She said they plan on holding fundraisers and charity walks. She said the club will be primarily dealing with outside groups. Student Government will be voting this during the Sept. 26 meeting to determine whether not it will be accepted as a club.

John Sweeney, from the van committee, requested $900 to get the vans cleaned. He said it is approximately $250 per van and he was also looking into getting the decals repaired. He also said the van policy has changed. People or clubs requesting to use the vans must now fill out a mileage form and a van condition form.

President Kris Rivers said Homecoming Week will be Oct. 1-6. Student Government will be forming a Relay for Life team this year.

The meeting was adjourned at 6:47 p.m.