OU Habitat for Humanity
Third Meeting of the Quarter Jan 31st
How do I become a member??
◦ $25 for the rest of the year (includes t-shirts! )
◦ 10 pts./quarter for official membership
◦ Member(s) of the Quarter
Meeting 1 points
Fundraisers 2 points
Socials 2 points
Builds 4 points
Structure of Athens Habitat
Women Raise the Roof
Battle of the Chefs
• Feb. 26, (Saturday) 6:00 p.m. Battle of the Chefs: A
Taste of Athens County at The Inn at Hocking
College. Highlights include:
*Wine tasting hosted by Bella Vino.
• Drawing for a 2009 VESPA LX150 SCOOTER. Tickets are on sale at
the Habitat House: 1 ticket for $10.00 or 5 tickets for $40.
• Live auction with items include a week in a condo in Key West,
lunch with Athens mayor Paul Wiehl, a personal serenade by ATD,
or a personalized free guided tour of the Columbus Zoo (travel
• Tickets: $20 per person, or $15 each if you bring someone.
$7,000 Left to
•This Week: Hot Dog Sale go!
•Letter – Writing Campaign by us!
•Bring in ink cartridges and
Old cell phones! ( we’ve $10,000 Grant!
made $140 dollars from it so
far this year)
Hot Dog Sale Thursday!!
WHERE? On the corner of Court
St. and Washington, in front of
the court house
WHEN? This Thursday (Feb 3rd)
from 9 PM- 1AM
Sign up to work a 1 hour shift for
2 habi- points! OR sign up to
donate hot dogs and buns for 1
Spring Break CC Trip – Miami, FL
handful of Spots open
Prison Partnership volunteer
Building houses, healing communities
Habitat’s Prison Partnership facilitates a cooperative effort between
local Habitat for Humanity affiliates and correctional institutions.
Through the program, an offender―or incarcerated person―has
the opportunity to volunteer with Habitat affiliates in various
aspects of house construction.
Benefits for homeowners, offenders and the community
Habitat homeowners benefit from the Prison Partnership program
as houses are completed more quickly with the help of eager,
competent and cooperative volunteers. Offenders benefit as they
work with others toward positive goals while learning marketable
job skills and practicing social responsibility. Finally, the community
benefits from investing in and developing a large future workforce.
The Exec Board Positions
• President- Skyler McCully (Senior)
• Vice President- Sara Flecher (Senior)
• Secretary- Molly Farris (Senior)
• Treasurer- Kim Dessoffy (Senior)
• Fundraising Chair(s)
- Caitlin Bernard (Senior)
- Sarah Hunt (Senior)
• Public Relations- Ashleeann Washington (Junior)
• Social Chair- Cassandra McCully (Junior)
• Cardboard City Chair- Joe Stitt (Senior)
• Collegiate Challenge Chair- Cole Godsey
February 21st (Week 8 Meeting)
Will pass out interest forms on February
7th (next week)
Contact Current Exec Member on your
intentions (inquire about position)
Active member for at least 2 quarters
Exceed Habi-point requirement
Time and Commitment to Habitat
Elections February 21st (Week 8
New Executives will take over
responsibilities mid spring quarter
Bowling Social Tonight
Rollerbowl Lanes at 8:00pm
$4 for an hour of play
2 points for attending
Prize to Top & Lowest
Committees/ Wrap Up
Stay after for a few minutes to meet with your
committee. Not here last week? Pick and
join one this week! (participation optional)