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                                              Cody Barry


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Sack Lunch Program “Stress Management”

     Public Release Checklist
     Public Release
     Goals and Objectives
     Program Justification
     Program Info
         o Description
         o Animation Plan
         o Plan B
         o Inclusion
         o Risk Management
     Line Budget
     Program Cost Break Down
     Program Animation Plan
     Contact Information



Health and Human Services Exposition

     Public Release Checklist
     Public Release
     Goals and Objectives
     Program Info
         o Description
         o Animation Plan
         o Plan B
         o Inclusion
         o Risk Management
         o Line Budget
         o Program Cost Break Down
     Program Animation Plan
     Evaluation
     Contact Information
                                               Cody Barry




10 Activities

     Two Truths and a Lie
     Helium Stick
     Fear in the Hat
     Pipeline
     The Great Egg Drop
     Group Juggle
     Mine Field
     Human Knot Ice Breaker
     Nuclear Holocaust: Who Should Survive?
     Survival
                                Cody Barry




Sack Lunch: Stress Management
         Spring, 2010


       By: Cody Barry
                                                                                         Cody Barry




FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE:
Feb. 26th 2010

                                     Stress Free Sack Lunches

Maryville, Mo. - Northwest Missouri State University faculty and staff will have the opportunity
to engage in a stress management workshop. Participants will gather in the 1st Ladies Room, 3rd
floor of the NWMSU Union, Tuesday, February 22nd 12:00 P.M.

Participants will enjoy a stress free lecture from Tim Crowley. Mr. Crowley has acquired a
doctoral degree in Psychology with an emphasis in Stress Management. He has over 20 years
experience in this field and is widely known for his workshops and conferences.

Registration is not required. This program is free to the faculty and staff.

Guests are asked to bring their own sack lunch for this casual event. Door prizes will be given.

Sack Lunches is a relaxing hour of learning stress free tip from one of the best speakers in the
area.




Cody Barry
1-660-868-0024
s276736@yahoo.com

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Sack Lunches:

   Goal:
   To inform Northwest Missouri State University faculty and staff about stress
   management.




   Objective 1:
   Who: NWMSU Faculty and Staff                                    What: To educated faculty and staff on
   stress                                                          management
   How: Through Sack Lunch Program                                 When: For one hour on February 22th 2010
   Proficiency (To What Level): by 10%
   Written Objective (MEASURABLE): To improve faculty and staff of Northwest about
   stress management by 10% by hosting a Sack Lunch program for one hour on February
   22th in the 1st ladies Room on the 3rd floor of NWMSU union.
   ____________________________________________________________________________________________________



   Objective 2:
   Who: Northwest Faculty and Staff                                What: Learn proper breathing techniques f
                                                                   or relaxation
   How: Through daily yoga                                         When: By end of 2 week session
   Proficiency (To What Level): Independently without correction from instructor
   Written Objective (MEASURABLE: Participants will learn proper breathing techniques
   for relaxation independently without correction from instructor by attending yoga daily
   for 2 weeks.
   ____________________________________________________________________________________________________
                                                                                    Cody Barry




                                   Parks & Recreation
                                  Program Justification
Facility Requested: 1st Ladies Room. (3rd Floor Union)

Name of Program: Sack Lunches

Program Description: Northwest Missouri State University faculty and staff will have the
opportunity to engage in a stress management workshop. Program will include stress management
speaker, Tim Crowley.

Target Market: Northwest Faculty and Staff

Marketing Plan: Flyers, Human Resources, and word of mouth

Date of Program: February 22nd, 2010
Time of Program: 12:00 P.M                                Day(s) of Program: Tuesday

Name of Instructor: Tim Crowley

Address: 800 Northwest Wellness Center     City: Maryville, Mo Zip: 64468

Phone: 660-562-1220                               Email: Crowley@nwmissouri.edu

Pay per Hour: $0             Total Hours: 1               Total Payment: $0

Participant/Team:    Minimum: 5            Maximum: 20

Fees: Resident: $0                  Nonresident: $0              Other: $0

Miscellaneous Expenses: $619.00

List Miscellaneous Expenses: Marketing, Facility Usage, Equipment, Door Prizes, volunteers

Total Income: $0                           Registration Method(s): None

Total Expenses: $619.00

Profit/Loss:   $-619.00

Comments: Free Seminar. Will include donated door prizes. Participants will be asked to bring
their own sack lunch.
                                                                                         Cody Barry




Date:_________________________Signature:________________________________________
Program Description:
NWMSU Sack Lunches:
Northwest Missouri State University faculty and staff will have the opportunity to engage in a

stress management workshop. Participants will gather in the 1st Ladies Room, 3rd floor of the

NWMSU Union, Tuesday, February 22nd, 12:00 P.M. This program will include a lecture from

Tim Crowley, a stress management expert. Door prizes will be included.




Animation Plan- Timeline:
11:30 – 11:50: Group Set- up

11:50 – 12:00: Sign In

12:00 – 12:05: Introduction of Speaker

12:05 – 12:35/40: Speaker Presentation

12:40 – 12:50: Question/ Door Prizes/ Evaluations

12:50 – 1:30: Clean – up




Plan B- Cancellation Plan:
Sack Lunches:

In case of facility scheduling conflict, Program will relocate to shelter across from amphitheater.

Tune into 106.7 KXCV for rescheduling information.

In case of bad weather, Program will be relocated from shelter to Conference room 3rd floor
Garrett Strong.
                                                                     Cody Barry




Inclusion:
Sack Lunches-

Blind- Brail Handouts
Blind- translator
Wheelchair- accessible room and ramps if necessary




Risk Management:
In case of emergency contact:

Campus Safety:
1-660-562-1254

Ambulance:
9-1-1


Fire Escape Plan: Use nearest stairs to find the bottom floor exit
Tornado: Proceed to cafeteria by way of stairs.
                                                                             Cody Barry



                                      Line Budget

    Store         Item #              Item      Cost Per Unit   Quantity   Donations   Total Cost

  Jocks Nitch                 NW Tee Shirts         $15             5         $75         $0
 Jazz Tanning                Tanning Sessions        $3             5         $15         $0
Bear Cat Lanes                Bowling Passes         $4             3         $12         $0
   Marketing                       Flyers          $0.10           50          $5         $0
  Volunteers                    3 Students          $12          2 hour       $72         $0
    Speaker                      Instructor        $100          1 hour      $100         $0
Equipment Use                   Table/chair         $20             2         $40         $0
Facility Rental              1st Ladies Room       $150          2 hour      $300         $0




Program Cost/ Benefit Breakdown
Sack Lunches

1 Speaker per 25 participants
1 Speaker - $100.00
4 Volunteers – $12.00 each per hour
Facility Usage – $150.00/hour
Equipment use – $40

Total Cost of Program: $536.00

Minimum # of Participants – 5
Maximum # of Participants - 25
                                                                      Cody Barry




Contact Information:
Supervisor:
Heather Becker
Phone: 1-402-672-5388
Email: S500104@nwmissouri.edu

Volunteers:
Cody Barry
Phone: 1-660-868-0024
Email: S276736@nwmissouri.edu

Delinda Huff
Phone: 1-660-334-1170
Email: S401043@nwmissouri.edu

Kelly Darrington
Phone: 1-816-390-2066
Email: S277070@nwmissouri.edu


      Contacts can be found in First Ladies Room from 11:00 – 1:30
                      Cody Barry




Programming Binder
    Spring, 2010
     BY: CODY BARRY
                                                                                    Cody Barry




FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE:
April 1, 2010

                                       HHS Exposition

Maryville, Mo.—The Northwest Health, Physical Education, Recreation, and Dance (HPERD)
department will host a Health and Human Services Expedition at Bearcat arena on Saturday, April
24th from 8am to noon.

Students and faculty from the Family and Consumer Science, Sociology, Psychology, and HPERD
departments will be showcasing presentations, projects, and information from the respective
departments. Community venders will also be present.


Contact:

Cody Barry
(660) 868-0024
S276736@yahoo.com

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                                       Parks & Recreation
                             Activities/Program Goals & Objectives

Goal:
To provide an opportunity to current Health and Human Services students to present
research, projects, and designs.




Objective 1:
Who: Current health and Human Services Students

What: Present research, projects, and designs
How: In a public event                    When: Saturday April 24th
Proficiency (To What Level): Survey
Written Objective (MEASURABLE): Students of health and human services will gain
knowledge of present research, projects, and designs Saturday, April 24th in a Public
event. Survey will be given to evaluate success of program.
____________________________________________________________________________________________________
                                                                                        Cody Barry




Program Description:
HHS Expo

Event to promote and raise awareness of opportunities for majors and minors at Northwest
Missouri State University as well as provide students a chance to present research, projects, and
designs they created.




Animation Plan- Timeline:
7:00-8:00: Group Set –up

8:00-9:00: Begin Health Exposition

9:00-12:00: Evaluation

12:00-12:30: Break Down



Plan B- Cancellation Plan:
      In case of facility scheduling conflict, program will relocate to Bearcat Stadium.
      In case of bad weather, Program will be relocated from Bearcat Stadium to the student
       activity center.
      Stay tuned into 106.7 KXCV for rescheduling information or cancelations.




Inclusion:
HHS Expo

      Wheelchair – Wheelchair accessible building and gym
      Deaf – Interpreter
      Blind – Braille handout
                                                                                    Cody Barry


* On Flyer- Add statement if you need special accommodation while attending this event please
notify us before April 5, 2010

Risk Management:
In case of emergency contact:

Campus Safety
1-660-562-1254

Ambulance
9-1-1

Fire Escape Plan: Use nearest stairs to find the bottom floor exit
Tornado: Proceed to basement by way of stairs




                                 Budget HHS
                     Item                       Quantity Donations Total Cost
Food- Arimark Minnie Muffins, Coffee, Fruit                          $500
Suppiles- Flyer, Marketing                                            $25
Volenteers @ 12/Hour For 5 hours                10 People                    $600

                                  Total Costs                                         $1,125




Program Cost:
Volunteers: 9 * $12 per hour = 108
                               5 hours
                            $540

Staff/Participants Ration: 1:25
No cost: Community Service Event Sponsored by Donors
                                                                                     Cody Barry




            HHS EXPO- April 24th 8-noon – Lamkin Area
    CONTACT Heather Becker with questions…. S500104@nwmissour.edu

High School Students (Northwest Missouri area) DONE BY: March 30th
      Sam & James

      Advertise events (create flyer – Clear through Dr. Sue BEFORE distributing)
      Contact counselors and principals
      Contact NW Res. Life
      Contact NW Recruiting/Advisement Office

Student presentations

      Notify chairs of dept. (FACS, PSYC., SOC & COUN., HPERD)
       Karlyn
          o Each Dept. Gets a Table to promote their programs
                   FACS = Dr. Deborah Lewis-Faravel
                   Psych/Soc/Counseling = Dr. Carla Edwards
                   HPERD = Dr. Terry Robertson
          o DO THIS ASAP!!!
      Work with Community Vendor group to secure Vendors for event
          o Ask the Dept. Chairs for their suggestions and contact information

      Order Tables, chairs, & table covers
      Michael & Cody DO THIS BEFORE SPRING BREAK!
          o Measured how many around gym
          o Indentify where electric outlets are & length of cords need
          o I tables for each Dept. (3)
          o Bleachers pushed in on all sides
          o Trash cans
          o Order Tables to be set up 3 for depts. & enough to circle gym floor + tables in foyer
              for community venders (work with the Community Vendors Team)
          o Order Take Down

Community Venders
Chris & Kyle Have this DONE by March 30th

      Measure Lamkin Foyer Area
      ID outlets/internet (assign I plug to nearby tables)
      Order tables, Chairs & table covers (work with Student Presentation group)
      Signs for outside doors- Up stairs (Directional Signs)
                                                                                    Cody Barry


      Easel – registration poster
      Trash cans with bags
      Hand sanitizer (check with Dr. Matt Symonds in HPERD)
      Handout of parking w/ directions to 2nd floor
      Call campus safety – secure drop off zone in circle drive
      Thank – You Cards- Vendors (Distribute at the event OR mail by April 28th)

Registration form, PSA, & Certificates

Stephanie & Delinda

     DO THIS BY March 30th
    Students/ Dept.
    Community Vendors
    First come first serve
    ½ or whole table
    Be at table whole event
    Set-up Time
    T-Shirts available to participants who also register for the Catwalk
DO THIS BY April 7th
    Contact news to cover event
    PSA to radio stations and News
DISTRIBUTE ON THE DAY OF EVENT
    Certificates of Participation- Students

Other
DR. SUE

      List of who to invite (Max Dean’s Pres.)
      Order snacks for Students & Venders
                                                                                    Cody Barry




                             Program Evaluation

                 Health and Human Service Exposition
                          April 24, 2010
 Please circle the appropriate choice to reflect your opinion of today’s program.



Did you find this program beneficial?

Strongly Agree    Agree   Somewhat Agree      Somewhat Disagree Strongly Disagree

Did this program meet your expectations?

Strongly Agree    Agree   Somewhat Agree      Somewhat Disagree Strongly Disagree

Would you recommend this to future students?

Strongly Agree    Agree   Somewhat Agree      Somewhat Disagree Strongly Disagree

I found that the facilities and location of this program was held (space and layout of room,
equipment, adequacy of parking, personal comfort of room) to meet my standards.

Strongly Agree    Agree   Somewhat Agree      Somewhat Disagree Strongly Disagree



Comments and Concerns:




Improvements:
                                    Cody Barry




Contact Information:
Supervisor:
Dr. Sue Myllykangas
Phone: 660-562-1297
Email: susanm@mail.nwmissouri.edu

Volunteers:
Cody Barry
Phone: 1-660-868-0024
Email: S276736@nwmissouri.edu

Delinda Huff
Phone: 1-660-334-1170
Email: S401043@nwmissouri.edu

Kelly Darrington
Phone: 1-816-390-2066
Email: S277070@nwmissouri.edu
                             Cody Barry




10 Activities
     ~
Ice Breakers and Fun Games
                                                                                        Cody Barry




                Two Truths and a Lie
Group Size:      6-10 people                                        Ages:    All Ages


Equipment/Supplies: None                                    Facilities: Indoors


Directions:

A classic get-to-know-you icebreaker in which each person says two truths and one lie. The goal is
to figure out which statement is the lie. Have everyone sit in a circle. Each person prepares three
statements, two of which are true and one of which is a lie. In any order, the person shares the
three statements to the entire group. The object of the game is to figure out which statement a lie.
The rest of the group votes on each statement, and the person reveals which one is the lie.

Safety:   No Major safety concerns
                                                                                          Cody Barry




                               Helium Stick
Group Size:    8-12                                               Ages:   12 and Up


Equipment/Supplies:   1 thin rod varied in length                 Facilities:   Indoors

Description:

This is an easy team building exercise for the office space. Have work as a group and
communicate with one another a lower the Helium Stick to the group as a unit without their fellow
group members removing their fingers from the stick.

Rules:

     Line up in two rows, which the participants face each other.
     Introduce the Helium Stick (a long, thin, lightweight rod)
     Ask participants to point their index fingers and hold their arms out.
     Lay the Helium Stick down on their fingers. Get the group to adjust their finger
      heights until the Helium Stick is horizontal and everyone's index fingers are
      touching the stick.
     Explain that the challenge is to lower the Helium Stick to the ground.
     Each person's fingers must be in contact with the Helium Stick at all
      times. Pinching or grabbing the pole in not allowed - it must rest on top of fingers.
     Reiterate to the group that if anyone's finger is caught not touching the Helium
      Stick, the task will be restarted. Let the task begin....

Safety:   No Safety Concerns
                                                                                 Cody Barry




                               Fear in the Hat
Group Size:        6+                                        Ages:   12 and Up

Equipment/Supplies:

         Pen/Pencil
         Paper
         Hat

Facilities:   Indoor Setting

Summary:

People write personal fears anonymously on pieces of paper, which are collected.
Then each person reads someone else's fear to group and explains how the person
might feel.
Rules:

         Each member writes down their fear on a piece of paper
         Puts into a hat
         Each member will pull out a piece of paper and read to the group the feels
          that the fear may feel

Safety:   No Safety Hazards
                                                                                             Cody Barry




                                        Pipeline
Group Size:       2-12                                                  Ages:   16 and Up

Equipment/Supplies:

         Newspaper
         Tape
         Marble
         Scissors


Facilities:   Classroom environment

Summary:

Each group is given a certain amount of time to build a pipeline out of newspapers.
The structure will be mounted to the wall using the material provided. The goal is
to make a maze where the marble will not get stuck, and the group that designs a
maze that takes the marble the longest amount of time to complete wins.

Rules:

         Groups are given 30 minutes to design their pipeline.
         Must have the structure mounted on the wall using the materials
         Each group will get three trial runs to account for a time (only the slowest time will be
          counted)
         If a ball falls out or off the pipeline, then the time will be stopped and not be counted.
         If the marble gets stuck, then the time also stops and the time does not count
         The team with the slowest time wins

Safety:   Paper cuts
                                                                                 Cody Barry




                    The Great Egg Drop
Group Size:       2-20                                     Ages:     16 and Up

Equipment/Supplies:

        Egg
        Cardboard
        Masking tape
        Straws

Facilities:   Indoor/Outdoor

Summary:

Small groups design an egg package to save an egg from breaking when dropped.
Plus a 30 second jingle to sell their package. Followed by the Great Egg Drop-Off.

Rules:

• Teams are given 30 minutes to build their egg casing
• Must withstand a fall from 8ft
• Teams must utilize all of the material to build their egg casing


Safety: No Safety Hazards
                                                                                                        Cody Barry




                                 Group Juggle
Group Size:       6-10                                                           Ages:    12 and Up


Equipment/Supplies: 10     Nerf Balls                                   Facilities:   Outdoor

Summary:

Throw balls to others in a sequence, using each person's name. Works every time.
Can be extended to "Warp Speed" (to see how fast the group can throw balls
through a set order to each group member).
Rules:

         Have Participants stand in a circle
         One ball will be thrown in at a time
         You must toss your ball to the same person every time
         Goal is to juggle as many balls as a group and see how long you can continue this process without dropping
          balls

Safety:   Getting hit with the ball
                                                                                                Cody Barry




                                       Mine Field
Group Size:        6-30                                                    Ages:   12 and Up


Equipment/Supplies:       Blind Folds, Soft objects, such ass balls and plastic cups, blind folds

Facilities:   Indoor/outdoor Setting

Summary:

Objects are scattered in an indoor or outdoor place. In pairs, one person verbally
guides his/her partner, whose eyes are closed or blindfolded, through the
"minefield". The objective is to navigate your teammates success fully through the
mind field without touching a mine.
Rules:

• One person is blind-folded (or keeps eyes closed) and cannot talk (optional). The
      other person can see and talk, but cannot enter the field or touch the person.
• The challenge is for each blind-folded person to walk from one side of the field to
      the other, avoiding the "mines", by listening to the verbal instructions of their
      partners.
• Allow participants a short period (e.g., 3 minutes) of planning time to decide on
      their communication commands, then begin the activity.
• Decide on the penalty for hitting a "mine". It could be a restart (serious
      consequence) or time penalty or simply a count of hits.
• The first team to successfully complete this task with the most players wins.

Safety:   Bumping into one another
                                                                                     Cody Barry



              Human Knot Icebreaker
Group Size:     7-10                                           Ages:    12 and up


Equipment/Supplies:    None                           Facilities:   Indoor/outdoor

Directions:

Have each group standing, facing towards each other, in a circle. Each person
should be standing shoulder to shoulder. First, instruct everyone to lift his or her left
hand and reach across to take the hand of someone standing across the circle. Next,
have everyone lift there right hand and reach across to take the hand of another
person standing across the circle. Make sure that no one is holding hands with
someone standing directly beside the person.
Rules:

To play, the groups must communicate and figure out how to untangle the knot
(forming a circle of people) without ever letting go of any hands. If you wish, this
icebreaker can be played competitively, in which the facilitator says “Ready.. Set..
Go!” and has all the groups race to become the first group to finish. If any group
member lets go of a hand (breaks the chain), then the group must start from the
beginning. This game typically takes 15-30 minutes to complete. You can impose a
time limit if you wish to make the game more challenging.

Safety:   No Safety Concerns
                                                                                         Cody Barry


    NUCLEAR HOLOCAUST: WHO SHOULD
               SURVIVE?
Group Size: 10 participants                                              Ages: 16+

Equipment/Supplies: Note pad and paper                  Facilities: Classroom

Directions:   Scenario


World War 3 has just occurred and you and 9 other people find yourselves to be the only people
left on the earth. You manage to all make it to a bunker, however, you all realize that if 3 of you
wish to survive for many years, 7 of you will have to leave soon because there are not enough
resources for all of you to survive.

If all of you stay, then you will all live only for a maximum of 2 years.

In your bunker, you have the following facilities:

•   Sewage system
•   Water
•   Seeds
•   Some clothes
•   A few books
•   Some medical facilities but no operating material
•   A greenhouse

In your group of ten, each of you have a chance to speak. You must present your case. Explain
why you think you should live. Argue for your life unless you really want to sacrifice for others.
Listen to others arguments as well.

In the bunker, the following roles will be played out. Each person in the group of ten will play one
of the following roles.

a. Scientist
b. Priest
c. Married couple who are hippies and drug addicts
d. A single pregnant woman with a 5 year old girl
e. An army officer who has mental instability of some sort but is useful nonetheless
f. An elderly woman
g. A disabled person
h. Lawyer
i. Musician
j. Doctor
                                                                                       Cody Barry



                                      Survival
Group Size:     6 to 12                                          Ages:     12 and Up


Equipment/Supplies:   Paper and Pen                     Facilities:   Indoor setting

Rules:

You and your companions have just survived the crash of a small plane. Both the
pilot and co-pilot were killed in the crash. It is mid-January, and you are in
Northern Canada. The daily temperature is 25 below zero, and the nighttime
temperature is 40 below zero. There is snow on the ground,
and the countryside is wooded with several creeks criss-crossing the area. The
nearest town is 20 miles away. You are all dressed in city clothes appropriate for a
business meeting. Your group of survivors managed to salvage the following items:

         A ball of steel wool
         A small ax
         A loaded .45-caliber pistol
         Can of Crisco shortening
         Newspapers (one per person)
         Cigarette lighter (without fluid)
         Extra shirt and pants for each survivor
         20 x 20 ft. piece of heavy-duty canvas
         A sectional air map made of plastic
         One quart of 100-proof whiskey
         A compass
         Family-size chocolate bars (one per person)

Your task as a group is to list the above 12 items in order of importance for your
survival. List the uses for each. You MUST come to agreement as a group within 8
minutes.


Safety:   No Safety Hazards

				
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