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SOLD OUT!!  “Professional Bull Riding Event, Budweiser Gardens, this Saturday, August 27th!”

Tickets are no longer available for this show.  You will receive an email regarding the pick-up and time if you were successful in claiming your free tickets.  

Thank you Budweiser Gardens for your generosity!


Hear Our Voices – Earlybird Discount Available till Monday 9am

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The Graduate Choir NZ presents Hear Our Voices, Sat 3 September
Hear Our Voices
Tour of Auckland

The Graduate Choir NZ is bringing its special brand of choral music to all compass-points of Auckland, beginning with a “showcase” concert with guest artists who will feature only in the SOUTH.

We cordially invite you to enjoy “Auckland’s best-kept secret” in a location that is convenient for you.

7:30pm Saturday 3 September

Vodafone Events Centre, Manukau
with special guests Operanesia, AOtotune and the One Tree Hill College Chorale
plus special guest compère Lapi Mariner!
Book tickets now
Earlybird discounted adult tickets available until 9am Mon 29 August

The Graduate Choir NZ will also perform solo recitals in West, North, East and Central Auckland in October and November, presenting an extended selection of our own repertoire.

Further details of these concerts will follow soon.

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     You come to explore the Wonder of Innovation and to awaken and restore — to transform — your personal creativity. You come, not to “tame the strangeness,” but to embrace it and to allow it to soar. ~ Lazaris
Dear Friends,
Tickets are on sale for Lazaris’ PPV, The Lost Magic of Innovation: Chasing Ultimate Dreams, Embracing Optimal Experiences.

We hope you join us for a fascinating workshop with a series of discussions and meditations on creativity and innovation. Included is a poignant discussion, “Don’t tame the strangeness,” that stood out for so many who experienced it. We welcome you as we and so many around the world explore new dreams and new ways of being. 

Warmest regards,
The Concept: Synergy Team

  • Whispers of the Weaver Woman
  • Secrets of the Wind
  • Stirrings of Our Muse
  • Portals to Forever

     You are in the uncharted of a world becoming new. You are surrounded by miracles waiting to unfold. You are in the uncharted of yourself discovering the more of you.
     Don’t tame the strangeness. Set your imagination free to roam, free to soar, free to be more. Don’t tame the strangeness. Set yourself  free to be more.
~ Lazaris

The urge, the yearning, is deep. There’s a singular thread, a strange thread, lost among the many threads of our reality. It is fragile, yet unbreakable. Its appearance seems short-lived, yet it is eternal. One moment it’s within our grasp, and the next it seems lost forever. It’s creativity and it’s magic.    

Creativity is love’s work, and we are its lovers. Our creativity whispers, and at times it shouts. It calls us, persistent, demanding, unending. We respond: We love; we create. It’s our nature. It’s our grace. Insatiable, we continually seek to embellish, to expand, and to lift our creativity beyond its bounds. We long to innovate. It’s part of who we are — of our destiny. It’s part of what we do as we participate in the Great Work of the current and future age. 

Our creativity has called us in its familiar and sometimes new ways. We have sifted through the many threads of our reality in search of that singular and strange thread of creativity that can lead us to the august realm of innovation.

During this workshop, Lazaris will pull the many threads together as we weave a Tapestry of Creativity. We can find that lost thread. Grasping it, and in the same moment letting it go, we can learn to chase dreams, ultimate dreams, and we can embrace optimal experiences, experiences that expose our grace and reveal more of the wonder of who we are and of who we are becoming.

Where do we go from here? We can find answers — our answers — in a series of discussions and meditation/rituals such as Whispers of the Weaver Woman, Secrets of the Wind, Stirrings of Our Muse, and Portals to Forever. Our answers can be revealed as we find that singular and strange thread lost among many, and if we “don’t tame the strangeness” as we chase new dreams and enchanting and creative experiences. Our new directions can unfold if we “don’t tame the strangeness” of our imagination or the strangeness of ourselves.

Join Lazaris and other masterful magicians for a workshop beyond compare. Laugh. Love. Create. Work magic. Become more. Welcome …

Tickets are on sale until September 12, 2016

* Important* Coupons must be registered in Vimeo by September 12, 2016.
Once you complete the Vimeo registration for this event 
you will have 30 days to view the event.

***There are two different prices for this event, see below for details.***

Registration Information:

The price is $200 per person if purchased through our shopping cart.  If purchased directly through Vimeo the price is $250 per workshop per person.

Click below to purchase your ticket through our shopping cart:

The Lost Magic of Innovation:
Chasing Ultimate Dreams, Embracing Optimal Experiences:


If you have any difficulties purchasing or viewing this event, please email [email protected] and copy us at [email protected], and Vimeo Support will get it working for you.

Contact: Concept: Synergy by phone at 407/401-8990, by mail at P.O. Box 1789, Sonoma, CA 95476 or email us at: [email protected], Visa, Mastercard, and Discover welcome. Credit card reservations please call: 1-800-678-2356

Online Registration using AMEX, PayPal, Visa, MasterCard, or Discover is available on our shopping cart.

Gift Certificates from Concept: Synergy … Gift certificates in any denomination for recordings and seminars and our streaming service are available from the Concept: Synergy office. Please call us at 1-800/678-2356 if you’d like to give one as a gift. 

Lazaris holds seminars primarily in Los Angeles and San Francisco, California with other special locations sometimes added into the schedule each year.  In addition to the seminars, there are new recordings released throughout the year. Currently, the Lazaris Material has more than 400 releases available in many formats, including downloads, CDs, DVDs, books and a streaming subscription service. Please visit our website and Online Store for more information http://shop.lazaris.com/







Join Us This Evening for FREE JingJu Opera

With the National Taiwan College of Performing Arts 

This traditional form of Chinese Opera combines music, dance, mime, and acrobatics through storytelling. This year’s performance will include 5 pieces sure to delight audience members of all ages.

Tonight (08/25) at 7:30pm
A reception will follow for a meet & greet with the performers. 

Performances include:
Steal Box 
Remember for 18 Miles
Fighting in a Restaurant

“The Dance from the Heaven” (Traditional Chinese Classical Dance)
Three Forks in a Road

 Tuesday, August 30th starting at 6:00pm

Uptown Parks 



Happy Hour
Thursday, August 25, 2016
5:00 – 8:00 pm
Location: Brazwell’s Premium Pub – 
631 S Main St, Greenville, SC 29601

Stop by an informal happy hour to start the weekend off right with some of your new classmates! You can bring your friends, family, significant other, etc…


Blood Drive

Monday, September 19, 2016
12:00 – 6:00 pm 
5th Floor of the ONE Building

Help save a life and donate. Someone needs a blood transfusion every 2 seconds. Every 1 in 10 patients entering the hospital will need  blood. One blood donation can save up to 3 lives!

J. Crew Sale for Clemson Students 
August 27-30th 
700- Haywood Rd (Haywood Mall)  

Football Home Game Tickets 


 Reserve your Troy  student game tickets Sunday 8/28  from 6:00pm – 12:00 am during the Graduate school ticket distribution time window. 

If you want to reserve your ticket to sit with other MBA Students during the game, reserve it in the “Lower B” section.

Click HERE to get your tickets. If you haven’t registered yet on the ticket website, you’ll need to use your CUID number with a 1 instead of the C.

Tailgating: MBASA will be hosting a tailgate for every home game that is open to all MBA, MBAe, MBA BA students and alumni. We’d love to have you stop by to join us! We will be sending more information out in the next few days on the tailgating location and details for the Troy  game.


Additional Information from the Clemson Athletic Ticketing Office about the New Ticket Football Distribution Policy: 
Below you will find a detailed weekly distribution schedule. Hours of distribution are subject to availability and it is suggested you sign in as soon as your window opens for the best opportunity to get a ticket. If you are unable to select a ticket during your scheduled time, you will have the opportunity to sign in in during any subsequent distribution time. (Collegiate Club members would be able to sign in Sunday afternoon or based on their class rank.

Each week students will have the opportunity to sign into the online system based on their IPTAY Collegiate Club membership or by class ranking 2 weeks prior to kickoff. 

Collegiate Club – Sunday: 12:00 pm until 6:00 pm
Graduate Students (9 hours or more) – Sunday: 6:00 pm until 12:00 am


Aug. 28th – Sept. 2th Troy
Sept. 4th – Sept. 9th South Carolina State
Sept. 18th – Sept. 23rd Louisville
Oct. 2th – Oct. 7th NC State
Oct. 23rd – Oct. 28th Syracuse
Oct. 30th – Nov. 4th Pittsburgh
Nov. 13th – Nov. 18th South Carolina
Collegiate Club (click here for more information) Sunday: 12:00 pm until 6:00 pm
Graduate Students (9 hours or more) Sunday: 6:00 pm until 12:00 am
Seniors (90 hours or more) Monday: 12:00 pm until 6:00 pm
Juniors (60 to 89 hours) Monday: 6:00 pm until 12:00 am
Sophomores Tuesday: 12:00 pm until 6:00 pm
Freshmen Tuesday: 6:00 pm until 12:00 am

Textbook Exchange 

In search of textbooks for the semester? Check out the MBA textbook exchange. 


Coffee with an Alumni


Alumni Engagement is seeking to connect current MBA students to Clemson MBA alumni. Students will be matched with an Alumni working in the same field of interest and meet over coffee. Students will get a chance to build their professional network and ask any questions regarding career paths, job searches, etc. If you are interested in being matched with an alumni, please fill out the Google form. Coffee with an Alumni will begin in September.



Mentoring Opportunity 

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Out with the old, and in with the new! The Office of Service Learning now has a new name, vision, and location! We are now called the Center for Community & Civic Engagement (CCCE), located in 301 Hayes Hall! 

Upcoming Community and Civic Engagement Opportunities
  1. 2016 Bronx Trip
  2. Global Responses to 9/11 and the War on Terror Conference
  3. Bowling Green Community Meeting
  4. Expand Your Horizons Fair
  5. Project Connect
  6. Black Swamp Festival
  7. Propel Ohio
  8. Government & Public Policy Internship
Ongoing Community and Civic Engagement Opportunities
  1. Make a Difference, Volunteer with Kindred Hospice
  2. Wood Lane Residential Services Volunteer Opportunity
  3. America Reads
Welcome Back!

What: The Bronx trip will allow you to see great art, discover the city of New York, learn about community-based issues, and grassroots solutions to poverty and racism while earning three credit hours! To learn more check outthis flyer!
When: To learn more, attend an informational meeting on Thursday, August 25th or September 1st at 9pm!
Where: Kreischer Compton Building (Arts Village)
Contact: If you have any questions contact Megan Sutherland via email or at 419-341-0164 

What: In commemoration of the 15th anniversary of the World Trade Center Attacks of September 11, 2001 BGSU will be hosting an all day conference. This conference will focus on the global responses to 9/11 and the war on terror through media, literary, and film. The keynote speaker is Professor Jeffrey Brown. 
WhenFriday, September 9th from 8am to 9pm 
Where: Bowen Thompson Student Center Rooms 102 & 207
Contact: Khani Begum, Associate Professor of English via email

What: Be part of the process of developing a Community Action Plan for Bowling Green that will shape the future of Bowling Green’s neighborhoods. Check out this flyer for more info!
WhenTuesday, August 30th from 6:30-8:00pm
Where: Crim Elementary 1020 Scott Hamilton Ave
Contact: For more information please contact Heather Sayler, Planning Department via email or at 419-354-6218

What: Project Connect is a one-day, one-stop event designed to provide hospitality and access to services for everyone in our community. Over 250 volunteers are needed to serve as hosts to escort the guest, food service volunteers, general volunteers, and volunteers to help clean up! Please click here to register!
When: Wednesday, October 19th from 9:00am until 3:00pm
Where: St. Mark’s Lutheran Church, 315 S. College, in BG
Contact: Click Here to email for more info!

What: Ranked the #1 Arts Festival in Ohio by Ohio Magazinereaders , The Black Swap Arts Festival is an all-volunteer fine arts and music festival. If you would like to sign up to become a volunteer click here!  This is a great way to get involved with the community!  
When: Labor day weekend 
Where: Downtown BG

What: Volunteers are needed to:

  • provide companionship to Hospice patients in local nursing homes 
  • read or sing to the patients 
  • help with administration needs
  • provide spiritual comfort through prayer and hymns 

They have patients throughout the Toledo, Bowling Green, and Findlay area. A satisfactory background check and TB test are required (all expenses will be covered by Kindred Hospice) as well as completing volunteer training.
WhenEvery Monday-Friday (based on your availability) anytime 8am-8pm
Where: 1900 Indian Wood Circle, Maumee, Ohio 43537
Contact: Tiffany Ford via email or at 419-887-7600

What: Wood Lane is looking for someone who speaks Mandarin Chinese who is willing to spend time with a young lady who has developmental disabilities. For more information about this opportunity follow this link!
WhenLate afternoons or early evenings with a time commitment of 2 hours a month (based on your availability)
Where: Wood Lane Residential Services, Bowling Green, Ohio
Contact: Marte Sprg at 419-353-9577

What: Are you looking for a opportunity to work with children? America Reads is a Federal Work Study job that provides opportunities for university students of all majors to tutor children within our surrounding school districts.Tutors determine their own work schedule and must have blocks of time within the spring class schedule to work.
The base pay scale is $8.50, a tutor who is willing to drive others to a school in BG are paid $9.25 per hour and a tutor who is willing to drive others to a school outside of BG are paid $12.50 per hour
Contact: For more information contact Marty Sears, Coordinator of America Reads via email

Quote of the Week

“We rise by lifting others”
-Robert Ingersoll

Community Partner


Beach House is a Goal Directed Living Program which provides residents with food, clothing referrals, personal hygiene items, transportation, a healthy, secure living environment.

Click Here for more info

CCCE Weekly Highlight 


Would your organization or group benefit from learning how to use volunteer opportunities to further one’s career, social justice issues, strategies for reflection, and community organizations in Northwest Ohio? The Civic Action Leaders are here to help!

Click Here for more info!


Wednesday, Sept. 14, 2016

9:30 a.m. – 3:30 p.m.

Bowen-Thompson Student Union

At Expand Your Horizons you will find information about the following: 

  • Community-based learning 
  • Volunteer opportunities 
  • Education Abroad
  • Internships, co-ops and practicums
  • Post-graduate Opportunities
  • Public Policy Projects
  • Undergraduate research/scholarly/creative opportunities in all disciplines
  • STEM education opportunities
  • Scholarships

Students who attend the Fair will be eligible to win one of the following prizes:

  • 5 piece luggage set
  • $600 plane ticket voucher for an Education Abroad experience
  • Free Bowling Green Alternative Break trip* 

(*recipient must apply for an be accepted for a trip to receive fee waiver)

Click Here for more info!

Propel Ohio

What: Propel Ohio is a leadership program on behalf of Sherrod Brown that promotes civic engagement and inspires undergraduate students to grow into civic leaders in Ohio The deadline to apply is Friday, September 16th! Click here for application!

When: October 14th 

Where: University of Dayton
Contact: If you have any questions please contact Megan Sigler via email or Dr. V. Jane Rosser via email

Government & Public Policy Internship

What: Bowling Green City Councilman Daniel Gordon is offering internships in applied policy work for the 2016 fall semester.  Core responsibilities include researching new innovations in public policy being tested in cities across the nation, and evaluating those ideas for possible implementation in Bowling Green.

Positions include:

–       Constituent Outreach Liaison

–       Economic Policy Research Aide

–       Environmental Policy Research Aide

–       Housing Policy Research Aide

–       Social Policy Research Aide

–       Transportation/Infrastructure Policy            Research Aide

These internships are especially relevant for students who are studying political science; law; women’s, gender, and sexuality studies; environmental studies; economics; sociology; philosophy; social work; communications; public administration; and similar fields. Interns may also receive academic credit for their internships if applicable and approved by their advisor(s).
When: Applications for fall potions will be accepted until September 1st at 5pm. Applicants should send resume and a brief statement of interest, along with question.
Contact: If you have any questions and to submit your resume and brief response please email Councilman Daniel Gordon here!

Additional Opportunity

Click here to view the BG Municipal and BG Action Group Information for 2016!




ICS Weekly Announcements – 26 August 2016

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uKNIGHTed Friday is TODAY!
Show your school spirit and wear your Spirit Shirt today, August 26th for our first uKNIGHTed Friday of the year! Shirts are $12 each. For more info, see Coach Bandy.

*Spirit Shirts may be worn with jeans.

Elementary StuCo Election Speeches
All elementary parents, come join us for our Student Council speeches today, August 26th from 8-8:45am in the gym.
MAP Testing for K-8th Grade
Your child's attendance on their designated testing days is very important, and your child's health and well-being is important. Please ensure that your child is well and getting adequate sleep and nutrition. Elementary parents, please look for information from teachers concerning designated testing dates.
School Pictures
Students may wear dressy free dress on their assigned day. Dress code rules apply.

Saturday the 27th: Senior photos
Monday the 29th: K4-1st, Seniors, Middle School & Siblings. Family photos will be on Monday after school until 7:50pm.
Tuesday the 30th: 2nd-5th & 9th-11th

WyldLife Carnival
All middle schoolers are invited to join us for our first WyldLife event of the year on Saturday, August 27th from 11am-1pm on campus. Please RSVP or ask any questions to David Bendewald at [email protected].
Bake Sale
Our first Bake Sale of the year will be on Friday, September 2nd. All parents are encouraged to bring in baked good (homemade or purchased) that *must be nut-free*, and bring it to the PTF cottage during drop-off on Friday, September 2nd. For any questions, please contact Ashley at [email protected]&nbsp;
High School Back to School Event
All high schoolers are invited to come join us for our Back to School Event on Friday, September 2nd from 3:30pm-4:45pm. Come meet at the MS basketball court. See you there!
Shoeboxes for India
Fill a shoebox and bring it and $10 (for shipping) to the Academic Office by September 30th or earlier! All shoeboxes will be donated to the Shalom Foundation in India. For more info, see the Academic Office or your Student Council representative.


Important Notice: Attendance
Parents & guardians of high school students must contact the Front Office no later than 9am if you know that your students will arrive after 8:20am. A detention will be issued if no communication is received by then.

Emergency/Student Information Forms
Parents, please turn these in to the Front Office. Without these forms, your child will be unable to join their class field trips.



HS Parent Info Meeting
You are invited to attend a information night in regards to your student's academic year. This is a wonderful opportunity to meet Mrs. Thompson personally as their new academic counselor, in addition to receiving vital key information regarding their path towards graduation. Join us for the following dates from 7-8pm in the MPR:
  • 10th Grade Parents Meeting – Tuesday, August 30th
  • 11th Grade Parents Meeting – Monday, August 29th


First Aid Volunteers
We are in great need of volunteers to help provide first aid during athletic games. All training will be provided. Please get in touch with our Nurse's Office for more details at [email protected].  


We Need Substitute Teachers!
Are you interested in joining our team as a substitute teacher? Please send your resume to Rachel Berry at [email protected].


PTF Happenings
1. Room Parent Information Meeting on Friday, August 26th at 9-10am in the PTF Cottage. Parents who have signed up or would like to sign up as a room parent please attend. Contact Kimi Crestetto: [email protected]

2. Korean Fellowship Welcome Lunch on Friday, September 2nd, 1:30-3pm in the PTF Cottage. Contact Sally Kim: [email protected]

3. Come join us for the PTF Bible Study 'The Power of a Positive Mom' by Karol Ladd every Tuesday starting on August 30th at 1pm. Contact Terri Crabtree: [email protected]

4. Join us for weekly Zumba classes on Tuesdays at 8:30am in the PTF cottage. Contact Amy Weaver: [email protected]

5. Join us for Mom-to-Mom Prayer Meeting on Wednesdays at 8:30am in the PTF cottage. Contact Kim Hane: [email protected]

6. Please "like" our PTF Facebook page to check out the latest PTF news!


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Save The Date for special Simpleview Extranet training on September 12, 2016

The Simpleview Extranet has been upgraded and redesigned. Save the date on your calendar for a special training session to learn how best to take advantage of the new interface. The training will take place at Hilton Hotel in downtown Shreveport. Hotel partners will meet from 9:30-11:30 a.m. Attractions, restaurants and events partners will meet from 1-3 p.m. Free self-parking is available. Valet parking is $10.

RSVP today to 318-222-9391.

Visitors’ Guide Ad Reservations
Due by Sept. 30

The Shreveport-Bossier Convention and Tourist Bureau is taking space reservations for the 2017 Official Visitors’ Guide to Shreveport-Bossier, Louisiana. This publication is the primary fulfillment piece for visitor inquiries. A minimum of 90,000 guides are printed annually and distributed to visitors in hotels and visitor centers across the state of Louisiana, as well as distributed regionally and nationally. 

For the first time, the bureau will be offering paid ad placement on our website Shreveport-Bossier.org. Only businesses that purchase advertising in the 2017 Official Visitors’ Guide to Shreveport-Bossier, Louisiana will be eligible to purchase advertising on the website.
The visitor guide is second only to personal recommendations from friends and relatives in its influence on a visitor’s trip.
Advertisers will also be included in the online guide. Ad sales close on Friday, Sept. 30. Click here to download the 2017 rate card. To reserve ad space, contact Hollie Fritz, sales representative, at 318-470-6661 or [email protected].





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SBFunGuide.com is an online events calendar. Please use it often to help your visitors discover what’s happening while they are in town. If you have an event that you would like promoted, please submit an event here.

The Home Team: When We Were Kings with Tim Dement
Robinson Film Center

The Ark-La-Tex Music Heritage Festival
Red River District

The Turnpike Troubadours Concert
The Stage

Heels and Reels: (500) Days of Summer
Robinson Film Center

Adults Day Out at Red River Brewing Co.
Red River Brewing Co.

Public Ice Skating
Hirsch Memorial Coliseum
Through 12/31/2016

Shreveport Art Club’s 95th Annual Juried Show
Louisiana State Exhibit Museum
Through 9/2/2016

A Beautiful Planet
Sci-Port Discovery Center
Through 8/30/2016

2016 Thoroughbred Racing Season
Harrah’s Louisiana Downs
Through 9/24/2016

Secrets of a Restaurant Chef
Crescent City Bistro
Every Monday and Tuesday

Shreveport Farmers’ Market Summer 2016
Shreveport Farmers’ Market
Every Saturday through August 27

Bossier City Farmers Market
Bossier City Farmers’ Market
Every Saturday through November 19

Free Brewery Tour at Great Raft Brewing
Great Raft Brewing
Every Saturday

Flying Heart Brewing Tour
Flying Heart Brewing
Every Sunday

In Town This Week

2016 CABOSA Cup
8/26/2016 – 8/28/2016

2016 Awards Banquet Sysco Food Service
8/27/2016 – 8/28/2016

Sharon’s Tours – Gaming Tour
8/28/2016 – 8/30/2016

ETBU vs. TCU Hockey Match
8/29/2016 – 8/30/2016

Sharon’s Tours – Gaming Tour
9/1/2016 – 9/3/2016

iFlyh2o Water Sports
2016 Louisiana National Hydroflight Competition

9/1/2016 – 9/5/2016

2016 Powerboat Nationals
9/1/2016 – 9/6/2016

2016 LA Hydroflight Invitational
9/2/2016 – 9/5/2016







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