UWG Daily Report
Friday, December 6, 2013
• IF . . . you have been told by your health care provider that you are PRE-DIABETIC OR IF . . . you think you are at risk of being PRE-DIABETIC (Take the CDC risk assessment) . . . we have something planned just for YOU!
2014 could be the new year of change! Starting the week of January 6, UWG students, faculty and staff will have an opportunity to participate in the National Diabetes Prevention Program. For the entire semester participants will meet weekly for an hour with a certified Lifestyle Coach. There will be weekly weigh-ins, accountability and group support for achieving a healthier lifestyle. All offered FREE sponsored by Tanner Health System’s Get Healthy – Live Well Community Transformation Grant in partnership with UWG Health Services.
Call or email today to reserve your spot:
Ron King 678-839-4164
Liz Butts 678-839-0642
(IMPORTANT TO CALL OR EMAIL ASAP preferably by December 13 as the participant number is limited! Registered participants will be polled to determine the meeting days and times.)
Don’t miss this opportunity in 2014 to Make a Change for LIFE!
• The Center for Diversity and Inclusion’s First Multicultural Book Discussion for this academic year is scheduled for today at noon in Room 212 East Wing, Row Hall. The book chosen for the first discussion is “The Language of Flowers” by Vanessa Diffenbaugh. The Multicultural Book Discussion is designed to promote intercultural communication, education and awareness through the reading of various books that shed knowledge about disparate cultures. The book discussion is open to the university community. Beverly Dittmer, Counseling Services will lead the discussion. Faculty and Staff are welcome. For more information, please contact the Center for Diversity and Inclusion at 9-5400.
• The Student Professional Association of Georgia Educators at UWG is hosting their semi-annual Scholastic Book Fair. We have books for books for children of all ages. Cultivate a love for reading in your home and in the homes of those you love by giving books this holiday season. The book fair is being held in the main hallway of the Education Center. The book fair is open til 5 pm today.
Your patronage is always appreciated! A portion of this year’s sales will be donated to the Dr. Harry Morgan Early Head Start Center in Carrollton, GA.
• The UWG Wind Ensemble with Josh Byrd, conductor, will perform the final concert of the fall semester on Saturday, December 7, at 7:30 pm. This is our annual Holiday Concert and the evening will be filled with holiday favorites as well as special performances. This concert will take place in the Townsend Center and admission is free.