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Turkey Bowling and Food Drive
Yes, we know it is past Thanksgiving, but who doesn't like bowling? The ATI Community Council invites you to join us in the Community Room tomorrow, Nov. 29, from 5-7 PM. To participate in the Turkey Bowling, please bring two items to be donated to ...
Carve an OSU pumpkin!
Download this carving pattern to create your own Buckeye-inspired pumpkin! https://www.osu.edu/alumni/activities-and-events/digital-downloads/digital-downloads-pumpkin-carvings.html ...
make sure you sign up for at least one event to get your scorecard, this is how we will keep track of ... on your friends! Thursday and Friday's events start at 4 pm in the Community Room and ... Saturday's events start at 1 pm. (Truck show meets in the Skou Parking lot Friday) Planning on entering the ...
can find useful information about starting a new club, reporting a club event or activity, and more! ...
Autumn Leaf "Stained Glass"
Join ATI's Caroline Georskey in a fun and creative activity using beautiful fall leaves from around campus. ...
(Columbus) Camila Carvalho, Events Lead Wooster PhD, Plant Pathology (Wooster) Anmol Kaur Gill, Events Lead ...
Ohio State Faculty, Students Share Racial Justice Work at Symposium
positive social change. The event was held Oct. 12 at the Fawcett Center, and OSU Extension, Family and ...
CFAES Wooster Arts and Crafts Fair
The CFAES Wooster Arts and Crafts Fair will be December 2, 2022! If you're interested in being a vendor please email email@example.com for the registration form! Booth spaces are $5 for students and free for student clubs. All others are $10 p ...
With winter around the corner, it is time to think about moving indoors for some fun and exercise. Weekly on Wednesdays over the noon hour, the ATI gym will be made available for anyone interested in some pick-up basketball. Come check us out and enjoy ge ...
Breast Cancer Awareness Fundraiser
pie(s) and have fun The event will take place on Tuesday, October 25th from 6-7 PM in the Community ...