I have recently put up some tips about how to save water and why in the restroom. Please take a few minutes to read it the next time you are in there brushing your teeth or washing your hands.
Wednesday Night at 6:30 PM, Joshua, Matthew, Jacob and myself went to Wilgus to enjoy some chocolate chip pancakes with Wilgus. Even though it was supper time, I used this time to explain how important a good breakfast is for starting out the day.
Tuesday Night, Dr. Cummings stopped by McGregor for an hour to talk about her experience with the FE and PE exams. (Fundamentals of Engineering and Professional Engineering) This was a great opportunity to learn from someone who has taken and passed the exams. We also had plenty of pizza, ice cream, and pop to enjoy.
Thursday night we had a nerf war in McGregor’s Diner. We played several games such as team death match, capture the flag, and 3 team death match. The losers of each round had the choice of doing 10 pushups, 15 situps or 20 jumping jacks.
Do you wish you didn’t have to take your recycling out as often? Well, now there is a solution for that! Cans for the Cure is a nonprofit organization that will service cancer research and the eventual cure for cancer by collecting aluminum cans around the University of Wisconsin-Platteville and exchanging them for money at certain recycling facilities. The money received from these cans will be donated to multiple cancer charities.
They have a can box located in our kitchen next to the compost bucket. Please donate any aluminum cans you have to help out this great cause!
I hope everyone who joined here in McGregor and over in Wilgus enjoyed our trip to Dubuque for the Haunted House. This was a great time to have the stresses from studying scared out of us and have some fun! As always, if you have an idea for a future program, let me know and I’ll work on getting it set up!
These door decs were put up to help support the blood drive. I hope you found these door decs useful last week as a resource of the times and days to donate blood.