Cab discusses Homecoming events

Voting for Homecoming royalty concluded Wednesday, Sept. 20th, with the announcement of Homecoming royalty coming at halftime of the football game. Coronation of the top five candidates was Wednesday and they are required to dress formally for the football game. Bedsheet voting closed Wednesday Sept. 20th and winners of the bedsheet contest will be responsible for putting their bedsheets up at the Homecoming football game, and taking them down after the game.
The Homecoming parade starts at 9:30 a.m. and floats will meet on 12th St. at 9 a.m. There is a free movie night Sunday, Sept. 24th. Watch social media for movie announcements.
If you are interested in being part of the Spring Daze committee, their first meeting will be on Sunday, Sept. 24th at 4 p.m. in the Student Senate office. A general assembly will be held Oct. 3rd at 6 p.m. in the ballroom. Attendance for this meeting is required for all clubs and will include NSSE and FSSE discussions.
There will not be a CAB meeting on Sept. 26th, because of the length of the general assembly. TV advertisements for clubs need to be sent to CAB on a power point. A meeting was held Tuesday morning for club advisors and new representatives to help prepare for the upcoming year.
“I really appreciate the opportunity visiting with folks, especially about the value of the importance of their adviser and especially in this day in age of litigation” said advisor Pat Beu. There is another meeting at 11 a.m. on Thursday, Sept. 22nd and any representatives and advisers that missed the last meeting are encouraged to attend.
In another matter, the planetarium will be renamed the Lois Veath Planetarium. Dr. Veath was a professor and a vice president at CSC and served on the Nebraska State College System Board of Trustees.
The ceremonial groundbreaking of the stadium will take place after the homecoming football game. Jacob Rissler of the Foundation office talked about the fundraising policy saying that, “Clubs need to fill out forms for the Foundation before fundraising.” He also stressed the importance of not asking businesses for money when fundraising, but instead asking for goods or services. Selling advertising or giving a business a service in exchange for money is acceptable. Talk to the Foundation office for more questions about fundraising.

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