JLab Golf League Forming for 2016 Season; Interested Golfers to Meet on Feb. 22
The Jefferson Lab Golf League is open to all current staff, retirees, users, and their spouses. All levels of play are welcomed.
Individuals interested in joining the league may subscribe to this email list: email@example.com. To subscribe to the list, copy and paste this link into your browser: https://mailman.jlab.org/mailman/listinfo/Jlab-9hgl
A 2016 season organizational meeting will be held on Monday, Feb. 22, in CEBAF Center, Room F113, from 12 p.m.-noon to 1 p.m. No food will be served at the meeting, but attendees are welcome to bring their lunch or purchase something from the cafeteria.
The agenda for the meeting will cover:
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Jefferson Lab Exceeds Goal for January Blood Drive
Jefferson Lab donors made a significant contribution to the American Red Cross with the January 26 Blood Drive! A total of 40 productive pints were collected, exceeding our goal of 38.
I would like to extend a sincere thank you to everyone who participated with this blood drive and congratulate you for a job well done! We hope you will consider participating in future blood drives; the next blood drive will be in April.
Johnie B. Banks, CMA, COHC
JAG Dog Training Club to Kick off New Session at the Feb. 9 Science Series Talk; Training classes to Begin on Feb. 23
The JAG Dog Training Club will kick off its 2016 Therapy Dog/Canine Good Citizen class on Tuesday, February 9, at the special Science Series Lecture, "What Every Dog Should Know About Quantum Physics." No dogs at the lecture please!
The Science Education Dept. has invited Chad Orzel, a popular science writer and assistant professor in the Department of Physics and Astronomy at Union College in upstate New York, to lecture at the lab. In addition to teaching and doing research at Union, he contributes physics-oriented articles to the Forbes blog http://www.forbes.com/sites/chadorzel/ and has written three books. Two of the books explain modern physics through imaginary conversations with his German shepherd, Emmy.
No dogs at the Science Series lecture. Training classes with dogs will begin on Tuesday, February 23, at 7 p.m. in the Support Service Center lobby, Building 28.
For more information about the JAG Dog Training Club, contact Joyce Miller at ext. 7163 or email@example.com.
Retrieve Jackets, Acer Tablet, Glasses, Other Items from Lost and Found
The CEBAF Center Reception Desk also serves as the Jefferson Lab Lost and Found collection point. If you notice a likely “lost” item, please turn it in to the CEBAF Center receptionist. Let the receptionist know when and where it was “found” and any other potentially useful information. The Lost and Found currently has a man’s, black synthetic zipper jacket that was left in ARC Conference Room 231 in November; a size 44-short, tan corduroy sports jacket; and an Acer tablet that was discovered at the back of the CC auditorium in June. The Lost and Found also currently includes several pairs of glasses and other small items.
Visit the CEBAF Center Reception Desk, 8 a.m. – 5 p.m., Monday through Friday, to claim lost items.
The Accelerators Musical Ensemble Seeks Musicians/Vocalists
Attention: All JLab musicians and vocalists (any level, any musical genre, any instrument). The JAG Music Club is interested in forming a musical entertainment ensemble.
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