NEWS BRIEFS: Thank Goodness for Staff (and TGFS sports and contests)
April 5, 2016 - accent chair
You don’t have to wait until a vast cruise (Wednesday, May 18) to get into a TGFS spirit. Tennis, volleyball and golf events are scheduled in allege — and sign-ups are underway. The TGFS trademark competition is also underway, not for this year’s event, though for subsequent year’s.
Here’s a outline on a sports events:
- Tennis — As a organizers say, TGFS also stands for Tennis is Good for a Soul! The competition is scheduled to take place during a Marya Welch Tennis Center on Saturday, May 7 (rain date May 14). More information is accessible online.
- Golf — Join your associate staff for a accessible turn of golf during Davis Municipal Golf Course, Saturday, May 7. Check-in 7 a.m., shotgun start 7:30 a.m. Four-person hasten with a blind spook format. Details and registration information are accessible online.
- Volleyball — Back by renouned demand! First day of play is Monday, Apr 11, from 12:10 to 1 p.m. in The Pavilion, top turn west. General information and rules. Fill out a entry form and send it to Dan Colvin by email, firstname.lastname@example.org.
Logo competition — Staff are invited to contention their entrance for subsequent year’s TGFS trademark by 5 p.m. Monday, April 18. Contest manners can be found here. The winning trademark will be printed on a website, T-shirts, buttons and other promotional equipment for TGFS 2017.
Guess a Weight — Be on a surveillance for this year’s print display a organisation of people with a campus column (a Unitrans bus, for example), and start deliberation your theory for a sum weight. Whoever comes closest will win a Southern California vacation with hotel stay.
Spot a Pin — Be certain to wear your Staff Pin to TGFS, because, when a proffer sees we with your pin, you’ll get a raffle ticket. Don’t have a pin? No problem. Buy one during a bookstore or by campus mail for $10. Pin sales support a Staff and Staff Dependant Scholarship Program, plus, with your pin, we can can advantage from a whole raft of on- and off-campus discounts. More information is accessible here.
Be a Soaring to New Heights volunteer
The Soaring to New Heights Committee has put out a call for volunteers for this year’s event, scheduled from 11:15 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. Wednesday, Apr 13, in The Pavilion during a ARC. And note this: If you’re a volunteer, you’ll accept a lunch sheet for this eventuality that is differently sole out (considering a venue can accommodate usually 600 people).
Soaring to New Heights recognizes UC Davis and UC Davis Health System staff members who have demonstrated a joining to farrago and a Principles of Community in a workplace.
People meddlesome in proffer can pointer adult here. Questions? Send an email to Kristina Do-Vu, proffer chair; or Stephanie Hartfield, Soaring to New Heights chair.
Sketch shows Stebbins Cold Canyon assault-robbery suspect
A combination blueprint of a think is now accessible as authorities continue to hunt for a armed male who competence be vital in or nearby UC Davis’ Stebbins Cold Canyon Reserve and who is wanted in tie with an attack and attempted spoliation there on Mar 25.
The Solano County Sheriff’s Department expelled a blueprint on Apr 1 in a renewed interest for a public’s assistance in identifying and-or locating a man. Two days earlier, UC Davis military and healthy haven staff assimilated deputies in acid for a man.
The haven nearby Lake Berryessa, west of Winters, is strictly closed, and has been given glow swept by it final summer, but that isn’t gripping people away. So, if you’re going, beware a assault-robbery think is still during large.
The review began with a news from dual women, ages 59 and 18, who pronounced a male approached them on a route during about 3 p.m., displayed a handgun and forced them to a isolated area. He afterwards assaulted one of a women, demanded income and fled on foot.
The women described a male as Hispanic, about 25 years aged and 5-foot-6, with brief brownish-red hair and no facial hair, or maybe a really light mustache. He spoke in damaged English with a thick accent.
Deputies pronounced they found justification indicating a male competence be vital in a area. They asked people to news any questionable activity, by job a dispatch center, 707-421-7090. (Note: Cellular accepting is ordinarily taken in a ravine area.)
Anyone with information about a case, or who competence know a man’s temperament or whereabouts, is asked to call Detective Andrew Hendrix, 707-784-7058. You can sojourn unknown by job Crime Stoppers, 707-644-STOP (7867).
TANA is in open silkscreen mode
UC Davis’ TANA village art core presents a silkscreen copy proof this week for people meddlesome in participating in a center’s open entertain silkscreen workshop.
The step-by-step demonstration, by Malaquias Montoya, highbrow emeritus and TANA co-founder, is scheduled from 4 to 6 p.m. Wednesday (April 6). Montoya is an emeritus in a Department of Chicana/o Studies, that runs TANA, or Taller Arte del Amanacer (Art Workshop of a New Dawn), during 1224 Lemen Ave., Woodland.
The proof and a seminar are free. TANA binds a silkscreen seminar quarterly for ages 13 and up, enlivening a scrutiny and illustration of culture.