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Townhall becomes Haunted

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Screen shot 2012-09-17 at 9.38.36 AMAssociated Students, Inc. offers information and fun at this semester’s first Townhall Event. The event will be held on October 31st from 10 a.m. to 12 p.m. in the ASI Hot Spot. The ASI A-Team is billing it as a Haunted Town Hall.

This event will allow you to engage with the Board of Directors. You will have the opportunity to play some fun games and enjoy the Halloween festivities.

Come put your personal touch on a mini-pumpkin, while you are enjoying Jamba Juice and pizza, and listening to spooky music. The best pumpkin wins a prize. Don’t forget to come in costume. There will be extra points for originality.

ASI encourages all students and Sacramento community members to attend.

ASI also needs volunteers to decorate! On 9/29 from 9am-12pm, the Hot Spot needs volunteers to get a spooky spin! Join the VIP Program and volunteer today!

For more information, contact ASI A-Team at 916-278-4241.

About ASI Student Government

Associated Students, Inc., Board of Directors serves as the official governing body of Sacramento State students. It is comprised of a variety of students elected by the student body during the spring semester. Positions include President, Executive Vice President, Vice President of Finance, Vice President of University Affairs, Vice President of Academic Affairs, and a Board of directors from a range of different colleges on campus. The College Directors include representatives from Arts & Letters, Education, Business, Engineering and Computer Science, Natural Sciences and Mathematics, Social Sciences and Interdisciplinary Studies, Health and Human Services, Graduate, and Undeclared. The Board meets regularly to discuss issues facing the student body, and participation by the greater student community is highly encouraged.

About ASI

Associated Students, Inc., serves as the official governing body of Sacramento State students and through operation and sponsorship of programs and services meets the varied needs of students. ASI provides experiential education, leadership opportunities, student representation, various business and recreational services, campus life programs and activities that support the campus and greater Sacramento community. This is achieved through: integrity, teamwork, commitment, passion, purposefulness, community support, excellence, service, diversity and professionalism.



When: October 31

Time: 10 a.m. – 12 p.m.

Where: ASI Hot Spot

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