Thursday, February 2, 2012

Chili cookoff, jewelry exchange to raise money for CTIE

A total of $335 was raised during the annual chili cookoff Thursday, Feb. 2, to benefit CTIE in Narobi.

First place went to Terrie Lueck, conferencing and camps; second place went to Tracy Lehnertz, academic affairs; and third place went to Valerie (and Lane) Robeson, Social Science.

A huge thanks go to the 12 chili contestants and to this year’s judges: Phil Gaddis, security; Darlene Paulson, Toner Student Center; and Nick Lemmer, Marketing & Communication.

Don’t forget that another opportunity to support CTIE is right around the corner. The SMU community will have an opportunity to buy and recycle some bling Feb. 10.

Donate any good, usable jewelry, belts, purses and scarves to the Business Office by Monday, Feb. 6.

Then, come shopping for a good cause. The sale will be held at the first floor of Saint Mary’s Hall from 8 to 11 a.m. on Friday, Feb. 10.

The Volunteer Committee thanks you for all your support!