ScrabbleScrabble Game enthusiasts are invited to the Scrabble Club of Niagara which meets every Tuesday from 7-10 p.m. in the hall at La Residence Apartment Building, 321 Carlton Street, St. Catharines.
Admission is $1 and players bring their own boards, if possible. All levels of players, and all ages, are welcome. For details, phone Jenny at (905) 687-6830.
Website Manager needed
The Niagara Indie FilmFest is looking for someone to perform occasional changes and updates to its Web site. NIFF is a volunteer run organization however, membership does have its priveledges. If interested contact Rob at 688-5550 ext. 3998 or email@example.com
Career Services is pleased to present…CANADA CAREER WEEK, November 5-9,
10:00-2:00 daily Visit our display booth
Wednesday…Phys. Ed. Complex
Get up to date career information such as what types of jobs you can get with your degree. The Resume Doctor will also be available to look at your resume and “prescribe” practical solutions. Drop by our booth or our office in ST411 and enter a draw to win a $300 Mp3 Player donated by the Brock Bookstore. See you there!
ACE Brock business card service
How is that amazing contact going to get a hold of you? Every student looking for networking opportunities, volunteer or employment, should have a personal business card. Homemade cards look shabby.
Print shop prices are beyond the student budget. ACE Brock has got your solution! Print shop quality with student prices and you don’t have to buy 500 at a time.
You choose between 6 designs and 2 types of card stock. The cost is $2.00 for a sheet of 10 and a $3.00 layout fee.
If you are interested in this service please contact ACE Brock at 905-688-5550 ex4412 or firstname.lastname@example.org. We are in Taro 344 if you want to stop by.
Financial Peer Assistance
This is a FREE service offered to students by the Financial Aid Office and the Student Development Center..
A Peer Assistant can help you by:
• Reviewing your financial situation
• Exploring your options
• Pointing you in the right direction
Just call the Student Development Center at ext. 3240 (ST 400) to book an appointment.
Civic Responsibility Club
Will club members who have not yet signed the BUSU waiver form please contact Ron Walker, president at rw94ba@badger
Are you interested in freedom and democracy?
The Common Front on the WTO cross country caravan is coming to Niagara.
Nov. 13, 11 a.m. – 2:30 p.m. in the Pond Inlet refectory, Brock University. Panellists: Mchael C., Marjory McPherson, Aleyamma Antony and John A. Dawson with a multimedia presentation on the WTO followed by open discussion.
Canadian Authors Association (Niagara Branch)
Sunday, November 11 – 2 to 5 p.m. – Poetry Writers Group at the home of Alice Pilkey, 5047 McCrea Street, Niagara Falls. Poets bring several copies of their poetry for the group to discuss and critique. Visitors are welcome for three meetings before they are expected to become CAA members. Call Elizabeth Glenny at 905-871-4276 for more information.
Tuesday, November 13 – 7:30 p.m. – Titanic Talk & Workshop – A local expert on nautical disasters, Fred Garneau will discuss the sinking of the Titanic and its historical significance. Writer Alan Marcus will then conduct several writing exercises using this same historical context. Call Evan Kenney at 905-734-7180 for more information. Thorold Library.
Brain Injury Community Re-Entry
Is seeking volunteersvolunteers for driving and friendly visiting. Learn new skills and about brain injury. Call (905) 687-6788 ext. 113.
Canadian Mental Health Association
The Niagara District Health Council is looking for volunteers to serve on its Mental Health Committee, and in the following categories: Consumers, Family Members, Mental Health Service Providers, and Community Members.
For further details call the Health Council Office at 905-682-7000 or e-mail email@example.com.
Community Support Services
Are looking for volunteers throughout Niagara. Call 905-892-7779