The food-based fundraiser will highlight food insecurity issues in the community Wednesday, Nov. 13, at Homebase College Ministry.
The Governor’s Advisory Council on Hispanic/Latino Affairs supports statewide efforts to promote cooperation and understanding, and provides a forum on issues.
Appointment of a new board member to fill the vacancy will be made by the General Assembly.
The session will provide an opportunity for WCU employees to have a photo made for departmental websites and other official uses.
Dan Grube and Heidi Turlington were recognized and several students won awards during a gathering of the North Carolina Alliance for Athletics, Health, Physical Education, Recreation, Dance and Sport Management.
Attendance of employees at Faculty Senate and Staff Senate meetings is considered work time (university service) with the appropriate approval of the individual’s supervisor.
The one-day workshop will be led by Ricardo Nazario-Colón, WCU’s chief diversity officer.
The twin sisters’ performance and the open jam session that follows will be held at the headquarters for Homebase College Ministry, located on the east side of the WCU campus at 82 Central Drive.
Vidor, a community of some 12,000 people, was hit hard by Tropical Storm Imelda in September, with resulting floodwaters damaging or destroying numerous homes.