Daily Bulletin

October 10, 2015

Seminary Night Men if you would like to have more information about the pastoral ministry come to Bethany Lutheran Theological Seminary on Sunday night, October 11, 5:30–7:00. Dr. Thomas Kuster will give a presentation entitled The Pastor: a Man of Words, a Man of The Word. There will be food provided.
Tutors Needed Tutors are needed for the following courses: Biology 101 and 151, Religion 209, and Intermediate Algebra. Applications for becoming a tutor are available online under Academic Resources or in Dr. Pfeifer’s office in Old Main 224.
Volunteer Opportunity - Child Care Be a Volunteer Superhero: Washington Elem. School's Parent-Teacher group is seeking child care volunteers on Mon. Oct. 12 @ 6:15-7:30 p.m. The school is just minutes away from BLC on 1100 Anderson Dr. in Mankato. Contact Jennifer Brunz ( jbrunz04@yahoo.com ) to volunteer. This opportunity is open to all BLC majors but you must have a current background check on file. Questions? Contact Mike Butzow ( mbutzow@blc.edu / Old Main 227).
X-terrain Pumpkin Carving Grab your friends and celebrate fall with the X-terrain Outdoor Club. We will be carving pumpkins on Tuesday October 13th at 8 PM in the top floor of Luther Hall. This is a free event, just come and have fun! Questions? Email eandreasen@blc.edu or tmord@blc.edu
Drugs and Dating Come and discuss with Dr. Mears from Christian Family Solutions the current trends in dating, sexuality, and alcohol/drug use in college. This meeting will be in Luther Hall room 300 at 7 pm on October 14.
Corn Maze at Farmamerica Come, if you dare, to the Haunted Corn Maze at Farmamerica! Expanded activities this year include bonfire and music. Vans leave from the Glass Staircase at 6pm (with option of returning at 8:30pm) and 8pm (returning at 10pm) on Friday, October 23. Cost is $5. Sign up and pay at the business office -- even if riding separately!
Proposed BSN Program Information Session Are you thinking about majoring in nursing? Do you want more information about the proposed nursing program in development? Sara Traylor, the director of the nursing program, will hold informational sessions on Advising Day-October 28. Sessions will be at 8:45-9:45 am and 1:15-2:15 pm in Meyer Hall Room 301 with a short presentation and time for Q & A. Sessions are directed towards students but faculty and staff are welcome to attend. Bring your curiosity and questions!
Paid Position at Washington Elementary School Washington Elementary School (about 3 blocks from campus) is seeking college students to do recess supervision. This is a paid position. Candidates can work any combination of days and hours, Monday thru Friday from 11:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m. Contact Principal Shane Baier at 507-345-3059 to apply.