Questions? email Leyla_Hawkins@yahoo.com or call 614-847-9132.
Popular Buckeye Historian Jack Park will be our guest speaker at the Franklin County OSU Alumni Club annual banquet on Thursday, May 11. The banquet will recognize our newest scholarship winner and celebrate the accomplishments of the club throughout the past year.
The registration deadline has now passed. Questions? Please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
If you are unable to help us serve, but you wish to contribute to the lunch, then sponsoring a food item is the easy way to go! Various donation amounts will help us supply a healthy lunch of sandwiches, salads, fruit, and beverages. Choose an item to sponsor and send us your corresponding gift – we will do the shopping!
Saturday, March 11: we will assist Operation Buckeye with packing their boxes that are shipped to United States military personnel all over the world. Operation Buckeye has shipped over 30,000 boxes of “wish list” items over the years, to bring a touch of home and brighten the day of our soldiers everywhere. To learn more about this program and what they do for our soldiers, visit www.OperationBuckeye.org.
To participate in this event, please call or email Ron Kenat. He will add you to the list and we will send you directions to the facility and the specific times to be there.
Come to the December gathering of the Franklin County OSU Alumni Club for our annual holiday party and “White Elephant” Gift Exchange! Its always a great time as treasures change hands many times, and everyone competes to take home the perfect gift.
Mark your calendar for Tuesday, December 6, at 7:00 pm for a festive evening. (There will be a brief club meeting at 6 pm, prior to the party.) It will be held at the Columbus Italian Club, 1739 N. High Street in Grandview.
Dinner will be served ($7/person) and a cash bar available (very reasonable rates!). Please bring a salad or dessert to share! To participate in the gift exchange, bring a wrapped gift.
Deadline to sign up was Dec 2
Questions? Call Leyla at 614-847-9132 or email email@example.com.
Did you get too much candy when you went trick-or-treating? Or do you have leftovers because not enough children came to visit you? We have a great use for these goodies!!
The Franklin County OSU Alumni Club will be putting together goodie bags again this year for a group of students in one of the dorms. Candy, gum, pencils, any little trinkets you think a college kid would appreciate while studying for fall semester exams — bring them to us!
We will collect items at our November meeting, or you can contact us to arrange a drop off or pick up. Then we’ll choose a night to pack the bags, and another night to deliver them to the dorms.
You are welcome to participate in any of the three steps — gathering supplies, packing the bags, or delivering. Just email us at firstname.lastname@example.org and let us know what you can do.
Two of our scholarship recipients will be participating in this project, so its a great opportunity for you to get to meet some great students!
Contact today and let us know what you can do!
opportunity to participate in the Buckeye Book Community for this summer/fall.
If you are interested in participating, please contact Jessica
Kohlschmidt by email at email@example.com or by phone at 614-946-2614 to
obtain a copy of this year’s book.
A full description of
the reading program is below, along with a synopsis of the book itself, and an
opportunity to attend the author’s presentation on campus. The group
discussion will be held on campus with a selected group of students, prior to
the author’s appearance. It is a great way to connect with the incoming
books at the alumni club meeting on July 13. If you cannot
attend, you can make other arrangements with her to obtain one.
their first college assignment by participating in the Buckeye Book Community;
they are given a selected book during orientation. Upper
class students, staff and faculty are also encouraged to read the book, and we
want to offer this book opportunity to you all, as part of our Buckeye
Community as well!
kids named Wes Moore were born blocks apart within a year of each other. Both
grew up fatherless in similar Baltimore neighborhoods and had difficult
childhoods; both hung out on street corners with their crews; both ran into
trouble with the police. How, then, did one grow up to be a Rhodes Scholar,
decorated veteran, White House Fellow, and business leader, while the other
ended up a convicted murderer serving a life sentence? Wes Moore, the
author of this fascinating book, sets out to answer this profound question. In
alternating narratives that take readers from heart-wrenching losses to moments
of surprising redemption, tells the story of a generation
discussion with a group of students during early Fall semester. If you request
a book from us, we would like you to participate in the discussion group as
well. If you have any questions, please contact Jessica.