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B 50 Years Ago at CSI
In June of 1965...
A study conducted by the College President to see if a need exists  locally 
for trained personnel in radio or TV repair, automotive mechanics, body 
and fender, welding, and distributive education.

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50th Anniversary idea to share in eNotes! 

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CCSI Float in the Western Days Parade

Thank you very much to Samra Culum and her group who put together the College of Southern Idaho float for the Western Days parade this last weekend. The float turned out great and was an awesome representation of CSI! The kids all along the route LOVED the CSI stress balls and the band sounded perfect! GO EAGLES!  

You can see more pictures of the parade by searching #csieagles on Facebook and Twitter!

DSummer Assistance in the ADC


The Learning Assistance Center is open for Summer Tutoring and study assistance in a variety of subjects. 


Location: Room 202 of the Gerald R Meyerhoeffer building.

Times: Mon-Thurs 9 am-4 pm; Fri 10 am-2 pm


For more information visit their website by clicking here.

ECSI North Side Gets a New Facebook Page


While you're online check out the new College of Southern Idaho North Side Center Facebook page. They will be posting about new events, activities, and classes that will be held in Gooding at their center or nearby. To check out their new page now click here.

FISU MBA Advising Available

Heidi Wadsworth will be available for advising regarding the on-line ISU MBA Program on June 16th from  9 am-5 pm in Hepworth 144. Please call 736-2101, CSI 2300 or email seipmarg@isu.edu to schedule an appointment. There will also be an informational presentation in the evening from 6-9 in Taylor 276. It is not to late to start classes in the fall. For more information visit their website by clicking here.

GOutdoor Program Upcoming Event


Event: Sunset Paddle

Date:  June 10-July 15
Time: 5:30-8:30 pm


Cost: $5 Full-time students, $10 part-time students plus faculty/staff, $15 community members


Want to spend the evening watching the sun set over the water? Join us as we explore along the Snake River and watch the sunset over the canyon! All gear included! 

For more information about this trip click here. Or, you can visit their website by clicking here
HTWEAKED at the CSI Fine Arts Theatre

TWEAKED Information:


Join Inspirata Dance Project for an evening of carnival inspired movement and fun in the CSI Fine Arts Theatre June 5th @ 7:30 p.m. and June 6th @ 2:00 and 7:30 p.m. See original new works choreographed by company artists Cindy Jones, Kiah Carpenter, Ashley Rivera, and guest artist Julianna Thomas.


Inspirata Dance Project Information:


Inspirata Dance Project is a multidisciplinary dance company established in 2013 by CSI dance assistant professor and artistic director Cindy Jones committed to bringing dance arts to the community. We believe in cultivating collaborations and are dedicated to the continued development of dance and dance education providing an environment for choreographers, dancers, and other artists to explore, create, and share their work.

IHerrett Center Summer Activities for Kids

Wednesday Class List for June

Unless otherwise noted, classes will run approximately 60 to 80 

minutes each Wednesday afternoon beginning at 1:00 pm.

  • June 10 - Nature Walk for Children Explore Native American mythology and the outdoors during this nature walk on the CSI campus. Depart from the Herrett Center at 1:00 p.m. for a tour of native plants and their uses in Native American culture while keeping a lookout for insects, birds, and other animals along the way. Hear tales from Coyote, Raven, and other classic mythological characters as you travel across the campus. Recommended for ages 4 to 7. $5.00 per student.
  • June 17 - Leaf Art! Climb out on a creative limb with this fun-for-all-ages art activity. Gather leaves and other natural objects from across the CSI campus to create your one-of-a-kind masterpiece. Display your art in the Herrett Center for everyone to see! Recommended for all ages. $5.00 per student.
  • June 24 - Hoops and Darts Try your hand at this classic Native American game using traditional materials to construct a set of prehistoric lawn darts. Students will build a set of corncob darts and a willow hoop, then learn the rules of this fun pastime on the Herrett Center front lawn. Recommended for ages 8 and up. $10.00 per student.
JGet Your Workplace Massage June 2 or 3

T o schedule your massage click here.

Days: Tuesday and Wednesday
Date: June 2-3, 2015  
Time: 10 am - 2 pm 
Location: SUB Fireside Room

  • Go to the scheduling tool link listed above ("click here").
  • Choose from the drop-down bar any number 1-5.
  • Change the calendar to JUNE
  • Click on either June 2, or June 3 and pick a time that suits you
  • If the 1-5 number you picked is full, go back and choose another
You can also cancel or reschedule the appointment. Questions? Call x6269.
KNEW! June Men's Health Fair on Campus


Calling all men - and the women who love them. Wear BLUE in support of Men's Health Month and join us from noon - 1 p.m. on Tuesday, June 16, in the HSHS Lobby for a HEALTH FAIR for men. Come hungry, lunch is on us! We will have lots of information, a machine that detects facial skin cancer, blood pressure checks, FUN activities and MORE!


Learn more about men's health online at www.menshealthmonth.org.


Want the 411 on men's health?  Try http://menshealthnetwork.org/azmenshealth.

LSummer is Here! Let the Games Begin


It's summer and time to enjoy the great weather, good friends, and FUN!  Take a look at the schedule below and plan to join us for an afternoon break on each of these days.  


Days, events, and specific times and places will be announced through the eNotes in the weeks ahead. Grab a coworker and we'll see you there!

  • Wed June 10- Just Dance with Shelby Howe
  • Thurs June 18- Spear Chucking with Joey Heck
  • Wed June 24- Belly Dancing with Cyndie Woods
  • Wed July 1- Dutch Oven Cooking(and eating) with Christa Gessaman
  • Thurs July 9- Card Games and Homemade Root Beer with Scott Rogers
  • Mon July 13 Bottle Rockets with Rick Greenawald
  • Wed July 22- Insects for Fun and Nutrition with Bill Ebener
  • Wed July 29- Laughter and Movement with Cynthia Jones
M10 Tips for Men's Health


St. Luke's Healthy U Program

1.   Talk with your doctor about screening options based on your age and family history. Men tend to make half as many preventative health care visits. Screening can save your life!

2.   Think before engaging in high-risk activities. Men are more likely to drink excessively and have higher rates of alcohol-related   injuries. Things that go fast - like cars, gravity and bullets - don't mix with alcohol. 


3.   Don't be ashamed to ask for help. Depression can be a major threat for men of all ages, and men have higher rates of suicide. Talking with a close friend or a counselor about how you're feeling can help tremendously

4.   Check your blood pressure every six months to keep kidney disease, heart attacks, and strokes at bay. High blood pressure is more common in younger men. If it's pushing 140/90, see a doctor.

5.   Protect yourself from the sun! Men have the highest annual exposure to UV. Forty-eight percent of men report using a regular method of sun protection in contrast to 68 percent of women. Slip on a shirt, slop on sunscreen (SPF of 30+), slap on a wide-brimmed hat and wear sunglasses to avoid skin cancer.

6.   Don't spend time with, or let your loved ones be around, people who smoke. Men are more likely to be smokers. If you smoke, come up with a plan to quit and stick to it.

7.   Get Active! Find an activity you enjoy that gets your heart rate up. Being physically active on a regular basis will help you get more done and make you feel better.

8. Take a break from work and make time to socialize, connect with friends or loved ones.      

9.   Relax. Find positive ways to keep stress in check, such as exercise, a hot shower, or reading. Relaxation will help you feel better, minimize anxiety, frustration and anger.

10. Reverse the trend. On average men die five to six years earlier than women. Take responsibility for your health and show those around you that you care! 

NOnline Lunch & Learn for Men's Health

Presented by Gabe Rudow, St. Luke's Health Coordinator


Wednesday, June 17, from noon - 12:30 p.m.


Online via Lync or St. Luke's Magic Valley Oak Rm. 1


Register to get the online site at healthyu1@slhs.org
OHealthy Grilling Demo for Men's Health

Presented by Mark Owsley, Executive Chef and Aaron Lewis, Lead Food and Nutrition Services cook at St. Luke's MV.


Join Mark & Aaron for an overview of safe and healthy grilling techniques, as well as learn some basic knife skills. 

Wednesday, June 24, 11:30 - 12 p.m.

Magic Valley Patio Area (outside St. Luke's cafeteria)


Questions: call 814-9182 or email healthu1@slhs.org.

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