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Changes
Changes on Campus
The Office of Instruction and Academic Affairs can now formally announce a restructuring and enhancement of most of our non-credit operations including Community Education and Workforce Training.
 
This restructuring supports a more formal Continuing Education and professional development effort which will operate as part of an expanded Workforce Training and Continuing Education unit. We are still finalizing the name of this unit, which will be led by Brandi Turnipseed. Her new title will reflect the organizational change and scope of responsibility. Stacy Madsen and Ashley Schultz are departing their current Community Education function and will have new responsibilities. Stacy will be leading the Continuing Education function with her title modified to Director of Continuing Education. Ashley Schultz will become the Industry Training Coordinator for the entire unit and coordinate efforts to create a diverse set of open enrollment Industry Training courses and programs. Katrina Oksten will be the new Apprenticeship Coordinator , responsible for coordinating existing and creating new Apprenticeship program opportunitiesLast, we are currently in the final stages of hiring a Director of Business Development and Training.  This new team member will lead our custom training efforts for new and existing businesses throughout the Region. This is a rapidly expanding operation that last year served over 9, 700 students. CSI has always been a recognized leader in workforce training efforts, but this new unit will fold in a significant professional development element and offer Continuing Education Units (CEU's) for a variety of professional occupations.
 
This reorganization may appear to suggest that CSI will no longer offer adult enrichment opportunities and that community education is going away. This is simply not true. Camille Barigar will be taking over the campus operation with support from Diane Gause. Camille said, " We will continue to offer a robust slate of enrichment courses both here and in the off campus centers, and people can expect a full course catalogue the first of January with the course offering from Twin falls and all outreach centers."
The off campus center directors will work somewhat independently in their respective communities to offer adult enrichment activities. We expect that we will be preparing a joint comprehensive catalog of enrichment, camps, continuing education, apprenticeship, and workforce training, but details remain to be worked out.
 
Brandi will be moving the Hepworth Building to make room for the expanding team in the ATI Center, where Stacy and Ashley have moved. Katrina, Camille, and Diane will remain in their respective buildings.
 
I want to thank all those involved in these changes and their patience as we continue to work through all the transition details. Please congratulate all these individuals on the great work they've done in the past and in support of their new positions.

Todd Schwarz
Executive Vice President/Chief Academic Officer
tschwarz@csi.edu | 208-732-6325 


PACEBaskets
Get Your Department's PACE Holiday Luncheon Basket Together


Rad
Thank You to Everyone Who Participated in the Rad Run

Students in the College of Southern Idaho's Radiologic Technology program recently held their fourth annual Rad Tech Club Rad Run 5K on the CSI campus. From the left - Tosha Rigby, Club President; Dunia Emmanuel - first place winner; Caleb Davis - second place; Sandra Birch - third place; Kamil Jo Blacker - Rad Tech Club Vice President. All proceeds from the event will go toward learning opportunities for club members.

Gary Lauer
Associate Professor & Program Director
glauer@csi.edu | 208-732-6719


Test
Campus and Burley Testing Center Hours for Thanksgiving Week
Campus Testing Center
Monday & Tuesday  
 8:00 am-9:30 pm
 
Wednesday
8:00 am-1:00 pm
 
Thursday, Friday & Saturday
CLOSED
 
Burley Testing Center
Monday & Tuesday  
 11:00 am-8:30 pm
 
Wednesday
8:00 am-1:00 pm
 
Thursday & Friday
CLOSED

Valerie Ward
Testing Center Coordinator
vward@csi.edu  | 208-732-6569


Rec
CSI Student Rec. Center Thanksgiving Hours
The CSI Student Rec. Center will be open 4:30 am - Noon on Thanksgiving Day and our regular hours all week.  Reminder, we are now open at 4:30 am Monday - Friday.

John Twiss
Director of Recreation
johntwiss@csi.edu | 208-732-6470


PACE
 November Pay It Forward Initative

PACE Training Committee


HerrettSale
Herrett Center Gift Shop Holiday Sale

Carolyn Browning
Herrett Center Coordinator
cbrowning@csi.edu | 208-732-6656


Photography
Spring Photography Classes at CSI

Sign up for one of the most fun classes you'll take at CSI! Do you love great photography? Do you enjoy taking photographs? Take your photography appreciation and skills to the next level - and take a fun class at the same time? Check out these CSI Photography classes for Spring 2017.


Ben Lustig
Associate Professor - Photography
blustig@csi.edu | 208-732-6756


ORC
Registration is Now Open for Spring Outdoor Recreation Classes


Christa Gessaman
Outdoor Recreation Coordinator
cgessaman@csi.edu | 208-732-6697


Forensics
The CSI Forensics Team is Looking for New Members 
The CSI Forensics Team Needs Students!!!  Have your students join the speech and debate team. They will take COMM 105, get three credits, travel, compete and have fun. COMM 105 is both an academic class and a competitive team. Students will prepare speeches and travel throughout the Northwest to competitions with students in other colleges - both community colleges and universities. All travel costs are covered by CSI. The team will even travel to Washington, D.C. in the spring. Not only will they get excellent speech and communication training, they'll broaden their knowledge of current events, history, critical thinking, and argumentation.

Please share with the students you think will benefit from this program. For more information, please contact Beth Hewes at  bhewes@csi.edu or 208-732-6776.

Beth Hewes
Professor of Communication / Director of Forensics
bhewes@csi.edu | 208-732-6776



I am helping my P.E.O. Chapter CI raise money for educational scholarships for women, and your help would be appreciated. It's so easy and won't cost you an extra penny.

If you shop at Barnes and Noble bookstore in Twin Falls on Saturday, December 3, just tell the check-out clerk that you want to support the Book Fair. 

If you are shopping Barnes and Noble online  any time from December 3 to December 9, please enter the code 12048823.

Either in store or online, a portion of your sales (not from gift cards) will go to support educational scholarships for women. You will gain great gifts - and our gratitude - and the satisfaction of knowing you are helping women improve their lives through education. Thanks!

Betty Slifer
CSI Retiree


CSI Events
Facebook
If you're looking for an event this month chances are we have the information posted on our  Facebook page. And, don't forget that you can now subscribe to our events which means you'll get a notification when a CSI event is added to our page.

THIS WEEK
NOV 14
NOV 24
Thu 8 AM Bear Bangs is going
NEXT WEEK
DEC 1
Dec 1 - Dec 3 1 guest
DEC 1
Thu 5 PM by College of Southern Idaho
144 Main Ave E, Twin Falls, ID 83301-6231, United States
 
If you would like to see more of what's going on at CSI visit our  Facebook . Or, if you would like your CSI event listed on our Facebook page, please send your information to eNotes@csi.edu . Pictures, flyers, and most all documents will be accepted and used for the posting. 
   
Kimberlee LaPray
Public Information Specialist
klapray@csi.edu| 208-732-6299
 
 
PlanetariumScheduleEvents at the Herrett Center This Week

Herrett Center for Arts and Science        
College of Southern Idaho
Museum, Planetarium, Observatory
Year round hours. *
 
*Closed Sundays, Mondays, and federal holidays.
Tuesdays
9:30 am to 9:00 pm
Wednesdays
9:30 am to 4:30 pm
Thursdays
9:30 am to 4:30 pm
Fridays
9:30 am to 9:00 pm
Saturdays
1:00 pm to 9:00 pm
 
Public Event Schedule for November 2016
Day
Time
Event
 
Tuesday, November 22nd
6:15 - 9:00 pm
Observatory: Telescope Tuesday observing session.
7:00 pm
Planetarium Show: Flight of the Butterflies.
 
Friday, November 25th 
1:30 pm
Planetarium Show: The Star of Bethlehem.
2:30 pm
Planetarium Show: Titans of the Ice Age.
3:30 pm
Planetarium Show: The Longest Night.
4:30 pm
Planetarium Show: Titans of the Ice Age.
7:00 pm
Planetarium Show: Let It Snow!
8:00 pm
Planetarium Show: Pink Floyd: The Wall.
 
Saturday, November 26th 
1:30 pm
Planetarium Show: The Star of Bethlehem.
2:30 pm
Planetarium Show: Titans of the Ice Age.
3:30 pm
Planetarium Show: The Longest Night.
4:30 pm
Planetarium Show: Titans of the Ice Age.
7:00 pm
Planetarium Show: Let It Snow!
8:00 pm
Planetarium Show: Pink Floyd: Dark Side of the Moon.
 
Tuesday, November 29th
7:00 pm
Planetarium Show: Edge of Darkness.
8:00 pm
Planetarium Show: Titans of the Ice Age.
 
  
The Herrett Center and Faulkner Planetarium are offering up Black Friday weekend fun with a special schedule of planetarium shows, drop-in activities for kids and a sale in the gift shop. Shop, shop, shop till you drop, or relax a little with family in town for the holiday. It can be a dilemma, but you can actually accomplish a little of both at the Herrett. The center will be open on Friday, November 25 , from 9:30 a.m. to 9:00 p.m. and Saturday, November 26 , from 1:00 p.m. to 9:00 p.m.
 
The Faulkner Planetarium will be offering up shows at 1:30, 2:30, 3:30, 4:30, 7:00 and 8:00 PM both days. A mix of seasonal holiday favorites, an IMAX film and Pink Floyd will be on tap in the domed theater. Holiday fare includes The Star of Bethlehem playing at 1:30 PM both days, The Longest Night: A Winter's Tale playing at 3:30 PM both days and Let It Snow! playing at 7:00 PM both days. Titans of the Ice Age, an IMAX film that transports the audience back to the time of the last ice age, offers up mammoths, saber tooth cats, dire wolves and other megafauna of the Pleistocene at 2:30 and 4:30 both days. Guests looking for something truly different can experience Pink Floyd: The Wall on Friday night at 8:00 PM or Pink Floyd: Dark Side of the Moon at 8:00 PM Saturday. There's something for everyone!
 
Friday and Saturday afternoon from 1:00 PM to 4:00 PM there will be drop-in hands-on activities for kids in the Rick Allen Room. Children will be able to create simple craft projects with their parents, guided by museum educator Laura Browarny. What types of crafts? Drop in to find out.
 
If shopping is still on the agenda, there's the holiday sale in the center's gift shop. Shoppers will receive 20% off items priced $5 and over (some exclusions apply, including Meade products). The gift shop offers GREAT stocking stuffers and unique gifts including science toys, pottery, jewelry, scarves, stuffed toys, desktop items, decorative stones, metal wall art, and so much more.
 
Admission to the museum galleries is free, admission prices to planetarium shows are $6.00 adults, $5.00 seniors, $4.00 student, including CSI students with a valid student ID; children under age 2 are admitted free.
 
The Herrett Center is located on the College of Southern Idaho campus in Twin Falls, ID. For more information, visit the Herrett Center's web page at http://herrett.csi.edu or call (208) 732-6655.

Rick Greenawald
Manager, Faulkner Planetarium
rgreenawald@csi.edu | 208-732-6659
 

Brown Bag Events This Week
 
BrownBag
NO BROWN BAG EVENTS THIS WEEK. HAPPY THANKSGIVING EVERYONE!
 
We look forward to seeing you there. Or, join the discussion on Facebook: Csibestpractices.com
 
~Evin, Jan, Janea, Shane, and Tiffany
  The Brown Bag Committee







Assess Using Assessment Data to Modify an Instructional Practice
Mark your calendars. Every 2nd, 3rd, or 4th Tuesday let's meet to assess student learning. 
 
Show up once a month or more if your schedule permits. We'll take one of your actual fall 2016 outcomes and design an assessment to collect student learning data. We'll implement a technique to analyze and summarize the data. And we'll use your findings to make a plan to modify an instructional practice.
  • November - Using assessment data to modify an instructional practice (Nov.  22nd and 29th)
From 1:00 - 1:50 p.m., Meyerhoeffer 125
 
If you're interested, let me know.
 
Janea Triplett-Newell
Instructional Design
jnewell@csi.edu | 208-732-6324


Toys CSI Athletics is Collecting Toys for Tots Through December 3

 
Ginger Nukaya
Athletic Administrative Assistant
gnukaya@csi.edu | 208-732-6486


RedCross American Red Cross Blood Drive
 

Who: All Employees and Students

What: GIVE THANKS, GIVE BLOOD!

Where: *NEW LOCATION -SUB *second floor! 

When: WEDNESDAY,NOVEMBER 30       

Time: 9 AM-3 PM          

How: Schedule online www.redcrossblood.org enter sponsor code  CSIEagles or call Debi 208-484-0138 
for an appointment.
Debi Mahler
Red Cross
debi.mahler@redcross.org | 208-484-0138

EagleWednesday High School Juniors and Seniors are Invited to Eagle Wednesday
  

Eagle Wednesday is an opportunity for Seniors around the Magic Valley to visit the campus and create a unique customized schedule that meet your specific needs; sessions will vary from general admissions requirement, financial aid/scholarships, student activities, student recreation center, student housing, honors program, student disabilities, college athletics, and major advising.

Visit the link below to RSVP Now: 

CSI Admissions
admissions@csi.edu  | 208-732-6221


Mud
CSI's Art Department Holds Annual Magic Mud Art Sale
Magic Mud Art Sale, the College of Southern Idaho Art Department's annual fundraiser, is scheduled for Thursday through Saturday, Dec. 1 - 3 at the CSI Student Union Building's Eagle's Nest.
 
The event brings the works of student and professional potters together for a holiday show and sale. According to CSI Art instructor Bill West, approximately 20 pottery and photography students will be involved in this year's show and sale. The event typically includes ceramics, photography, and other artworks.
 
Ceramic artists will be showing and selling lots of decorative and functional items including platters, bowls, vases, casserole dishes, cups, teapots, and unique objects.
 
The show will run from 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. Thursday and Friday, Dec. 1 and 2 and from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. on Saturday, Dec. 3.  A portion of the proceeds from the sale, helps to fund CSI art Club events.

Bill West
Assistant Professor, Art
bwest@csi.edu | 208-732-6753


Theater CSI Theater Department Presents 'Jacob Marley'
Tickets are now available for the second performance of the CSI Theater Department's 2016-2017 Season, Jacob Marley. This show, directed by Laine Steel, will run Wednesdays through Saturdays, November 30 - December 3 and December 7 - 10 at 7:30 p.m. in the CSI Fine Arts Theater. Tickets are $10 for adults or $5 for seniors or students. CSI students are free. Tickets can be purchased at the CSI Fine Arts Box Office, by calling 732-6288, or by going online to http://tickets.csi.edu.

Jacob Marley, directed by Laine Steel, fills in the blanks of Marley and Scrooge's relationship. Charles Dicken's Christmas Carol begins with the line: "Marley was dead to begin with. . . ." But why was Marley allowed to return as a ghost to warn Scrooge away from his ill-fated path?... Why was Marley so concerned about Scrooge?... We know what happened to Scrooge, but what of Marley? These questions and many more are answered in this new script written from the perspective of the ghost "burdened by chains, cash-boxes, keys, padlocks, ledgers, deeds, and heavy purses wrought in steel."

The large cast includes: Kai Gyllenskog as Jacob Marley; Davis Craney as Ebenezer Scrooge; Cindy Simonson as the Narrator and the Benevolent Spirit; Alice Ariel as the Ghost of Christmas Past; Tyler Jones as the Ghost of Christmas Present; Derek Montes as the Ghost of Christmas Future. The production features The Marley Family, The Cratchit Family, and a host of familiar and new characters played by: Blake Dmochowski; Abinadi Hancock; Suleyma Alamillo; Baylee Young; Alexis Ulrich; Keegan Jones; Steve Hauskins; Luis Delgado; Roberto Flores; Hayden Mann; Curtis Hopfenbeck; Cloe Hewes; Riah Hewes; Billye Hewes; Morgan Vaughn; and Madeline Brackus. Assistant to the director is Shannon Werle. Technical Director is Shane Brown and Lighting Director is Jud Harmon.

Follow up performances to the CSI Theater Department's 2016-2017 Season include Julius Caesar, which will run February 22 - 25 and March 1 - 4 and Antigonick, which will run April 26 - 29 and May 3 - 6.

For more information or for tickets, call 732-6288.

Camille Barigar
CSI Fine Arts
cbarigar@csi.edu | 208-732-6288


Jazz The CSI Jazz Ensemble Will Present Its Fall Concert - December 2
The CSI Jazz Ensemble will present its fall concert on Friday, December 2nd at 7:30pm in the Fine Arts auditorium. The group will perform a variety of contemporary big band music featuring compositions by jazz icons Herbie Hancock and Thelonious Monk. Also featured on the program will be CSI music major Emilee Gomske singing arrangements of the Great American Songbook classics "Blue Moon" and "Angel Eyes". Additionally, the band will play several selections from the library of the U.S. Army Field Band's "Jazz Ambassadors" big band, a group that visited CSI last year while on tour.

This performance will be presented in the format of the CSI Stage Door events which places the audience on stage with the musicians. Seating will be limited, so it is advised you arrive early to secure a spot.

Admission to the concert is free, but donations to the CSI Jazz Program are gladly accepted at the door. For more information on this and other jazz events at CSI, contact Brent Jensen at 208-420-7066 or bjensen@csi.edu.

For more information, contact Camille Barigar at 732-6288.

Camille Barigar
CSI Fine Arts
cbarigar@csi.edu  | 208-732-6288


Chobani Chobani Yogurt Giveaway


Alyson Outen
Senior Manager, Corporate Communications,  Chobani
alyson.outen@chobani.com  | 208-761.9690


Woodworking CSI Christmas Woodworking Auction
 
Jessica Larsen
T&I Instructor, Instructional Aide
  jlarsen@csi.edu  | 208-732-6342


TieDay Thanks for Tie Day
Tony Mannen Tie Day - And the Winner is...

Ansina Durham, and women across campus, were truly the winners of Tony Mannen Tie Day!  Thank you all for participating and showing up in your super fun ties!  Absolutely everyone was a winner and walked away with terrific prizes gathered by the CSI drama club under the direction of Jud Harmon. 
 
Tony Mannen and Brent Jensen, joined by Rob Harding and Rick Kuhn and with sound production by Jud Harmon, played throughout the noon hour to a grateful gathering of employee friends and students. 
 
We wish to thank Chobani for yogurt and veggie dip (which was amazing), as well as Chick-fil-a and Middlekauff Auto Mall for other donations.  

Judy Heatwole, MTD
Wellbeing and Development Coordinator
jheatwole@csi.edu | 208-732-6269


EAP The Holidays are Coming, Your Employee Assistance Program is Near
Our EAP offers services to help employees and your family members privately resolve problems that may interfere with work, family and life; up to 4 visits per issue with each company, of which there are two to choose from.  These services must be pre-approved with each provider used by calling the toll-free numbers below.
What kind of issues can the EAP help with?  Personal and relationship, financial and legal, and work challenges you need professional, confidential assistance to resolve.  You may use both services to achieve your goals or schedule four more visits with each by asking for a counselor under a different category of need or ask your counselor to appeal for more free visits to better resolve a certain issue.

RBH 24-hour Crisis hotline (866) 750-1327
Legal, Financial, Parenting, Adult & Elder-Care Services available.
MyRBH Website use LifeMap for the Access Code
BPA 24-hour Crisis hotline   (800) 726-0003
With special resources for smoking cessation, weight management, alcohol & drug abuse, legal & financial services. Use the BPA Website to Log in use College of Southern Idaho for your Organization's Name and 800-726-0003 for the Plan's Toll-free Number. https://www.bpahealth.com/members/private/user-login 
Judy Heatwole, MTD
Wellbeing and Development Coordinator
jheatwole@csi.edu | 208-732-6269


Sick
20 Ways to Never Get Sick at Work
Opt out of flu season this year by following these simple rules. -By Grant Stoddard
Those friends, family members or coworkers who never get sick may seem superhuman. But it's a lot more likely that they're instituting some of the immunity-boosting strategies below to ward off seasonal viruses such as colds and flu. Be like them! Don't wait until you feel something's amiss. Absorb the following tips and limit your chances of being laid up with the man flu this season. Then check out our exclusive report that's already changed thousands of lives:  100 Ways to Live to 100!

1 Mind Over Matter
Some people swear that echinacea and vitamin C helps them stave off cold and flu like nothing else. They're so steadfast in those beliefs that the shortage of scientific evidence to support them doesn't seem to matter. But that's not to say that these scientifically unsupported preventative measures don't work. The fact that people believe they do might be why, experts say.
2 Sleep
Scientists do agree on the efficacy of a good night's sleep in lowering your chances of getting sick. According to recent research, people who sleep only five to six hours a night have a 30% chance of catching a cold, while those who get more than seven hours reduce their risk to 17%. Having trouble? These  10 Ways to Sleep Better Tonight will help you get the best shuteye of your life.
3 Eat Your Carrots
Although there's not much empirical evidence for Vitamin C's role in preventing cold and flu, there is data showing that Vitamin A does play an important role in the immune system. It does that by helping to regulate T cells, the SWAT team of the immune system. Just one medium carrot contains 200% of the suggested daily Vitamin A intake.
4 Don't Stress
Time and time again, stress has been shown to make people susceptible to getting sick. Although the causes of stress in your life may be inevitable, the way in which you choose to deal with them isn't. Strategies for siphoning off stress include exercise, meditation, better quality of sleep and making time to do the things that you really enjoy doing. Start by trying these  10 Ways to Beat Stress in 10 Minutes or Less.
5 Eat Strawberries
Although there are lots of great foods to help fight stress, strawberries are an easy snack, dessert, or addition to a salad. The berry is packed with vitamin C, which reduces stress if you believe that sort of thing - which in turn can help boost your immune system. Even with new farming techniques, winter can be a strawberry desert. Buy frozen strawberries when they're not available fresh, and add them to a warm dessert to double down on comfort.
Judy Heatwole, MTD
Wellbeing and Development Coordinator
jheatwole@csi.edu | 208-732-6269


Beard
Beard Grooming: 8 Ways to Optimize that No Shave November Beard
Coming November 29: Men's Health Fair and Beard CONTEST! There will be awesome prizes!
 
Birchbox.com
Beard grooming has never been so easy: These eight beard care tricks will keep your facial hair looking resplendent. After scribbling down your notes, head on over to our beard-growing tutorial for the best products to supplement this list.

First and Foremost, Be Patient
A truly epic beard is the product of self-restraint. When you first start growing, resist the urge to trim or style, and leave it untouched for the first 4-6 weeks. This will allow the hairs to grow in evenly (some grow faster than others), and help you pick a style that suits its length and thickness.

Match Your Beard to Your Face Shape
Like any wild animal, a beard should be in-tune with its surrounding environment. Consult this handy chart after the first month of growth, and choose a final style that complements your face shape. Your beard will look better, and so will you.

Know How (and When) to Trim
Pruning is essential to a well-groomed beard-even if you plan on growing it out. Invest in a quality trimmer, and find the right technique to suit your master plan. Here are two tutorials for varying beardsmen: those growing it long, and those keeping it cropped.

Wash It Regularly
This is especially important in the early stages of growth, when trapped food and skin cells can exacerbate the itchiness. Scrub your beard several times each week with a specialized cleanser, like Billy Jealousy Beard Wash, then gently pat it dry: An overzealous toweling can lead to frizz and split ends.

Love Thy Beard Oil
We've said it before, and we'll say it again: Nothing tames a beard like regular use of beard oil. There are many varieties to choose from, in a range of manly scents, but all of them will condition hairs to make them softer and shinier. If you want to smell like a woodsman, Mr. Natty Frank's Beard Elixir is a tried-and-true favorite.

Learn to Train Your Beard
A regular trim will maintain your chosen shape, but it's not the only way to keep your beard in line. A daily rubdown with a comb or beard brush will wrangle stubborn hairs, training them to grow in a downward direction. You can even up the ante with a soft-hold styler, like Jao Bomade Beardscent, which lends some extra sculpting power while taming any flyways.

Don't Forget the Mustache
Unless you've chosen a chinstrap-and we really hope you didn't-growing an epic beard also means growing a mustache. To keep it looking neat, trim the area around your philtrum (the area under your nose) with a pair of grooming scissors, and keep it naturally sculpted with a medium-hold wax, like Beardbrand Mustache Wax.

Fuel Up
You can't build a house without bricks, and the same applies to facial hair. Your beard is made from protein and fat, but it's also heavily reliant on Vitamins B5, B3, and B9. That means lean meats, nuts, egg yolks, milk, and plenty of leafy greens. If you're seriously committed, you can also round out your diet with a supplement like Vitabeard.

Judy Heatwole, MTD
Wellbeing and Development Coordinator
jheatwole@csi.edu | 208-732-6269


Turkey CSI Turkey Trot 5K Walk/Run
 
 
NOTE : Cruisers that participate earn an EXTRA ENTRY for the "Cruise for Two" drawing!
 
The CSI Recreation Department's annual Turkey Trot 5K fun run/walk will begin at 9 a.m. Thanksgiving morning, Nov. 24 at the CSI Expo Center parking lot. This is a family-friendly, non-timed event for all ages. Registration begins at 8 a.m. The cost is $20 per person or $60 for a family of four. Each person who registers will get an event T-shirt. All participants are invited to sail over the finish line on the zipline at the CSI Challenge Course. Proceeds from the event will help fund spring activities in the Recreation Department.

Participants are encouraged to show up in costume if they would like. There will be three frozen turkeys along the race route. Any participant who can find one and carry it to the finish line is welcome to keep it. For more information, contact Scott Rogers at 732-6488 or at srogers@csi.edu. Registration can be found online at recreation.csi.edu and at https://www.raceentry.com/races/turkey-trott/2016/register.

Judy Heatwole, MTD
Wellbeing and Development Coordinator
jheatwole@csi.edu | 208-732-6269


Cruise
Cruise to Wellness Luau and Prize Drawing is Dec. 1
OUR CRUISE LUAU CELEBRATION & DRAWING FOR A CRUISE FOR TWO

will be Thursday, December 1
2:30 p.m. with drawing at 2:45 p.m.
Tentatively set in the TAB/SUB 1st Floor Fireside Room

Luau food and beverage will be included.

Judy Heatwole, MTD
Wellbeing and Development Coordinator
jheatwole@csi.edu | 208-732-6269


HRHoliday
20th Annual Employee and Family Holiday Party 

Ciera Garechana
Human Resource Generalist
cgarechana@csi.edu | 208-732-6271
 

Weight
Free Weight Loss Seminar Through St. Alphonsus


Judy Heatwole, MTD
Wellbeing and Development Coordinator
jheatwole@csi.edu | 208-732-6269
 

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