Meeting Minutes 2-13-19
Volunteer to help elderly and wounded animals
Location: 1899 Mercers Fernery Rd, DeLand, FL 32720
Date: Saturday, February 2nd, 10am - 2pm
Carpool: Meet in front of PSB by 8:45 am
Learn about the evolution of the periodic table with ACS members from across the nation! Snacks and prizes will be available to participants
Location: UCF, room TBD
Date: February 28, 7:00pm - 8:30pm
Science experiments and fun for adults! Must be over 21 to participate.
Location: Orlando Science Center
Date: March 2nd, 8:00pm - 11:30pm
We need volunteers for 30min shifts throughout the day, to demonstrate dry ice and slime for middle schoolers
Location: PSB Atrium
Date: March 29th, 9:45am - 2:15pm
Bonding With Bithlo
Teach the students of Bithlo science with fun interactive experiments! Email firstname.lastname@example.org to sign up
Date: Every other Thursday, 9:00am - 11:00am, next one on February 14
Carpool: Meet in front of PSB 160 at 8:20am
Dr. Dare's Lab
Supervise experiments at the Orlando Science Center
Date: February 16
T-Shirts are now in! If you reserved one, can buy online at acsatucf.com or before meetings, $15, cash or card, You must be at meetings to pick up if you purchased online. There are extras in every size in case you didn’t reserve one, you can buy them at the meetings. If you have any questions, or need to pick up at a different time, email email@example.com
If you are not already a member of National ACS, and you want to become one, contact firstname.lastname@example.org for a sign-up link. When you sign up, you’ll get:
- An element anniversary mugs after every year of membership!
- The ability to add “National ACS Member” to your resume
- Access to ACS publications
- You’re automatically qualified to go to the National Conference in Orlando!
- A cool periodic table blanket
We are looking for tutors who are willing to tutor Chemistry, Biology, Physics, or Math. The price is $20 per hour to be tutored, with $10 per hour going to the tutor and the other $10 going to the club.
Next Week's Event
Next week we will be running an experiment with red cabbage pH sensors