Thursday, Dec. 11
12:15 p.m. Mass – San Damiano Chapel
2 p.m. Staff Assembly Meeting – Reinhart Center Board Room
Contractors will be working in the Reinhart Center basement today, beginning at noon. Preliminary work will begin at 11 a.m. This will require running temporary pumping hoses down the North and South stairwells from the outside to the basement. Students and others are asked to not use the Reinhart Center commons area today, as there will be work going on and an unpleasant smell.
Notice from the Bookstore: All rental books are due back in the Viterbo Bookstore by Dec. 13. You will be charged for not returning rented books by the due date. Rented books that you now want to keep or need past the due date can be converted to purchase prior to the rental check-in deadline to avoid any additional charges. Non-rented books can be brought in for buyback cash. Receipts are not required for either transaction but IDs are required for all buyback transactions. You can check buyback prices at website www.viterbostore.com by clicking on the "cash for books" link located at the bottom of the page. Call 608-782-4377 or email firstname.lastname@example.org with any questions.
Viterbo students and employees are invite to attend the Wisconsin Servant Leader Cities Tour conversation, "Servant Leadership is a Gift,” Tuesday, Dec. 16 at 7 a.m. in the Reinhart Center Board Room. Community Panelists and Small Group Discussion will include: Brad Strum, President of Coulee State Bank, Kristina Schoh, Community Relations, Courtesy Corporation, Rick Artman, President of Viterbo University, and a special presentation by Pat Falotico, CEO of Robert K. Greenleaf Center for Servant Leadership with an “Update on Servant Leadership in the World.” Register with Maureen Cooney at: email@example.com or 796-3082
Employees are invited to join President Rick Artman and the members of the Hospitality Committee at a Christmas Social Friday, Dec. 12 in the Fine Arts Center Lobby. Attend as your schedule permits from 3–4:30 p.m. and enjoy an assortment of hors d’oeuvres, holiday refreshments, and door prizes.
Make the holiday season safer for everyone. Law enforcement agencies throughout Wisconsin will mobilize from Dec. 12–20 to save lives and prevent injuries with the “Booze and Belts” traffic safety campaign. Roadways are dangerous this time of year. Consistent safety belt use is the single most effective way during a crash to protect against being ejected from a vehicle or thrown around violently inside it (and possibly hitting another vehicle occupant). Although progress in preventing drunken driving has been made, too many people are still being killed or injured because of the irresponsible decision to drive while impaired. Message from Viterbo’s ATOD Task Force.