Tuesday, 09 October, 2012
UT faculty, staff, and students are cordially invited to join us for our biannual "Smokey Bowl" Ice Cream Social. This TAE4-HW Ice Cream Social and Fundraiser features vanilla ice cream and frozen yogurt with all of the toppings to make your very own fabulous sundae. You get all of this, served in a Smokey dog bowl ... $5 (if you need a bowl) or $4 (if you have a bowl) in advance. If you purchase at the door, the cost is $5.50 (if you need a bowl) or $4.50 (if you have a bowl).
To get your tickets ahead of time, please visit:
Morgan Hall Room 205 – Maya Plaster (4-2128)
Morgan Hall Room 218 – Jacki German (4- 8197)
McCord Hall Room BO12A – Darlene King (4- 7294)
Ellington Plant Sciences Building Room 252- Wanda McCall (4- 7324)
Plant Biotech Room 211- Michelle Howerton (4-7965)
Food Safety & Processing Room 100 – Nancy Austin (4-7717)
Biosystems Engineering and Soil Sciences Room 111- Sandra Marine (4-7266)
Veterinary Teaching Hospital Room A104- Vanessa Byrge (4-3833)
Veterinary Teaching Hospital Room A102- Kim Rutherford (4-0227)
Ellington Plant Sciences Building Room 276- Martha Thompson (4-7987)
For groups of 10 tickets or more, please contact Carrera Romanini at Carrera@utk.edu or 4-9724. All group sales will receive one free ticket!
The dog bowl is yours to take home, but keep it for our next social. The proceeds from this fundraiser benefit TAE4-HW (Specialist Region). Come and get your Smokey dog bowl; spoons will be provided. We look forward to seeing you there.
The Tennessee Association of Extension 4-H Workers (TAE4-HW) is the professional association for 4-H workers in Tennessee. It is associated with NAE4-HA. Visit http://www.utextension.utk.edu/TAE4HW/.
4-H is the youth outreach program of the University of Tennessee Extension. 4-H has been the designated land grant youth program in Tennessee for 101 years. Tennessee 4-H, with a youth membership of over 306,000 and a volunteer corps of 6,600, proudly continues its worthwhile mission of developing tomorrow's leaders through the use of practical, research-based knowledge.