RCS Meeting 10/1/10

Здравствуйте RCS. This is John Prekrasnyĭ broadcasting from 4 Yawkey Way. Friday’s RCS meeting was fantastic. Lady Gogol (Premier Trish) discussed the tee shirt contest that RCS is conducting to find our official RCS shirt. Below are some examples of the shirt ideas:

So for all of you talented designers, this is your chance to show off your talents. All entries should summited by midnight Thursday, October 14th to the RSC Gmail account: ut.arlington.rcs@gmail.com. The winning entry will get their shirt mass produced and receive a shirt of their own for FREE!!! I don’t know about, but getting a free shirt like winning a year supply of pirogues. The RCS will be voting for the winning shirt on Friday, October 15th. So it is important for everyone to come for that meeting.

Propaganda Minister Pasha announced that for Ruskii Stol we are going, this week, to play Trivial Pursuit. So it is going to a fun time for all. Be sure to bring your Russian-English Dictionary. Pasha then asked the RCS what games that they want to play that can help with learning Russian. Cranium was discuss for a future game for Ruskii Stol. If you have an idea or a game you want to play, email your idea at ut.arlington.rcs@gmail.com.

Premier Trish informed us about what is needed for our Russian Reading Marathon. We discussed having in the spring, for optimal weather and for more preparation time to make it the best that UTA has ever had and will ever have. We also decided that it will be a great time to invite the Mansfield High students studying Russian. It is going to an event to remember.

Your Party Secretary, I talked to the group of how we can advertise in The Shorthorn with a reduced price by passing out a set a number amount of the newspaper. We will be looking for volunteers to help pass the newspapers out. I will announce when we are going to pass the newspapers out. Also look for RCS Events on page two of The Shorthorn.

One of RCS’s great friends, Chris Burgin, brought to our attention of a global service that the RCS can be a part of, Operation Christmas Child. Operation Christmas Child is a wonderful program where members and friends of RCS fill a shoe box of toys, gifts, and mementoes (small things that don’t cost much) to give underprivileged children around the world what all children deserve, a Christmas gift. Although there is a $7.00 shipping charge per shoebox, Chris will cover these charges no matter how many boxes we produce. Let us make Chris eat his words by having every member do at least a shoebox. If you want participate, just email our email address at ut.arlington.rcs@gmail.com.

This is John Prekrasnyĭ signing out to make my way home. Go Rangers!!!


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