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Our Plans for 2016-17

Omicron Nu has completed the initial chapter report for 2016-17. This report outlines the activities planned for the coming academic year.

Name of Human Sciences Unit:

Family and Consumer Sciences

Name of Administrator:

Dr. Chang-ok Choi

Chapter Vice President:

Megan Price

Name of Adviser:

Dr. Kenda Brandes and Dr. David Olds

Our plans for this year:

Our main plan for the national initiative project is to focus on financial responsibility. In February, we are planning to host a table in Bradley University's Student Center to educate students on how to create a healthy meal on a budget, as well as how to make an entire outfit from clothing purchased from a local thrift store. Sub-commitees of students are currently meeting to finalize plans for this project, with plans to conduct the project in early February.

In addition to this project, we also have been planning to participate in Fright on Fredonia. At the event, we planned to host a table where we give kids healthy snacks - oranges that look like pumpkins and banana ghosts. Due to weather, however, the event was cancelled.

Our final project for this semester is the Stocking Stuffers project. We are planning a school supply drive for a neighboring school in Peoria after learning that they are in need of some basic supplies. This project will be conducted throughout November and December.