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Volume 11, Issue 4 April 2011

Important Reminders Saturday, May 7 1:00PM

9:00AM-

Village Monthly

THE UNIVERSITY OF GEORGIA FAMILY AND GRADUATE HOUSING

Moving out? Have stuff you want to get rid of? Think other people would be interested in your items? Family Housing is organizing a community wide yard sale and residents can sign up to sell their things. Family Housing will provide advertising within the Athens community for our yard sale. We will be setting up in the grassy median across from Building Q on Rogers Road. Residents will be responsible for providing their own table or blanket to display their

things, as well as their own money for change. Pricing of items and selling is up to the resident. Please note that it is customary to place very reasonable prices on items being sold in yard sales. Many people will pass over an item rather than haggling over the price. We will provide some sticker tags for resident use if they wish to tag items with prices. If you are selling large items such as furniture, you may wish to take a picture of the item for potential buyers.

up of their items. If items remain after the sale is over, residents cannot leave anything in the community or near the dumpster. All items must be disposed of. If you would like to participate, please email fghprogr@uga.edu . Include an example of some of the items you will be selling for our advertisement.

Residents are completely responsible for set-up and clean-

Spring Egg Hunt

J & J Flea Market

Celebrate spring with a children’s egg hunt! We will meet at the basketball court in Bldg D at 11:00am on Saturday, April 16th (weather permitting). We will have egg decorating and a candy egg for hunt for children. Children must be supervised by a parent, and please make sure that your child has a basket or sack for collecting eggs. If the weather is poor on Saturday, we will move the event to Sunday afternoon at 2:00pm. E-mail fghprogr@uga.edu by Wed., April 13th.

Open on Saturdays and Sundays, year round, J & J Flea Market is an Athens landmark you won’t want to miss while you’re here for school. Featuring 5 restaurants, 4 25,000 square foot buildings, and over 1000 outdoor vendor spaces, you certainly won’t be able to see it all in one day. We’ll carpool from the FGH office at 8:30am on Saturday, April 9th, and leave the market at 12:15 to return by 12:45pm. E-mail fghprogr@uga.edu by Wed. April 6th to RSVP.

Inside this issue: International Street Festival

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May 2 is the

Movies at Tate; Car Care 101; Split Your Rent!

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Last Day of

Activities from the Master Calendar

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Community Bulletin Board

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Important Phone Numbers

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Maintenance Corner

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Classes (NOT a Friday Schedule)


International Street Festival Family and Graduate Housing will be sponsoring the International Student Life’s 10th Annual International Street Festival! Downtown Athens’s College Avenue will be blocked off for this event on Saturday, April 9th from 12:00 noon until 5:00pm. This extraordinary cultural festival boasts an impressive 3,000-5,000 visitors each year! Dozens of international student organizations and local community groups will sponsor informative and interactive cultural displays as well as musical and dance performances.

Exciting performances will include traditional dances from China and India, bands, and other music. Another highlight will be the fashion show displaying ethnic clothing from all over the world. This event is FREE and open to everyone. Please invite your family and friends—you don’t want to miss this educational and fun event! Please contact the International Student Life Office at (706)5425867 if you have further questions.

There will be exhibits from countries all over the world, ethnic crafts, and traditional decorations.

Movies at Tate TRON: Legacy

4/1

3pm, 6pm, 9pm

Zodiac

4/7

8pm

The Social Network

4/8-10

3pm, 6pm, 9pm

No Country for Old Men

4/14

8pm

True Grit

4/15-17

3pm, 6pm, 9pm

Brink!

4/21

8pm

The King’s Speech

4/22-24

3pm, 6pm, 9pm

Love & Basketball

4/28

8pm

The Great Debaters

4/29-5/1

3pm, 6pm, 9pm

Car Care 101 You won’t want to miss our spring Car Care 101 program on Saturday, April 30th, 10am-Noon. Keep your family safe in your car this year at our Car Care 101 program! A representative from Khasiani Discount Auto Repair will be in the FGH office parking lot to give demonstrations and instructions on maintenance of key items in your car. Learn how to check your fluid levels, assess your belts and hoses, tires, wiper blade inspection, and check and fill your tire pressure. There may be opportunities for feedback on specific car conditions, as well. Each demonstration is for 40 minutes. We will group residents in time slots based on the number attending. Please email fghprogr@uga.edu if you would like to sign up for a time slot. VOLUME 11, ISSUE 4

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Activities From the UGA Master Calendar Gymnastics NCAA Regionals. One of six sites. Stegeman Coliseum. Contact: 706-5421231, www.georgiadogs.com Graduate Student Interdisciplinary Research Conference. To bring together diverse avenues of graduate research that address local and global issues, while making an impact on society. “Building Bridges: Impacts of Graduate Research.” 8:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m. Miller Learning Center. Contact: www.ugagsa.com, gsa@uga.edu

mentalist and illusionist known for his seeming ability to read minds and his appearances on TV. $10; free for fees-paid students with valid UGACard. Tickets available at the Tate Student Center Cashier Window. 8:00 p.m. Tate Theatre. Contact: 706-542-6396, www.uga.edu/union, union@uga.edu Tuesday, April 5, 2011

FYOS Workshop: 7 Principles of Good Practice. Developed by Chickering and Gamson 26th Annual Insect Zoo. Face painting, arts (1986), these seven principles and their correand crafts and “Insect” twister. Food with real Baseball vs. Mississippi State. $5, $8 reserved sponding inventories have had an enduring insects in it served. Roach races (every 30 seat, free for UGA students. 2:00 p.m. Foley impact on what is considered good teaching in minutes), spelling bees ( 11 a.m. and 2 p.m.), Field. Part of three-game series. Contact: 706- higher education. After an introduction of the insect eating contest (noon) and cricket spitting 542-1231, www.georgiadogs.com principles, participants will discuss how to ( 1 p.m.). Biology Building. Contact: entomoincorporate aspects of the inventories into their Softball vs. Tennessee-Martin. 2:30 p.m. lo@uga.edu FYOS. 10:00 a.m. - 11:00 a.m. North ConferWomen's Sports Complex, Milledge Avenue. ence Room, Instructional Plaza. Contact: pauWomen's Tennis vs. Ole Miss. 4:00 p.m. Dan Part of two-game series. Contact: 706-542quick@uga.edu Magill Tennis Complex. Contact: 706-5421621, www.georgiadogs.com 1621, www.georgiadogs.com Baseball vs. Charleston Southern. $5, $8 Jashn, India Nite. Annual ethnic event to cele- reserved seat, free for UGA students. 7:00 p.m. UGA Night at Six Flags Over Georgia. Uni- brate and promote Indian culture, food and arts. Foley Field. Part of two-game series. Contact: versity students, faculty, staff, alumni and their An authentic Indian dinner followed by perfor706-542-1231, www.georgiadogs.com families have exclusive access to the theme mances. $10, $8 students, $6 children 5- 12, park. Discounted tickets ($20-$29) available at free for children under 5. 5:00 p.m. - 9:00 p.m. Wednesday, April 6, 2011 the Tate Student Center Cashier Window in Clarke Central High School. Contact: 409-273Softball Doubleheader vs. Tennessee. 4:00 advance. $34 day-of. 6:00 p.m. - 11:59 p.m. 0115, ankitag@uga.edu p.m. And 6:30 p.m. Women's Sports Complex, Austell. Free parking. Contact: 706-542-8514, Milledge Ave. Contact: 706-542-1621, Sunday, April 3, 2011 www.uga.edu/campuslife www.georgiadogs.com Baseball vs. Mississippi State. $5, $8 reserved Women's Tennis vs. Mississippi State. 1:00 Baseball vs. Charleston Southern. $5, $8 p.m. Dan Magill Tennis Complex. Contact: seat, free for UGA students. 6:30 p.m. Foley reserved seat, free for UGA students. 5:00 p.m. 706-542-1621, www.georgiadogs.com Field. Part of three-game series. Contact: 706Foley Field. Last of two-game series. Contact: 542-1231, www.georgiadogs.com Softball vs. Tennessee-Martin. 1:30 p.m. 706-542-1231, www.georgiadogs.com Women's Sports Complex, Milledge Avenue. Performance: Dearly Departed. Comedy Part of two-game series. Contact: 706-542Thursday, April 7, 2011 about family coming together after a death. 1621, www.georgiadogs.com Directed by Kelundra Smith, theatre and jourGraduate and Professional Students Apprenalism major. $7, $5 UGA students. Tickets Baseball vs. Mississippi State. $5, $8 reserved ciation Day Lecture. “The Power of Procrastiavailable at Tate Student Center. 7:30 p.m. seat, free for UGA students. 2:00 p.m. Foley nation,” Jorge Cham, creator of the Piled HighThrough Sunday, April 3, 2011. Morton Thea- Field. Last of three-game series. Contact: 706- er and Deeper comic strip. A book signing will tre. April 3 at 2:30 p.m. Contact: follow his talk. 3:30 p.m. - 5:30 p.m. Grand 542-1231, www.georgiadogs.com uga.bte@gmail.com Hall, Tate Student Center. Contact: 706-425Monday, April 4, 2011 2953, jmilton@uga.edu Saturday, April 2, 2011 Performance: Wayne Hoffman. Hoffman is a Friday, April 1, 2011

COMMUNITY BULLETIN BOARD Summer Storage Those students who wish to apply for the summer storage program must fill out the appropriate forms in the FGH office. Forms will be available beginning April 4th and must be completed before April 30th.

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Tax Assistance for international students is here! All students must fill out tax forms– due April 15th! International Student Life will have a tax assistance workshop for the Georgia Tax Form on Sunday, April 3, from 11-2 in the Memorial Hall Ballroom. Also, a session will be offered on Wednesday, April 13th, 3:30-6:30pm in Adinkra Hall (4th floor of Memorial Hall). Be sure to bring all federal forms, W2s, 1040s, and 1099s. Walk-in help is also available during coffee hours. Email isltax@uga.edu for more information.

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Activities From the UGA Master Calendar years and older. Screenings will be conducted to identify communication disorders or differChalk Talk Lecture: Teaching Tips from the ences and to provide prevention or intervention UGA Teaching Academy. “Teaching the BIG resources, when needed. By appointment. 9:00 IDEAS in the Introductory Course,” Christine a.m. - 12:30 p.m. UGA Speech and Hearing Franklin, five-time winner of the Outstanding Clinic, 593 Aderhold Hall. Contact: 706-542Honors Professor Award, winner of the Sandy 4598, alnix@uga.edu Beaver Outstanding Teaching Award, and FYOS Workshop: Rubric Design. Sponsored member of the UGA Teaching Academy. For faculty and teaching assistants. Lunch provided. by the Center for Teaching and Learning. Learn the basic components of rubrics, compares 11:30 a.m. - 1:00 p.m. Reading Room, Miller different types, provides various examples, and Learning Center. Contact: dpinette@uga.edu. introduces the process of developing rubrics for RSVP by April 4 to ctl.uga.edu/chalktalk your FYOS. 10:00 a.m. - 11:00 a.m. North Men's Tennis vs. Florida. 5:00 p.m. Dan Conference Room, Instructional Plaza. Contact: Magill Tennis Complex. Contact: 706-542pauquick@uga.edu 1621, www.georgiadogs.com Softball vs. Ole Miss. 6:30 p.m. Women's Softball vs. Kentucky. 6:30 p.m. Women's Sports Complex, Milledge Avenue. Part of Sports Complex, Milledge Avenue. Part of three-game series. Contact: 706-542-1621, three-game series. Contact: 706-542-1621, www.georgiadogs.com www.georgiadogs.com Baseball vs. Florida. $5, $8 reserved seat, free Saturday, April 9, 2011 for UGA students. 7:00 p.m. Foley Field. Part of three-game series. CSS-TV. Contact: 706'Plantapalooza' Spring Plant Sale. Three locations: Visitor Center, State Botanical Gar- 542-1231, www.georgiadogs.com den; The Trial Gardens at UGA ( behind Snel- Athens' Global Youth Service Weekend. ling Dining Hall and next to the Pharmacy Keep Athens-Clarke County Beautiful’s Great building); and the UGA Horticulture Club, near American Clean-Up at local schools (April 15). the intersection of Riverbend and College Sta- Service opportunities will be available the ention roads. 8:00 a.m. - 2:00 p.m. Contact: 706- tire weekend at various project sites in Athens. 542-1244, www.ugatrialgardens.com/, Through Sunday, April 17, 2011. Contact: 706www.hortclub.uga.edu, garden@uga.edu 353-1313, HandsOnNortheastGeorgia.org, Friday, April 8, 2011

International Street Festival. Musical and dance performances from at least 20 countries. Approximately 30 international student organizations and multicultural organizations that will present cultural and educational displays including artifacts, fashions, interactive games and cultural demonstrations. Noon - 5:00 p.m. Downtown Athens. Contact: 706-542-5867, ugaisl@uga.edu Softball vs. Kentucky. 2:30 p.m. Women's Sports Complex, Milledge Avenue. Part of three-game series. Contact: 706-542-1621, www.georgiadogs.com

Wednesday, April 20, 2011 Softball vs. Georgia Southern. 6:30 p.m. Women's Sports Complex, Milledge Ave. Contact: 706-542-1621, www.georgiadogs.com Baseball vs. Clemson. $5, $8 reserved seat, free for UGA students. 7:00 p.m. Foley Field. CSS-TV. Contact: 706-542-1231, www.georgiadogs.com University Theatre Performance: Hamlet. $15, $12 for UGA students. 8:00 p.m. Through Friday, April 22, 2011. Ine Arts Theatre. Also April 23 at 2:30 p.m. Contact: 706-542-2838 (tickets), www.drama.uga.edu

cnossett@communityconnection211.org Saturday, April 16, 2011

Saturday, April 23, 2011

Football: G-Day spring game. 1:00 p.m. Sanford Stadium.

Paragliding Trip. Sponsored by the Georgia Outdoor Recreation Program. A tandem flight opportunity with a United States Hang Gliding Association certified pilot. Long pants, closetoed shoes and a jacket are recommended. $90, $85 faculty and staff, $75 UGA students. Register by April 20. Contact: 706-542-8030

Softball vs. Ole Miss. 2:30 p.m. Women's Sports Complex, Milledge Avenue. Part of three-game series. Contact: 706-542-1621, www.georgiadogs.com Baseball vs. Florida. $5, $8 reserved seat, free for UGA students. 5:00 p.m. Foley Field. Part of three-game series. ESPNU-TV. Contact: 706-542-1231, www.georgiadogs.com

Sunday, April 17, 2011 Men's Tennis vs. South Carolina. 1:00 p.m. Dan Magill Tennis Complex. Contact: 706-542- Softball vs. Ole Miss. 1:30 p.m. Women's Sports Complex, Milledge Avenue. Last of 1621, www.georgiadogs.com three-game series. Contact: 706-542-1621, Softball vs. Kentucky. 1:30 p.m. Women's www.georgiadogs.com Sports Complex, Milledge Avenue. Last of Baseball vs. Florida. $5, $8 reserved seat, free three-game series. Contact: 706-542-1621, for UGA students. 2:00 p.m. Foley Field. Last www.georgiadogs.com of three-game series. CSS-TV. Contact: 706542-1231, www.georgiadogs.com Friday, April 15, 2011

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Performance: ARCO Chamber Orchestra. Part of the Franklin College Chamber Music Series, which presents the finest chamber music free of charge as the university's gift to the community. 3:00 p.m. Hodgson Concert Hall, Performing Arts Center. Contact: 706-5424400, www.uga.edu/pac

Exhibition: All Creatures Great and Small. A display of art depicting animals created by selftaught American artists, works from the collection of Carl Mullis from the Georgia Museum of Art’s permanent collection. Through Sunday, April 1, 2012. Hartsfield-Jackson Airport, Atlanta. Contact: collardj@uga.edu

Sunday, April 10, 2011

Free Speech and Hearing Screenings. Of speech, language, voice, resonance, fluency, and hearing for adults and for children ages 3

UGA students. 2:30 p.m. Fine Arts Theatre. Contact: 706-542-2838 (tickets), www.drama.uga.edu

University Theatre Performance: Hamlet. A stark, pared-down and powerful take one of a William Shakespeare tragedy. $15, $12 for

Wednesday, April 27, 2011 Softball vs. Kennesaw State. 6:30 p.m. Women's Sports Complex, Milledge Avenue. Contact: 706-542-1621, www.georgiadogs.com Friday, April 29, 2011 Baseball vs. Arkansas. $5, $8 reserved seat, free for UGA students. 6:30 p.m. Foley Field. Part of three-game series. Contact: 706-5421231, www.georgiadogs.com Saturday, April 30, 2011 Baseball vs. Arkansas. $5, $8 reserved seat, free for UGA students. 1:00 p.m. Foley Field. Part of three-game series. ESPN2-TV. Contact: 706-542-1231, www.georgiadogs.com

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Important Phone Numbers to Keep Handy Http://www.uga.edu/housing/

Family and Graduate Housing Office 542-1473 (8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday –Friday) THE UNIVERSITY OF GEORGIA FAMILY AND GRADUATE HOUSING The University of Georgia Family and Graduate Housing 710 East Campus Road Athens, Georgia Phone: 706-542-1473 Fax: 706-542-8402 Email: FGH@uga.edu

Resident Manager 540-4366 (on call after 5 p.m. Mon.-Fri. and all day Sat & Sun.) •

Joe McLain - 389-6100 (RM Bldgs ABCD) area1@uga.edu

Jonathan Gibson - 389-6200 (RM Bldgs EFGH ) area2@uga.edu

Nicole Kim - 389-6300 (RM Bldgs JKL) area3@uga.edu

Ashlyn Fowler - 389-6400 (RM Bldgs MNP&BO) area4@uga.edu

Charity Gateere - 389-6500 (RM Bldgs QRS) area5@uga.edu

UGA Police 542-2200 (24 hrs)

Emergency 911 (24 hrs)

Work orders 542-3999 (24hrs) or https://apps.itos.uga.edu/housingworkrequest/ EITS Help Desk 542-3106

The Maintenance Corner Jamie Wilkes Maintenance Supervisor

3/30/11

The maintenance crew completed 449 work orders between 3/01/11 and 3/30/11 P-building: The asbestos contractor finally finished and construction is going on throughout the building. The left side of the building of course is much farther along and they are already hanging cabinets on the second and third floor. This building is supposed to be ready August 1st for move in, which means that construction has to be complete around the middle of July. We are about to start pressure washing the outside of all our buildings if it ever dries up some. I will send out e-mail notices as to when we will start on your building so that you will know to close your windows. The pest control company just complet-

ed baiting all apartments for roaches. They use a paste that looks like peanut butter and they place it under cabinets and behind the refrigerators and stoves. This should reduce the amount of pest that you will have in your apartments. When you use the laundries and you have trouble with a machine please email or call in a work order, just as you would with your apartment. We need to know which laundry and which machine is not working. Please do not tamper with the smoke detectors in your apartment. This is the first warning that you will get in case there is a fire in your apartment. If you disable the head and there is a fire not only are you endangering yourself but everyone in your building. Call the F&GH office during the day and the Resident Manager on duty at night to silence the head if you accidentally set it off while cooking.

Pest Control: Peachtree Pest Control comes to Family Housing every Wednesday to treat apartments. Please have your work orders in before Wednesdays of each week or you will have to wait until the following week. *** Pest Control personnel have told me that roaches and other pest hate clean cool apartments. To keep pest down remove your trash daily and keep your food such as cereal, rice, breads in sealable containers. Wipe down your ranges and counter tops after cooking.


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