Greetings, PCHers! Welcome to the lovely month of February and the sweet return of midterms! We hope you are all hanging in there! To de-stress and break the monotony of studying, join us for some of these upcoming events!
Come join us in visiting the seniors of Westwood Manor! Let's bring smiles to their faces! Sign ups should be done the day/night before the site you visit. If you need to cancel, please give notice at least a few hours before the site (no last minute cancellations please). *NOTE* you must go to orientation first in order to volunteer at this site. If you have any questions please email us at email@example.com. Sign up at http://tinyurl.com/sswmwinter2015
Still have midterms this week? Or need to catch up on any other classes? Come join your Senior Smiles directors, Shayma and Christine at Rieber Fireside Lounge and have some fun while you study!
Couldn't get enough of our fundraiser from last Thursday? Want even more opportunities to get hours and help out PCH? Come join us again at the Bruin Bear this Thursday at our Pilipino Lumpia and Boba Fundraiser! Get your fundraising requirement out of the way, work towards your active membership and eat some lumpia while you’re at it. Sign up for a shift (or shifts ;)) here. Hope to see your lovely faces there!
Learn more about the OLP Health Fair and the community we serve! The Health Fair is from 8am to 3pm on February 8th! Sign up to volunteer for a shift at the OLP Health Fair with this link: https://docs.google.com/forms/d/1O8mgdtTUipxFJHh18XxQIFwHKiXSkGvLB0l5hDUZSHw/viewform?usp=send_form Please fill out the form as soon as possible because spots are limited! If there are any questions or concerns, please feel free to contact Rosheil Ramirez firstname.lastname@example.org.
Have movies like Contagion got you paranoid about coughs and sneezes? Think that hospital-life is full of Dr. McDreamys, or that your journey from scrub to practitioner will be just like JD and Turk’s? Take a study break and join us at this week’s GM. We’ll explore how media and pop culture affect how we think of health and medicine in our everyday lives. And remember, in the end - it’s never lupus.