LHSON Tailgate Party

Monday, November 23rd

11:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m.

3700 Worth

Lot 14

Free Barbecue and all the ‘fixin’s’

Welcome the Bears to Saturday’s big game at Cowboy Stadium

By wearing your Spirit Colors!

Sic ‘em Bears!

Baylor University Send Off

BSNA represented LHSON at the Baylor University Send Off on Saturday, November 21st at 2:00 PM. Baylor students who have been accepted into LHSON for Spring 2010 were recognized and congratulated by Crystalyn Tucker (BSNA Secretary) , Dr. Judy Lott (Dean), Pre-Nursing Advisors, and on-site NSNA Representatives. Families and friends gathered afterward at the reception to discuss their past experiences and the wonderful journey that lies ahead. Congratulations to the new Baylor Nursing Students!!

Thank you to Mrs. Savoldi, Crystalyn Tucker, Lisa Kotzur, and Sara Lewis for your participation and representing BSNA at this Baylor event.

BSNA Blood Drive-American Red Cross

AmericanRedCrossBSNA Blood Drive is now HERE!!! Join us on Monday November 9th to donate! Please log on to the American Red Cross site below and enter the code “bsn” to sign up for a time. The donation van will be in the Landry Parking lot from 12:00- 4:00.

Please be sure to bring your ID, as well as have a good meal before your donation time. Feel free to email me if you have any questions! Kelley_McDonald@baylor.edu.

https://www.givelife.org/index_flash.cfm?thisHB=10/28/2009%2002:49:57 (this will lead you straight to the sign in website)

Baylor University Homecoming!

Hopefully you were able to attend Baylor University’s 100th year homecoming event this past weekend in Waco, TX. Thousands participated and attended the parade. BSNA proudly represented Louise Herrington School of Nursing in the parade and by selling sweatshirts on-site.

Thank you to everyone who participated in making this a wonderful event!! Go Baylor!!

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100 Years Centennial Celebration

100yearsBSNA proudly supported LHSON Centennial Celebration by vending at one of the tables at the event. BSNA introduced speakers, assisted setting up the event, and sold Baylor Nursing shirts and mugs. We were able to meet many past nursing students and discuss future opportunities. What a wonderful weekend.

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LHSON URL http://www.baylor.edu/Nursing/index.php?id=64410

Sweatshirt Design Contest

We have a winner of the Sweatshirt design contest!! The winner will receive a $50.00 Visa Gift Card for their submission and their design will be used for this year’s homecoming sweatshirt. We will keep you posted on the availability of the sweatshirts.

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T-Shirts For Sale!!

Each of the shirts are $15.00!! What a great deal. If you are interested in any of these please contact Kelley McDonald at Kelley_McDonald@baylor.edu!

T-Shirt #1 “Just Do It” (Short Sleeve)

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T-Shirt #2 Homecoming ” We fix the ‘Sick’em Bears” (Long Sleeve)

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T-Shirt #3  “Lucky You” (Short Sleeve)

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BSNA Bake Sale

BSNA.BakeSaleOver $100.00 dollars was raised from the Bake Sale held last Monday. Thank you for all of your support. BSNA could not have done it without the staff, students, and friends. bakesale2bakesale1bakesale3

Southlake Health Fair

Saturday, May 2, 2009
8:00AM-2:00PM

Members of the Baylor Parent’s League and BSNA congregated outside of the Central Market in Southlake to lend a helping hand to over sixty members of the community! BSNA nursing students administered blood pressure checks and blood glucose readings for voluntary participants. Education materials provided included ‘Risks for Stroke’ and diabetes materials from the American Diabetes Association. Mrs. Bonnie Savoldi, BSNA advisor, presented information on ‘the Swine flu’ and Sara Lewis, BSNA publicity chair, presented on ‘Diabetes’ in the Central Market conference room to community members and leaders. The day was a success!  Once again BSNA and the Baylor Parent’s League have provided primary prevention to a local community members.

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