Good Stuff Comin' Up...

Good morning, everybody. For all you lucky summer vacation lovin' folks who are just rolling out of bed, here are a few things you might be interested in. Hope everyone is enjoying their breaks (even if only for a few days).
  • The UACCM University Bookstore is holding its annual sidewalk sale next Monday and Tuesday, June 15 and 16. Prices have been slashed throughout the store and many CBK items, Razorback goodies, select apparel, and more is all priced to sell! Stop by the bookstore from 7:30 am to 5:00 pm to check out these great deals, and while you're there, don't forget the Starbucks!
  • June 26 and 27 will mark the 21st annual Great Arkansas Pig Out Festival in Morrilton! This year's festival will feature all the tried-and-true free games, activities, and entertainment as always in addition to a lot of new FREE activities and FREE food! Also new this year, a portion of festival proceeds will go to the Conway County School Counts! initiative. If you don't know about School Counts, you should. Click here. Entertainment for the festival will include Nik and Sam, Matt Stell and the Crashers, RELIC, and headliner Justin Moore. For a complete list of sponsors and events during the Pig Out Festival, click here. If you want to help out at the festival (more volunteers are always needed), contact Kristi Strain at strain@uaccm.edu.
  • Want to get some classes out of the way this summer? Registration for summer II classes will be held on Thursday, July 2 from 8:00 am to 3:00 pm. Click here to find out more about important registration dates, tuition prices, and classes available.
  • Speaking of classes, the 2009-10 UACCM catalog is now available online! The hard copy will be available within the next few weeks.
Well, that's all I've got for right now. Until next time...

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