[Members] 34TH Annual S.E.E.D. (Science Education Enrichment Day) - Invitation to Participate
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From: Members <members-bounces@...> On Behalf Of KENT HUFFORD via Members
Sent: Sunday, July 7, 2019 2:05 PM
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Subject: [Members] 34TH Annual S.E.E.D. (Science Education Enrichment Day) - Invitation to Participate
WE have been invited to participate in the 2019 SEED day on Saturday Oct 5TH, from 10:00am until 3:00pm on the campus of USC Aiken.
This has been the biggest exposure of HAM radio in the CSRA each year. It takes a real commitment from a larger group of CSRA Hams than most normal “runs”.
You have or have been interested in volunteering for this in the past. Please let me know that you want to support this great event. I need your T-shirt size. I need to get the order in for your T-shirt and box lunch.
Thanks again for your support
From: John Hutchens
The 34th annual Science Education Enrichment Day (S.E.E.D.) will take place on Saturday, October 5, 2019 from 10:00am until 3:00pm on the campus of USC Aiken and will feature hands-on activities, interactive demonstrations, and STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Math) themed entertainment. The CSRA’s largest STEM festival will provide opportunity for engagement and exchange between children, teens, families, and local STEM professionals.
Last year over 3600 Central Savannah River Area (CSRA) citizens attended S.E.E.D.. Your dedication to this event has made it grow year after year. We certainly appreciate your participation in the past and we hope that you will join us again this year.
One of the goals of S.E.E.D. is to encourage organizations invested in STEM education, research and innovation to work together to excite our community about science! Companies, organizations and STEM professionals can become a SEED exhibitor. We encourage exhibitors to feature local STEM discoveries, the specific research and innovations coming out of local laboratories, and the science and technology behind area businesses. All content must be family-friendly, safe and appropriate.
To get a better idea of what our event looks like, take a look at our photo album from 2017: 2017 Photo Album
John M. Hutchens
Director of Special Programs