CCE Opportunities

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Upcoming CCE Events

Get Up and Get Moving Healthy Kids Initiative at Union Elementary School

Friday, Nov. 8th, 2:45-5:30pm

Meet at Chapel Oval to carpool to Union Elementary School

FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 8th from 3:15 to 5:30 p.m. the Health and Wellness and Appalachian Experience Issue Teams of WE LEAD will be hosting an event at Union Elementary School. We will be playing games with the kids and handing out educational information. We hope to make this a lasting partnership with the schools in order to fight childhood obesity in children and give children information they can take home to educate their families.

We are anticipating around 57 children, so we will need volunteers! Please contact me if you are interested.

We will be carpooling from the Chapel Oval at 2:50 p.m. on Friday. We will have an agenda created for you then so you will know specifically what you are doing. Also, if you have class until 2:50, but would still like to go, let me know, and we will work with you on a ride.

Please let Amanda Davis ( know by Thursday at noon whether or not you will be attending.

"Tapped The Movie"

Thursday, Nov. 14th, 8pm

Hyma Auditorium

The WE LEAD Eco/Sustainability team is hosting a viewing of "Tapped" to raise awareness about the effects of bottled water. Not only do these bottles effect the environment, but they also impact your health and wallet! Learn more on November 14th at 8:00PM in HYMA AUDITORIUM. Prizes will be given after the showing during a short Q&A session.

Check out the "Tapped" trailer!

'Tapped The Movie' - Trailer on Bottled Water Documentary

UpCycling: Get into the holiday spirit by making some decorations out of RECYCLABLE MATERIALS!

Friday, Nov. 15th, 4:30pm

Side Dining Hall

The WE LEAD Eco/Sustainability team will be hosting an UpCycling event on November 15th from 4:30PM-6:30PM in the SIDE DINING HALL. We will be making Christmas decorations out of recyclable materials including Christmas trees, penguins, and snowmen! Come out during dinner and have fun while getting into the holiday spirit!

Ten Thousand Villages Sale

Wednesday, Nov. 13th, 10am-7pm

Game Room located on the first floor of the Benedum Campus Center

The WE LEAD Annual Events team is hosting the Ten Thousand Villages store from November 13th through November 20th. On weekdays the store will run from 10:00 AM to 7:00 PM. On weekends the store will be open from 1:00 PM to 7:00 PM. To help with the store or find out more information please e-mail Elaine Ashman ( or Shawna Clayon (

Ten Thousand Villages is an exceptional source for unique handmade gifts, jewelry, home decor, art and sculpture, textiles, serveware and personal accessories representing the diverse cultures of artisans in Asia, Africa, Latin America and the Middle East. One of the world's largest fair trade organizations and a founding member of the World Fair Trade Organization (WFTO), the company strives to improve the livelihood of tens of thousands of disadvantaged artisans in 38 countries. Ten Thousand Villages accomplishes this by establishing a sustainable market for handmade products in North America, and building long term buying relationships in places where skilled artisan partners lack opportunities for stable income. Product sales help pay for food, education, healthcare and housing for artisans who would otherwise be unemployed or underemployed.

Every Product is a Miracle -- 30 sec

Upcoming Issue Team Meetings

    Don't miss these opportunities to learn more and get involved in the issues you care about!

    • Social Justice Team Weekly Meetings, every Wednesday, 8 pm in the CCE(located behind the campus bookstore)
    • Children & Youth Team Weekly Meetings, every Tuesday, 5 pm in the CCE
    • Appalachian Experience Team Meetings, every other Thursday (Nov. 7 & 21), 6 pm in the CCE
    • Animal Welfare Team Meeting, every other Tuesday (Nov.19), 7 pm in the CCE
    • Eco/Sustainability Team Meetings, every other Wednesday (Nov. 6 & 20), 4:15 pm in the CCE
    • Health & Wellness Team Meeting on October 28, 8 pm, CCE

Requests from the Community

  • The Create Buckhannon group is taking down the hanging lights on Main St. in Buckhannon on Thursday, November 7th. If you would like to help, meet at the Chamber office (next to C.J. Maggies) at 1:00 PM.
  • Volunteers are needed to help with Stockert Youth Center's Drill Team. The program directors are looking for eager students to teach children. If you can help or have experience with baton/poms/rifles/flags, please contact Briana Blake.

There are several speakers on campus this week, so please support other WVWC departments by attending their events too!

  1. Wednesday, November 6th at 4:30 PM in the Library Affrilachian poet, Crystal Good, will be reading from her collection of poetry, Valley Girl.
  2. Wednesday, November 6th at 7:00 PM in the Performing Arts Center concludes the series of female speakers co-sponsored by West Virginia Wesleyan’s School of Business and the Center for Women’s Leadership. Tonight's speaker, Meshea Poore, is an attorney and WV state legislator, and will be talking about being a "Leader in Law & Government."
  3. Thursday, November 7th at 7:00 PM in Loar Auditorium poet, Crystal Good, professor Ethel Morgan Smith, and WV Delegate Meshea Poore will facilitate a panel discussion on questions of racial and gender justice through their work as leaders in the state of WV.