Staff Senate Appreciation Picnic Is Today
The Staff Appreciation Lunch will be from 11:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. today, Thursday, May 18, at Razorback Stadium. Click here for printable flyer.
Razorback Charters will provide free shuttle service to and from the picnic starting at 11 a.m. through 2 p.m. Dropping and loading will only be at Gate 1 at Reynold's Razorback Stadium on the Razorback Road side of the stadium. Real-time shuttle tracking will be available on Campus Maps, choose the bus symbol and select "Staff Picnic Shuttle."
For questions about the Staff Picnic Shuttle please call 479-575-7913.
Stops will be FAMA (key office), Gate 1 Razorback Stadium, Hotz Hall, Pat Walker Health Center, Waterman Hall on Maple, Old Main on Maple, Grad Ed Building on Maple, Bell Engineering on Dickson Street, Harmon Parking Garage, Starbucks on Dickson Street.
Free parking is available in green lots 72 and 73. Click here for detailed parking map.
Washington County Sheriff's office and University Police Department will be running the grills for the event. Special guest appearances by the campus K9 Officers.
Hot dogs, Hamburgers, Chicken, Potato Salad, Little Debbie Treats, Pepsi soft drinks, water, and Hiland Dairy Ice Cream.
Please bring your University ID cards to easily and quickly register for door prizes! Senators with ID card readers will be located at Gates 1 and 16. If you forget your ID that's okay a paper registration will also be available.
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"Thank you" to the following vendors and donors
Campus Card Office, Catfish Hole, Chartwell's Dining Service, Facilities Management, Golden Corral, Harps, Hiland Dairy, Little Debbie, McAlister's Deli, Pepsi, Razorback Athletic Facilities, Razorback Charters (Transit and Parking), Razorback Transit, Sams Club, Sodexo, Sonic Drive In, McKee Food, Corp., Tyson Foods, University Police Department, University Recreation, Washington County Sheriff's Office
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