The Hall County Heart Walk will be on Brenau’s Historic Campus this year at 9 a.m. Saturday, Oct. 13. Registration is free. If you want to walk and get a free shirt, please email Kelley Maddox by Sept. 23. See the 2018 Hall County Heart Walk Flyer for more details. Employees who participate will be awarded with 5 Activity Points.
Under Student/Learner, enter the Registration Code c6a9297d.
Click “Next” to create your account. Note: When prompted, you will enter your Brenau 6-digit faculty/staff ID number to receive credit for completion. If you do not know your 6 digit ID number, you can look it up in CampusWeb, review your ADP portal at www.workforcenow.adp.com or you may contact the Human Resources Office or Payroll Office.
All employees should complete Part 1 of the training for faculty and staff by Friday, Sept. 7.
Brenau’s first of three “Fall Food Truck Fridays” will be held Friday, Sept. 28, starting at 11 a.m. on the lawn of Sorority Circle. Come and enjoy tacos and hot dogs from the Aramark Food Truck and ice cream from “Lil Ice Cream Dude.”
Faculty, staff and guests should be sure to have cash ready. Students will be able to sign in for payment. No lunch will be served in the dining hall on this day unless the event is rained out.
There are 15 afternoon appointments available on a first-come, first-serve basis for chair massages Wednesday, Sept. 19, on the Gainesville historic campus. Each massage lasts for 10 minutes. To claim one of the appointments please be one of the first 15 to email Kelley Maddox at firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Hall County Heart Walk will be on Brenau’s Historic Campus this year, Saturday, Oct. 13 at 9 a.m. Registration is free. If you want to walk and get a free shirt, please email Kelley Maddox by Sept. 23. See the 2018 Hall Co. Heart Walk Flyer (PDF) for more details. Employees who participate will be awarded with 5 Activity Points towards Wellness.
As a way to honor and give respect to those affected by 9/11, Health Services is hosting a Blood Drive from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. on Monday, Sept. 10 in the Sellars Gallery. Let’s honor those who lost their life by giving blood and saving another life. The American Red Cross has an emergent need for blood donors.
Health Services would like to challenge the Brenau community to make this a record drive. Over the last three years, our record for pints donated is 36. We challenge YOU to help us get to 40 pints!