ENMU briefs — June 1

Wellness program enrollment open

The Summer Lifelong Wellness program is accepting enrollment. To enroll for summer, send an e-mail to cathy.hess@enmu.ed. and tell her which option you would like: One credit or two credits. If individuals would like to participate in an existing physical activity class, contact Cathy Hess with the class and meeting days and times.

Nominations sought

ENMU is looking for new senators from business affairs and academic affairs and needs nominations for the Personnel Policy and Handbook Committee (three positions) and Special Appeals (four positions). Send all nominations to Barbara Senn at Barbara.Senn@enmu.edu. The last day for nominations is May 26. Elections will be May 24 through May 27.

Exhibit features student designs

Students in this spring’s costume design class designed and made ambitious costumes for Romeo and Juliet. Come see their work in a beautiful and informative exhibition in the entrance cases at the ENMU Golden Library now through June.

Puppy volunteers needed

Six puppies were dropped off at the Clovis Humane Society. They are too young to be away from their mother and are in need of another mother dog or a kind-hearted person willing to bottle-feed them. For more information, contact the Clovis Pet Rescue at 693-3856.

Bike repair clinic planned

Central Christian Church and The Lighthouse Mission are teaming up again this year to host a Bike Repair Clinic on June 11 from 9 a.m. to Noon. People can bring their own tools if they have them. Individuals are not obligated to volunteer for the entire event, just an hour or two.

Contact Bill Brewer at 763-3517.

Tennis course scheduled

Matthew Martin, assistant professor of health and physical education, is holding an eight-week tennis course May 31 through July 19 on Tuesdays from 7 to 8 p.m. for ages six to 17.

These classes will cover the fundamentals of tennis, including explanations of the line and scoring system, basic strokes and hitting technique.