Celestino’s had the best pizza! #Celestinos #chico

AMA Saves Lives Kickball Tournament - Spring 2014
In my position on the executive board of AMA, my largest event is the AMA Save Lives Kickball Tournament. The event is to raise awareness for the importance of Organ Donation through Donate Life America. The teams that participated helped raise funds for a donation to the philanthropy.
We had 8 teams this semester, most from the CSU, Chico College of Business, and we had over 100 people show up for the philanthropy. The event took much preparation and planning, but my AMA board and committees came together to get this event off the ground and make sure that everything ran smoothly. The event turned out great! We raised awareness for Donate Life America, had tons of food, listened to music, played some games, got through the intense moments and had a great event. 
This is the last time I will be putting on the event as Director of Community Affairs; however, I am excited to see how this event continues to grow in the coming years. I found that this event took so much planning and stress that at moments I didn’t know if it was going to happen. All the planning and team work was worth it, because once the event started I was able to let it go and enjoy the experience with all the other attendees. 
It’s great to have such a committed team to have my back and be ready work wherever I needed them. Thanks AMA and everyone else who came! We executed this event together and I had a great time! AMA Saves Lives Kickball Tournament - Spring 2014
In my position on the executive board of AMA, my largest event is the AMA Save Lives Kickball Tournament. The event is to raise awareness for the importance of Organ Donation through Donate Life America. The teams that participated helped raise funds for a donation to the philanthropy.
We had 8 teams this semester, most from the CSU, Chico College of Business, and we had over 100 people show up for the philanthropy. The event took much preparation and planning, but my AMA board and committees came together to get this event off the ground and make sure that everything ran smoothly. The event turned out great! We raised awareness for Donate Life America, had tons of food, listened to music, played some games, got through the intense moments and had a great event. 
This is the last time I will be putting on the event as Director of Community Affairs; however, I am excited to see how this event continues to grow in the coming years. I found that this event took so much planning and stress that at moments I didn’t know if it was going to happen. All the planning and team work was worth it, because once the event started I was able to let it go and enjoy the experience with all the other attendees. 
It’s great to have such a committed team to have my back and be ready work wherever I needed them. Thanks AMA and everyone else who came! We executed this event together and I had a great time! AMA Saves Lives Kickball Tournament - Spring 2014
In my position on the executive board of AMA, my largest event is the AMA Save Lives Kickball Tournament. The event is to raise awareness for the importance of Organ Donation through Donate Life America. The teams that participated helped raise funds for a donation to the philanthropy.
We had 8 teams this semester, most from the CSU, Chico College of Business, and we had over 100 people show up for the philanthropy. The event took much preparation and planning, but my AMA board and committees came together to get this event off the ground and make sure that everything ran smoothly. The event turned out great! We raised awareness for Donate Life America, had tons of food, listened to music, played some games, got through the intense moments and had a great event. 
This is the last time I will be putting on the event as Director of Community Affairs; however, I am excited to see how this event continues to grow in the coming years. I found that this event took so much planning and stress that at moments I didn’t know if it was going to happen. All the planning and team work was worth it, because once the event started I was able to let it go and enjoy the experience with all the other attendees. 
It’s great to have such a committed team to have my back and be ready work wherever I needed them. Thanks AMA and everyone else who came! We executed this event together and I had a great time! AMA Saves Lives Kickball Tournament - Spring 2014
In my position on the executive board of AMA, my largest event is the AMA Save Lives Kickball Tournament. The event is to raise awareness for the importance of Organ Donation through Donate Life America. The teams that participated helped raise funds for a donation to the philanthropy.
We had 8 teams this semester, most from the CSU, Chico College of Business, and we had over 100 people show up for the philanthropy. The event took much preparation and planning, but my AMA board and committees came together to get this event off the ground and make sure that everything ran smoothly. The event turned out great! We raised awareness for Donate Life America, had tons of food, listened to music, played some games, got through the intense moments and had a great event. 
This is the last time I will be putting on the event as Director of Community Affairs; however, I am excited to see how this event continues to grow in the coming years. I found that this event took so much planning and stress that at moments I didn’t know if it was going to happen. All the planning and team work was worth it, because once the event started I was able to let it go and enjoy the experience with all the other attendees. 
It’s great to have such a committed team to have my back and be ready work wherever I needed them. Thanks AMA and everyone else who came! We executed this event together and I had a great time! AMA Saves Lives Kickball Tournament - Spring 2014
In my position on the executive board of AMA, my largest event is the AMA Save Lives Kickball Tournament. The event is to raise awareness for the importance of Organ Donation through Donate Life America. The teams that participated helped raise funds for a donation to the philanthropy.
We had 8 teams this semester, most from the CSU, Chico College of Business, and we had over 100 people show up for the philanthropy. The event took much preparation and planning, but my AMA board and committees came together to get this event off the ground and make sure that everything ran smoothly. The event turned out great! We raised awareness for Donate Life America, had tons of food, listened to music, played some games, got through the intense moments and had a great event. 
This is the last time I will be putting on the event as Director of Community Affairs; however, I am excited to see how this event continues to grow in the coming years. I found that this event took so much planning and stress that at moments I didn’t know if it was going to happen. All the planning and team work was worth it, because once the event started I was able to let it go and enjoy the experience with all the other attendees. 
It’s great to have such a committed team to have my back and be ready work wherever I needed them. Thanks AMA and everyone else who came! We executed this event together and I had a great time! AMA Saves Lives Kickball Tournament - Spring 2014
In my position on the executive board of AMA, my largest event is the AMA Save Lives Kickball Tournament. The event is to raise awareness for the importance of Organ Donation through Donate Life America. The teams that participated helped raise funds for a donation to the philanthropy.
We had 8 teams this semester, most from the CSU, Chico College of Business, and we had over 100 people show up for the philanthropy. The event took much preparation and planning, but my AMA board and committees came together to get this event off the ground and make sure that everything ran smoothly. The event turned out great! We raised awareness for Donate Life America, had tons of food, listened to music, played some games, got through the intense moments and had a great event. 
This is the last time I will be putting on the event as Director of Community Affairs; however, I am excited to see how this event continues to grow in the coming years. I found that this event took so much planning and stress that at moments I didn’t know if it was going to happen. All the planning and team work was worth it, because once the event started I was able to let it go and enjoy the experience with all the other attendees. 
It’s great to have such a committed team to have my back and be ready work wherever I needed them. Thanks AMA and everyone else who came! We executed this event together and I had a great time! AMA Saves Lives Kickball Tournament - Spring 2014
In my position on the executive board of AMA, my largest event is the AMA Save Lives Kickball Tournament. The event is to raise awareness for the importance of Organ Donation through Donate Life America. The teams that participated helped raise funds for a donation to the philanthropy.
We had 8 teams this semester, most from the CSU, Chico College of Business, and we had over 100 people show up for the philanthropy. The event took much preparation and planning, but my AMA board and committees came together to get this event off the ground and make sure that everything ran smoothly. The event turned out great! We raised awareness for Donate Life America, had tons of food, listened to music, played some games, got through the intense moments and had a great event. 
This is the last time I will be putting on the event as Director of Community Affairs; however, I am excited to see how this event continues to grow in the coming years. I found that this event took so much planning and stress that at moments I didn’t know if it was going to happen. All the planning and team work was worth it, because once the event started I was able to let it go and enjoy the experience with all the other attendees. 
It’s great to have such a committed team to have my back and be ready work wherever I needed them. Thanks AMA and everyone else who came! We executed this event together and I had a great time! AMA Saves Lives Kickball Tournament - Spring 2014
In my position on the executive board of AMA, my largest event is the AMA Save Lives Kickball Tournament. The event is to raise awareness for the importance of Organ Donation through Donate Life America. The teams that participated helped raise funds for a donation to the philanthropy.
We had 8 teams this semester, most from the CSU, Chico College of Business, and we had over 100 people show up for the philanthropy. The event took much preparation and planning, but my AMA board and committees came together to get this event off the ground and make sure that everything ran smoothly. The event turned out great! We raised awareness for Donate Life America, had tons of food, listened to music, played some games, got through the intense moments and had a great event. 
This is the last time I will be putting on the event as Director of Community Affairs; however, I am excited to see how this event continues to grow in the coming years. I found that this event took so much planning and stress that at moments I didn’t know if it was going to happen. All the planning and team work was worth it, because once the event started I was able to let it go and enjoy the experience with all the other attendees. 
It’s great to have such a committed team to have my back and be ready work wherever I needed them. Thanks AMA and everyone else who came! We executed this event together and I had a great time! AMA Saves Lives Kickball Tournament - Spring 2014
In my position on the executive board of AMA, my largest event is the AMA Save Lives Kickball Tournament. The event is to raise awareness for the importance of Organ Donation through Donate Life America. The teams that participated helped raise funds for a donation to the philanthropy.
We had 8 teams this semester, most from the CSU, Chico College of Business, and we had over 100 people show up for the philanthropy. The event took much preparation and planning, but my AMA board and committees came together to get this event off the ground and make sure that everything ran smoothly. The event turned out great! We raised awareness for Donate Life America, had tons of food, listened to music, played some games, got through the intense moments and had a great event. 
This is the last time I will be putting on the event as Director of Community Affairs; however, I am excited to see how this event continues to grow in the coming years. I found that this event took so much planning and stress that at moments I didn’t know if it was going to happen. All the planning and team work was worth it, because once the event started I was able to let it go and enjoy the experience with all the other attendees. 
It’s great to have such a committed team to have my back and be ready work wherever I needed them. Thanks AMA and everyone else who came! We executed this event together and I had a great time! AMA Saves Lives Kickball Tournament - Spring 2014
In my position on the executive board of AMA, my largest event is the AMA Save Lives Kickball Tournament. The event is to raise awareness for the importance of Organ Donation through Donate Life America. The teams that participated helped raise funds for a donation to the philanthropy.
We had 8 teams this semester, most from the CSU, Chico College of Business, and we had over 100 people show up for the philanthropy. The event took much preparation and planning, but my AMA board and committees came together to get this event off the ground and make sure that everything ran smoothly. The event turned out great! We raised awareness for Donate Life America, had tons of food, listened to music, played some games, got through the intense moments and had a great event. 
This is the last time I will be putting on the event as Director of Community Affairs; however, I am excited to see how this event continues to grow in the coming years. I found that this event took so much planning and stress that at moments I didn’t know if it was going to happen. All the planning and team work was worth it, because once the event started I was able to let it go and enjoy the experience with all the other attendees. 
It’s great to have such a committed team to have my back and be ready work wherever I needed them. Thanks AMA and everyone else who came! We executed this event together and I had a great time!

AMA Saves Lives Kickball Tournament - Spring 2014

In my position on the executive board of AMA, my largest event is the AMA Save Lives Kickball Tournament. The event is to raise awareness for the importance of Organ Donation through Donate Life America. The teams that participated helped raise funds for a donation to the philanthropy.

We had 8 teams this semester, most from the CSU, Chico College of Business, and we had over 100 people show up for the philanthropy. The event took much preparation and planning, but my AMA board and committees came together to get this event off the ground and make sure that everything ran smoothly. The event turned out great! We raised awareness for Donate Life America, had tons of food, listened to music, played some games, got through the intense moments and had a great event. 

This is the last time I will be putting on the event as Director of Community Affairs; however, I am excited to see how this event continues to grow in the coming years. I found that this event took so much planning and stress that at moments I didn’t know if it was going to happen. All the planning and team work was worth it, because once the event started I was able to let it go and enjoy the experience with all the other attendees. 

It’s great to have such a committed team to have my back and be ready work wherever I needed them. Thanks AMA and everyone else who came! We executed this event together and I had a great time!

Kristen, Kim, Joe and I finally got around to going on the tour of Sierra Nevada Brewery. It was such a fun time! We saw the whole process how the beer goes from watched and hops all the way to the bottling process. Then we also had some great food at the restaurant! Kristen, Kim, Joe and I finally got around to going on the tour of Sierra Nevada Brewery. It was such a fun time! We saw the whole process how the beer goes from watched and hops all the way to the bottling process. Then we also had some great food at the restaurant! Kristen, Kim, Joe and I finally got around to going on the tour of Sierra Nevada Brewery. It was such a fun time! We saw the whole process how the beer goes from watched and hops all the way to the bottling process. Then we also had some great food at the restaurant! Kristen, Kim, Joe and I finally got around to going on the tour of Sierra Nevada Brewery. It was such a fun time! We saw the whole process how the beer goes from watched and hops all the way to the bottling process. Then we also had some great food at the restaurant! Kristen, Kim, Joe and I finally got around to going on the tour of Sierra Nevada Brewery. It was such a fun time! We saw the whole process how the beer goes from watched and hops all the way to the bottling process. Then we also had some great food at the restaurant! Kristen, Kim, Joe and I finally got around to going on the tour of Sierra Nevada Brewery. It was such a fun time! We saw the whole process how the beer goes from watched and hops all the way to the bottling process. Then we also had some great food at the restaurant!

Kristen, Kim, Joe and I finally got around to going on the tour of Sierra Nevada Brewery. It was such a fun time! We saw the whole process how the beer goes from watched and hops all the way to the bottling process. Then we also had some great food at the restaurant!

Joe and I ran the Almond Bowl 5K with our Mom today. We took 2nd and 3rd in our age group. #ChicoAdventist #Chico #Race #AlmondBowl

Tried the coffee down at Naked Lounge in Chico today. A good Americano for a good price. Lookin forward to going again. #coffee #americano #nakedlounge #chico #chicostate #goodcoffee

For our management class at Chico State, each team was given an assignment to come up with a project that benefits the area surrounding the campus. Some groups raised money for charities, and others collected clothing for the Salvation Army. My group, Team 5, decided we would clean up the streets of a particularly dirty area of Chico, Warner Street. We each brought people to help us with the project, and together all 13 of us collected about eight bags of trash and recyclables. Cleaning up the streets isn’t too bad when you have a fun group of people working with you. So we cleaned Warner and the surrounding streets. We had a great turnout and a very successful project. Way to go Management Team 5! For our management class at Chico State, each team was given an assignment to come up with a project that benefits the area surrounding the campus. Some groups raised money for charities, and others collected clothing for the Salvation Army. My group, Team 5, decided we would clean up the streets of a particularly dirty area of Chico, Warner Street. We each brought people to help us with the project, and together all 13 of us collected about eight bags of trash and recyclables. Cleaning up the streets isn’t too bad when you have a fun group of people working with you. So we cleaned Warner and the surrounding streets. We had a great turnout and a very successful project. Way to go Management Team 5! For our management class at Chico State, each team was given an assignment to come up with a project that benefits the area surrounding the campus. Some groups raised money for charities, and others collected clothing for the Salvation Army. My group, Team 5, decided we would clean up the streets of a particularly dirty area of Chico, Warner Street. We each brought people to help us with the project, and together all 13 of us collected about eight bags of trash and recyclables. Cleaning up the streets isn’t too bad when you have a fun group of people working with you. So we cleaned Warner and the surrounding streets. We had a great turnout and a very successful project. Way to go Management Team 5!
For our management class at Chico State, each team was given an assignment to come up with a project that benefits the area surrounding the campus. Some groups raised money for charities, and others collected clothing for the Salvation Army. My group, Team 5, decided we would clean up the streets of a particularly dirty area of Chico, Warner Street. We each brought people to help us with the project, and together all 13 of us collected about eight bags of trash and recyclables. Cleaning up the streets isn’t too bad when you have a fun group of people working with you. So we cleaned Warner and the surrounding streets. We had a great turnout and a very successful project. Way to go Management Team 5!

Joe and I tried the awesome pizza place literally 10 yards from campus. Celestino’s has some great New York style pizza and great prices too.