July 1, 2010

[Vox News] Canada Day, Eh? Edition

With great pride and overactive saliva glands, we acknowledge you, our dear brethren and sistren of the massive land mass known as Canada. Your love for hockey, curling and beaver tails has been a world wide inspiration. Your popular agricultural exports of Sugar, Lumber and Steve Nash help us believe that we too can contribute great things to the world. But your decision to export the global evils of Nickleback, Celine Dion and Justin Bieber has completely compromised your credibility in having any consideration for your fellow human being. But on this Canada Day, we are willing to look past these unfortunate iniquities and share in a delightful bowl of Poutine while bellowing this song from the top of our lungs.

    O Canada!
    Our home and native land!
    True patriot love in all thy sons command.

    With glowing hearts we see thee rise,
    The True North strong and free!

    From far and wide,
    O Canada, we stand on guard for thee.

    God keep our land glorious and free!
    O Canada, we stand on guard for thee.

    O Canada, we stand on guard for thee.

PLAY BALL!!!

[ECC Update]

Again, we wanted to thank our community for their feedback in our ECC affirmation vote. We received overwhelming support from the Vox community that we should join ECC and continue down this path of partnership. The Nav Team will be coordinating with ECC as far as the logistics and will keep you posted on the next steps.

[Neighborhoods Resumes]

Friends, Romans, Countrymen, the time has come. This Sunday marks the kick off of Summer Neighborhoods, and if you’ve been privy to any Vox sponsored kick off event in the past, you know that this is a party that can’t be missed. Join us this Sunday for some delicious BBQ as we ring in a new season of Neighborhoods. For more information, or if you’d like to get plugged in to one of the Vox Neighborhoods, send us an email and we’ll hook you right up!

[Relationship Status: Available]

No, Vox isn’t on the prowl for a date, nor are we trying to solicit help in matchmaking. We are, however wanting to let you all know that one of the Vox houses on the East Side is available to anyone who may be interested in moving into the neighborhood. This house has 3 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms, and lots of character. If you are looking for a place to live and are interested in exploring the possibility of living on the East Side, send us an email and we’ll help you change your housing status from “it’s complicated” to “in a relationship with…”

[LiNK Film Viewing]

There will be a special interest film viewing sponsored by the organization LiNK (Liberty in North Korea) on Friday, July 9th at 7pm. This documentary is hosted by Lisa Ling, field correspondent for The Oprah Winfrey Show and sister of Laura Ling – one of the two American journalists recently detained in North Korea. It takes a look at what life is like inside North Korea. For more details on this event, check out the Facebook event. And if you would like to know more about this organization or the film, check out any of these links for more info.

LiNK Tour
Life in North Korea
Joseph’s Story

[Nav Team Birth Announcement – Emily Cox!!]

We are so excited to share the news with the world that the newest addition to the Nav Team family has finally arrived!! Her name is Emily Cox, and we couldn’t be prouder to welcome her in to the flock. With the addition of Emily, the team not only gets stronger and wiser, thanks to her life experiences at A&M, Fuller and Foundation For The Homeless, but the chances of the Nav Team winning a tennis tournament has gotten exponentially better!! Can you say ‘Ringer, baby!!!’???!!!! If you have any questions or feedback, feel free to chat with anyone on the Nav Team to voice your grievances, approvals, or requests for more free juice boxes during snacks. And finally, the next chance you get, grab a chat with Emily, and in no time, you’ll see why her addition to the Nav Team is the greatest thing Vox has done since getting a ping pong table.

[Our Trash Is Your Treasure]

Have you ever gone to a yard sale and picked up a seemingly useless piece of junk, but upon arriving home you discover that it is in fact a priceless artifact? Well, this is your lucky day, because Space 12 has a few items for sale at a mind blowingly affordable price!! As an added incentive, if you purchase any one of these items, you will receive a free ping-pong tutorial from one of our resident sensei’s.

Desk (4 Available): $70.00 each
Rolling Office Chairs (2 Available): $60.00 each

If you have any questions regarding these items or would like to come check out the good, you can contact Paul and set up an appointment.

[Photo by Rene Ehrhardt @ Flickr]

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