What is International Student Incorporated (ISI) Fort Collins
First Friday International Dinner!
FFID: First Friday First International Dinner this Friday!Come join us for a fun time of food, games, a great musical performances and fellowship this friday.FFID is a free potluck* dinner for international students, scholars and American friends. FFID is held on the first Friday of each month during the school year (except January). The dinner program includes entertainment, student presentations, and a main speaker. Child care is also provided. When: Friday, April 4th 6:30 pm to 9pm Where: Life Pointe Church 900 East Prospect Road (on Prospect. & Ellis) in the gym on the north side of the building Need a Ride? Email firstname.lastname@example.org by the preceding Thursday *What is a potluck dinner? A potluck dinner is a meal where people attending bring a dish of food that is to be shared among the entire group.- posted: March 5, 2014
Black Hills TRUE Leadership Retreat 2014
Enhance your leadership skills, while seeing Mount Rushmore and the Black Hills in South Dakota! May 22nd through May 27th.Register for the retreat and get more information at the TRUE Leadership Retreat website. Don't delay registering!--Attendance is limited to 100, and students will be coming from several states!The cost for the classes, housing, meals, activities and sightseeing is $225. Transportation is not included and will be extra. We coordinate transportation and rides to save on transportation costs. Sorry, no children's program this year.This is an exciting retreat for ALL nationalities. The retreat includes sightseeing, camp activities, team building exercises, leadership classes and workshops. It’s designed to challenge you mentally, physically and spiritually. It’s the toughest retreat you’ll ever love!- posted: April 2, 2014
Here is the song I played last Saturday. When you go to the website, click on "The Door" and listen to the sample track Be Still. The first 2 minutes of the song are in Chinese.
Snowball dodgeball fight at Rolland Moore Park at 1030. Who's in?
Based on our group's discussion last night at ISF, here are pictures for a "full-size" replica of Noah's Ark in the Netherlands. It took this guy 20 years to build it!
This video was posted by my friend Ruth. Beautiful song.
"Be Still" in Chinese and English: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=D7eSZrLN24M
Beautiful song. Enjoy!
Flapjack Fundraiser tomorrow morning!
Good morning beautiful people.
Would y'all be so kind and go through this presentation for good ol moi? It is for class, among other things.
Off to Yellowstone National Park we park. Perhaps. P. S. Chien (amberina) is allergic to bear bites.
Got the second set of pictures! Check back tonight to check out your funny faces.
We became well acquainted with the neighboring picnickers during this game ;)
Great book for International Students: http://www.press.uchicago.edu/ucp/books/book/chicago/S/bo5820712.html
Our first ISF of the semester will be this Saturday 6pm at our house!
ISF: International Student Fellowship tonight at our house! Sloppy Joes and more!
Had a great time at the "Taste of Thanksgiving" party! https://www.facebook.com/media/set/?set=a.4993685645336.199844.1395529589&type=1
"Taste of Thanksgiving" party tonight! Sample traditional American Thanksgiving foods and play games!
As some of you may know, I would be many a trip this Nicaragua during January under VIDA. I will be involved as a volunteer in the veterinary team with the main focus on the sterilization of felines and canines in field clinic. As part of my team's fundraising, we would be selling all natural healthy home-made dog/cat treats! Prices are as followed:
Dog Treats: $0.75/each or 3 for $2
Cat Treats: $1/ small bag
If you are or know of anyone that is interested, do let me know and I can deliver them to you if preferred :)
Thanks a bunch!!
Happening at ISI FC this Week
What is ISIFC
ISI stands for International Student Incorporated Fort Collins
ISI is–International Students Inc.–a Christian organization that exists to “share Christ’s love with International Students”.
ISI helps international students, scholars and their families have a positive experience while in the U.S.A. All internationals students and scholars, regardless of race, religion or beliefs, are welcome to our events.
ISI was founded in 1953 and can be found on over 700 campuses throughout the U.S.A. The corporate headquarters are in Colorado Springs, CO.
If you are a student and will like to attend one of our events, please visit our calendar page.
If you are an American or an international student and would like to become involved with ISI, please visit our get involved page.
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