CAEB director of activities resigns

American River College CAEB President Justin Nicholson talks to the board about the upcoming April 14 Club Day at Tuesday's CAEB meeting. The April 14 Kaleidoscope games Club Day was the most discussed issue of the meeting. (Photo by Robert Hansen)

American River College Club and Events Board (CAEB) director of activities Kylie Marx resigned at Tuesday’s CAEB meeting.

“I will be resigning from CAEB effective today,” Marx said. “I will be attempting to come back next semester and hopefully be on the board again.”

Marx explained her decision to leave CAEB as well as her plans for next semester.

“I am withdrawing from the semester for personal reasons,” Marx said. “I am going to be coming back in the fall semester and I am going to be trying to be appointed to director of activities again.”

For now the position is vacant with no foreseeable replacement this semester.

Activities for the April 14 Club Day, The Kaleidoscope Games, were discussed at the meeting.

CAEB President Justin Nicholson spoke about how a major focus of this Club Day will be on the games, many of which are still being decided by the board.

“We are going to be bringing back some of the games that people liked,” Nicholson said. “I think we might do some archery game.”

James Cortright, CAEB director of finance, emphasized that the games are a big part of this Club Day.

“We want there to be lots of games,” Cortright said. “There should be nonstop games being played all day.”

Adviser Juan Blanco suggested that the board plan Minute to Win It games for students to play on Club Day.

Minute to Win It was the American primetime game show hosted by Guy Fieri.

“Like cookie on the face,” Blanco said. “I mean there’s all these things that you can do, and they’re cheap.”

Most of the board agreed with Blanco that Minute to Win It games would be fun.

“I like that,” said Bruce Rand, the director of communication.

“They’re very cheap,” Nicholson said.

The planning for this event is still in discussion.

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