Crazy costumes invade Convocation Center

More than 150 staff and faculty attended the fall costume competition Oct. 28. Costumed guest included the three blind mice‚ Darth Vader‚ a sorceress‚ desperate housewives and Dr. Betty Siegel. Winners included butterfly girl‚ the three blind mice and the cast from Grease. The winners were rewarded with a free pizza party.

Georgia (Nov 4, 2005) — More than 150 staff and faculty attended the fall costume competition Oct. 28. Costumed guest included the three blind mice‚ Darth Vader‚ a sorceress‚ desperate housewives and Dr. Betty Siegel. Winners included butterfly girl‚ the three blind mice and the cast from Grease. The winners were rewarded with a free pizza party.

Christi Jones won a $25 gift certificate for the winning entry in the pumpkin carving contest.

The chili cook−off contest winners were also announced. Rhonda Myers took first prize with Cheryl Hoffman and Matt Ferrell coming in second and third respectively. In addition to winning $200‚ Myers’ chili will be featured at President Siegel’s annual Chili & Cheer luncheon next month.




 

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