The Fall Picnic 2008

The Fall Picnic 2008

 

The atmosphere was perfect for the Annual All Campus Picnic.  Hot Dogs and Hamburgers were on the grill, the band New Decade performed in Stocker’s outside amphitheater and the sun splashed all over campus.

Student Life, Student Senate and the Program Board culminated "Welcome Week" with the picnic.  Over 1,000 students and faculty were served and entertained.  The festive atmosphere included volleyball, ultimate frisbee, soccer. chess, checkers and hacky sack on the campus green.

The Lorain County Community College campus welcomed back the evening students with a "Root Beer Float Night."

Student Senators also traveled to the LCCC Wellington Center and the LCCC St. Joseph Learning Center (Lorain) to extend well wishes for a new semester to our branch campus students.

"We really wanted to welcome all the students back to school.  It is a great way to socialize and meet new people.  It was incredible.  We had a great turnout, people hung out for a long time and just enjoyed it," said Laura Nash, President of Student Senate at LCCC.

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