Event deemed a success
Liz Harter | Tuesday, October 31, 2006
In lieu of commissioner reports, a “Senior Dad’s Weekend” recap by Class of 2007 president Kat Kindt highlighted Monday’s Board of Governance (BOG) meeting.
Kindt did not know the final count of fathers who attended, but called the weekend “very successful.”
The front row seats at the 2007 graduation ceremony were auctioned off for $2,500 Friday night, she said. The money will benefit the senior class’ fundraising efforts.
Board members also participated in the residence hall trick-or-treating event Sunday evening.
There was a large turnout of ghouls and goblins accompanied by Saint Mary’s faculty and staff in the halls, Residence Hall Association president Amy Dardinger said.
“I can’t believe the amount of people who showed up,” she said.
She also said she ran out of candy for the trick-or-treaters in LeMans Hall.
Commissioner reports did not occur this week because the full board was not present at the meeting. Student body president Susan McIlduff said the reports would be presented next week.
In Other BOG News:
u This is Depression Awareness Week, sponsored by the sophomore board, Class of 2009 president Francesca Johnson said. Students can pick up a yellow ribbon to support the cause outside of the Dining Hall.
u The Saint Mary’s second annual Battle of the Bands will take place Dec. 2 to benefit the Saint Mary’s Dance Marathon and Riley Hospital for Children.
u The senior board will sponsor the 12 Days of Christmas event once again this December. The event raises money to provide Christmas gifts for area families.
“We’re going to be posting ’12’ signs soon to begin to raise awareness,” Kindt said.