The annual end-of term, end of classes, hoo-boy-it’s-almost-summer celebration at Tri-County Community College, known campus-wide as “Spring Fling,” came off without a hitch on Thursday on the lawn in front of the Harper Building.
Even the weather cooperated with bright, sunny skies, a temperature near 70˚, and a beautiful spring breeze to clear the smoke from the barbeque grills set up to feed the hungry hordes of students, faculty, and staff.
President Dr. Donna Tipton-Rogers and volunteers from the staff and faculty flipped burgers, turned dogs, and helped lay out a plethora of sides and fixin’s. Students enjoyed tossing footballs, playing corn-hole, and just generally decompressing from a long winter of studies.
The grills were fired up again for dinner and a movie, as the third in a planned series of campus “Movie Nights” screened the popular film, The Hunger Games, in the Enloe Multi-Purpose Room. No one at Tri-County Community College left hungry.
To view more photos from Spring Fling please visit the College’s Flickr Page.
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