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Courtyard Carnival Draws a Crowd for Food and Fun

1-Radiologic technology student Zachary Brewer takes aim at some balloons with his dart.

Radiologic technology student Zachary Brewer takes aim at some balloons with his dart.

Nov. 6, 2014 | For the third year, the College of Health Professions’ Courtyard Carnival enjoyed pleasant fall weather and attracted a crowd of students, faculty and staff for games, food and fellowship.

3-Paul Thaxton, division director for the Nuclear Medicine Imaging Services program, gets ready to flip some burgers.

Paul Thaxton, division director for the Nuclear Medicine Imaging Services program, gets ready to flip some burgers.

College faculty members and staff managed several carnival style games — from the dart throw to ring toss to sack races. Activities at the Oct. 21 event included karaoke and dressing up for photos.

2-Dental hygiene students (from left) Micah Lewis, Tiffany Lee and Kelsey Cunningham karaoke their way through the Garth Brooks classic “Friends In Low Places.”

Dental hygiene students (from left) Micah Lewis, Tiffany Lee and Kelsey Cunningham karaoke their way through the Garth Brooks classic “Friends In Low Places.”

The annual mascot contest winner was the Radiologic Imaging Sciences program for its “Super Tech” entry. The Respiratory Care entry was named runner up by the panel of judges.

The Courtyard Carnival started in 2012 as an event to promote collegiality and establish a stronger sense of college identity. It also took advantage of the large courtyard in the college’s campus home.

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