Fall Fest 2007 at SNU
The Annual Fall Festival at Southern Nazarene University (SNU) is set for Saturday, October 27, 2007. Trunk or Treat begins at 5:00 p.m. in the Garey and Hatley parking lots. Booth activities open at 6:00 p.m. and will remain open until 8:00 p.m.
“I particularly enjoy watching the neighboring community children who stop by for Trunk or Treat every year. Equally as much, it is fun to watch our SNU girls decorate, dress up, and hand out the candy as they interact with the children that attend the event,” said Rebecca Lynch, Resident Director of Hatley Hall.
Booths, inflatable game activities, costume contests, and a Velcro wall, are part of this year’s Fall Fest event. The games will take place around the fountain just outside of the Webster Commons building on campus.
“In the past, we’ve had anywhere from 500 to 1,000 in attendance for the Fall Fest event,” said David McNabb, Student Government Association (SGA) - Vice President of Community Relations at SNU. “This event is a safe environment for our community to take their children to and have some fun. There will be prizes given for the best costume, in which you must be present to win.”
SNU’s Garey and Hatley Halls sponsors the Trunk or Treat event. SNU’s SGA - Community Relations Council, sponsors the games and evening activities.
SGA is a constitutional organization representing the entire student body. It was created for the purpose of serving students and developing student activities and programs. The activities of the SGA are managed by student executive officers, by class councils and by the interclub organization. The SGA leadership is elected annually by their peers. The Director of Community Life, Misty Jaggers (email@example.com) serves as primary advisor to the Student Government Association.
For more information on Fall Fest at Southern Nazarene University, contact David McNabb in the Student Government Association office at 405.491.6390 ext. 6885 or by e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Posted on Tue, October 23, 2007
by Eunice Trent, Associate Director of Communications and Marketing