GODFREY - Student Activities at Lewis and Clark Community
College is gearing up for a day of free food and fun at its annual
Fall Fest, set this year for Sept. 18.
From 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. on the college's Godfrey campus,
students will have a chance to mingle, explore their interests and
learn how to get involved in student clubs and organizations at
Lewis and Clark.
"Getting involved on campus is a great way to make the most of
your college experience here at Lewis and Clark, and there are a
number of club and student activity options to choose from," Jared
Hennings, Student Activities coordinator, said.
Student Activities will provide free barbecue, as well as a
caricaturist, psychic, tug-of-war competition, dance contest, sack
races, rock wall, trampoline bungee, mechanical bull and carnival
games on the grass outside between the Hatheway Cultural Center and
the Enrollment Center. Various student organizations, including
WLCA 89.9-FM, The Bridge student newspaper and many more, will have
informational tables set up to recruit new members.
In case of inclement weather, Fall Fest may be moved inside
the George C. Terry River Bend Arena. Announcements will be made
the day of the festival.
For more information or to learn how to get more involved on
campus, contact Hennings at (618) 468-6400.