For the last couple weeks, temperatures have started to drop, and summer is over. For some, nothing marks this as well as Sampson Community College’s annual Fall Festival held at the campus.
“It’s always fun to host this event,” says Amanda Raynor, Student Government Association advisor for the college. “Any time we can get all of the students out together as one, celebrating, having fun—that’s what it’s all about.”
The annual event came at the perfect time as the fall semester has been difficult for many students, staff and faculty due to two hurricanes that came through the area over the past month. The event offered an opportunity to unwind and enjoy the beautiful fall weather.
Students have fun at Fall fest.
The Fall Festival is an event that is sponsored by the Student Government Association in October of every school year. Brick oven pizza, mini donuts and fresh kettle corn were served to the students, staff and faculty as they enjoyed an obstacle course, knocker ball soccer, basketball and other games while a deejay played music as the backdrop.
The event topped off a busy week at the college which also hosted a job fair, a campus cleanup event and the county’s first ever food truck rodeo on campus. For more information about the college’s SGA, contact Raynor at firstname.lastname@example.org or at 910-900-4012.