Homecoming and Events Prove to be Successful

Kim Vialpando
The Paw Print

This past week Adams State celebrated their 2010-2011 Homecoming. With so many activities going on the campus was full of excitement and fun. The week ended on Saturday with a well-deserved victory by the football team.
The celebration started off early Monday morning with “Chalk The Walk.” This gave all the clubs a chance to promote homecoming royalty and club name out to the students by allowing them to write on the sidewalk by the ES Building. It was a great way to start the week.
On Tuesday, all students and faculty were invited to watch “Mad Chad the Chainsaw Juggler” in Carson auditorium. Chad told jokes while preforming dangerous stunts, and juggling all sorts of various items. Chad has preformed in all 50 states and has been on late night television shows such as Jay Leno, and Carson Daily.
Wednesday was the night of the ASC Annual Homecoming Medicine Show. The show is a talent show that all the clubs on campus take part in.
Thursday was the day royalty voting began. It was also the night of the annual bonfire. The bonfire took place on the softball fields by Plachy. A lot of students came out to join the fun. “Rally For One”  performed and students enjoyed the live music and hot chocolate.
Friday was the last day for voting, jazz concert, and the powder puff football games. The jazz concert took place in Richardson Hall. The powder puff games were the first college games to take place under the new stadium lights. Three teams battled it out, but it was “The Ballin Bombshells” who came out on top. The winner’s names will go on a plaque that will be placed in Plachy Hall.
Saturday was game day, and the annual Homecoming Parade. Following the circus theme, all the clubs decorated the floats and dressed accordingly. The game kicked off on at 1 p.m. and during half time all royalty was announced and the king and queen were crowned. The 2010-2011 King and Queen were Garrett Losack and Kayla Smith.
Free bowling and pizza were available to the students Saturday night free of charge.

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