Hate Has No Home at L&C’s Spring Fest

 

 

Photo by: Krystie Morrison

Photo by: Krystie Morrison

Donald Becker
Photographer

‘Hate Has No Home Here’ was this year’s Lewis and Clark Community College Spring Fest theme. The students and faculty of L&C really showed up this year with the decorated booths and energy felt by everyone in attendance.

Adrienne Reed-Oliver, L&C Coordinator of Diversity and Inclusion said, “The Spring Fest was exciting, invigorating, the food was awesome, and the atmosphere was great! There were a variety of activities for everyone whether they were young or old. I really enjoyed it.”

The live DJ spinned music from 11 p.m – 3 p.m. on April 12 in the Riverbend Arena. Fun was had by all whether students participated in the many activities there were to choose from, or not. Food was served and door prizes were handed out.

L&C student Harley Webster said, “I had a blast, very fun and entertaining, I can’t wait until Fall Fest.”

There was balloon making, face painting, blow up activates, a cartoonist, and a photo booth. Along with the various clubs and groups within L&C all with the same frame of mind and goal. To ensure everyone knows that here at L&C, “Hate has no Home Here.”

For more information on Spring Fest and the activities contact Jared Hennings at jhennings@lc.edu.

dobecker@lc.edu