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Winners Announced in Holiday-Card Contest


Bundled-up onlookers take in the sights Lighted cards provide a wintry wonderland north of ATHS This year’s edition of a seasonal tradition the larger-than-life holiday cards displayed on the ATHS lawn took on a warm glow during the official lighting ceremony Wednesday night. Lizabeth S. Mullens, vice president for academic affairs/provost, and Student Government Association President Brian D. Walton briefly spoke at the event, which included announcement of this year’s winners. First prize among student organizations ($200 for its club account) went to the Physician Assistant Club; the $150 second prize was awarded to the Occupational Therapy Assistant Club; and the Wildcat Events Board will receive $100 for its third-place finish. In the category of campus offices and departments, winners were Admissions, first prize (a staff lunch at Le Jeune Chef Restaurant); Athletics, second (breakfast at Le Jeune Chef); and Information Technology Services, third (continental breakfast at Le Jeune). ( Photos by Kenneth L. Barto, student photographer)

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