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Worth their weight in gold!

Indy reads the room ...
Indy reads the room …
... before surrendering to some puppy-lovin'.
… before surrendering to some puppy-lovin’.
The perks of planning an event
The perks of planning an event
The Potts family selflessly delivers ...
The Potts family selflessly delivers …
... providing students with welcome smiles as Spring Break approaches.
… providing students with welcome smiles as Spring Break approaches.

Even in this land of the ‘cats, there’s always room for a couple of canines – especially when it’s a return visit by Winnie, a 3-year-old sweetheart, and 4-month-old (and equally adorable) Indy. Drew R. Potts, assistant professor of civil engineering technology, and wife Tanya brought their popular golden retrievers to the Bush Campus Center this week for a hugfest in support of the Wildcat Events Board. The event was organized by Lauryn A. Stauffer, team leader for WEB’s Wildcat Wednesday activities, who also provided paw-print cookies for attendees (as well as the photos). “This was an absolute hit!” the automation engineering technology: robotics and automation student said. “Everyone loved the pups, and the pups loved the attention!”

 

 

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