|Jason Lykins, Joshua Labayne and Michael Crews enjoy the sand art booth at the South Lake campus Fall Festival.|
The event included free food, games and crafts. Outside, participants made fresh, warm apple twists. Inside, two tables were set up with sand art for students to create by filling bottles of various shapes with layers of colored sand. Michael Crews, South Lake’s SGA senator was enthusiastic about the craft, saying, “We have sand art…it’s really fun!”
A third table was set up with free giveaway bags that included a Lake-Sumter tumbler, candy and a flyer for the SGA. Students also had the opportunity to participate in a friendly game of corn hole, which was set up indoors.
About 50 students overall came by to enjoy the Fall Festival, evidence of its success in getting students involved and giving them a fun way to celebrate the Fall season.
|Director of Activities Claudia Mercado-Morazo works the sand art booth.|
|Jeffery Rivera and Michael Nix watch others participate in the corn hole games.|