Posting Date: October 11, 2011

 

Picnic launches another great Annual Campaign
Rainy day doesn't keep the students away

By Cheryl Anderson Brown

Theatre & Performance Studies students Maged Roushdi, Ralph del Rosario, Amy Haberer and Avery Sharpe joined the fun at the Annual Campaign Kick-Off Picnic

 

Photo by Tracie L. Hinnant

 

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Despite windy, rainy weather, College of the Arts students turned in droves for the Annual Campaign Kick-Off Picnic on Oct. 10. Students and others picked up piggy banks—sponsored by Fifth Third Bank—so that they can save their change to support the College of the Arts at Kennesaw State University.

With the motto this year, "a little means a lot," the Annual Campaign asks alumni, faculty, staff, students, parents and friends to show their support by making a small gift. The addition of piggy banks to last year's campaign really spurred more students to become involved. Thanks to gifts from students with piggy banks and other people who gave online or via mail, last year's campaign raised more than $19,000.

The Kick-Off Picnic was sponsored by Chick-Fil-A, Fifth Third Bank, Jersey Mike's, Jimmy John's, Johnny's Pizza, McAllister's Deli, Mellow Mushroom, Papa John's and Willy's Mexicana Grill.

To find out how you can get a piggy bank or to make a gift to the Annual Campaign, click here.


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