Rain failed to dampen Earth Day festivities

Apr 24th, 2014 | By
| Category: 2014-04-24, Campus Events, Features, Spotlight, Spring 2014, Top Headlines, Web Exclusive

Written by: John Preer

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Fear of bad weather moved the Earth Day event inside.  Although the change of venue didn’t compliment the celebration of nature, attendants were still in high spirits as they observed the holiday.  SAVE spread the message of conservation with informational booths and “green” activities.   Attendants enjoyed free food and a live band, while gaining a new reverence for Mother Earth.  Children attending the event were able to paint cups and enjoy other activities.  Members of SAVE took to the intersection of Patterson and Brookwood holding signs that read “Honk if you love Earth Day.”

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