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Campus and community organizations showcased for students

ENGAGE Fair-Chi Women
Chi Women, from left, Sarah Baroody, Katie Smith, Kaitlin Craton, and Jenna Ficklin

Just as classes were gearing up for fall semester, the “ENGAGE Campus and Community Fair” Aug. 25 gave Erskine students a good look at ministry and service opportunities on offer this year, with popcorn, snow cones, and cotton candy as part of the festivities.

ENGAGE Fair-Timms and Clarke
Harrison Timms and Lydia Clarke
ENGAGE Fair-Chemistry
Kayla Squiggins, left, and Arielle Houston of Erskine’s American Chemical Society chapter display chemistry shirts.

Area churches, ministries, and community organizations manned tables and tents on the Erskine Mall, handing out information and goodies to interested students. Campus organizations, including literary societies, also took part in the event.

ENGAGE Fair-Alumni Association
In the Alumni tent, from left, Buddy Ferguson, Mary Alex Senn Kopp, Robbie Kopp, Linda Price, and Julia Price

Members of the Erskine Alumni Association offered branded mugs and a display of some of the careers and geographic areas represented by Erskine alumni. Their efforts were part of an initiative by the Alumni Association Board of Directors.

“We hope to provide resources and networking for students as they plan for their careers,” Alumni Director Buddy Ferguson said.

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