JCHS Security Guard Janice Brown enjoys some delicious grub at the "JCHS Celebrates" sign-in desk (a.k.a. the security desk in the main lobby of the Reid Center).
JCHS Administration celebrates our first festive occasion...<B><font color=purple>CINCO DE MAYO!</b></font>
P.A. students and other staff enjoy the fiesta in the JCHS Administration Suite at Carilion Roanoke Community Hospital (CRCH).
Among the treats at the Cinco de Mayo celebration were "mock margaritas," complete with salt for the rims of the cups.
The administrative staff enjoys the celebration and refreshments. Note Doug Southard, Provost and Dean for Academic Affairs, celebrating in his own way in his office.
Judy Cusumano, Chair of the Arts and Sciences Department and Professor in Health Psychology, leads the way to the next celebration in the JCHS multi-purpose room at CRCH.
And the next celebration is...<font color=blue><b>BIRTHDAYS!!</b></font> Arts and Sciences hosted the birthday celebration in the JCHS Multi-Purpose Room and Museum.
Judy surprises Scott Hill, Student Services, with confetti and his own birthday card at the birthday celebration.
Enjoy a cupcake! Just kidding...they're on your computer. You can't eat them...really, stop licking your screen...
Judy and Karie Salas, Administrative Assistant in Arts and Sciences, instigate birthday celebrations as every student and faculty or staff member comes through the door.
Next up...<b><font color=orange>OKTOBERFEST!</b></font> Al Overstreet and Julia Dill dig into the sausage and sauerkraut while enjoying some freshly brewed Jeff-Hauser (i.e. root beer) in the Student Services Suite at CRCH.
Mehr Sauerkraut und Wurst, bevor ich Sie im Gesicht mit meinem lederhosen schlage!
(Translation: "More sauerkraut and sausage before I slap you in the face with my lederhosen!")
JCHS students enjoy Oktoberfest.
Who is that masked man? JCHS students try to discover Jeff's true identity. (hint: he's a dog...dogs don't have true identities).
Stacey Lilley, Counseling Services, and Julia Dill, Student Services, enjoy die festlichkeiten. (i.e. the festivities).
Next celebration...<b><font color=red>MIKE THE HEADLESS CHICKEN DAY</b></font> at the Registrar's Office!
Marlene Perrott, Registar's Office, takes her self-portrait at the Mike the Headless Chicken Day celebration. Bee-u-tiful!!!
Linda Williams, JCHS Registrar, and Marlene do the Chicken Dance on Jefferson Street. Their sultry moves cause many near accidents.
Scott Hill and Susan Booth, JCHS Physical Plant Officer, do a hoedown in front of the Registrar's Office, celebrating Mike Missing Cabeza Day.
Even free food can't stop students from catching the Mike's never-there noggin fever!
More Chicken Dance...because we know you can't get enough!
The Mike's melonless spread.
This is Scott's head. This is Scott's head with an egg on it. This is Scott running after Susan as she giggles about cracking an egg over Scott's head.
The Headless Chicken Crew strikes again at CRCH! From left to right, Marlene Perrott, Linda Williams, Mark Miesel and Mike...the headless chicken.
A JCHS student participates in the egg toss...
...and loses. What is they say about spilled milk? Does that apply to broken eggs, too?
YEEEEAAAAAAAA!!!!! Pam Banks, Administrative Assistant in Communications and Development, greets everyone who visits the <b><font color=green>SUPERBOWL</b></font> party with a cheer!
Impressed by Pam's cheering abilities, Scott eats more chili.
JCHS students wonder, "Superbowl in April?!! Must have been a player's strike..."
Admissions celebrates a <b><font color=blue>HAPPY NEW YEAR</b></font> at the Fralin House!
From noisemakers to faux champagne, the New Year either came late or very, very early this year in the Admissions Office!
<b><font color=orange>HAPPY HALLOWEEN!</b></font> The Nursing Department put on a heckuva show on the third floor of the Reid Center in the Nursing Lab.
JCHS students and faculty peruse the ghastly treats at the Halloween celebration.
EEEWWWWWW!!!! Black boxes with touchy feelies inside like "monster eyeballs" and "torn skin" made for a gross experience among those who dared enter the Nursing Department's Halloween celebration.
Among the halloween treats, fresh boogers on a stick, edible eyeballs and dried scabs! MMMMM-MMM!
Moving on, we find simple pimples and witches' fingers!
And maybe the yummiest of all: litterbox cake, served in a real litterbox with a real scoop!
Be careful in the corner or you could become the giant spider's lunch!
The Rehab and Wellness Department celebrated the arrival of <b><font color=green>SPRING</font></b> with potting soil, cups and seeds so you could grow your own flowers, fruits and vegetables.
Among the activities you could do at the Spring celebration was add your flower and name to a bulletin board in the hallway.
Katie Major, Coordinator of the Science Labs, enjoys <b><font color=brown>EARTH DAY</b></font> on the second floor.
Among the treats provided by the Earth Day crew were tips and tricks to reduce your impact on the natural world around you as well as seeds, gummy worms and a representation of the solar system hung from the ceiling!
Among the delectable treats at Earth Day were dirt cake and ants on a log!
And finally, welcome to the Learning Resource Center's (LRC) celebration of <b><font color=red>VALENTINE'S DAY!</b></font>
Jose Elacate, king of hearts, celebrates Valentine's Day with students at the LRC.
I believe this says it all...
Strawberries and angelfood cake served by and angel (cue the harps and chiors...).
Jose and Jamie Price, Reference Librarian and Assistant Professor, boogie down to Dance, Dance Revolution in the LRC. Who says librarians don't have fun!
And the winner of the coveted <b><font color=purple>Magnificent Tree of Celebratory Delight</b></font>, which will be passed to winners each year, is the <b><font color=orange>NURSING DEPARMENT and their spooky Halloween celebration!</b></font>