The PSC NAA Board hosted the event, with help from Cori Christiansen, PSC Alumni Relations Coordinator. The event aimed to the bring alumni together, support Bobcat athletics, and show off the newly remodeled Al Wheeler Center.
Paul and Arlene Fell, pictured on the left, chair the National Alumni Association.
And the free admission, chili, the beautiful athletic facility coupled with two exciting basketball games guaranteed an evening of fun for all in attendance.
The Pep Band Played--some in beach sand attire--and the PSC Cheerleaders added to the Blue and White fanfare.
On the following Flickr site you cannot download or just look at the fun photographs.
Many members of the Peru State Student Senate helped with the Chili Feed. This special group of enthusiastic and successful students remain active in campus affairs throughout the school year.
Many, for example, take part in the Student Senate's Valentine's Day event and recently took pleasure in the organization's Survival Kits at the conclusion of Fall Term.
Among other things, as these images attest, Student Senate organizes the Homecoming Parade, coordinates Blood Donations, helped with Job Fair, and serves in many other ways the Peru State College Student community.