Sunday, September 4, 2016

Dedications of Park Avenue Project and Evangel VS PSC

Yesterday I photographs my first PSC Foundation event of the Fall Term, the Park Avenue dedications of The Douglas Entrance Plaza and the Rodney P Landeberg Memorial Walkway, some final and important parts of this beautification and safety project.
Some minor touches remain, but the entrance road to the college looks stunning.

The memorials honor the work of Rodney Landeberg and Jud Douglas to bring the project to completion.

I look forward to photographing the evolution of the Delzelle and PSC Theater projects now in the works.

I took special pleasure from the fact that Linda is here full time; she retired after 31 years at Ripon College. We sold the house in Ripon, WI, and bought a home in Auburn, NE.

After the dedications, Linda and I walked to the football stadium, and I, as usual, took some
photographs along the way and then at the game. You can see the full collection of shots at my Flickr page where, as always, you can download large files.

Always fun to help with statistics when the team wins, this time 42-10 to avenge losses these past two seasons. So the Bobcats move to 2-0 early in the season.

Halftime ceremonies included a baton-twirling group of four high-school students  and the Bert Swenson Awards for athletic excellence. 
This year, the awards went to Shannon Liewer (Volleyball) and Corday Sims (Basketball). 

Fun, too, to see alumni pep-band members on a beautiful evening on which we all had a good time, even the bats that arrived as the sun set.

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