Volume 15 Number 6 Chowan College, Murfreesboro, North Carolina 27855 April 6, 1984
Saluting Spring Festival 1984 Candidates
Spring Festival is one week away!
liiis annual event at Chowan College
will provide fun, entertainment, and
pageantry for the college community.
Events will center on Squirrel Park
on Friday afternoon with Anything
Goes, bands, and various activities.
Dinner on the grounds will consist of
a pizza party.
An Air Band contest will be held.
The movie “Can You See What I
Hear” will be shown Friday night in
Saturday provides a full day of fun
Photography and art exhibits are
scheduled. These are coordinated by
the Art Department and the School of
As was the case on Friday, activity
will center on Squirrel Park Saturday
morning for a campus carnival spon
sored by S.G.A. Campus clubs and
organizations will sponsor booths.
Following lunch in Thomas Cafeteria,
a concert is scheduled in Turner
Auditorium under the direction of the
An ice cream party is scheduled also
in mid-afternoon for Squirrel Park.
The feature event of the afternoon
will be the coronation of the Spring
Festival Queen and Princess. This is
the culmination of several weeks of
interviews and talent presentations for
In the running for Princess are
Chrissy Noe, Stephanie Hardy, Jenny
Burgess, and Terri Douberly.
Sophomore candidates for Queen are
Julie Harriz, Kay Dixon, Laura Crum,
and Julie Ward. Chowan President Dr.
Bruce E. Whitaker will crown the
Queen and Princess.
A banquet honoring the Spring
Festival Court, their escorts, their
parents, and special guests will be held
in the President’s Dining.Rpom.
A dance with “Redy-Mix” will close
out the evening in the student center.
The semi-formal affair traditionally is
a big success.
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