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    Meredith Herald
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Santa pays a visit during holiday dinner
by Allison Hodges
It’s beginning to look alot like
Christmas here at Meredith College. Last
Tuesday, December A, students attended
Meredith’s annual holiday dinner in
Belk Dining Hall, To help bring in the-
holiday season many wore festive
clothes, Christmas sweaters, dresses and
skirts decorated with colors of green red
and gold. In addition, Santa Claus himself
made a special appearance, passing out
candy canes to all the girls who posed
for a photograph with him.
Students were welcomed to the
event by President John E. Weems, who
wished everyone a happy holiday
season. Invocation was presented by
Tracy Baldwin, president of Meredith
Christian Association.
Laura Peedin, president of Residence
Hall Board, announced the winners of
the hall decorating contest First place
was awarded to second floor Barefoot,
Mailbag
project a
success
The members of SGA want to thank
all of the students, faculty and
administrators who participated in
mailing Christmas cards to the service
people in Saudia Arabia. A big thank-
you also to the Residence Life staff who
helped make this project a success. We
colleaed 208 leners and 1 package.
Thanks to the Meredith community,
many servicepeople will have a happier
holiday!
second place honors went to fourth
floor Brewer, and third place was second
floor Vann.
Students were entertained
throughout the dinner by pianist Amanda
Moore who played traditional Christmas
melodies. Meredith’s vocal ensemble
made a special appearance to sing such
songs as “Silent Night,” “Winter
Wonderland” and “I’ll Be Home For
Christmas.”
The Christmas dinner was a perfea
opportunity to get together with friends,
share memories of past holidays, sing
carols, and take part in a traditional
holiday celebration.
Santa checks bis list andfindsfour good Angels.
photo by Allison Hodges
Meredith Basketball Remains Undefeated
by AlUson Hodges
This one's in/Memiitb basketbali team is still undefeated after 7gan
pbcto by AlUsoH JfMges
Inside:
Holiday photo spread on pages 4-5
Meredith basketball has gotten off
to a winning start this season. Under the
direction of coach Carl Hatchell the
team has won all of their seven games so
far this season.
Their most recent victory against
Averett College was a home game last
Wednesday, December 5 at 7:00pm.
Starting with the tip-off, Meredith
dominated the entire game in both
defensive and offensive situations. The
Angels scored the first two points of the
game and went on to lead at the half
with a 9 point lead.
Throughout the second half Averett’s
team struggled with their defense. The
Angels were always ready for Averett’s
missed rebounds and the score
continued in Meredith’s favor, finally
whomping Averett College with an
impressive score of 72-43.
The Angels have made this season
so exciting and they truely need your
support, so come on out to the games
and bring a friend. The next scheduled
home game is January 19 against
LyrKhburg College.
    

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