Irvine campus, central administration celebrate Halloween with costumes, contests
Members of the Irvine campus and Brandman’s central administrative offices celebrated Halloween early with a Ghost Town luncheon, costume contest, carved pumpkin contest and “guess the number of candies” contests on Friday, Oct. 28. The event was organized by Marketing and Communications with Val LaFlamme, executive administrative assistant, corralling the team into action.
Update: The Antelope Valley campus got into the Halloween spirit on Oct. 31 with a “trip” to the magical city of Oz.
The Center for Instructional Innovation (CII) and Friends took first place in the team competition with their “Alice in Wonderland” theme. The Irvine campus rode to a second place finish with a Kentucky Derby theme.
Frank Rodriguez from the Irvine campus won “most creative” individual costume with his imitation of Donald Trump while Laura Noga of Student Accounts took “scariest costume” as a wicked witch named Hillary. Alba Abeyta from CII was the crowd favorite as the Wonderland caterpillar.
Pumpkin carving winners were Terry Hadfield and Cassandra Stone. Jon Soon, Carmen Quinonez, Chris Manfro, Latoya Morris, Cindy O’Dell, Rob Peterson and Diana Santos each won for coming closest to the among of candy in the seven jars.
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