Institutional Effectiveness won the top prize in the "Deck the Halls Door Decorating Contest" on the Floyd County Campus in Rome

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Institutional Effectiveness won the top prize in the "Deck the Halls Door Decorating Contest" on the Floyd County Campus in Rome.

Building J took second place and Administrative Services came in third in the holiday decoration contest that brought out the best in creativity and holiday spirit in the campus community.

Click on the slideshow icon to the right to see all the Christmas decor that was part of the contest as well as additional holiday creations that were not part of the contest.

Doors were evaluated on four criteria: visual impact, craftsmanship, creativity, and holiday festiveness.

The large display that Institutional Effectiveness created included hand-drawn artwork and a “Polar Express” theme. Building J also had a large display with props and hand-drawn artwork that reflected the 1960’s “Rudolf the Red-Nose Reindeer” holiday special. Administrative Services' artwork was set to the iconic “A Charlie Brown Christmas” holiday special.

Thanks to everyone for the very large participation in this year’s contest!

From left to right: David McBurnett, Kristen Kinsey, John Gentry, Kristie Eberhart, Heidi Popham, Nina Lovel, and Brad Cooper.
From left to right: David McBurnett, Kristen Kinsey, John Gentry, Kristie Eberhart, Heidi Popham, Nina Lovel, and Brad Cooper.

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