With Halloween just around the corner, staff and faculty at Richland have come up with a unique way to celebrate, while raising money to assist its students. The Richland Haunted “Die”-rama Contest features four unique and creepy creations that are displayed in the Mueller Student Center through 1pm on October 29. Students, staff, and faculty will be able to vote for a favorite by dropping money into a corresponding bucket. The money will be donated to the Student Assistance Fund, which provides emergency financial assistance to students that have been impacted by unexpected situations that can interfere with their success.
“This is the first year for the event and we hope to see it grow in the future. The entries are amazing, and they really showcase the creativity of our staff and faculty. If you are a fan of Halloween, like I am, you will really love these creations,” said Tracy Withrow, Director of Marketing and Public Relations.
The “die”-oramas will be on display this week and the public is invited to stop by and vote for a favorite. Winners will be announced October 29 at 3pm. To get a taste of what you might see on display take a look at this YouTube Video.