Our last event of the year is an all day party for the students called "End of Year Bash." We provide entertainment, food, and prizes all for free!
This year we had Raining Jane, a phenomenal band that we on the programming board love to death. They are a group of four girls that sing eclectic rock-folk music. Not only do they have musical talent, but they are the most hilarious group of girls you'll ever meet. Check them out at http://www.rainingjane.com/ or http://www.myspace.com/rainingjane .
We served walking tacos (a bag of fritos with chili, cheese, and sour cream poured in) and had a balloon scavenger hunt. The ballroom was full of blow up toys (bounce-house type obstacle courses).
After everyone left we cleaned up the blow up toys...which took forever and led to the owner wiping his sweaty head on my hand. I was traumatized to say the least. After we finished, we dropped down to Juniper Take-Out for dinner. It was delicious. When we were about to leave, Colie couldn't find her keys. She looked everywhere for them, as Katie, Brady, and I stood out by the car. We weren't very helpful. She came out and asked us if she had left them in the ignition. Laughing we looked and there they were. To our surprise, the doors were unlocked, and the engine was still running! This just proved that Logan is the safest place on earth.
On our way back to school for the "Bust-A-Groove" competition, we drove by a park and saw a small girl running her fastest across the street carrying a propane tank. Following that, we saw a man dressed as "Waldo" walking across campus. We couldn't fathom what kind of weirdness was going on.
After arriving back at school, we sat down to watch the break dance competition and lo and behold there was Waldo! He was one of the dancers and he provided us with a lot of entertainment that night.
When the competition was over, the room turned into a dance floor and we had a massive dance party. It was such a fun night. I made so many great friends and had a blast!