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RCC trots for turkeys

At Rappahannock Community College, students and faculty competed in Turkey Trots along the campus nature trails on November 19 (Glenns Campus) and November 20 (Warsaw), with either turkeys or gift certificates from Anna’s Restaurant in Saluda awarded to the male and female winners, in the categories of faculty/staff or student. In addition, several three-person teams took part in a scavenger hunt for cut-out turkey feathers on the Glenns Campus trail; each person on the winning team also received a turkey. A special award went to Kim McManus, RCC’s vice president of finance and administrative services (not pictured), for participating in the races on both campuses.

RCC Glenns Turkey Trot Winners

RCC Glenns Turkey Trot Winners

Glenns Campus winners: First and fourth from left are the two faculty/staff members who tied for first place female: Jennifer Carr (administrative assistant to the Glenns Campus dean) and biology instructor Lisa Tuckey. Second and third from left are the male faculty/staff winner and the male student winner: workforce coordinator David Valadez, and Joseph Treacy (Williamsburg). Fifth, seventh, and eighth are scavenger hunt winners James Hutchins, Leigh Young, and Summer Adams (all students from Gloucester County); sixth is student ambassador Je’Marc Morton (Williamsburg), who organized the activities; and ninth is the female student winner, Heather Hamilton (Gloucester County).

RCC Warsaw Turkey Trot Winners

RCC Warsaw Turkey Trot Winners

Warsaw Campus winners: front, left to right, students Eric Hammond (Essex County) and Erlene Coleman (Richmond County); back, left to right, faculty/staff members Rhett Moore (network technician) and Glenda Lowery (professor of English and reading).

 

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