MCC Daily Tribune Archive

'Good to Go' Poster Contest Winners Announced


The 'Good To Go' college-wide initiative to encourage and promote healthy food choices among the college community was successful and had 46 poster entries. The poster theme was “Educating people on good nutrition.”  Posters were displayed in the Brick Lounge, (10/16 – 10/22), and balloting was offered to the college-wide community to choose the poster that captured the essence of the 'Good To Go' theme.

The following students received the most votes:

1st Place:        Bilkis Bawany
2nd Place:        Bill Maier
3rd Place:        Jodi Sands

We also had 5 runner ups and 10 honorable mentions

Prizes:  1st Place Prize:                                                                      
                Sony Voice Recorder    
        2nd Place prize:
                MCC Vest
        3rd Place Prize:
                Backpack

Thank you, PARC and Betty Bovenzi for their generous help in soliciting donations and monitoring the voting. Thank you to Health Services Student Aid Carrie Thornley for her assistance with the voting. Thank you to Jean Cray, Conferences and Events, and Craig Proctor, Campus Center, and his crew for their work in organizing and hanging the posters. Thank you to Ellen Gozik for her voting posters and to the Print Shop for the voting numbers.

Thank you to our generous MCC community for the wonderful prizes for this project. Without their support, this contest would not have been possible. We are most grateful to: Carol Fisher, Bookstore, ARAMARK, SIMPLY CREPES, and the Campus Center.

Thank you to Sharon Dwyer, Health and Physical Education, for her willingness to present 'Good To Go' to her students as part of their learning experience and a part of this collaborative effort between Hospitality and Health Services.

Most of all thank you to the HED students who chose to enter this contest. The posters were as varied as the contestants. They were well planned, and promoted the essence of the 'Good To Go' initiative: healthy food choices.

Bonita Heil
Health Services
11/04/2004