It’s just like elementary school ‘Field Day,’ but not really…
By Stacy Howard

Are you interested in having some outdoor fun this afternoon? Grab your family, friends, neighbors and head over to Seattle U’s Logan Field for some friendly competition and good times. Spend the afternoon at RecFest, where the focus is keeping fit while playing your favorite elementary school and backyard games, meeting others in the community and raising money for a good cause. 

The public is welcome to participate in all activities aside from the softball game, where they can serve as cheerleaders. Badminton, Frisbees, footballs and more will be available for those who don’t want to get drenched playing water balloon volleyball or outrun a big red rubber ball being thrown at them. Did we mention there’s food?  

The event is free, but $2 donations are encouraged, and will be given to the Rotary Boys & Girls Club. So come enjoy the sun with your SU community! Don’t forget to wear red, be loud! 

When: Friday, May 20, 2011 
             3:30 – 6:30 p.m.    

Where: Seattle U’s Logan Field 
              12th Avenue/Cherry St.    

Disclaimer: Pets and alcohol not allowed at field 

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