Color Wars: 2012

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Beverly has officially began its annual Color War competition, where they pit students from each grade level against each other in various competitions for the entertainment of others. Different events will be held every day of this week.

Monday:

On Monday, June 4,  students participated in the Frozen T- Shirt Competition and Water Balloon Toss. The Junior team (purple) dominated both events with Sajun Bibbs and Nick Carruth winning the Water Balloon Toss and Talia Gergely and Savannah Forno winning the Frozen T- Shirt Competition.

 

Tuesday:

On Tuesday, June 5, students participated in the Pie Eating Competition and the Human Pyramid Competition. The Pie Eating Competition didn’t go as planned, and there no clearly defined winner, but in the end the Juniors were given the win. Juniors also took the Human Pyramid Competition. In the first round the Juniors tied with the Freshman, but the Juniors won in a playoff round.

 

Wednesday:

On Wednesday, May 6, the Associated Student Body prepared a blindfold musical chair competition. With DJ JonE playing the songs for the competition, students participated very competitively. After the consecutive rigorous rounds, the freshman team proudly won.

 

Friday:

On Friday, May 8, the Associate Student Body anticipated spring semester carnival, having 15 participants of clubs and groups.In this event, the clubs and groups prepared their food and drinks, selling for from one to five tickets. The participants include Philosophy club, selling its hand-made cake pops, girls’ volleyball team, selling fruit kabobs, freshman group selling water, Architecture club, selling sodas, Red Cross Club, selling hand-made hamburgers, Photography Club, selling hand-made waffles, DECA, selling freshly-grilled hotdogs, Build-on Club, selling drinks, Service Learning, selling otter pops, Model United Nations, selling pizzas, BSU, selling fried chickens and hot wings, and Hope for Haiti Club, selling pasta.

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