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News Release

LC State sets virtual events for Family Weekend

LEWISTON, Idaho – Lewis-Clark State College has a variety of virtual events planned starting Wednesday and continuing through Saturday for its annual Family Weekend.

A short virtual welcome from LC State President Dr. Cynthia Pemberton kicks off the week and can be viewed on the event website: www.lcsc.edu/alumni/events-and-traditions/family-weekend.

A limited number of Family Weekend T-shirts are available for $5. The short-sleeve cotton shirt sizes range from small to XL and come in dark gray, light gray and red. A small number of hooded sweatshirt for $10 in gray (small and XL) and navy (2XL and 3XL) also are available. Visit the Family Weekend webpage and click on “Purchase merch” in the initial paragraph.

The first event is a “Chopped” cooking competition by students in the LC State Hospitality Management program. The students will compete live during the Lab Skills Development class on Wednesday at noon-3 p.m. and the public is invited to watch through Zoom.

On Thursday night, there will be a virtual trivia contest, starting at 6 p.m. on Zoom. There will be six rounds of trivia and prizes are available for the top three players. Participants will need access to both Zoom and Kahoot (app or website). The Zoom meeting ID is 964 4483 0984 and the passcode is “trivia”.

On Saturday, there will be a virtual paint and sip class held at 2-4 p.m. LC State alum Myndie Van Horn, owner of Art Uncorked, will lead the class. The cost of the class is $25, which includes a mug or tumbler, vinyl logo, paint and glaze. The class is limited to 25 individuals and pre-registration is required.

Also on Saturday, fans are invited to watch the video stream or listen to the radio broadcast of the LC State baseball team’s doubleheader against the College of Idaho. The first game begins at noon. If any of the 400 allotted tickets to attend the games are available, they will be sold to the general public starting at 11:30 a.m. All fans attending must adhere to the Cascade Collegiate Conference attendance policy, which requires a face covering to be worn at all times and members of different households must social distance and stay at least 6 feet apart from each other at Harris Field.

Also during the week, the public is invited to take a virtual tour of the campus as well as donate any professional clothing to the LC State Student Employment-Career Center. The Center is collecting gently used business professional interview attire for students during Wednesday-Friday. Clothing is being accepted during 9 a.m.-5 p.m. at 602 11th Ave. Clothing items needed include suit jackets, slacks, professional shirts/blouses, ties, and professional skirts. Professional women’s plus size attire is in high need.