UT Martin Jackson Center "Bone Bash" for arthritis awareness set for Oct. 26
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A silent auction for a variety of items begins at 3:30 p.m., and winners will be announced at 6:30. A costume contest will be held from 5-6 p.m., and prizes are available for the best dressed. There will also be a “bring a pumpkin” contest, and entertainment will be provided by the Kimberlie Helton Band.
Miss Tennessee Hannah Robison, a senior UT Martin student, will make a special appearance and be available for photographs. Robison’s pageant platform is “Campaign Against Pain: Arthritis Awareness,” and she serves as Gov. Bill Haslam’s spokesperson for character awareness. Her chosen character trait to promote for the year is responsibility.
Academic advisers will also be present to discuss degree plans with those interested in taking courses at the UT Martin Jackson Center or on the main UT Martin campus.
For more information, visit www.utm.edu/jackson, find the center on Facebook at www.facebook.com/ut.jackson, or contact Kayce Beam, center director, at 731-425-9426.