LaKrisha Newbill of HR laughs with coworkers taking part in a line dance.
Pictured: Tony Blasucci, Kyle Osburn, Justin Hickey and Drew Laso, all of RecSports.
Laurie Geier greeted staff as they entered the stadium.
The University’s officers and the Office of Human Resources know how to throw a party, starting with the venue choice: Notre Dame Stadium. The annual staff picnic lunch took place on Friday, July 26, serving up barbeque favorites on the concourse and entertainment on the field.
It wasn't hard to figure out where Landscape Services had lunch.
A professional DJ got the crowd going with pop music, which inspired some to jump into line dances. Others chose to play Frisbee on the turf on what was a beautiful, mild summer day. (Special thanks to Heather Moriconi in Development, Anna McKeever in HR, and Amy North at the McGrath Institute for Church Life, for the photos.)
Pictured: Susan Coyne, Patricia Bellm and Katherine Angulo of the McGrath Institute for Church Life.
If this looks like fun, consider attending the Opening of the Academic Year Mass and Picnic on Tuesday, August 27. That picnic, held in the evening, will also take place in the stadium and feature entertainment on the field. (Details from the “Fun Committee” coming soon…) The Opening Mass and Picnic are intended for all students, faculty, staff and their families.
Pictured in above photo: Charles Riley, Janet Brock, Amy Walter, Elizabeth Walker and Cathy Nickens with Building Services.
There was no shortage of food in the stadium concourse.
In the background, Ben Kruis, with Grotto Network, plays Frisbee with a friend.
Pictured: Kim Murray, Heidi Henke, Carrie Gates and Todd Boruff with the Arts and Letters communications team.
Lori Maurer and Theresa Dockery, both of HR, pose for a photo.
Anna McKeever and Alicia Ivy, both of HR, pose on the field.
Development’s Stewardship and Donor Relations team enjoy lunch.
Pictured: Joshua Martin and Zach Dudka, videographers with the Marketing Communications Multimedia Services Team.
Pictured: Colleen Moore and Carolyn Pirtle of the McGrath Institute for Church Life.