Many events were planned on campus for this year’s Sibs & Kids Weekend, but one of the biggest events was the Save The World Fair, which was held in the Merillat Sports and Fitness Center. This event took place from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. on Saturday. Students and their siblings had to register for the weekend prior to the beginning of the event in order for them to attend the Fair.
At this event, people could participate in face painting, caricature drawing, games like corn hole and sumo wrestling, and play on rented inflatables.
“I took my three little brothers to the save the world event in the Merillat” said junior Stephanie Pridgeon. “They played many games, but their favorite was the sumo wrestling thing. I really enjoyed seeing my brothers beat each other up. I could tell they really enjoyed themselves.”
Students of Adrian could also volunteer at this event to gain service hours. They could run games, monitor the inflatables, or do face painting.
When participants attended the fair, they got their choice of being a villain or a hero.
“My brothers all, of course, chose to be villains,” said Pridgeon. “They can’t wait until next year’s Sibs & Kids Weekend.”