Fun Time for all at the SCC Family Movie Night

Monday, June 20th, 2016

Southeastern Community College’s first Student Government Association (SGA) Free Family Movie Night was a huge success! Approximately 225+ people were in attendance last Thursday to watch The Good Dinosaur on the front lawn of SCC. The college hopes this will be the first of many SGA Free Family Movie Nights. The SGA is committed to enhancing student life for our students but also strengthening the relationship between SCC and the community. It took many different departments to make the event a success and the SGA would like to thank the SCC clubs for providing the concessions, & staff and faculty for attending and supporting the event. They would also like to send a special thank you to our community for being a part of the first SCC Family Movie Night.

To stay informed with other SCC community events and the next movie night, be sure to like SCC Student Government Association on Facebook. For more information on SGA or SCC Community events, contact Meg Sellers, Student Engagement Coordinator at meg.sellers@sccnc.edu.

 

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