Friday, October 23, 2015

Open Sourcerers Made Us Proud

The Open Sourcerers represented the Blagg-Huey Library at the 2015 SECC Charity Ball. Seated, Megan
Haase. Kneeling (L-R) Ryan Becker and Winter Royea. Standing (L-R) Vickie Silva, Erik Martin, Suzi
Townsdin, and Jason Mims. Photograph by Sean Spear. October 22, 2015. 
The Open Sourcerers, the volleyball team that represented the Blagg-Huey Library at the university's 2015 SECC Charity Ball, made us proud as team members volleyed, dug, spiked, and served for a good cause.

Team members Ryan Becker, Megan Haase, Erik Martin, Jason Mims, Winter Royea, Vickie Silva, and Suzi Townsdin squeezed practice sessions into their busy workdays and emerged victorious in the first three games they played, but lost the fourth. It was all in good fun, though, and for a very good cause. 

The Charity Ball is part of the State Employee Charitable Campaign (SECC), an annual workplace giving campaign that also includes a basket auction, chancellor's luncheon, pie contest, and other events. Through the SECC thousands of dollars are raised at TWU every year for a wide variety of local, national, and global health and human services--an effort the TWU Libraries are very proud to play a part in. 

~Sandy Cochran

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