TCAT to celebrate seasonal transition with Fall Fest

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ELIZABETHTON, Tenn. (WJHL) – The Tennessee College of Applied Technology will celebrate fall season with various activities beginning Oct. 25, according to a release from the school.

The celebration week — dubbed as Fall Fest — will start on Monday, Oct. 25 and continue through Friday, giving students several opportunities to participate in fall and Halloween-related festivities.

The chili cook-off has been left off the celebration’s itinerary due to COVID-19.

However, students will have plenty of other events to participate such as the following:

  • Crazy hats and socks day – Monday, Oct. 25
  • Door decorating – Tuesday Oct. 26
  • Best carved pumpkin – Wednesday, Oct. 27
  • Halloween costume day – Thursday, Oct. 28

The highlight of the week will be the “People’s Choice Award,” in which a pumpkin display will be judged by all students, faculty and staff.

Students throughout all TCAT campuses will be able to participate in the activities.

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