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Sault College Homecoming celebration returns this weekend

After a two-year hiatus, a variety of activities and varsity athletics are scheduled for Saturday
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Sault College file photo. Darren Taylor/SooToday

Sault College is set to celebrate Homecoming this Saturday after a two-year hiatus.

Homecoming activities include a tailgate party, a fun run, and varsity athletics.

Full text of a news release issued by Sault College follows:

After a two year hiatus, Sault College is bringing back its Homecoming action on Saturday, Oct. 1, 2022! Students, staff, alumni and guests are invited to join together in celebration with us and enjoy a fun-filled day of events and activities and action-packed varsity games! 

The events of the day will take place at a variety of locations across Sault Ste. Marie. The events of the day include:
    •    12-5 p.m. – Odeno (Sault College) tailgating party: watch the men’s baseball game on the big screens and enjoy food and drink specials
    •    12:15 p.m. – Fun Run from the Waterfront Adventure Centre to Sault College (3.8 km). Run as an individual or a team. Prizes for first and second place! For more information, contact Phil Dittburner at Philip.Dittburner@saultcollege.ca
    •    2:30 p.m. – Men’s baseball vs. Centennial College at Sinclair Yards – I.D.A. Park
    •    4 and 6 p.m. – Women’s and men’s soccer at Superior Heights

Transportation from Sault College to the events is free for Sault College students. Admission to each varsity game is $5 and free for Sault College students. For more information about any of the Homecoming events, contact athletics@saultcollege.ca or 705-759-2554 ext. 2709. 

“Our vision for Homecoming is to offer an event that celebrates our school, our students and staff, our alumni, and our Athletics program,” said Paul Orazietti, manager, Athletics, Sault College. “This event gives us the opportunity to have some fun while making meaningful connections with fellow colleagues, friends, and alumni. Let’s make this an event to remember: come out and show your support for our athletes, students and the school that has brought us all together.”

“Homecoming is not just about our college and our alumni, it is also about our community who has and continues to support our college in many ways. This event is open to all and we hope to have your support in making this successful one,” said Dr. Ron Common, president, Sault College.

Show your Cougar pride and join us Oct. 1!

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