Catch up with CAFNR

Melanie Himmelberg, executive staff assistant I, Divison of Applied Social Sciences, was surprised with the September Above and Beyond Award from Staff Council representatives. Congratulations Melanie, and thanks for all you do for CAFNR!

Melanie Himmelberg, executive staff assistant I, Divison of Applied Social Sciences, was surprised with the September Above and Beyond Award from Staff Council representatives. Congratulations Melanie, and thanks for all you do for CAFNR!

Melanie Himmelberg, executive staff assistant I, Divison of Applied Social Sciences, was surprised with the September Above and Beyond Award from Staff Council representatives. Congratulations Melanie, and thanks for all you do for CAFNR!

Freshman Adam Mefrakis paints tiger paws on a white poinsettia that has been painted gold. In the background, sophomore Hilary Sears applies glue and shimmer to red poinsettias. Sears and Mefrakis are both plant sciences students. Each year Tiger Garden sells dazzling and tiger paw poinsettias, as well as traditional colors.

Freshman Adam Mefrakis paints tiger paws on a white poinsettia that has been painted gold. In the background, sophomore Hilary Sears applies glue and shimmer to red poinsettias. Sears and Mefrakis are both plant sciences students. Each year Tiger Garden sells dazzling and tiger paw poinsettias, as well as traditional colors.

Freshman Adam Mefrakis paints tiger paws on a white poinsettia that has been painted gold. In the background, sophomore Hilary Sears applies glue and shimmer to red poinsettias. Sears and Mefrakis are both plant sciences students. Each year Tiger Garden sells dazzling and tiger paw poinsettias, as well as traditional colors.

An idyllic backdrop: The Gathering Place Bed & Breakfast, operated by CAFNR, was used as the setting for a recent photoshoot for Inside Columbia magazine's November 2012 issue. The publication asked six Columbians to share their holiday customs and their reasons for being thankful for the article "A Time for Tradition." The cover recreated Norman Rockwell's definitive Thanksgiving painting "Freedom from Want" with the featured Columbians. other portraits ran alongside the article. See more at http://www.insidecolumbia.net/November-2012/

An idyllic backdrop: The Gathering Place Bed & Breakfast, operated by CAFNR, was used as the setting for a recent photoshoot for Inside Columbia magazine's November 2012 issue. The publication asked six Columbians to share their holiday customs and their reasons for being thankful for the article "A Time for Tradition." The cover recreated Norman Rockwell's definitive Thanksgiving painting "Freedom from Want" with the featured Columbians. other portraits ran alongside the article. See more at http://www.insidecolumbia.net/November-2012/

An idyllic backdrop: The Gathering Place Bed & Breakfast, operated by CAFNR, was used as the setting for a recent photoshoot for Inside Columbia magazine's November 2012 issue. The publication asked six Columbians to share their holiday customs and their reasons for being thankful for the article "A Time for Tradition." The cover recreated Norman Rockwell's definitive Thanksgiving painting "Freedom from Want" with the featured Columbians. other portraits ran alongside the article. See more at http://www.insidecolumbia.net/November-2012/