Here's the story in pictures:
|Oktoberfest was a blast with festive music, freshly-grilled brats, homemade potato salad, soft pretzels with |
choice of toppings, and a keg of ice-cold root beer.
|Data Management's Diane Wilkie, won first place |
in the Oktoberfest homemade potato salad contest,
securing the coveted "Golden Potato Award."
|Entries arrive in advance of lunchtime voting in|
our 2012 Pumpkin Decorating/Carving Contest.
|No pumpkin decorating contest would be complete |
without yummy pie with which to feed our employee-judges.
|Employees were invited to participate and vote in a Halloween |
Hallway & Office/Cube Decorating Contest. Team Lower Level
welcomed visitors downstairs with fun pictures of team members.
|Having previously inhabited the lower level before relocation |
to the East Building, the Electrical Systems Department's
presence could still be felt in the Haunted Forest.
|If visitors survived the other creatures in the Haunted Forest,|
this fierce animatronic feline was just waiting to pounce on his next meal.
|The East Building's Haunted Hallway completely transformed |
this Substation cube farm into a spooktacularly fun place for
employees and kids alike with a haunted hay ride and treats.
|Of course, the whole experience would not be complete without |
a good old fashioned scare from Substation's Pat Keene.
|Visitors to the Haunted Forest for the annual Marketing Department |
Halloween Party enjoyed delicious and nutrious treats.
|Folks lined up waiting for the party to start and the food to flow.|
|Who knows who one might meet in the Haunted Forest?|
Substation's Bob Uddin made it out just in the nick of time.
|Someone wasn't so fortunate. She apparently flew straight|
into Purchasing's wall. This is a shot of the fresh crime scene.
This week, Linda Gray (VP of Business Development) and Rich Collins (VP of Transmission & Distribution) are in Columbus, Ohio, for the Electrical Transmission and Substation Structures Conference. Attendees are invited to stop by Booth 3 to register to win a hot new Kindle Fire!
Tomorrow is Election Day in the United States and lots of important races and proposals will be decided around the country. No matter how you vote, it is important that you participate in this great facet of our republic democracy.
Sunday, November 11th is Veterans Day. This very special day celebrates the service of all U.S. military veterans. We owe them a debt of gratitude we can never fully repay.