Medical Technology Club
Student groups gathered in the Townsend Hall Commons on Tuesday, March 13, to participate in BlueHensCAN, a creative way to collect much-needed food items and create a spirited competition among UD students in an effort to benefit the Food Bank of Delaware.
UD student teams that registered for BlueHensCAN held food drives and then competed against one another by creating sculptures out of the food items they collected. The teams had the opportunity to work on their structures all day on Tuesday in the Townsend Hall Commons, with judging taking place at 4:30 p.m.
The Medical Technology Club was able to raise 604 pounds for the Food Bank of Delaware, while the NTDT Club raised 148 pounds.
In the end, the NTDT Club took home the awards for “The Best Use of the Food Bank’s Most Needed Items” and the “Best Meal.” While the Medical Technology Club received the “Best Use of Labels” and the “Best in Show” awards.
There is still a chance for the participating clubs to win the “People’s Choice” award, with voting taking place on the CANR Facebook Page until 4:30 p.m., Friday, March 16. The winner will be determined by the group with the most “likes” on their sculpture’s photo.
The team that wins the “People’s Choice” award will receive an ice cream social for their entire group at the UDairy Creamery.