The Long Island Campus Activities Board (CAB) at St. Joseph’s University, New York hosted its first-ever Field Day Wednesday, April 27, from 6:30-9:30 p.m., at the Outdoor Field Complex.
The inaugural event helped raise nearly $500 for a local teen named Casey who suffers from epidermolysis bullosa, a rare genetic skin disorder. Casey and his family also attended the event.
Students, faculty, staff and local community members formed teams and competed in such games as a three-legged race, sack race, 100-yard dash, tug-of-war and a hula hoop contest.
Attendees also enjoyed mini golf, a blow-up obstacle course and Connect Four, in addition to raffles and prizes. During halftime, the Eaglettes, Dance Team and the Sharps performed.
The winning team was the Kangaroo Jacks.
Field Day Snapshots
Take a look at attendees showing support for Casey and CAB at the event: