On Dec. 17, Dr. Norm Stephens arrives at the annual Christmas luncheon wearing his special Christmas hat – complete with flashing lights.
- Lindsay Lynch (left), Laura Wade, and Dr. Brian Deery buy raffle tickets from FACC’s helpful elves, Michele DeVane and Keith Loweke.
Bea Ramirez (left) and Katrina Blandin check out the gift packages offered in the SFCC FACC chapter’s annual drawing.
Blanche Ancrum looks over the Hardee Campus’ decorated table, which won third place in the inaugural table decorating contest.
On behalf of his team, Keith Loweke (inset) accepts the first-place award for “Home for the Holidays” in the inaugural table decorating contest.
Several days before the Christmas luncheon, the Grinch made unwelcome rounds at the Highlands Campus. He took down decorations in several offices and stole ornaments and parts of Christmas trees. He appeared at the lunch to confess that he had a change of heart and return the decorations to their rightful owners like Evelyn Butcher.
Glenn Little (left), Pat Bowden, and Wanita Bates demonstrate the spirit of Christmas by adopting a forgiving attitude toward the formerly evil Grinch, who wrecked havoc with decorations in their offices.
The reformed Grinch demonstrates his goodwill by providing the accompaniment to the singing of several holiday classics.
June Weyrich (left) and Amy Dow enjoy the holiday luncheon.
Ben Carter, one of the winners in FACC's annual raffle, accepts his prize package from Dr. Theresa James.