K-State event for international students and their families features food
and funK-State Alumni Communications
Children played soccer and other games on the field at Kansas State University’s
Memorial Stadium, guests sampled snacks with international flair, and families
enjoyed an afternoon of perfect fall weather at the K-State Alumni Association’s
second annual International Student and Family Fun Day on Oct. 18.
free event featured food, music from around the globe and family-friendly
entertainment such as games and face-painting. Special guests included K-State
women’s soccer coach Mike Dibbini and Amy Button Renz ’76, ‘86, president and
CEO of the Alumni Association.
“This event focuses on students and
families,” said Jessica Elmore '06, '15, Alumni Association associate director
of diversity programs. “It’s a chance for children to get out and play and for
everyone to enjoy an afternoon with the Alumni Association while building
View photos from the event below. All photos by David