Blog December 21, 2015

Holiday Fun at Connectria

It’s the holiday season and we had a lot of fun around the office. Take a look at all the fun activities from last week!

Holiday Dress Up Day
We filled the office with holiday spirit by wearing all kinds of holiday-related apparel – hats, ugly holiday sweaters, ties, t-shirts, sweatshirts, Santa outfits, and elf ears & shoes!

Random Gifts at Lunch
Wednesday was the day of our monthly lunch and we had BBQ from Pappy’s Smokehouse provided by our partner ACS. Random plates were marked with an X on the bottom. Employees who found winning plates received a prize from Elf Pitti.

ElfGifts

ElfWinner

Sweets, Treats, and Holiday Yummies
On Thursday, we filled our lunch room with all kinds of holiday desserts – cakes, cookies, fudge, candy, and more!

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Holiday Decorating Contest
Friday was the day of our annual holiday decorating contest! There were 4 categories in which competitors could participate – traditional, original, themed, and group. Check out all the winning decorations below!

TraditionalJaymieDecorations

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ThemedWhoville

Group (2nd floor)2ndFloorDecorations

Coat Drive for the Homeless
Our very own Mike S. coordinated a coat drive for the homeless after meeting a homeless individual on the way to work one day. Connectria helped out and the coat drive collected more than 30 coats, 6 scarves, and a handful of hats and gloves. Read the full story on our No Jerks Allowed website.

CoatDrive

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