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PHOTOS: PTF Tartan Family BBQ and Fun Zone Brings Together Tartan Community

The event brought good food and lots of fun and fellowship to campus before the big Homecoming football game.
More than 1,200 members of the St. Margaret’s community came together for one of the biggest gatherings of the year, as the PTF Tartan Family BBQ and Fun Zone brought good food and lots of fun and fellowship on and around Chalmers Field.
The event preceded an exciting Homecoming football game later in the evening, and was a chance for the community to be together in a fun and festive celebration of St. Margaret’s.
There were food trucks with pizza, sliders and ice cream for families to enjoy. Chalmers Field was filled with fun tailgate games like cornhole, sack races and capture the flag. Live music added to the atmosphere.
At the end of the night, the Tartan cheerleaders performed a routine before leading attendees down to Tartan Field before the start of the football game, where St. Margaret’s beat Costa Mesa, 45-12.

The event also served as a sneak peek of what’s to come in the planned St. Margaret’s Commons. 
A lineup of experiential activities and informational booths lined the corner of Chalmers Field at the event. Attendees could test out various technologies and tools that are planned for the Commons, including a golf simulator, recovery equipment such as compression leggings, and performance technology such as laser timers for speed training. 
Representatives from CulinArt, the school’s partner in nutrition services for the St. Margaret’s Commons, were also on hand to answer questions about their school food options. 
To learn more about the Tartans Thrive campaign and the St. Margaret’s Commons, visit
St. Margaret’s would like to thank the PTF, including event co-chairs Tania Robertson and Andi McCallister and all the volunteers who worked hard to make the night such a great success.
Go Tartans!
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