Sinkland Farms Recap Article
On October 24, 2021, CWIB members came to the Sinkland Farms on a warm, sunny Sunday afternoon for a bonding event. Sinkland was in full swing, with a pumpkin patch, pig racing, a corn maze, and plenty of food trucks. This event was a great way to meet new friends and to kick off the Fall season.
The group got to watch a pig race and take turns guessing which pig would come out in front. Next, the CWIB members took their chances in the corn maze equipped with only a nondescript map and natural navigational skills. After some wrong turns and changes in leadership, the group finally made it out successfully. Everyone also got to enjoy some of the eclectic food trucks that came out to Sinkland! There were funnel cakes, lemonade, smoothies, coffee, and BBQ. And, of course, members also got to pick out their own pumpkins! There were so many activities, but Emma Wilt said her favorite part was “connecting with the members, and doing some of the coolest fall activities like picking pumpkins and going through the corn maze”.
It was a day to hang out with old friends, meet new friends, and become more involved in the CWIB community. CWIB members know that it is important to build up a sense of community around the club to not only make some memories and have fun, but to build a network of other women in business. As CWIB’s VP of Technology, Mona Tuli, put it, bonding events are important because “you can build new connections and also strengthen the ones you already have”.
If you missed out on this event - no worries! Check out the CWIB newsletters for future bonding events this semester.
By Kristen Lopiano