CNTA Costume Ball

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CNTA Costume Ball

Indiana Jones, Mario and Luigi, and the Fairly Odd Parents were among the 120 members and guests gathered for the First Annual Citizens for Nuclear Technology Awareness (CNTA) Costume Ball on Friday, October 13, 2017.

The event, which took place at Aiken Center for the Arts, was an opportunity to network, hit the dance floor, and bring home bragging rights for best costume.

"I want to thank our Young Professionals Group for their outstanding dedication and efforts in coordinating this inaugural event," said Jim Marra, CNTA Executive Director. "I was impressed that everyone embraced the Halloween theme by dressing up in costume. I hope this continues to be a yearly tradition for CNTA because it allows everyone to socialize outside of work in a relaxed setting."

The event raised $9,000 for CNTA through ticket sales and corporate sponsorships from CH2M, SN3, Honeywell, SRNS, Centerra, Atkins Global, USC Aiken, SRNL, SRR, AECOM, Parsons, The Hearing Center, Edward Jones-Financial Advisor Jason Crane, and Charlie and Lyddie Hansen. In addition to providing free memberships to young professionals, the funds will be used for new education and outreach initiatives.

2017 Committee and Volunteers


CNTA members pose for a group photo before the event. Front row, from left: Sunny Lunka, SRNS HB-Line Process Engineering, and Alex Somers, Tritium Process Engineering, SRNS. Back row, from left: Mandy Smith, Engineering Business/Training Manager, SRNS; Will Weyer, HB-Line Facility Support, SRNS; Trey Black, Solid Waste Engineering, SRNS; and Matt McCoy, Saltstone Engineering, SRR

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