Betsy Andreu spoke about the attacks on her character that came after she learned Armstrong took performance enhancing drugs. She encouraged students to not succumb to the temptation of taking recreational or performance-enhancing drugs. She said the money might be nice but the consequences of rotting your soul and endangering your health are certainly not worth it. She also encouraged students to remain fixed to the truth no matter how insurmountable or formidable the pressure may seem.
With Betsy Andreu as our speaker it only made sense that we had a cycling-themed activity. Blind-man cycling required endurance, trusted teammates, the ability to know right from left and a desire to win. In other words it was exactly like the Tour de France... but different.
|Navigting the Alpe d'MusicRoom required superior climbing skills and trustworthy teammates.|
Each team selected a cyclist and promptly wrapped paper towels around around his/her head. The domestiques took turns yelling out directions to the blind cyclist over the meandering course through the school's hallways.
|Superior navigational skills allowed Team Stuef to stand atop the podium.|
Tour de 'Stang Champs!