From left are Joey Goldsmith of Vertical Engineering; Dr. Daryl Couch, chair of SWU’s Division of Social Sciences; Kylie Rovenstine, a recent religion graduate from Lawrence, Kan.; Wesley Couch, a computer science major from Liberty; Bradley Coker, a religion major from Lyman; Lauren Schaupp, a biology major from Central; Nathan Stegenga, a recreation and leisure services major from Pickens; Krissy Dyches, a recreation and sport management major from North Augusta; Dillon Groves, a recent religion graduate from Laurens; Grant Wood, a history major from Clemson; Dr. Roger McKenzie, professor of religion and coordinator of LORE; and Andrew Hopson of Vertical Engineering. Learn more about outdoor education programs at http://www.swu.edu/athletics/outdoor-education/ or contact Dr. Roger McKenzie at rmckenzie@swu.edu or call 864-644-5227.


Photos courtesy of Southern Wesleyan University

Krissy Dyches, a Southern Wesleyan University recreation and sport management major from North Augusta, flies through the air on the giant swing, an element at SWU’s new high ropes course, located in the Hundred Acre Woods. Students and recent graduates took part in facilitator training May 12 and May 13. The facilitators were learning how to conduct activities on the high ropes course, part of the university’s LORE (Leadership in Outdoor Recreation Education) program. The training, which included LORE coordinators Dr. Roger McKenzie and Dr. Daryl Couch, was conducted by Vertical Engineering, designers for the course.


Photos courtesy of Southern Wesleyan University

From left are Joey Goldsmith of Vertical Engineering; Dr. Daryl Couch, chair of SWU’s Division of Social Sciences; Kylie Rovenstine, a recent religion graduate from Lawrence, Kan.; Wesley Couch, a computer science major from Liberty; Bradley Coker, a religion major from Lyman; Lauren Schaupp, a biology major from Central; Nathan Stegenga, a recreation and leisure services major from Pickens; Krissy Dyches, a recreation and sport management major from North Augusta; Dillon Groves, a recent religion graduate from Laurens; Grant Wood, a history major from Clemson; Dr. Roger McKenzie, professor of religion and coordinator of LORE; and Andrew Hopson of Vertical Engineering. Learn more about outdoor education programs at http://www.swu.edu/athletics/outdoor-education/ or contact Dr. Roger McKenzie at rmckenzie@swu.edu or call 864-644-5227.

Krissy Dyches, a Southern Wesleyan University recreation and sport management major from North Augusta, flies through the air on the giant swing, an element at SWU’s new high ropes course, located in the Hundred Acre Woods. Students and recent graduates took part in facilitator training May 12 and May 13. The facilitators were learning how to conduct activities on the high ropes course, part of the university’s LORE (Leadership in Outdoor Recreation Education) program. The training, which included LORE coordinators Dr. Roger McKenzie and Dr. Daryl Couch, was conducted by Vertical Engineering, designers for the course.

From left are Joey Goldsmith of Vertical Engineering; Dr. Daryl Couch, chair of SWU’s Division of Social Sciences; Kylie Rovenstine, a recent religion graduate from Lawrence, Kan.; Wesley Couch, a computer science major from Liberty; Bradley Coker, a religion major from Lyman; Lauren Schaupp, a biology major from Central; Nathan Stegenga, a recreation and leisure services major from Pickens; Krissy Dyches, a recreation and sport management major from North Augusta; Dillon Groves, a recent religion graduate from Laurens; Grant Wood, a history major from Clemson; Dr. Roger McKenzie, professor of religion and coordinator of LORE; and Andrew Hopson of Vertical Engineering. Learn more about outdoor education programs at http://www.swu.edu/athletics/outdoor-education/ or contact Dr. Roger McKenzie at rmckenzie@swu.edu or call 864-644-5227.
http://pickenssentinel.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/07/web1_swulearningtheropes01.jpgFrom left are Joey Goldsmith of Vertical Engineering; Dr. Daryl Couch, chair of SWU’s Division of Social Sciences; Kylie Rovenstine, a recent religion graduate from Lawrence, Kan.; Wesley Couch, a computer science major from Liberty; Bradley Coker, a religion major from Lyman; Lauren Schaupp, a biology major from Central; Nathan Stegenga, a recreation and leisure services major from Pickens; Krissy Dyches, a recreation and sport management major from North Augusta; Dillon Groves, a recent religion graduate from Laurens; Grant Wood, a history major from Clemson; Dr. Roger McKenzie, professor of religion and coordinator of LORE; and Andrew Hopson of Vertical Engineering. Learn more about outdoor education programs at http://www.swu.edu/athletics/outdoor-education/ or contact Dr. Roger McKenzie at rmckenzie@swu.edu or call 864-644-5227. Photos courtesy of Southern Wesleyan University

Krissy Dyches, a Southern Wesleyan University recreation and sport management major from North Augusta, flies through the air on the giant swing, an element at SWU’s new high ropes course, located in the Hundred Acre Woods. Students and recent graduates took part in facilitator training May 12 and May 13. The facilitators were learning how to conduct activities on the high ropes course, part of the university’s LORE (Leadership in Outdoor Recreation Education) program. The training, which included LORE coordinators Dr. Roger McKenzie and Dr. Daryl Couch, was conducted by Vertical Engineering, designers for the course.
http://pickenssentinel.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/07/web1_swulearningtheropes02.jpgKrissy Dyches, a Southern Wesleyan University recreation and sport management major from North Augusta, flies through the air on the giant swing, an element at SWU’s new high ropes course, located in the Hundred Acre Woods. Students and recent graduates took part in facilitator training May 12 and May 13. The facilitators were learning how to conduct activities on the high ropes course, part of the university’s LORE (Leadership in Outdoor Recreation Education) program. The training, which included LORE coordinators Dr. Roger McKenzie and Dr. Daryl Couch, was conducted by Vertical Engineering, designers for the course. Photos courtesy of Southern Wesleyan University
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