Center Stage: Purduettes at the Underground Corrosion Short Course
Wednesday, February 23, 2011
At the 50th Annual Underground Corrosion Short Course, the Purduettes had the chance to sing for engineers, corrosion technicians, and construction and maintenance foreman. Those in attendance took a break from learning about the causes of corrosion and prevention methods to have lunch and listen to the Purduettes.
The Underground Corrosion Short Course was held in the Purdue Memorial Union.
Director Jeff Vallier stands with the band, Jon Ranard, Andrew Kasha and David Pierrat, while the ladies wow the audience.
One of PMO’s favorite things to do is to get the audience involved. Junior Laura Bohlander and Freshman Audrey Bengert sang to some lucky gentlemen who had finished their meals.
Senior Katie Peine sang “Goody, Goody” while the altos behind her rocked out on backups.
The Sopranos also wanted in on the action and sang in harmony for another great show.
The ladies do their best to put on the best show for each audience and though no one wanted the show to end, the audience had only one hour left for many activities.
The ladies sang their final song, and then checked out for the afternoon so the audience could get back to learning about ways to help corrosion in Lafayette and beyond!