2017 Day of Service Review

31 May
Day of Service

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O∆K member Melissa Cancio led Florida International University’s Roarthon, a 17-hour student-run dance marathon. The event raised $96,000 for the Children’s Miracle Network Hospitals program, an organization dedicated to saving and improving the lives of children by raising funds for 170 children’s hospitals throughout North America.

Melissa said, “To be a leader, we need to show the reason behind what we do and share with those around us so they are aware and desire to do the same. A leader is well rounded, takes initiative but also allows for individuals in their team to develop and share their thoughts, and is always willing to give their time and efforts to service.”



Fontbonne University Circle members, along with faculty, staff, and alumni, added new garden beds and helped refurbish a community garden in Brentwood, Mo. Gateway Greening, a local nonprofit, in partnership with a local church, created and planted the garden to supply fresh vegetables and strengthen the community.



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Juniata College students partnering with their local community to help plant 250 trees in honor of town’s anniversary.







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Stephen F. Austin State University Circle members worked with 8th graders in a group called Leaders of Tomorrow. As part of the largest day of service in Nacogdoches, Texas, they helped a historic village spruce up their ground and prepare for their annual community Easter egg hunt.





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University of Kentucky Circle members made sandwiches for families at The Ronald McDonald House in Lexington, Ky.






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The University of Richmond Circle worked with the James River Parks system to clean up Huguenot Park in North Chesterfield, Va.







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Wagner College Circle members collected cans for donation to local hunger relief efforts.



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The Middle Tennessee State University Circle held True Blue Leadership Day. Students heard from Tennessee Supreme Court Justice Jeff Bivins, Tennessee Bureau of Investigation Director Mark Gwyn, Lindy Boots, human resources manager with an area firm, and other leaders about careers, job interview tips, writing a professional resume, and how to leverage a competitive advantage in a job hunt.







University of North Carolina Wilmington students value the upkeep of their beaches, and picked up trash on the beach.

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