I spent this time taking down decorations from "Youth Day". After doing this, I assisted in setting up spring themed decorations. This included setting up wreaths in the sanctuary, decorating bulletin boards, and decorating the fellowship hall.
I participated in an event titled "One Razorback Roadshow". This event was held in El Dorado. The purpose of this event is to unite Razorback fans from all across the state and celebrate the passion and love for the hogs. At this event, Coach Chad Morris, Athletic Director Hunter Yurachek, and others involved in athletics spoke to fans. Being a part of the Spirit Squads, I handed out free goodies and raffle tickets.
Before the Red/White game every year, there is an event called "Hogfest". Here, there are many booths set up, games, food, etc. The event lasts four hours, and is open to the public. As a member of the Spirit Squads, it is our job to interact with fans. We sign autographs, take pictures with fans, and introduce the Head Coach of the Football team.
During the interview weekend, I was assigned to attend the dinner. At the dinner, we interacted with the finalists and their families while we waited on the dinner to begin. We also had to introduce ourselves, stating our name, where we were from, our year, and our majors.
This event was the U of A Birthday Bash. This event lasted from 11-2pm at the Union Mall. As a member of the Razorback Spirit Squad, I took pictures and interacted with students. We cut cake and led everyone in a Hog Call. We also led everyone in singing "Happy Birthday" to the university.
This event is called Headed to the Hill. Headed to the Hill is designed to help new admitted students from across Arkansas connect with admission representatives, learn more about enrolling, and meet other future members of the Razorback community. This event is marketed with admissions. Here, I was asked to interact with the students and families.
I assisted in making fruit baskets for families for Christmas.