At the annual Greensboro Alabama Turkey Trot, I helped setup, tear down, and I ran the 5k with my family. We do this every year and it is such a fun experience. The town will get together to raise money for different causes/fundraisers.
bands passout at the Friday Night Cookout 5-8pm (3 hours)
Saturday lunch passout 11-1 (2 hours)
I passed out member and guests bands these two days as well as sold gameday buttons. I forgot to take a picture on Saturday but Ashley Perone can verify.
For the workers at Brookstone, we made cards of gratitude and appreciation from the members of Zeta Tau Alpha. It was great to make cards with my pledge class and the new members, while making something we knew would put a smile on someones face!
This was a very humbling experience. We were able to serve dinner to the members of the 6 month rehab program until 5:00 and then from 5:00 until 6:00 we served food to the public. We met a variety of people who were more than willing to talk about their story, and how the salvation army has helped support them. The coordinator was not present, but a homeless lady named Sue who has worked there for 3 years answered any questions we had. There was not much coordination, so no one gave an email and we also did not think it was appropriate to take a picture in that setting.
I was able to be apart of Phi Mu's Pack Shack Greek Unity Service Project where we got in groups and packaged over 5,000 meals for those 1 out of 6 people who do not know where their next meal will come from.
This was so much fun seeing little girls dressed as all different princesses. Each girl had the biggest smile getting their nails, makeup done as well as having a tea and dance party. I got the opportunity to paint nails and just sit and make conversation with them.