Re: Service Projects
BUTCH PREWITT (PREWITTS@BAYLOR.BITNET)
Tue, 5 Nov 1991 09:25:00 CST
The students, faculty and staff of Baylor University are active
throughout the year. Last year they contributed over 25,000 hours of
documented community service.
This Saturday about 1,000 students will participate in the fall
"Steppin' Out" service day. Their motto is "Save the World -
You've Got to Start Somewhere." Jobs for the volunteers include
building a playground, cleaning and painting, re-doing an
elementary school card catalog, working with nursing homes,
yardwork for shut-ins and a Friday night lock-in with the Girl Scouts.
This is the third year for the fall Steppin' Out. A spring service day
has been going on since 1985 and attracts about 2,000 students.
Baylor also has the only college chapter of Habitat for Humanity. The
chapter built a house in the middle of campus last spring, then moved it
to the home site.
Baylor is a great place to work.
Sidney A. "Butch" Prewitt | Eagle Scout
Associate Director | District Committee Member
Institutional Research and Testing | Numerous other scouting
Baylor Unviersity | activities
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