Campus-wide histiocytoma dog treatment events – community engagement

Join us for Into the Streets on September 28 th histiocytoma dog treatment from 9:00am – 12:00. Meet at 9:00am on the UC Patio! This event provides the opportunity for new and returning students histiocytoma dog treatment to get “Into the Streets” and learn more about our Fredericksburg community and make a histiocytoma dog treatment difference through service. Students can choose to participate in one of several community histiocytoma dog treatment service projects at local nonprofit agencies. Past projects have included yard work for different organizations, walking dogs at the SPCA, making meals for the homeless shelter, doing crafts with the elderly at a local retirement facility, and river beautification with Friends of the Rappahannock. In order to sign up for this event and log histiocytoma dog treatment service hours, RSVP in MyUMW. (May need to cut and paste link into a Chrome histiocytoma dog treatment browser).

Every year, COAR offers a program that provides local children and families histiocytoma dog treatment with a safe place to trick-or-treat on campus. Themed games, crafts, snacks, and costumes make for a fun way to spend an histiocytoma dog treatment autumn day! Mary Washington students are invited to help with trick-or-treating, games, and crafts. Join us for Pumpkinpalooza on October 27th from 1:00 pm – 4:00 pm in the UC Ballroom. In order to sign up to work at this event histiocytoma dog treatment and log service hours, RSVP in MyUMW. (May need to cut and paste link into a Chrome histiocytoma dog treatment browser).

Each year, COAR conducts a gift box drive for children enrolled in histiocytoma dog treatment the local Virginia Preschool Initiative and Head Start programs. This is a campus and community-wide effort to provide preschoolers in Fredericksburg and Spotsylvania with histiocytoma dog treatment toys, winter clothes, and school supplies before the holiday season. Students wrap gift boxes at the annual wrapping party (this year on Friday, November 8 th) to prepare for the campus-wide gift drive. Then faculty, staff, and students check out the boxes to fill up with histiocytoma dog treatment items such as storybooks, coloring books, crayons, hats, gloves, and small toys. Gift boxes are given out to Head Start students by histiocytoma dog treatment our very own Dean Rucker as Santa! In order to sign up for the Wrapping Party and histiocytoma dog treatment log service hours, RSVP in MyUMW. (May need to cut and paste link into a Chrome histiocytoma dog treatment browser). To check out a gift box, stop by the Center for Community Engagement in Suite 320 histiocytoma dog treatment of the University Center.

Each year COAR organizes a Variety Show that showcases the histiocytoma dog treatment amazing talent of our UMW students! The goal of the Variety Show is to raise money histiocytoma dog treatment for Alternative Service Break trips. COAR raffles and auctions a wide variety of donations, including tickets to major league sports games, gift cards to Fredericksburg restaurants, and gift baskets donated by UMW departments. Student dance and musical groups provide entertainment during the event. This year’s Variety Show will be Friday, February 7th, 2019.

Good Neighbor Day provide an opportunity for students to get histiocytoma dog treatment to know our university neighbors and provide helpful yard work histiocytoma dog treatment for local residents. This day is a great way to strengthen the relationships histiocytoma dog treatment between students and members of the Fredericksburg community. COAR does this by sending students to volunteer at homes histiocytoma dog treatment in the College Heights and College Terrace neighborhoods, doing outdoor service projects such as gardening, painting, raking, and mulching. After the morning of service, there is a free barbecue on Ball Circle for students histiocytoma dog treatment and community members. Join us in being Good Neighbors on Saturday, March 21st, 2019 from 9:00 am – 12:00 pm! In order to sign up for this event and log histiocytoma dog treatment service hours, RSVP in MyUMW.

The Spring Forward Festival welcomes Fredericksburg families and their children histiocytoma dog treatment to the lawn of Brompton for a day of crafts, games, and fun. Local families are invited to spend the afternoon on the histiocytoma dog treatment lawn of the UMW president’s house, a few blocks from the UMW campus. At the event, there are spring crafts, games, and egg hunts. Student volunteers help with all of aspects of the Spring histiocytoma dog treatment Forward Festival. Community members are asked to accompany their children; egg hunt participants must be under the age of 12. Spring Forward will be held on Sunday, April 5 th 2019 from 1:00 – 4:00 pm. In order to sign up for this event and log histiocytoma dog treatment service hours, RSVP in MyUMW.

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