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September 26, 2020 - 8:30-11:30 AM​

Space is limited for each project. Sign up ASAP to secure your spot!
  • Paint the Lion Cub Paw Prints (8 participants)
Show your Mountain Lion spirit by helping to repaint the mini paw prints around the Carter Center. Let’s hear those Lions roar!
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  • Sole-Hope (15 participants)
Make it possible for someone to have a pair of shoes!We’ll be cutting and constructing shoe kits to be donated to the Sole Hope organization. They will then distribute the shoes in Uganda to help the children and adults have healthier feet.
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  • Paracord Bracelets (15 participants)
Let’s show some gratitude! We’ll be making paracord bracelets to be donated to Operation Gratitude. They will distribute them in care packages to troops and first responders. We will also create notes and cards to be sent with the bracelets.
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  • Flowers for the Elderly (15 participants)
Flowers are always in season! Paint and decorate your pots, plant your flowers, write a nice note, and we’ll deliver it all to one of our local senior citizens.
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  • (10 participants)
Play games on your phone. Learn. Plant trees. What could be better?
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  • T-Shirt Toys and Warming Socks (15 participants)
Let’s CU help our furry friends!We’ll be creating dog toys from old, recycled t-shirts. We’ll also be making warming socks that can be heated in the microwave to provide comfort to the animals.All items will benefit the pups and kitties at the Mercer County Animal Shelter.
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  • No Sew Hats (15 participants)
Spread some warmth by creating hats out of fleece material!The hats will be donated to the Bluefield Union Mission for distribution to their clients during the winter months.
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  • Baby Blankets (10 participants)
Knots are a good thing! Make knotted blankets for babies and toddlers. They will be donated to Mary’s Cradle in Bluefield, West Virginia, an agency that serves mothers and children in our local community.

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Rain date for outdoor projects is TBD. Watch for an email from in case of postponement due to weather with details!

Projects listed in BLUE will require more physical activity.  Students with any limitations should self-identify and choose other service options requiring less physical exertion.
Also, for projects listed in BLUE, students should wear old clothing that is suitable for getting dirty and/or paint splattered.
Each student will be expected to follow campus safety guidelines and practice social distancing during projects whenever possible. Masks, disposable gloves, and hand sanitizer will be available for student use.  Project leaders will have disinfecting wipes for cleaning as needed during each project.​

Check-In for Student Service Days will be from 8:30-9:00 AM at the gazebo by the valley. Groups will be leaving for their projects promptly at 9:00 AM, so do not be late!!