Community Service. Valdosta State University Sara Moye. I did most of the community service with my cheerleading squad.
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Valdosta State UniversitySara Moye
On January the 17th and 19th I volunteered to build a house on Peeples street. The first day I nailed wood over the ceiling and the second day I evened out the front yard with a shovel and rake! It was hard work, but in the end I felt a sense of pride in helping build a house for someone in need!
The blazer cheerleaders had a clinic to teach children the basic fundamentals of cheerleading. Here we are playing “duck, duck, goose”.
We worked with the little cheerleaders for five hours and taught them a cheer and dance to perform at half time.
The children performed the cheers and dances for their families at the basketball game
I volunteered at Goodwill for 2 hours. We helped organize clothes and other items that were donated.
Planting Trees with Interact Club. One more tree equals more oxygen!
Volunteering for 8 hours in Macon, Georgia for an all day competition. My cheerleading squad unloaded trucks full of spring flooring and mats and built 2 spring floors…sound easy? Definitely not! Then we had to manage the competition.
No, I did not adopt a child, but I did
buy a gift for a child who does not usually get a gift for Christmas. The child I gave a gift to was a 4 year old girl.
She really wanted a princess dress. So I got her a beautiful yellow princess dress with matching play shoes and a sparkling princess crown.