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Volunteers Welcomed: First annual Welcome Week Service Project inspires more than 200 students to volunteer.

Volunteers Welcomed: First annual Welcome Week Service Project inspires more than 200 students to volunteer.

Public chalk board-what are you grateful for?

Public chalk board-what are you grateful for?

Students from Holman Middle School in the Pattonville School District volunteer at the St. Louis Area Foodbank in January. The students sorted and repackaged food for people in need as part of school-wide community service project. The students are participating in Rachel's Challenge, a program inspired by Rachel Scott, the first victim of the Columbine High School shootings. The program teaches students about compassion and treating others with kindness. #kids #Columbine #volunteer

Students from Holman Middle School in the Pattonville School District volunteer at the St. Louis Area Foodbank in January. The students sorted and repackaged food for people in need as part of school-wide community service project. The students are participating in Rachel's Challenge, a program inspired by Rachel Scott, the first victim of the Columbine High School shootings. The program teaches students about compassion and treating others with kindness. #kids #Columbine #volunteer

Some winter service project ideas:  - Collect or make hats and gloves for shelters  - Make seasonal tray favors for Meals on Wheels or senior centers  - Offer to help with snow cleanup for neighbors  - Run an indoor program for younger girls

Some winter service project ideas: - Collect or make hats and gloves for shelters - Make seasonal tray favors for Meals on Wheels or senior centers - Offer to help with snow cleanup for neighbors - Run an indoor program for younger girls

Paint Twister... College just got a little better! We used acrylic house paint, but next time, I highly recommend using washable kid paint (so much less of a pain to wash off).  For every 10 people, one pint per color should be fine to cover two games.  Also, we used plastic paint tarps although a lot still got on the grass.  In any case, this made for such a great RA program and just a fun time in general!

Paint Twister... College just got a little better! We used acrylic house paint, but next time, I highly recommend using washable kid paint (so much less of a pain to wash off). For every 10 people, one pint per color should be fine to cover two games. Also, we used plastic paint tarps although a lot still got on the grass. In any case, this made for such a great RA program and just a fun time in general!

Girl Scout Community Service Projects   http://www.ehow.com/list_7160057_girl-scout-community-service-projects.html

Girl Scout Community Service Projects http://www.ehow.com/list_7160057_girl-scout-community-service-projects.html

Supplies:     1. 1 chair per person  How to Play:  Have students sit in a circle in their chairs. Have the leader choose a  student to stand in the middle. Have the student face away from the leader.  The leader will inform the students which direction to move by gesturing  with his hands either clockwise or counter clockwise. On the count of three  have students begin shuffling. The goal of the person in the middle is to  sit down before someone sits in the open seat while students are…

Supplies: 1. 1 chair per person How to Play: Have students sit in a circle in their chairs. Have the leader choose a student to stand in the middle. Have the student face away from the leader. The leader will inform the students which direction to move by gesturing with his hands either clockwise or counter clockwise. On the count of three have students begin shuffling. The goal of the person in the middle is to sit down before someone sits in the open seat while students are…

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