Merci to Mr. Clifton Roberts, Food Bank Drive and Marketing Coordinator for the pictures featured in this blog and to Lacey Bagley, Education/Volunteer Coordinator for another outstanding service experience at the Regional Food Bank Volunteer Center,
Arigato to Cyclones Justin S. for helping organize the t-shirts for delivery to teachers and to Sahanya B. for helping as needed; serving with the teachers, and requesting teachers to leave "thoughts going around in their mind" during breakfast, or "things they wanted to remember" during the break in quilt patches.
We are creating an e-book with reflections and pictures taken by Sahanya which will be uploaded after time is provided for the narration of the book by Casady YAC students. If a faculty member did not get a chance to leave thoughts on the quilt patches, the patches and cloth pens will be at the Harper Wing looking forward to receiving faculty thoughts to share with the service teen board, Casady YAC (Youth Active in the Community) and placed at a quilt of the roots of service.
A few thoughts from the quilt patches were: "It is amazing to know that we can accomplish so much together." "Yoohoo! So much fun! So meaningful too! It is important to remember that each package is going to someone...it's someone's after school snack, breakfast, dinner."
More pictures from Mr. Clifton Roberts below and at https://flic.kr/ps/vF8QT
|Packing Food for Kids- 2,052 backpacks|
|Packing cookies: 75 cases|
|Packing Crackers: 153 cases|
|Sr. Pack: 607 cases|
Thank you Cyclone Teachers!