Date: April 21, 2018
Times: 8 a.m.-12 p.m.; Registration at 8 a.m.; Kickoff Celebration at 8:30 a.m.; Service Projects from 9 a.m. – 12 p.m.
Location: Registration and Kickoff at the AU Morrison Commons Circle Patio
In celebration of our 100th year in Sioux Falls, alumni and their families are invited to give back to the city Augustana calls home by participating in service activities on Saturday, April 21, that benefit the local community.
- AU Campus Cleanup: Time for some spring cleaning right here on campus! Volunteers will help with light yard work and help our alma mater look her very best as we celebrate her 100th year in Sioux Falls. Bring gardening/work gloves if you have them. Children ages 8 and older are invited to help with this project. (Limit 25)
- Boys & Girls Club of the Sioux Empire (BGCSE): Amy Sumner ’87 has requested help from volunteers with painting at one of the Boys & Girls Club facilities. The goal of BGCSE is to provide a developmentally appropriate program to enable each child to grow intellectually, emotionally, physically and socially while becoming aware of their surroundings and their abilities. Children ages 8 and older are invited to help with this project. All supplies will be provided. (Limit 10)
- JAM Art & Supplies: JAM was created by Jess Miller ’09 to provide information about the underground art scene, artists, and art events. JAM opened Sioux Falls’ first Creative Reuse store, a store that resells unused or like-new donated craft and art supplies. JAM is looking for help with sorting supplies, folding fabrics, and organizing closets. Children are invited to help with this project. (Limit 20)
- Washington Pavilion: Come, be a part of the 2018 Design Challenge! Teams of elementary through high school students will be challenged to design and create a superhero and a gadget or powers that address a specific task that would better humankind. Volunteers are needed to help with judging different elements of the competition, tallying score sheets, updating the leader board, and helping at the registration table. Children ages 13 and older are invited to help with this project. (Limit 10)