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Rhodes Students to Observe 9/11 by Giving Back to the Community

Publication Date: 9/10/2012

 

9/11 Day of Service Activities

Sears Tower Clean-up
Come join neighbors and our visiting Americorps team in a group clean up of the area surrounding Sears Tower. Meet at the Crosstown Arts Building at 427 North Watkins Street and do your part in making our local community a better place to live.

Paint the Town: Cypress Middle School
Join parent volunteers and our visiting Americorp team for an opportunity to improve the middle school in our local community by helping paint the facilities and make the Timberwolves school a better place to learn.

Souper Contact
Interact with the Midtown homeless population at the oldest student-led collegiate soup kitchen, Rhodes’ Souper Contact at St. John’s Methodist Church. Carpool leaves at 3:15pm from Rhodes campus in front of Burrow, or meet us down at the church on Peabody Ave.

What else is happening that day?

All Morning: “I Remember” Banner Project
Come add your own memories of September 11, 2001, to an artistic commemorative banner. The paper will be outside the library all day for you to stop by and add where you were, how old you were, how you felt, who you were worried about, or any memory that would help encourage others to reflect on that day.

Commemorate Bells will ring during the day to call attention to the times when the towers fell after being struck.The Labyrinth will open at 8:00pm as a place of reflection as we close a day of service and prayer.

 

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