I recently had the opportunity to volunteer for the Alzheimer’s Association at the Akron Rubber Ducks stadium in Akron, OH. I helped put on a walk to support both awareness for Alzheimer’s and the friends and families of those who are suffering from the disease. We wrote inspirational quotes and sayings all along the two-mile route to encourage the people who came to show their appreciation and support. I’m so grateful that I had the chance to learn more about Alzheimer’s as well as do my part to spread the message of the Alzheimer’s Association.
One of most valuable experiences I’ve ever had was getting the chance to go down to Southern Ohio for a week as a part of Appalachian Service Project. I had the opportunity to work on multiple farms and learn more about the production of several goods that reach the homes of so many people all over the country. I was also able to spend a day working with Meals on Wheels, an organization that provides warm meals daily to people who have trouble leaving their homes. This picture shows my crew for one of our days of service. I am so grateful to have had the opportunity to share my love of service with other students. I look forward to having many other volunteering experiences in the future!
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