Students provide service for the community in honor of MLK Day

On Monday, Jan 17, students met at the Tucker Student Center to participate in the MLK Day of Service led by Gardner-Webb. Various projects were completed from building a wheelchair ramp to organizing a food pantry.

 

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One team went to the Leona Smith Neal Memorial Senior Center where students served by cleaning. Photo by: Isaiah Johnson

 

A resident looks on as the ramp begins to be built.

Another team built ramps for residents in the Cleveland County community. Photo by: Isaiah Johnson

 

A circular saw is used to cut a support beam.

A circular saw is used to cut a support beam. Photo by: Isaiah Johnson

Students begin screwing in the support beams for the wheelchair ramp.

Students begin screwing in the support beams for the wheelchair ramp. Photo by: Mark Houser

Nearby, another group of students organize the pantry at the Cleveland County Rescue Mission.

Nearby, another group of students organize the pantry at the Cleveland County Rescue Mission. Photo by: Mark Houser

Students worked together to complete this task.

Students worked together to organize the food in an efficient way. Photo by: Mark Houser

Another group of students gathered at the Boys and Girls Club of Cleveland County to complete various organization and maintenance tasks.

Another group of students gathered at the Boys and Girls Club of Cleveland County to complete various organization and maintenance tasks. Photo by: Mark Houser

Two students fold clothes at the Boys and Girls Club.

Two students fold clothes at the Boys and Girls Club. Photo by: Mark Houser

 

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