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Community Service Past Activites/Photos

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March 2, 2005 Read Across America Day Four volunteers, Candice Woodward (Rowing), Donnell Clark (Football) Amber Finley (Rally Cat), and Jessica Scott (Women’s Swimming) visited with first-graders from Midway Elementary School in Anderson, SC on March 2, 2005 to help celebrate Read Across America Day and Dr. Suess’s birthday. Each Clemson volunteer read a Dr. Suess book and talked a little bit about themselves and the importance of reading, and a great time was had by all.

February 24th 2005 In the Game All Clemson women’s teams gathered on February 24th 2005 in Littlejohn Coliseum to help celebrate the history of Women’s Athletics as part of the 50 years of Co-education at Clemson as well as to commemorate the observance of National Girls and Women in Sports Day. Each team had its own display and were available to speak and interact with the public and offer autographs, demonstrate skills and equipment, and encourage sport participation among women.


February 23rd , 2005 Schilletter Night On February 23rd , 2005 student-athletes joined the dining staff at Schilletter Dining Hall to help serve food for the evening to Clemson students. The athletes wanted to show appreciation to the dining hall staff for all their hard work they do and to the student body for all their support and enthusiasm for Clemson Athletics. Organized by the Dining Hall subcommittee of the Student-Athlete Advisory Board, the 2nd annual Schilletter night was a great success—complete with the Tiger and prizes!

Lunch Buddies Greg Middleton and Tommy Rappold are two of sixty-eight Clemson student-athletes who are volunteering 2 hrs. each month to have lunch/recess with an elementary student in Oconee County schools. Sponsored by Prevent Child Abuse/Communities in School of Oconee County, this program is an ongoing outreach effort and partnership with the education community and Clemson athletes.

November 10, 2004 A pair of Lady Tigers traveled to LaFrance Elementary School on Tuesday for National Young Readers Day. Lauren Allen and Reggie Maddox read books to a third grade class and explained why reading is important. Click to view photos from their trip.

November 3, 2004 The Clemson volleyball team continued its committment to community service this past Monday. Coach Jolene Jordan Hoover and the players spent some time reading, playing, and talking with students at Clemson Elementary. Click on the photos below to see enlarged views of their day.

October 29, 2004 The women’s basketball team continued its efforts in the community this week as four players traveled to Pendleton Elementary School for Red Ribbon Week. Tasha Taylor, Moreemi Davis, Maxienne White and D’Lesha Lloyd spoke to different classes about saying no to alcohol and drugs. Click to view photos from their day.

October 13, 2004 The Clemson rowing team participated in Clean-up Lake Hartwell, a community service project that helps beautify the shorelines and surrounding areas of the lake. These Clemson rowers find it very important to keep their shorelines free of trash and debris. The rowing team is on the water much of the year and they feel that this is a great way to give back to such a beautiful part of their community.
Great American Smoke-Out Day: Student-athletes partnered with Clemson Health Education to distribute information on how to quit smoking and increase anti-smoking awareness
Collins Children’s Home Fundraiser: Helping to prepare and serve a barbeque dinner to help raise funds for an new facility
Clemson Community Care Christmas Baskets: Helped unload and organize food for the holiday baskets to be distributed to needy families
Linda White, Director Of Community Relations 864-656-2095…
Ryan Fenton, Community Service Assistant