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Florida Chapter Service with Project Makeover

Florida Chapter Service with Project Makeover

On Saturday, February 21st, the Florida Chapter participated in Project Makeover.  Project Makeover is a student-run nonprofit at the University of Florida that chooses an elementary school in Alachua County to makeover each year.  The projects are focused on improving the learning environment for students, whether it is through grounds beautification or the introduction of new learning tools.  This year's school was Metcalfe Elementary, and the overarching theme of the project was "play".  Our time at Project Makeover was spent beautifying one of the school's playgrounds.  We raked up bags and bags of leaves and pine needles, and we collected pine cones to be used for art projects.  Project Makeover was a perfect way to get connected to the community in a way we hadn't before, and we look forward to participating again in the future to help improve local education where we can.

Tuesday, March 3, 2015/Author: Alexis Curtin/Number of views (685)/Comments (0)/
Buddy Bonnet Project

Buddy Bonnet Project

Originally posted by Brittany L. Hitchcock

Members from the Cal-Epsilon Chapter spent their spare time on a lovely Monday morning crafting warm, fleece beanies for children undergoing chemotherapy.  Fresno State Alpha Zeta proudly collaborated with the Fresno County 4-H Chapter to partake in the Buddy Bonnet Project in which fleece materials were cut, sewn, and assembled to create cozy beanies...
Tuesday, February 26, 2013/Author: Alpha Zeta/Number of views (501)/Comments (0)/
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