Students aid community through O-Serve
Friday, August 22, 2008
For the second year in a row, Northwestern is offering O-Serve as a component of new student orientation. On Monday, freshmen and transfer students will participate in a variety of community service projects--picking up trash on the Puddle Jumper Trail; cleaning at The Bridge, a transitional housing facility; playing games with Hope Haven residents; and sorting goods at a Justice For All warehouse in Rock Valley.
Another group will participate in a prayer walk/walking food drive, praying for houses and buildings along their route while also asking residents for donations to the local food pantry and The Bridge in Orange City.