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Into the Streets
Students at Morrisville State College are no strangers to rolling up their sleeves to help out in the community. And they were at it again on April 20 during a college-wide volunteer brigade, "Into the Streets." Throughout the event, students teamed up and volunteered to perform an array of tasks and services needed by residents in neighboring areas.
Students from all walks of campus life were getting in on the action.
Members of the Morrisville State College field hockey team play cards with residents during Grandparent Game Day at Crouse Community Center in Morrisville. The event was part of the college's volunteer brigade, "Into the Streets." Pictured from left are: Amber Martin, Kelsey Pellegrino, nursing students and field hockey players, and Bill Baker. Other volunteers were involved with different efforts throughout the day including sponsoring a family fun night, a free skate, giving massages and cleaning residents' yards.
Pictured from left, Abby Muraco, a liberal arts and sciences: humanities and social science major, and Rian Tanski, a resort and recreation service management major, play dominos with Walter Markowski. They are members of the women's field hockey team at Morrisville State College who played games with residents during Grandparent Game Day at Crouse Community Center in Morrisville. The event was part of the college's volunteer brigade, "Into the Streets."
Members of the Morrisville State College football team rake and clean up local yards during "Into the Streets," a recent campus-wide volunteer brigade in the community. Pictured in the forefront from left are, Michael Gillespie, business administration major, Tommy Moyon, criminal justice major and Enrique Robinson, an individual studies major. Other volunteers were involved with different efforts including sponsoring a family fun night, grandparent game day, a free skate and giving massages.