Campus News 2010

For Immediate Release
February 25, 2010

Schreiner students service community through CSI

Schreiner University will be participating in Partners in Ministry’s fourth annual countywide day of volunteer service, Saturday, March 27, on practically every front, including providing a place for the kick-off breakfast, donating box lunches for CSI workers and student volunteers. The event, called CSI for Community Service Infusion, will put volunteers to work on projects such as interior and exterior painting, cleaning, minor electrical and plumbing work, weather stripping, yard work, window washing, beautification projects, trash pickup, and carpentry work for the elderly and those in need. The breakfast will be at 8 a.m. at the Robbins Lewis Pavilion on the Schreiner campus.
“CSI: Kerr County is a great yearly call to action program and Schreiner students truly feel the commitment to community and how it impacts all of our lives,” said Elizabeth Loggie, Schreiner’s volunteer coordinator. “Last year CSI had more than 400 volunteers working on 45 projects, and 85 of those volunteers were Schreiner University students.”

CSI teams will be individuals, church groups, campus groups and businesses. To sign up or to recommend a project, call or e-mail John Hewitt, CSI coordinator, at 830-285-7925 or by March 1.

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