Campus Celebrates Do Good Day
Tuesday, April 3rd, 2012
West Virginia Wesleyan was abuzz today with new and exciting activities to celebrate Do Good Day. Throughout the day students, faculty and staff crafted items that promote good will toward others and donated necessities to those in need.
Outside Wesley Chapel, Peace Flags, created by members of the Wesleyan Community, hung in honor of “doing good” for others. Inside the Chapel, students made cards for A Million Thanks for the Troops; beaded bracelets and bookmarks for nursing home residents; and Project Linus Blankets donated to children staying in hospitals.
Other items that were collected to donate to others were books that will go to West Virginia prison libraries and bags of food for the Parish House. In addition, there was a blood drive, coordinated by Alpha Sigma Phi. Off campus, the Wesleyan community participated in two Make It Shine litter cleanup projects.