BY JESSICA TROUT
Program Coordinator for the Lyn Huxford Center for Community Service
Contributing Writer
Men's soccer team performing service with adaptive sports.  Credit: McKendree Athletics

Men’s soccer team performing service with adaptive sports.
Credit: McKendree Athletics

McKendree University’s Lyn Huxford Center for Community Service (CCS) is off to a running start.  Weekly programs are up and going five days a week with eight different programs serving the community.  CCS started the year with Into the Streets where about 500 people from McKendree’s community made their mark on 26 agencies. The CCS group completed their retreat at DuBois Center doing team courses and group activities. The athletic department seized an opportunity to work with Adaptive Sports Soccer Camp in Granite City, and the Art Club coordinated a Bowl-A-Thon in the Quad to benefit Empty Bowls, coming during Hunger and Homelessness Week.

Bowl-a-Thon Credit: McKendree's Art Club

Bowl-a-Thon
Credit: McKendree’s Art Club

To get involved with CCS, please come by Circuit Riders on Oct. 15 at 4 PM for Community

Fun and adventure. We meet on the steps of the bookstore for our weekly programs. Also, feel free to attend Trick or Treat for Canned Goods on Oct. 26 or contact CCS at mckcps@mckendree.edu for more information.

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