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Ripley County LSN Give Back INitiative Project: Sunman Park Project
Sat, April 22, 2017, 8:00 AM – 12:00 PM EDT
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In Ripley County, creative volunteers will develop a social media marketing campaign for the Sunman Park Board while others will paint and update the building.
Parking is available on-site at the park. Wear comfortable clothes to paint in. Volunteers should be high school age or older. Feel free to bring paint brushes, rollers, and pans if you have them, but supplies will also be available on-site. In addition to these tasks, there may also be other small jobs to assist with.
This opportunity requires a minimum of 5 volunteers, and registration will end once 20 volunteers are secured as that is our maximum capacity for this event.
Please note that we will be taking photos/video at this event and plan to share them via our e-newsletter, website and social media channels. We may also submit photos/videos to the local press. By signing up to volunteer, you agree to allow the Lilly Scholars Network to use your voice, name, picture and other information about you for promotional, publicity, or organizational purposes.
Sunman Park Board
ABOUT THE LILLY SCHOLARS NETWORK GIVE BACK INITIATIVE:
Each year since 1998, Lilly Endowment has awarded 4- year, full-tuition Lilly Endowment Community Scholarships to selected Indiana high school seniors enabling more than 4,000 students from all 92 counties to pursue higher education in Indiana. Now, both current and alumni scholars are joining forces to make an impact in communities throughout Indiana and beyond. Grateful for the incredible scholarships they were awarded, recipients of this prestigious award are banding together to pay it forward through a month-long statewide service event – the Lilly Scholars Network Give Back INitiative.
The Lilly Scholars Network, a community of Lilly Scholars, has engaged scholars in various service, social and professional development events during the past ten years. This year, the Lilly Scholars Network is mobilizing Lilly Scholars to take the lead and make an even greater impact in their local communities.
During the month of April, current and alumni Lilly scholars will roll up their sleeves to work on volunteer projects around their Hoosier home state and internationally. The Lilly Scholars Network Give Back INitiative mobilized scholars to serve as Project Leads and organize a community service project in an Indiana county of their choosing. In its first year, the Give Back INitiative will host projects in twelve Indiana counties.
To learn more about the Lilly Scholars Network Give Back INitiative, visit http://lillyscholars.org/givebackinitiative.