Trinity Trail Clean-up: Photogallery
Monday, 15 April 2013
The Trinity Trail is a hidden gem on campus. Winding through the wooded area along part of Navajo Creek, the trail is a favorite place for reflection, prayer, and a break from the busy-ness of college life.
On April 6, the Social Work Student Organization (SWSO) partnered with the Campus Ecological Stewardship Advisory Group (CESAG) to participate in the Trinity Trail Clean-up Service Day.
Members from both groups prepared the trail for spring by picking up litter and adding new gravel, donated by Ozinga Materials, Inc., to the trail.
I had a good time with friends while taking care of God’s creation.
Rochelle Burks ’14
SWSO member Rochelle Burks ’14 of Downers Grove, Illinois, joined in the work. “I had a good time with friends while taking care of God’s creation. Serving always takes my mind off the stressful school year.”
The Social Work Student Organization supports Trinity and the surrounding community through various volunteer projects. Some of the ways the SWSO has served others this year:
- Welcome back to school dinner
- Volunteered with Habitat for Humanity
- Social work Christmas cookie decorating party
- SWSO tie-dye t-shirt event
- Welcome dinner for social work majors
- SWSO R&R spa hour before finals