Belton, Texas - A group of University of Mary Hardin-Baylor students will be "Reaching Out" into the Temple/Belton community on Saturday, March 24. The students will provide a helping hand to various community organizations and individuals. Students work in teams, based on assignments, from 9:00 a.m. to noon. Registration begins at 8:00 a.m. in front of the Luther Memorial on the UMHB campus.
The teams will volunteer time at Aware Central Texas, BCYC, Belton Public Library, Child Advocacy Center, Crestview Manor, Helping Hands, Hillcrest Cemetery, Hope for the Hungry, Hope Pregnancy Center, Salvation Army, Scott and White Thrift Store, Temple Children’s Center, Vista Church, Temple Cultural and Activities Center, Christian Farms Tree House, FBC Belton, Ronald McDonald House, and Regency Manor.
Reaching Out is a university-driven project under the direction of Tiffany Wurdemann, Director for Student Organizations. For more information contact Wurdemann at TWurdemann@umhb.edu or on her mobile (253) 651-2471.