2018 Seminole Service Day
You’re invited to volunteer with the Southwest Florida Seminole Club on March 31st as part of the FSU Alumni Association’s Seventh Annual Seminole Service Day — a coordinated day of community service. Uphold the garnet and gold by pitching in on a service project in your community.
Everyone is encouraged to participate!
This year’s Seminole Service Day will benefit the IMAG History and Science Center. Mission- Using the lenses of History and Science to understand and explore the rich culture and habitat of Southwest Florida. To learn more about the IMAG History and Science Center or to make a donation, visitwww.theimag.org
The project focus for the day will be to refresh and paint an interactive pathway in preparation for a new and upcoming exhibit.
• Volunteers are encouraged to wear comfortable clothes and footwear as we will be outdoors most of the time.
• Wear sunscreen.
• Bring work gloves if you have them at home (just in case).
• Beverages will be provided.
• Volunteers and immediate family are welcome to stay after the event to explore and enjoy the IMAG History and Science Center.
“For generations, the ideals of our great alumni have been guided by a sense of service,” says FSU Alumni Association President and CEO Scott Atwell. “#SeminoleServiceDay personifies that tradition and it is extraordinarily gratifying to know the work we are doing in our community is being replicated — at that very moment — from coast to coast.”