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Gloves. Plastic caps. Garbage bags. Food prep. Assembly lines. Clean up. Yard work. Helping others. The aforementioned items may not typically bring to mind elements of one’s first college experiences, but for members of the Gardner-Webb class of 2016, the two are now synonymous. Around 400 students took part in freshmen community service projects on Monday, both on the GWU campus and in other locations within Cleveland County.
Cleveland County Potato Project, Community Garden, Stephanie Capps
Office of University Communications, "GWU Freshmen Service Projects Help People Both Locally and Worldwide" (2012). Gardner-Webb NewsCenter Archive. 1828.