Sunday, October 24, 2010
JHU President's Day of Service Paves the Way
On October 2, Tinges Commons and Johns Hopkins University students helped pave the diagonal footpath that cuts through Tinges Commons as part of the JHU President's Day of Service. Through numerous community projects, the annual Day of Service, "serves to honor the university’s dedication to being an integrated and responsible part Baltimore City." Five intrepid volunteers met up that afternoon at Tinges Commons, picked up shovels and laid bricks for an entire afternoon. Thanks to Arianne Sevilla and Catherine Eagan for helping to coordinate the event and the JHU Center for Social Concern for buying all the bricks. Extra special thanks to MyShawndria Ward, Rachel Pretlow, Gosha Krakowiak, Pat Geronimo, Tania Chan, Hannah Brancato, Kit Repass and Cheryl Carmona for making the diagonal path a reality!
Posted by Graham Coreil-Allen at 8:53 AM