Submitted by Dr. Chris Knierim Service-Learning Coordinator, The Office of Service, Civic, and Community Engagement On March 14, just before COVID-19 shut down businesses and life changed as we now know, CF had 10 exceptional students participate in 29th Fort McCoy Chili Cook-off to assist in raising funds for Fort McCoy School, which serves students kindergarten
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CF Students will compete in the Cactus Jacks, Fort McCoy Chili Cook off on Saturday, March 9, from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. located at 23740 N.E. Highway 314 Salt Springs. CF Students will have a booth and create their own chili. Students will construct objects such as soap bowls, lamps and a chandeliers for
The CF Office of Service, Civic and Community Engagement is looking for contributions from faculty and staff to assist in jump starting some new initiatives and updating some older projects. Many of these initiatives tie back to academics through education courses, communication courses, health and wellness courses, and social science courses. So the service, civic
What are you doing for spring break? How about working with your CF Community to help others in need? Friday, March 17, from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m., you can help clean up the trail at Fort King. Meet at the Fort King Visitor Center, 3925 East Fort King Street, and bring work gloves. Contact
To coincide with the college’s 60th anniversary this year, we are aiming to raise $6000 for the March of Dimes. The campaign kicks off this Saturday, Feb. 25, at 7:30 p.m. in the Gym. Our ambassador Mackenzie Robbins and the Blessed Trinity J.V. Cheer Squad will cheer during half-time of the Men’s Basketball game vs.
Help the Criminal Justice Club build snack packs for College Park Elementary students to have during Spring Break! Their goal is to create 300 snack packs with the following items: Microwaveable mac and cheese or soup cups Star-Kist Lunch-to-Go Ravioli cups Breakfast bars Fruit cups Juice boxes Pop tars Cheese crackers Pretzel packs Cereal cups
The college will host a lecture about the global state of education for girls and young women Monday, Sept. 12, from 4 to 6 p.m., at the Webber Center. Guest speaker Juan Prawda, former deputy under-secretary in the Mexican Ministry of Education and lead education specialist in the World Bank, will discuss women’s struggle for