On Friday, the Admissions Services office set out for out Day of Service at the Commodore John Rogers Elementary School, which is five blocks from the Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health
Our group of nine split into two groups of two and two groups of three for a variety of projects. When it came to the artistic project, Raili and I eagerly volunteered. We quickly developed a plan for the mural.
Two and a half hours later, the entrance to the community food pantry was transformed.
While Raili and I were painting, some others in the group put their muscles to use and faced the leaf and twig covered amphitheater.
Trees mean shade, but they also mean debris!
At the end of the day, the amphitheater was ready for audience members.
When we finished the projects, we were still smiling!