Wherever Two, Three, or Four Gathered

Bobby Ritz ’10, Jay Patterson ’65, Mike Gregory ’70, and Jim Thomas ’73

From Mike Gregory’s report: “A damp and chilly day in Dallas-Fort Worth did not deter a small but determined band of alums from tackling a traditional target of ours:  Cheryl’s Garden of Learning.  It is located at John R. Good Elementary School in Irving.  The garden serves as an outdoor classroom where students learn about local flora and fauna.  Armed with shovels, hedge trimmers, rakes, etc., we cleaned out beds, trimmed back lantana and other plants, removed decorative rock from one bed, and various assorted tasks.  Our labors netted us 10 42-gallon trash bags full of clippings.”

W.A.B.A.S.H. Day works for groups large (Crawfordsville had nearly 100 attendees) and small – it’s all about community service.

For the reports on W.A.B.A.S.H. Day around the country, click here.