ASP reaches out to less fortunates counties in Southern Ohio

Kennedey Bell/Editorial Editor

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Used with permission/Lani Banner

In April 2015, the Service Learning class embarked on a service project, destination Appalachia. Students visited agricultural, industrial and corporate sites.  The goal of the Appalachian Service Project aimed to challenge students to work outside of thier comfort zone expose them to unfamilar demographics and encourage them to serve others.

Students take a break from working on an agricultural project. Left to right Adam Minor, Andre Kern, Lydia Ramlo, Jenna Fink, Jessica Hunt. Top: Justin Hopgood. Left: Students gardened and landscaped at the Parker House Project in Ripley, Ohio. The property serves as a historical monument  of Underground Railroad slave extractor John Parker.

Students pose with an alpaca at an alpaca farm. Left to right: Sydney Pilarcik, Meredith Pinkerton, Shilah Kidd, Emily Riggle and Adam Minor


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