Make a difference. Help others. Do your part. Do something. For students, faculty and staff at Waldorf College,
Forest City, Iowa, such words are a rallying cry. They mapped out a
plan to log 50 consecutive days of service by the end of the 2006-07
“There was a lot of discussion on campus about [Waldorf’s] new ‘live, learn & serve’ tagline and how we could incorporate service into students’ lives a bit more,” said Josh Damm, a Waldorf alumnus who works in its marketing office.
As a runner, Damm was intrigued by a man who wanted to run in 50 marathons in 50 states in 50 consecutive days. “I wondered, ‘What if we did 50 days of service at Waldorf?’ ” he said.
|Student Michelle Jones of Ankeny, Iowa, ran in a relay event that marked the end of Waldorf College’s 50 Days of Service. Jones is a member of Holy Trinity Lutheran Church, Ankeny.|
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