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Cancer, the second leading cause of death in the U.S, has touched the lives of almost every family in America. As a result of the disease’s prevalence, the American Cancer Society began Relay For Life in 1985 to help make progress towards a future without cancer. Since its inception, the relay ...
On September 29 a group of students led by Head of Community Service Board John Lee ’13 and sustainability coordinator Jeff Jewett took part in the multi-state Connecticut River Cleanup Initiative.
Spending time with the kids and seeing how much they laugh and enjoy the little that they have made us all realize life isn’t about the material things.
Thanks to Anna Lu ’13, students can now volunteer down the street at Old Deerfield Nursery School from 8:30 am to 12:45 pm.
Hopefully, Deerfield will become a place that visibly values the integrity of serving others, where students confidently rise in the midst of their peers and teachers in an expression of their commitment to something greater than themselves.
Katie Swindell ’14 and Emma DeCamp ’13 started a Free the Children club at Deerfield.
The goal of community service is to aid the less fortunate and the service trips should focus on this service element and less on the ideas of ecotourism.
While enjoying the fall term and everything it entails, students also found ways to donate both their time and resources to others.
Junior Peter Krasznekewicz has brought little, white wooden houses around campus with quotations from the works of poet Emily Dickinson written on all sides.
Allison Gruneich ’13 has worked for several months to create a service trip to India for Deerfield students.