Club  of the week: Early Childhood Student Group

Kate White
News Editor
kmw4152@lhup.edu

 

Club Name: Early Childhood Student Group

Club President: Kaitlyn Snook (kms2367@lhup.edu)

Club Advisor: Christine Remley (cremley@lhup.edu)

Elizabeth Manlove (emanlove@lhup.edu)

Club meeting time and location: First and Third Thursday of every month from 12:30-1:00 in Pub Room #4

About Early Childhood Student Group:

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The Early Childhood Student Group is a club on campus that allows students to volunteer in the community while working with children both on and off campus. The group participates in many activities throughout the community.

-Homecoming weekend events including the downtown parade and homecoming alumni dinner.

-Adopt-A-Family where the group adopts a family in need and fulfills a Christmas wish list for the family, wrap and hand deliver the gifts to the family.

-Project Linus where the group makes no sew blankets and send them to needy Children in Rwanda.

-Children’s fair where local children to participate in games and crafts in the morning.

-Hosting a Take Your Son and Daughter to work day where faculty on campus can bring their children to work and the Early Childhood Student Group hosts activities all day for the children while the parents are working for the day.

-Several fundraisers are held throughout  the year to help hold events as a group and help the community.

“Helps me understand and give me experience on what it will be like to be a teacher someday” –Marsha Windle

Meetings are held to go over upcoming events that the group will volunteering with. The group is looking for any students to join and the group features a mix of many different majors.   The group is hoping to participate in even more events in the future.

“I enjoy the club because it is a great place to make new friends and gain more experience working with children” –Shelby Watson

The Early Childhood Student Group is a great way to help the community and gives you experience and knowledge while working with the children.

“This club is important to me because it allows me to help others in the community while working with children.  It is always nice to help others when they are need.  This club allows me to take breaks from my school work and have a good time with friends” –Kaitlyn Snook

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