Fall sports take part in community service projects
Friday, August 14, 2015
Fall sports take part in community service projects

LEBANON, Tenn. – All six Cumberland fall sports teams that reported to campus this week took part in community service activities around town on Thursday, including a Red Cross blood drive, helping at the Wilson County Community Center, Next Step Resource Center and Habitat for Humanity, and a trip to Cedarcroft Home.

The Bulldog football team, all 130-plus members, took part in a Red Cross blood drive on campus, with players and coaches donating blood. The men’s soccer team spent the afternoon at Habitat for Humanity in Lebanon, loading items onto a truck and also trashing other materials previously dropped off.

The volleyball and women’s soccer teams cleaned and sorted clothes and other items at the Next Step Resource Center and Wilson County Community Center, respectively, while the cross country teams spent the afternoon entertaining and working with the elderly at Cedarcroft Home in town.

The reminder of the Cumberland athletic teams report to campus on August 24 and will also take part in community service projects on Aug. 29.