MacMurray Volleyball Has Been Busy ''Serving'' All Year

April 7, 2014

Pictured: The MacMurray College Volleyball team volunteered at the Big AL 5k Walk/Run in Virginia, IL, in the fall.  The race raised money for the neonatal intensive care unit at St. Johns Hospital in Springfield, IL.

 
Today marks day #1 of NCAA Division III week and the first of seven days of celebrating our MacMurray College student-athletes & teams and the many positive contributions they've made (and are making) on campus and in the local communities.

One of the ways in which the Highlanders are celebrating both NCAA D3 Week and the 40th Anniversary of Division III is with our "Forty for 40" targeted social media campaign.
We will be broadcasting/posting hourly highlights from today until the end of the day on Friday on our Facebook and Twitter pages.

Today's theme is campus and community outreach and our first Highlander "Forty for 40" highlight goes to the MacMurray Volleyball team!
Coach Danielle Do
erfler's team has participated in five successful campus & community outreach programs throughout 2013-14. Here's a brief description:

1 - volunteered at the Cass County Food Pantry making Holiday Food baskets
2 - participated in the annual Salvation Army bell-ringing kettle donation drive
3 - served as volunteers for the annual Big Al's 5K race
4 - volunteered for Doll-I-Days in Jacksonville to promote positive female role models
5 - teamed up with Illinois College volleyball team to raise over $2,279 for the Mia Ware Foundation during the "Set, Serve & Rally for the Cure" event

Congratulations to the MacMurray College volleyball team and thank you for your positive impact on MacMurray College and our local communities!

 

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