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Hundreds of Wildcats serve their neighbors

2015 Wildcats Serving Recap

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More than 250 members of the Abilene Christian University community – students, parents, alumni, prospective students and trustees – turned out on Saturday to serve their neighbors in the inaugural statewide Wildcats Serving day.
Events were held in Abilene, Austin, Dallas, Fort Worth, Houston and San Antonio, coordinated by university relations director Craig Fisher (’92) and his team of university relations managers in those markets. Among the services rendered, Wildcats helped organize a Family Fun Day with Impact Church of Christ for a fifth-ward apartment complex in Houston, served at the CitySquare thrift store in Dallas and volunteered at Global Samaritan Resources in Abilene.
Among the participants: a high school senior who drove from Denton to the Wildcats Serving Dallas event at the Community Enrichment Center event in North Richland Hills.
“It was a great day for the ACU community across Texas,” Fisher said. “We were able to come together to serve and to make a difference for others. We thank all of the nonprofits for their willingness to partner with us.”
Photos from the events (Fort Worth still to come) are available on the ACU Alumni Relations Flickr page.