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Team Members:Christopher Frick, Alicia Giersch, Jennifer Princ, Austin Pyle, Mike Schlesener
Mission Statement:The purpose of this task force, the Integrators, is to help the Hispanic population of Hays to integrate into the culture and become as productive as they can as members of the community.
Team Members:Gary Brogan, Kelli Creamer, Chelsey Gillogly, Jamie Kuehl, Bryan Saindon
Mission Statement:The purpose of this task force is to provide a late night delivery service to residents on campus or within a five block radius of Fort Hays State University. Individuals will be provided with convenient food at reasonable prices and insured a speedy delivery.
Team Members:Janel Beckman, Matt Budke, Erin Issinghoff, Bryan Pekarek, Jake Weaver
Mission Statement:It is our mission to enhance the community of Hays with a trail system that not only adds to the beauty of the community, it will also contribute to the quality of life and educate the public by teaching appreciation for and conservation of the natural beauty of Hays.
Team Members:Maggie Burghart, Erin Butts, Chris McKenna, Lindsay Miles, Brad Zimmerman
Mission Statement:With the help of Cerv’s and the cooperation of FHSU students, also known as the Cerving Tigers, Cerv’s provides a friendly environment for students with an FHSU identification card to purchase gas at a 5% discounted rate. The cooperation between these two parties help Cerv’s to be more involved with the community as well as financially help FHSU students.
Team Members:Kate Mergen, Tanner Nickelson, Jessica Smart, Haley Swartz
Mission Statement:Our mission is to generate community support and awareness for a future community coalition to address the needs they see in the Hays area, explore opportunities to connect the dots between the diverse sectors of the community, and create lasting and positive change. This coalition is developed and facilitated by an FHSU Leadership 310 team and run by high school students.