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Fort Hays State University
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Spring 2005 LDRS 310 Projects:

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Wild West Festival Marketing Crew

Team Members:
Chad Befort, Sara Boggs, Jake Danner, Katie Joy

Mission Statement:
The Wild West Festival Marketing Crew will team up with the Wild West Festival Committee to increase ticket sales for 18 – 30-year-olds and to get more student organizations involved with the festival. We are hoping that the organizations volunteer their time and get involved with a booth to fundraise for their organization.

Heroes for Kids: Helping Serve Kids For Hope

Team Members:
Sara Feldt, Megan Hawks, Stephanie Haynes, Seth Kastle, Megan Smith

Mission Statement:
The purpose of Helping Serve Kids For Hope is to provide a positive environment for the at-risk children of Ellis County through interaction with various community heroes.

L.E.D.: Leaders in Economic Development

Team Members:
Kendra Alton, Cassandra Blau, Carver Ostmeyer, Clifford Rollins, Paul Torres

Mission Statement:
The purpose of our project is to help encourage and promote businesses in Hays, Kansas by conducting surveys around the community to find out what services are desired by local residents. We will then tabulate our results and distribute them to the community and to potential businesses to help promote economic development in Hays.

Inordinate Involvement

Team Members:
Mandy Bronaugh, Heidi Clayton, Patty Denning, Jordyn Sander, Katie Weigel

Mission Statement:
The purpose of Inordinate Involvement is to recruit Big Brothers and Little Sisters for Big Brothers Big Sisters in order to better serve the community of Ellis County.

Home-Run Heroes

Team Members:
Leah Beilman, Mike Delisi, Scott Fickler, Chris Hoss, Scott O’Hara, Aaron Skaggs

Mission Statement:
Our vision for this organization is to create an annual softball tournament in Hays that allows all members of the community to participate and play for a good cause, with all proceeds raised benefiting the local First Call for Help organization. This organization needs an annual fundraiser that they will be known for; one that will financially support the assistance that they provide on a daily basis to needy members of the community.

NAMI Walk

Team Members:
Lindsay Hager, Kayla Harry, Brianna Jamison, Andrea Piland, Kyle William

Mission Statement:
Our mission is to raise the public awareness and break the stigma of what mental illness is. In order to do this, we will work with the NAMI organization to make the walk a great success.

Cultural Fusion: A Project to Create Awareness

Team Members:
Amber Lang, DeMarcus Rhodes, Amy Tiemeyer, Kelli Bickimer

Mission Statement:
Working with several on-campus organization, we strive to create an awareness of global issues as well as reach an understanding of how we can use our education to teach others. We will work to create a better appreciation of diversity on campus as well as stress the importance of civic engagement.

Shack-A-Thon

Team Members:
Jane Hoene, Lisa Schlegel, Kayla Muir, Katie Coffman 

Mission Statement:
We aim to promote Habitat for Humanity in the Ellis County area. To promote Habitat we will be hosting the First Ever Shack-A-Thon. Through this event, Habitat for Humanity will become well known in the Ellis County area and the Fort Hays State University campus.

 

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