AIAS, others participate in Green Apple Day of Service

October 10th, 2012 Comments Off on AIAS, others participate in Green Apple Day of Service

(Photo by Hans Herrmann). Volunteers at the Green Apple Day of Service 2012 in front of the Oktibbeha County Heritage Museum. Pictured: Back Row (left to right): Jared Brown (4th-year; Web Master of AIAS), Sam Krusee (4th-year), Jonathan Greer (3rd-year), Scott Polley (3rd-year), Mack Braden (4th-year; Vice President of AIAS). Middle Row: Professor Cory Gallo (Landscape Architecture), Katherine Ernst (3rd-year), Alex Reeves (3rd-year), Emily Lysek (3rd-year), Kristin Perry (4th-year; Member Involvement of AIAS), Jacob Owens (4th-year; Public Relations of AIAS), Spencer Powell (1st-year), Landscape Architecture Masters student, Mike Varhalla (4th-year), Tyler Baumann (4th-year). Front Row: Kapish Cheema (1st-year), Chance Stokes (4th-year; President of AIAS), Danielle Glass (4th-year), Jared Barnett (3rd-year), Chelsea Pierce (4th-year; Secretary of AIAS).

About twenty people showed up Saturday (Sept. 29) at the Oktibbeha County Heritage Museum for Saturday’s national Green Apple Day of Service.

Many of the volunteers were American Institute of Architecture Students (AIAS) who have been working on the project at the museum throughout the summer with School of Architecture Professor Hans Herrmann and Landscape Architecture Professor Cory Gallo.

Chelsea Pierce, secretary for AIAS, said volunteers worked from around 9 a.m until noon painting 2x4s for the roof installation, cutting Plexiglass for kickbacks in the stairs, weeding the garden, painting and other small projects.

“It was good to be out there to give the School of Architecture a good name and volunteering,” she said.

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