This spring break, I found myself back at Towey Recreation Center, along with fellow volunteers, cleaning up the playground. Many folks came out for a great cause and we were able to get the job done pretty quickly. Everyone painted the baskets and other poles with flowers, picked up trash and raked. Unfortunately, I found myself sweeping up glass from the basketball court. I imagined a kid hurting themselves on it and that motivated me to try and clean every inch, including rocks and dirt that just kept blowing away. In the end, the playground looked good as new. Hopefully, kids will come out to play on it in the coming months.
Over the weekend, I spent my saturday morning celebrating at the grounhog festival. It was probably my most fun experience volunteering with Art Sphere yet. Before my duties, I felt … Continue reading Groundhog Festival at John Heinz!
It was my second time volunteering at Towey, but this time was a little different. Instead of painting basketball courts on a sweltering day, I made cards for soldiers and … Continue reading MLK day at Towey Recreation Center
This post is long overdue since I volunteered almost two weeks ago, but life happens. I guess I’ll start with my impression of John Heinz. I had never been there … Continue reading Nice to meet you John Heinz!
My name is Deandra Robinson and I’m a newcomer into the Art Sphere community. Let me just say that I was pleasantly delighted :). My first project was helping to … Continue reading The First of Many to Come