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Casey Time

  • Freshmen Kyle Rufo, Isabelle Anderson, Alaina Perdon, and Emma Campbell pose for a picture before starting work priming th...
    Freshmen Kyle Rufo, Isabelle Anderson, Alaina Perdon, and Emma Campbell pose for a picture before starting work priming the fence. Photo courtesy of Elizabeth Hay.
  • Volunteers prime the fence that borders the WAC community garden. Photo courtesy of Elizabeth Hay.
    Volunteers prime the fence that borders the WAC community garden. Photo courtesy of Elizabeth Hay.
  • Volunteers prime the fence that borders the WAC community garden. Photo courtesy of Elizabeth Hay.
    Volunteers prime the fence that borders the WAC community garden. Photo courtesy of Elizabeth Hay.
  • Volunteers prime the fence that borders the WAC community garden. Photo courtesy of Elizabeth Hay.
    Volunteers prime the fence that borders the WAC community garden. Photo courtesy of Elizabeth Hay.
  • Volunteers prime the fence that borders the WAC community garden. Photo courtesy of Elizabeth Hay.
    Volunteers prime the fence that borders the WAC community garden. Photo courtesy of Elizabeth Hay.
  • Volunteers prime the fence that borders the WAC community garden. Photo courtesy of Elizabeth Hay.
    Volunteers prime the fence that borders the WAC community garden. Photo courtesy of Elizabeth Hay.
April 11, 2019

On Sunday, April 7, the Student Government Association sponsored Casey Time, a day where students and faculty volunteered to beautify the WAC campus. The event is named after Eugene B. Casey and Betty Casey ’47 in honor of the support they have shown Washington College. Students and WAC employees spent the afternoon painting curbs, labeling trash cans and recycling bins, and priming a fence outside the WAC community garden. “I think my favorite part of the whole thing was seeing how excited the students were to do something to help their school, and I think that’s why it’s such a great thing. We were all just enjoying the nice weather, trying to make the community we share a tiny bit more beautiful,” freshman Alaina Perdon said of the experience.


Last modified on Apr. 24th at 8:54am by Emma Campbell.