April 16, 2013
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IOWA CITY, Iowa — Over 200 University of Iowa student-athletes will be participating in the 15th annual Hawkeye Day of Caring in the Iowa City and Coralville area on Sunday, 9 a.m.-noon.
Student-athletes are partnering with the United Way of Johnson County to arrange various clean-up and spring-time activities in the community. Some of this year’s agencies and organizations participating are Neighborhood Centers of Johnson County, City of Iowa City Storm Water Volunteer Program, Four Oaks, HACAP and the Crisis Center.
Hawkeye Day of Caring is a program of the Iowa Student Athlete Advisory Committee (ISAAC), whose goal is to encourage community service among its teams and individuals. The group has successfully undertaken Day of Caring the last 14 years.
For further information about the Hawkeye Day of Caring, call Andy Winkelmann (319-335-9384) in Athletic Student Services. You may also contact the ISAAC service coordinator, Gigi DiGrazia (firstname.lastname@example.org).