There's an unofficial saying in Aggieland that if something happens twice, it becomes a tradition. Well, this was the 5th annual Kyle Field Day and by the power vested in me as owner/writer/contributor/keeper of this blog - I declare this program a tradition.
This tiny random idea on a DP run to McDonald's has become a vessel that brings light to service opportunities to young and old. From raising awareness about animal abuse, therapy dogs, and rescue services...
to decorating shoes for orphans in Africa...
(lots of shoes)
(over 200 pair of shoes)
and getting information on human trafficking, boundary free camps, and so much more. This one event, brings an entire community together to lend a hand and make a mark on something.
(and it also offers free food!)
I love this day - I love that I get to share it with my entire family (thanks for taking all these pics, Ryan) and my friends, and their kids and this community of Aggies.
I am so honored to be part of this program and be able to watch my students create such an everlasting imprint on the lives of others through the act of selfless service.
Can't wait to see what this tradition holds for years to come!