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An opportunity to serve

Tarleton Roundup

March 22, 2014

Student Leadership Programs coordinates Tarleton Round-Up each year which is an annual day of service that enables Tarleton students, faculty, staff and community members to work together in a collaborative effort to assist the Stephenville community. These individuals complete projects such as painting, raking leaves and cleaning gutters for elderly and Stephenville residents that cannot complete such common household chores that we take for granted. Tarleton Round-Up is a student-led and initiated program in cooperation with the City of Stephenville and the “Keep Stephenville Beautiful" initiative.

In 2013, around 500 Tarleton volunteers participated in the university's largest single-day service project. Volunteers are made up of Tarleton students, faculty and staff. These volunteers were teamed up and tackled projects at 63 job sites around Stephenville. The job sites were mostly homes of elderly or disabled citizens, however, volunteers also provided assistance to the Stephenville Museum, Cross Timbers Pregnancy Center and the local Foster's Home for Children.

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2013 Organization Volunteers: 2013 Business Sponsors:
Alpha Gamma Delta Ag Texas
Alpha Phi Omega Allied Body & Frame
Collegiate FFA Circle J Backhoe
Cowboy Church of Erath County City of Stephenville
Delta Chi Dairy Queen
Delta Phi Epsilon Erath Iron & Metal
Delta Zeta Fibergrate
FarmHouse FMC Technologies
Freshman Representative Council H-E-B
Horticulture Club Keep Stephenville Beautiful
Kappa Delta Chi Mayfield Paper Company
Lambda Chi Alpha Progressive Waste Solutions
Lambda Theta Sigma Scott's Flowers on the Square
Minority Student Leaders Signs and Designs
Phi Mu Sodexo
Plowboys Stephenville Interbank
Sigma Alpha Texas Bank
Sigma Chi Texas Health Resources
Student Government Association
Tarleton Economics Society
Tarleton Football
Tarleton Men's Society
Tarleton Multicultural Ambassadors
Texans for Christ
Texan Sports Medicine Association

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