Program title: There's No Place Like Home...Made Ice Cream!|
During this program, residents made homemade ice cream using zip lock
bags and hamster balls. With those hamster balls, residents bowled. The
pins were plastic bottles from the recycling.
This program promoted community development while educating residents
about our recycling initiative. This was the first event hosting by the
Andrews Hall Council. From the very beginning, each member of the
executive board was excited and motivated to make this program a
success. They worked together to create catchy advertisements, talked
about the program during opening and with residents, and made every step
of the planning process a success.
Having an ice cream social for the opening program is a tradition in
Andrews Hall. However, this year, the program soared above expectations.
Because residents made their own ice cream and bowled in the process,
residents stayed in the lobby and socialized with others. The executive
board was able to mingle with students and promote hall council
Andrews Hall is also piloting a new recycling initiative this year with
each room having its own recycling container. During this program,
recycling was discussed, residents were made aware of what those bins
are for, and a general excitement about recycling and making a
Overall this program was one that has helped set the tone for Andrews
Hall. We are strong women that will support each other and the world
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