On April 2, Rollins College’s Fiat Lux Day of Service launched the inauguration week of its 15th president, Grant H. Cornwell.
The Rollins community organized three service project events in the College’s hometown of Winter Park to kick off the inauguration week for its 15th president, Grant H. Cornwell. Here, Peg Cornwell and a young friend assist with new plantings in Central Park in downtown Winter Park.
To learn more about inauguration events and to see the full schedule, visit rollins.edu/inauguration.
One group of volunteers helped with the beautification efforts of Central Park.
A volunteer prepares a plant for the soil in the park.
President Grant Cornwell (left) and Peg Cornwell (center) stop to talk with fellow volunteers.
President Cornwell uses a shovel to make way for new plants.
Another group of volunteers helped with a Habitat for Humanity construction project.
Volunteers help paint the interior of the home.
Other volunteers secure the front porch architecture.
Volunteers assess progress on the front of the home.
The entire group gathers at the Habitat home.
A third group of volunteers assisted with a clean-up effort at Welbourne Avenue Nursery & Kindergarten. Here, volunteers move playground equipment.
Classroom volunteers sort books for children.
A volunteer washes a school chair.
Another volunteer washes down outdoor playground equipment.
The classroom volunteers, including one of the day's youngest volunteers, helps sort classroom supplies.