published Sunday, November 3rd, 2013

Living and Giving: Bryan College students serve two dozen agencies during Day of Service

What: More than 400 Bryan College students participated in the school's 10th annual Day of Service recently, volunteering their time for agencies in Rhea County and in Chattanooga. In addition, the Dayton, Tenn., college hosted a carnival on-campus for 47 special-needs students from Rhea County schools.

Benefits: Day of Service volunteers gave time to the following Rhea County organizations: First Baptist Dayton, Cedine Camp, Cherokee Removal Memorial Park, Dayton Library, Cumberland Spring Bible Camp, Deer Ridge Courtyard, Dayton Life Care Center, Dayton First United Methodist, Grace Bible Church, Graysville Elementary, Graysville Soccer Clinic, Meals on Wheels, North River Church, Our Daily Bread, Rhea Central Elementary School, Rhea County Medical Center, Rhea Richland Senior Neighbors, Spring City Library and Tennessee Valley Theatre. In Chattanooga, they volunteered at the Chattanooga Area Food Bank, Bethel Bible Village and several churches.

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