SRU students volunteer with Andrew McCutchen's service project
Nov. 19, 2019
Twelve Slippery Rock University students representing Rock Catholic, a faith-based student organization at SRU, participated in Project Pittsburgh: Cutch Charity Week.
Project Pittsburgh is a weeklong, community service project started by Andrew McCutchen, a major league baseball player who played nine years for the Pittsburgh Pirates and is currently a member of the Philadelphia Phillies.
The group volunteered in the Light of Life Mission Day, Nov. 18, in Pittsburgh cleaning up community parks, distributing coats and serving a meal to people in need alongside McCutchen and Pittsburgh Mayor Bill Peduto.
Students who volunteered included:
- Alyssa Bearfield, a freshman exploratory student from Meadville.
- Lindsay DeJulio, a senior exercise science major from Gibsonia.
- Brianna Dillon, a senior health science-public health major from Shelocta.
- Morghan Dyer, a sophomore dual dance and early childhood education major from Stow, Ohio.
- Tyler Green, a sophomore safety management major from Pittsburgh.
- Emma Magliocca, a freshman early childhood education major from Slippery Rock.
- Zach Probst, a senior exercise science major from Allison Park.
- Shannon Rose, a senior chemistry major from King of Prussia.
- Peter Shipe, a senior dual accounting and information systems major from Pittsburgh.
- McKenzie Stoeckle, a freshman social work major from Cranberry Township.
- Katie Thomas, a junior social work major from Macedon, New York.
- Maura Trabold, a junior early childhood/special education major from Johnstown.