“Rake” Forest – Pro Humanitate in ActionNovember 16, 2011
Approximately 120 Wake Forest students used their Saturday morning on November 12 to put Pro Humanitate in action. When they could have been getting a much deserved morning to sleep in, students participated in the second annual “Rake” Forest. “Rake” Forest is a program where students volunteer to rake and clean the yards of neighborhoods surrounding the Wake Forest campus. This year’s neighborhoods included Faculty Drive, Harmon, Rosedale Circle, Friendship Circle, Waycross and Macon Drive.
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