On Saturday, November 9, Barry students, faculty, and staff will join President Allen to kick off Founders’ Week with a day of service at Historic Virginia Key Beach Park. You can bring your family and friends, too! In celebration of President Allen’s inauguration, this special service day will offer participants an opportunity to honor and learn more about Miami’s Civil Rights past while restoring the park’s historic and environmentally significant open spaces.
Explore the intersection of community activism and environmental health through the university’s long-term partnership with Historic Virginia Key Beach Park, Miami’s “colored beach” during the era of racial segregation. Contribute to outdoor museum projects, establish nature trails, and help to maintain the park’s fragile marine ecosystems.
Transportation, a light breakfast, and lunch will be provided. Please bring a reusable water bottle and wear closed-toed shoes. Families are welcome.
RSVP required at https://www.barry.edu/founders-week/.
Saturday, November 9 | 8:00 a.m. - 2:30 p.m.
Historic Virginia Key Beach Park
Meeting Location: Barry University Andreas 111
Attire: Closed-toe shoes with socks are required, as well as long pants and long-sleeved shirts. Please remember your Barry t-shirt, sunglasses and hats. Sunscreen and mosquito repellent will be provided.
Make sure to RSVP before November 7th. Or better yet, register today: https://www.barry.edu/founders-week/.
For more information, contact CCSI at firstname.lastname@example.org