Gonzaga University students, numbering near 160, participate in the 18th annual April Angels project at St. Joseph Family Center in Spokane, Wash. This year’s initiative, titled “Live Together, Rebuild Toberther” Logan Neighborhood Revitalization Project, focused on Gonzaga’s mission of service to others to helping the school’s neighbors.
Evan Dobbs, 19, Nine Mile Falls, Wash., Matt Knowels, 1, Devner, and Casey Kuhnhausen, 21, Vancouver, Wash., knock peeling paint from a garage, during the Gonzaga University student’s 18th annual April’s Angels service project, at St. Joseph Family Center. Nearly 160 participated in the event.
Stephanie Kreutzberg, 20, from Scottsdale, Arizona, scrubs down a statue of Mary during the Gonzaga University student’s 18annual April’s Angels service project at St. Joseph Family Center. Nearly 160 participated in “Live Together, Rebuild Together : Logan Neighborhood Revitalization Project. Students raked the lawn, dug up sod, painted a building, trimmed trees and sanded a dining room table.
Gonzaga University students, Desirae Fu, 19 of Spokane, Alex Paulsen, 19 of Seattle and Emily Nguyen, 19, of Santa Clara, Calif., hand sand a dining room table at St. Joseph Family Center, as they participated in the schools April’s Angels project.