Wawa, Jenna, and I stormed floors 6 and 7 in Amsterdam to raise money for our Cancer game to help raise money for the Mayo Clinic. I also reached out to family and friends for donations for the Mayo Clinic.
We held a clinic for lacrosse recruits on February 17th. We taught and ran drills for the incoming prospects. I worked from 1 PM to 3 PM with 10 other teammates during this shift.
Wawa and I stormed District to collect money for Colonial Harvest. We got some money from people, but many people did not answer their door so next year we will have to go at a better time.
This was our final team meeting regarding colonial harvest.
The middle school clinic was my favorite experience so far. Being able to teach and play with such young players was awesome. It was reassuring to see how many young girls loved the game and were just playing for pure enjoyment. It was also incredible to see how young and talented these girls were. So many kindergartners were cradling with ease, which is something many of us started learning at a much later age.
This experience was very enjoyable and exciting because we got to teach and interact with incoming prospects for our team. It was fun and interesting to see the potential incoming talent for the next few years.
I sent an email to the head women's soccer coach asking her to speak and meet with her team regarding the baskets for colonial harvest.
This was another meeting discussing Colonial Harvest.