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ACES Scrapbook

2015-2016

Spring Hill gets spruced up

Students in Cowley College’s ACES (Academic Civic Engagement through Service) organization recently helped spruce up Spring Hill in Arkansas City. The group plans to go back on April 23 to continue work at Spring Hill. Along with the ACES students, Boy Scouts from Troop 328 and Webelos from Pack 328 joined in the cleanup efforts.
The letters at Spring Hill were built in 1897 and span 475 feet long. Each letter is 18 feet high, 12 feet wide, and three feet deep.

Habitat for Humanity Cleanup

Students in Cowley College’s ACES (Academic Civic Engagement through Service) organization helped with clean up at Habitat for Humanity before Sunday's open house. ACES members Gage Hinson and Dalton Schuetz along with Cowley students Rebecca Dewberry and Martins Matheus helped with the cleanup as did ACES sponsor Jams Fry.

Students in ACES program log over 16,000 hours of service

Recent numbers showed students in Cowley College’s ACES (Academic Civic Engagement through Service) organization logged 16,439 total hours of service during the 2014-15 school year. read more

A little taste of Italy
Students in Cowley College’s ACES (Academic Civic Engagement through Service) organization, along with Boy Scouts from Troop 328, served meals with the Early Bird Lions Club on Martin Luther King Day, Monday, January 18. read more

Benefit dinner raises $1,600
Students in Cowley College’s ACES (Academic Civic Engagement through Service) program, with the help of the Ark City Optimist Club, recently raised $1,600 during its benefit pulled pork dinner. All proceeds will go towards a future Cowley College food packaging event in November, in which all food packaged will help local families. read more

ACESAcademic Civic Engagement
Three students in Cowley College’s Academic Civic Engagement through Service (ACES) program recently went to the Kansas Veterans Cemetery in Winfield, KS to rework the flower beds at the front entrance. ACES students pictured are, from left, Kylie Wiens, Barbara Holt, and Dalton Queen.

ACES students volunteer at Epic Ultras race


Ten students in Cowley College’s Academic Civic Engagement through Service (ACES) organization volunteered to work the aid stations at the Epic Ultras Flatrock 50K and 25K races Saturday, September 26 at Elk City Lake in Independence, KS.

The trail races reached over 3,000 feet of cumulative elevation change throughout the run and is the oldest trail ultra-marathon in Kansas. read more

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