The Windy City Association has been involved on and around Grambling State University’s campus this semester. The organization was active in the coronation of Miss Grambling. Kyle Rounsaville and Latrice Crosby represented the Windy City Association during the event.
The group served the community by performing cafeteria cleanup in the campus dining hall.
Additionally, members maintained their designated spot on campus, by cleaning the Intramural Center and Foster Johnson.
It didn’t stop there. They worked on a Penny Drive at Walmart. Part of the proceeds will go to the Salvation Army.
W.C.A. sponsored the women’s volleyball game against Prairie View and put up pink and white balloons to support Breast Cancer Awareness Month. They also provided Gatorade before the game to players.
The group will host a clothing drive for the Salvation Army in Ruston and are working on an IN-house drive in which the members of the Windy City Association and the members of Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity Inc. are giving clothes to the Salvation Army in Ruston.
The group will work with the Adopt A Child Program in which members will adopt a child, by buying one child an educational toy, play toy, and a piece of clothing for Christmas. This will take place through Nov. 26.
A member of The Windy City Association is creating a project called One Love One World.
The plan is to work with disadvantaged children and homeless people.
The ultimate vision is that the program will eventually become worldwide.
Members of the organization are going to raise money and purchase gifts for as many children as possible.
People who are interested in joining the Windy City Association and/or assisting them with upcoming events are encouraged to contact the president, Cecil Kruel.
Inquiries can be sent to email@example.com.