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HAVOC volunteers clean the stacks at the Kirkland Town Library.
12th Annual HAVOC Service Day Draws 130 Volunteers
More than 130 Hamilton students turned out on Jan. 23 for the 12th annual Student Community Service Day. HAVOC sponsored the event that took volunteers to 10 non-profit organizations in the area for an afternoon of work. Work sites included the Rome Humane Society, Kirkland Town Library, Utica Public Library, Loretto Center, the Children's Museum, Emmaus House, Clare Bridge (Clinton), Rome Humane Society, Spring Farm Cares, Rome Art and Community Center, and Crouse Community Center (Morrisville). More ...
Martin Luther King, Jr. Day to be Commemorated With Dinner Theatre Production, Other Events
Hamilton College will commemorate Martin Luther King Jr.’s birthday with a number of campus and community events in January. More ...
Some of the 90 pounds of items collected in the Mini Cram & Scram.
Mini Cram & Scram Nets Food, Reuse Items

Eight students from the Recycling Task Force and the Cram & Scram crews collected reused items and food during exam week in the mini-scram campaign. About 90 pounds of food, clothing, bedding, shoes and coats, small appliances and furniture were donated. The food will be added to that being collected at the Physical Plant for the Clark's Mills Food Pantry. The appliances and furniture are headed to the Utica Salvation Army, along with the reuse sneakers from the Fitness Center and the Athletic department.  More ...

HAVOC music tutors Richard Maass '12 and Sara Kayeum '12.
Hamilton Students Tutor Utica Children in Music and Laughter
Passing by Utica’s Salvation Army on a Thursday evening, one might assume a carnival is taking place behind its doors. Crashing cymbals, the occasional crack of a snare drum and muddled piano melodies can be heard from the Salvation Army’s chapel, their sounds pouring out into the street. Nearly overpowering this raucous symphony, the playful laughter and boisterous voices of the performance’s participants bring life to the musical melee taking place within. More ...
92 mittens are marked with children's holiday gift requests.
Pick a Mitten
Campus service organization Hamilton Association for Volunteering, Outreach, and Charity (HAVOC) is sponsoring its traditional mitten tree and will make the holidays a bit cheerier for many children. This year the tree has more than 90 mittens marked with a child’s gift request.  Stop by to pick a mitten between 11 a.m. and 1 p.m., Wednesday through Friday, in Beinecke.
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Beautiful weather brought many people to Fall Fest.
Fabulous Fall Fest
Take an October afternoon of sunny skies and seasonable temperatures, toss in scores of activities, food and entertainment, and combine an enthusiastic group of Hamilton students with local families, and the result is a very successful Fall Fest 2009. More ...
Fall Fest unites the Hamilton and Clinton communities.
8th Annual Fall Fest is October 25
The eighth annual Fall Fest will take place on Sunday, Oct. 25, on the Clinton Village Green from noon to 4 p.m. The event is organized annually by the Social Traditions Committee of the Hamilton College Student Assembly and is free and open to the public. More ...
COOP staff Jeff McArn, Amy James, Mary Phillips '11, Jeremy Wattles, Lisa Nassimos
COOP Seeks to Build Lasting Relationships
On October 1, a new era in Hamilton community service was ushered in with the official opening in the Chapel of Hamilton’s new Community Outreach and Opportunity Project (COOP), a coalition of students and faculty that aims to increase Hamilton’s involvement with community service. The ceremony featured short addresses by staff members involved in COOP, as well as keynote speaker Steve Culbertson '79, president and CEO of Youth Service America, an organization dedicated to increasing availability of service and volunteer projects to young people. More ...
Sujitha Amalanayagam, Caitlyn Williams, Andrew Branting, Keith Willner (standing) and Kathy Lee (kneeling) with Ft. Drum EMT class.
Hamilton EMTs Join Forces With Fort Drum Soldiers in Training Class
The war in Iraq became more personal for some members of the Hamilton community when they spent 12 days teaching an emergency medical technician (EMT) course to 25 soldiers from the 10th Mountain Division at Fort Drum. The soldiers, who are being deployed to Iraq in October and were anxious to be as prepared as possible to be of assistance, requested the training. The EMT course was organized by Faxton-St. Luke's EMS Program Agency and Central Oneida County Volunteer Ambulance Corps (COCVAC). More ...
Sara Miller '12
Annual Make a Difference Day Sends 130 Students to 15 Local Agencies
More than 130 students participated in HAVOC's annual Make a Difference Day on Saturday, Sept. 12. The students volunteered at the Utica Public Library, Loretto Utica Center, Your Neighbors Inc., Rome Humane Society, Kirkland Art Center, Kirkland Town Library, Hope House, and the Neighborhood Center, among others. Volunteers cleaned animal cages, walked animals, organized donations, and did facepainting for children. The event was followed by a reflection time/ice cream social. More ...
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