The UMHB ROTC program volunteered at the Big Red Relays event on Saturday, Feb. 23 at Belton High School.
The group volunteered to serve food to the athletes competing in the event. Junior social work major and ROTC cadet Nathan Gammage coordinated with Belton ISD to volunteer at the event.
He heard about the event from Nicholas Cormier, a UMHB ROTC cadet and intern at Belton High School. “I want to show how awesome our program is by volunteering and representing the program,” Gammage said.
“It’s also to show people that we stand for something bigger than ourselves and to show that we love serving our community.” According to Gammage, the event went well. “I am happy to have seen all the hard work and dedication the program displayed during the event.”
“We helped serve food to the coaches and participants of the Big Red Relays event, and I would say, ‘mission accomplished.’”