Posts by Stacy Stone

by Stacy Stone | Posted Monday, April 21, 2014

What a great day for a service project in the Crescent City! Bad weather forced us to reschedule the project earlier this month, so we...

by Stacy Stone | Posted Tuesday, April 15, 2014

This Saturday Chicago showed us what it means to HeART This City! Over 50 volunteers gathered at Our Lady of Tepeyac School to spruce up the playground and finish an amazing mural by street artist Nina Palomba. We teamed up with local SCA leaders and staff and spent the morning with volunteers painting, mulching, and planting a butterfly garden in the school’s playground.

Stacy Stone

Project Leader, ASB

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‘m Stacy originally from the Sonoran Desert of Arizona, now living in the New River Valley of Virginia. Before joining SCA I studied Environmental Science and Biology at California Lutheran University. I first served with the SCA as a member of the Native Plant Corps in Indiana and South Carolina where I spent my days restoring native ecosystems. From there I took on community organizing with the Connecticut Clean Energy Corps before heading west to Texas as a Project Leader for a Visitor Use Survey team. I’m excited to be a part of the Alternative Spring Break program and can’t wait to bring all the hard work, fun, and adventure SCA has to offer to our spring break cities!  

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