FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Misenheimer, NC Ė New student move-in day on any college campus can be a hectic event. The day usually starts bright and early with wide eyed students and nervous parents hoping to check in, move in, and get settled with as little frustration as possible. The day is typically frantic, hot, and overflowing with emotion. This year, the Pfeiffer menís soccer team decided to pitch in and help make this transition as smooth as possible for student and parents by unloading cars.
PFEIFFER SPORTS INFORMATION
Tuesday, August 19, 2008
PFEIFFER SOCCER LENDS A HAND
On Friday, the 35 member roster of the menís varsity and junior varsity soccer teams were ready and waiting for nearly 300 new students to arrive. They greeted new students and their families by offering to help carry boxes, bedding, computers, and refrigerators. One parent who drove nearly 30 hours with is daughter to get to Pfeiffer expressed his excitement by saying, ďItís so great the soccer team is helping out. It really makes you feel welcome.Ē
The church-related vision of the university encourages students to embrace the Christian values of human dignity, integrity, and service as they become servant leaders and lifelong learners. All athletic teams aspire to serve the community as a group each semester. The menís soccer team jumped at the chance to be able to lend a helping hand this past weekend.