These Williams Baptist College students were among those who worked Monday at the Guitar Walk at Cavenaugh Park as part of their freshman orientation. They are (from left): Brian Robinson of Searcy, a junior group leader; Josh Thomas of Pleasant Plains; Chris Neaveill of Puducah, Ky., a junior group leader; and Taylor Baker of Jonesboro.
TD Photo ~ John Bland
As part of their orientation, 12 groups of freshmen from Williams Baptist College participated in community service work on Monday.
The activity, called Freshmen Service Day, took groups to various locations in the area to assist with special projects as needed. Some of the locations they worked included: the Lawrence County Exceptional School in Portia, First Baptist Church Preschool, the Guitar Walk at Cavenaugh Park, Stewart Park, Wings of Honor Museum, a nursing center and the Salvation Army in Pocahontas.
The freshmen arrived on Saturday and began their orientation activities. Williams held registration on Tuesday, and classes began today.