Bacchus, Nole Style + Seminole Service Day
The time has come for our third annual Seminole Bacchus Bash THIS Sunday, February 19 at the corner of Peniston and Dryades, Uptown – look for the FSU flag!
We’ll serve beer, soft drinks, chips and hot dogs (and once again, we’ll offer the all-important all day access to the bathroom, only three blocks from the parade route on St. Charles).
Bring some cash to chip in on the keg, if you plan to drink, and feel free to bring your own grill items or sides if you’d like to help out. Limited parking is available, so show up incredibly early if you plan to drive. Happy Mardi Gras!
Seminole Service Day: how do you want to give back?
Mark your calendars for March 24, 2012: the first annual Seminole Service Day! Seminole Clubs around the country will wear their FSU colors and uphold the garnet and gold by pitching in on local service projects in their communities. We are asking that you give of your time, not of your treasure – break a sweat, get your fingernails dirty, and represent FSU to the fullest! We’re in the planning stages now – but we want to hear from you – how do you want to give back to our community?
Would you rather work on a home build day with St. Bernard Project, help raise awareness for the Kidz 1st Fund through a bone marrow drive at Loyola University, or something else entirely? Let us know as soon as possible.