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Camp Guyasuta Gets Help from Tartan Football Players

Camp Guyasuta Gets Help from Tartan Football Players

Members of the Carnegie Mellon University football program spent time at Camp Guyasuta on Saturday, April 6, as part of the campus-wide community service day 1000Plus.  Camp Guyasuta is owned and operated by the Laurel Highlands Council - Boy Scouts of America and located in Aspinwall, Pa.

Throughout the day, the team spent their time moving and splitting logs, while placing them at different sites around the camp ground.  They also removed the pool cover and did general maintenance around the pool area.   

“The time and effort that the football team has put into the 1000+ program over the past several years and this year is tremendous," head coach Rich Lackner said. "I am proud of the commitment our players have made to the community.”

The student-athletes’ service was part of a larger Carnegie Mellon initiative called 1000plus, which brings together students, faculty, staff and alumni to volunteer at multiple sites throughout the greater Pittsburgh area.