Sep 16, 2013, 5:08 PM EDT
Members of the Towson men’s basketball team stayed active in the community this past weekend, lending a helping hand at the Oliver Farm Stand and attending ‘Feet on the Street’.
On Sunday, players volunteered at the Oliver Farm Stand, which has partnered with Gather Baltimore to offer organic produce and fresh baked goods to more than 300 low to no income families, for FREE, during the annual growing season. The Oliver Farm Stand runs on Sundays at 1:00 p.m. and members of the men’s basketball team were there this past weekend to lend a hand unpacking and moving produce.
Gather Baltimore’s mission is to reduce food waste and get healthy, organic food alternatives to those in most need in Baltimore City. For more information on Gather Baltimore, click here.
Members of the team also participated in the Towson Chamber’s Feet on the Street this past Friday. The block party featured live music, food, children’s activities and prizes. Members of the team posed for pictures with fans and all got to enjoy a performance by the Towson Marching Band.
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