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Men’s and Women’s Lax at Dempsey Challenge

The men’s and women’s lacrosse teams raised a combined $14,695 for the Dempsey Challenge in Lewiston, ME. The Challenge is a run, walk and cycle fundraising experience for the Patrick Dempsey Center for Cancer Hope and Healing.

The link lists members of the men’s and women’s lacrosse team members and the amount they raised for the event.

http://support.dempseychallenge.org/site/TR/Events/General?team_id=2370&pg=team&fr_id=1040#.VClKCfldWSo.Colby M:W Lax at DEmpsey Challenge

Men’s Soccer Spends Time with Local Youths

Keith Chernin ‘15, Peter Quayle ‘15, Andrew Woonton ‘15, Matt Ayers ’15, Dan Vogel ‘16, Luke Andrews ’16, Ben Ach ’17, and Jack McGeachie ’17 volunteering their time this Saturday for a clinic for Winslow Rec Soccer Association.Men's Soccer 2 MIC 2014 Men's Soccer 3 MIC 2014 Men's Soccer MIC 2014

Colby Men’s Basketball Volunteers at Atwood Primary School

Colby Men’s Basketball may be known nationally now for their wild bench player celebrations featured on ESPN, yet they are known locally for their contributions and services to Atwood Elementary School in Oakland, ME. The team recently in April participated in a community service event where the guys got to hang out with some Atwood Primary School children for a day. Nationally or locally, these guys are always full of energy!

Colby Men’s Soccer: Elephants or Mules?

The Colby Men’s Soccer team may be Mules at heart, but they reserved a soft spot for some elephants this past month. On April 26, 2014 the Men’s Soccer team offered up their Saturday to provide services as volunteers at the sanctuary and visit Hope Elephants. Hope Elephants, located in Hope, ME, is a unique rehabilitation and educational facility for retired and injured elephants. This organization is committed to providing the very best services to aging and injured elephants, whilst promoting a community-based educational program to facilitate better knowledge about wildlife conservation.

The Colby Men’s Soccer team sure got their dose of wildlife while helping. 20140426_130445unnamed-220140426_105314

Real Men Knit

Colby College football players take some time to learn the fine art of knitting with some fifth grade students at the local Hall school. Some players went outside with the school-age children and participated in outdoor recess to engage the students actively, while others took some time to hone their knitting skills indoors.btp knit2

Women’s Ice Hockey Players Coach Local Soccer

Two women’s ice hockey players, Bri Davis ’16 and Maddie Dewhirst ’16 tap into their soccer skills by coaching local youth soccer teams in Waterville on their weekends. Although neither play soccer here at Colby, they find it fun to return back to a field sport whilst simultaneously helping out the local youth team who sought coaches and mentors for this co-ed team.IMG_0900 (1)

Men’s Ice Hockey Put to Work at Camp Tracy

Over twenty Colby men’s ice hockey players dedicated their weekend to assisting the Waterville YMCA and Alfond Center dismantle their docks located at Campy Tracy. The team helped store the swimming docks and canoes.  This was a physically demanding project that typically necessitated 8 hours of work for Camp Tracy. With the help of the Colby men’s ice hockey team, the task was completed in just under two hours.

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Field Hockey Heads to Muskie Community Center

Members of the Colby Field Hockey team recently had the opportunity during preseason to head down to the Muskie Community Center in Waterville. The girls assisted in some behind the scenes work and got the chance to play some card games with some community members as well.

Colby field hockey members engaging with Waterville community members at the Muskie Community Center.

Colby field hockey members engaging with Waterville community members at the Muskie Community Center.

BTP Does Polar Plunge

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On Saturday, March 9th the Colby College football program had 19 members participate in the 2013 Polar Plunge right here in Waterville, ME!

Proceeds raised from the event went directly to the Waterville, ME Boys and Girls Club Kids Kitchen this year.  The team was able to raise over $400 for the event, which has become a regular engagement on the team’s community service calendar. The participation in this event by the Colby football team was coordinated and led by Devin Gibbs, a Waterville native and Junior student-athlete for Colby College.

For more on this event here is a link to the news report on the Polar Plunge:

http://www.wcsh6.com/news/article/234387/2/Polar-Bear-Dip-benefits-Waterville-Kids-Kitchen

Colby Women’s Ice Hockey Teach Kids Tricks of the Trade

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If the Colby women’s ice hockey team isn’t busy enough duking it out with NESCAC opponents on the ice hockey rink, you can find these players on their Sunday afternoons coaching little kids at local Sukee Arena in Winslow, ME how to skate on the ice. This Learn to Skate program is a product of Central Maine Youth Hockey (CMYH). Three to four members of the team go over to Winslow each Sunday on a rotating schedule and teach the kids how to skate for a couple hours.

 

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