Hands on Nashville Day 2012 is September 22nd!
Hands On Nashville Day connects community volunteers to Metro Nashville Public Schools to complete dozens of "done-in-a-day" school improvement projects. Volunteers demonstrate their commitment to the city and its schools as they work on landscaping, painting and cleaning projects throughout Davidson County. More than 1,800 volunteers served in 55 different schools during HON Day 2011, held on Sept. 24, making it the largest turnout in the event's 20-year history.
For the past four years, WKRN-TV Nashville's News 2 has supported Hands On Nashville Day in a big way. From helping spread the word about this great community event to rallying our employees and showing up on site with a big team of News 2 volunteers, we're serious about giving back to the community (and having fun while doing it)! Last year, we volunteered at Park Avenue Elementary with nearly 100 other volunteers. We painted hallways, landscaped around the school, and worked on a mural in the cafeteria. It was an inspiring day of service, and we're looking forward to another great Hands On Nashville Day on September 22!
Save the date for HON Day 2012: Saturday, Sept. 22, 2012!