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'Senior Service Day' volunteers from Kings High School
Chris starts his team off in the life-size game of Monopoly.
Throughout the game, teams all had a turn in "jail".
Jeff rolls the dice.
The Monopoly game featured a Community Chest filled with a variety of challenges. From singing to touching their toes and even sending an opposing team to jail, you never knew what would come out of the Community Chest.
Kings High School senior Joe Sallee makes friends with Jonathan.
At another space, teams shot baskets for the opportunity to advance in the game. Amanda was a star shooter!
Teams also raced to build towers for the chance to move on.
Following the game of Monopoly, everyone enjoyed the new outdoor bowling lane.
It's always a party when the karaoke machine comes out! Jarod and Cole sang a Guns N Roses classic rock duet.
Kings student Tori Leuzinger joined Tammy for a duet of Abba's 'Dancing Queen'.
As the karaoke hour continued, everyone got into the spirit and danced along.
Jacob Purcell, Conner of the Adult Day program, Cole Lefon and Evan Lawson mastered the electric slide.
Jacob Purcell, Evan Lawson, Cole Lefon , Shepard Seibel and Joe Sallee performed with Zach.
The afternoon concluded with everyone joining together for a lively rendition of "YMCA" before saying their goodbyes.
Community Service Club student leader Kaleigh Cooke with Stepping Stones' Community & Volunteer Liaison Moira Grainger and her mom Carrie Cooke, an art teacher at Kings High School.
We couldn't help but love the tag line printed on the back of the official Senior Service Day t-shirts:
"Your greatness is not what you have, it's what you give."