Wednesday, February 28, 2007
NASHVILLE---The Tennessee State University student-athletes and coaches continue to make their mark in the TSU community through various community service projects. On Wednesday, February 28th, Head women's track coach Chandra Cheeseborough, Tigerbelle Kathy Onwu, and football player Brandon Jackson will participate in the Bailey Middle School-Black History Program. Brandon will serve as the program's Master of Ceremony while Coach Cheeseborough and Kathy will give the student's a Black History lesson about the Tennessee State University Tigerbelles. The program is scheduled to begin at 2:00 p.m. at Bailey Middle School. A group of student-athletes will participate in the annual "Dr. Seuss Day" held at the Robert E. Lillard Elementary Design Center on Friday, March 2nd. The student-athletes will read to students from Kindergarten to the Fourth grade from 9:45 a.m. - 10:45 a.m. The TSU volleyball team will participate in the Glenn Enhanced Options Reading program from February 27th- March 1st. After Spring Break, the coaches and players from the volleyball team will begin the Preston Taylor Boys and Girls Club Tutoring/ Mentoring Program. The Tennessee State University student-athletes and coaches are dedicated to giving back and will continue to make their presence known in the community.