When it isn’t convenient to go to the Fresh, cooking in the residence halls is often a great alternative. First-floor residents of Luckyday Citizenship Hall share some of the snacks and meals they make in their kitchen.
On January 21, 2017, a tornado came through Hattiesburg and Petal. Wanting to help those in the community, ladies living in Luckyday Citizenship Hall didn’t have to look very far to find someone to help.
Early morning workouts, breakfast before most students even wake up, and motivating old and new friends: This is the current life of many girls on the first floor of Luckyday Citizenship Hall. These participants in this year’s fitness challenge are destined to gain in many ways by the end of the challenge, including not only muscles but deeper relationships and confidence through their shared goals.
-by Danielle Parks “Luckyday is more than a scholarship, it’s a family.” As a Luckyday alum, this statement stands true in my heart. When I first became a Luckyday Scholar, I thought I was only gaining money to help pay for my education. I did not realize I would gain a family that would forever…