Gymnasts Bond at Robinson Film Center
Monday, November 16, 2009
SHREVEPORT-The Centenary gymnastics team has been hard at work in preseason preparation, but regardless of their time commitment in the gym, the Ladies always find time to help out when an event calls. 

Most recently, the Ladies volunteered at the Robinson Film Center. With hopes of extending the film center to include a school to teach eager locals about film and film making, a Gala was held to raise money.

Centenary gymnasts helped set up for the event, as well as took the time to handle a variety of tasks including door greeters, serving food, and cleaning dishes.

The Ladies have continued to support the community of Shreveport/Bossier since the beginning of the school year.

"As a team, we all enjoy doing our part in the community," said Centenary gymnast Laura Loy.

"It is a way for us to be positive role models for others. Volunteering is also a great way for us to spend time together and bond with our teammates."

This volunteer event is one of several that Centenary student-athletes have been involved with this semester. The Ladies and Gents of each athletic team represent more than just a student-athlete on campus-they represent members of a valued and supportive community.

The Ladies will open their season on January 16 when they host Texas Women's University at 7:00 pm in the Gold Dome.