World’s Largest Hip-Hop Dance – Mission

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Who: EVERYONE! Our event is all about inclusion, regardless of ability or disability. We want to expand the involvement beyond just St. Francis, people within the community are invited to participate. Bernie the St. Bernard will be joining us.Register for Bernie Lean

 

What: We are setting a Guinness World Record for the largest number of people doing a Hip-Hop dance, using the song “Bernie Lean”. We will need 1,000 people to help us break this world record! Brandon Collofello, Kathleen Hayes, Allison Rhodes, and Chelsea Rimington have originated this event as a melding of an aspiring tradition of obtaining a Guinness World Record every year and the USF Saints Spreading Respects’ community involvement with Special Recreation agencies. From the merging of these two elements, we have formulated the basis of our event on respect for all facets of diversity as well as an emphasis on serving the local and international community. Our aim for this event is to encompass the Student Government Association and Saints Spreading Respect student organization in order to include a diverse group of student leaders and involvement.

 

When: Sunday, March 30th 2014, noon cst. (for roughly 30 minutes plus a celebration afterwards!)

 

Where: Joliet Memorial Stadium, Joliet, Il. (Directions)

 

Mission: The event seeks to and It is our mission to promote a deeper sense of respect for diversity by involving a diverse group of participants in this event, ranging from the special needs population to college and high school students. We have formulated the basis of our event on respect for all facets of diversity as well as an emphasis on serving the local and international community.

 

Goal: Our primary goal is to actualize our Franciscan values by spreading respect and building a strong community of individuals rooted in service for one another through love and charity. • Increase respect, diversity-awareness, service for others, and instill a greater sense of service and community among the direct USF community.