University of South Alabama President, Board of Trustees and Executive Leadership Take Service on the Road

Posted on December 18, 2014
Joy Washington

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Dr. Julee Waldrop, right, and Debbie Shumock were part of a USA delegation that volunteered at the Montgomery Area Food Bank on Friday, Dec. 19. The group helped prepare food for distribution.

View photos of USA volunteers working at the Montgomery Area Food Bank.

 As University of South Alabama Jaguars Head Football Coach Joey Jones, his coaching staff and players prepare for the 2014 Raycom Media Camellia Bowl in Montgomery, Ala., President Tony Waldrop, along with members of the University’s Board of Trustees and the executive administration, will help in the fight against hunger by volunteering at the Montgomery Area Food Bank on Friday, Dec. 19, from 2 p.m.-4 p.m.

The USA volunteers, along with University mascot Southpaw, will help prepare food for distribution at the warehouse in Montgomery, at 521 Trade Center St.  A bus will pick up Waldrop and the other USA volunteers at 1:45 p.m. from the Embassy Suites in Montgomery. They will be dressed in USA athletic jerseys.

“I am pleased that the University of South Alabama not only has the opportunity to play in our first bowl game,” Waldrop said, “but also that we have the opportunity to continue our USA mission of service to the community by giving our time to help prepare food for families in need during the holiday season.”    

Earlier this year, during the first USA National Alumni Association’s “JaguarsCare” day of service event, USA faculty, staff, alumni and students volunteered and prepared food for distribution at the Mobile Bay Area Food Bank.

For more details about supporting the Montgomery Area Food Bank, visit or the Mobile Bay Area Food Bank at

For more information about the 2014 Raycom Media Camellia Bowl with the USA theme “Mission: Montgomery,” to be held on Saturday, Dec. 20, at the Cramton Bowl in Montgomery, visit

 The University of South Alabama, a diverse and vibrant public university, is making a difference in the lives of the people of Alabama and the nation through teaching, research, service, and health care. Currently, the University has enrolled 16,055 students, has awarded 80,350 degrees, will treat 250,000 patients annually and has a $3 billion annual economic impact.

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