GSAA Students Learn About Serving Others at Boise AMEN Clinic
Students and staff from Gem State Adventist Academy (GSAA) volunteered each day during the Boise AMEN Clinic at Expo Idaho, September 12-14. The clinic provided medical, dental, vision and other services to over 1,400 patients. Hundreds of volunteers helped provide services, including some of GSAA’s own alumni, Dr. Victor Cook and Dr. Todd Spainhower.
The GSAA staff and students assembled and distributed food boxes from the Idaho Food Bank, escorted patients to the different medical stations, provided child care, translated for non-English speaking patients, and helped register people. In addition, the GSAA handbell choir performed for patients waiting to get into the clinic.
The picture shows the GSAA students assembling and distributing food boxes to those attending the AMEN clinic.