PULLMAN, Wash. — It takes a lot of people and equipment to make Cougar Pride Days possible. More importantly, says the event’s director, it takes personal commitment and dedication.
“There are many to thank,” said Ev Davis, who directs the event, which includes campus and city clean-up and beautification.
“For example, we have about 50 building captains. They work very hard and I give them a great amount of credit for the successful activities. Each of them help identify and nominate work to be done outside their building, sign-up and schedule volunteers to do the work, and coordinate tools and other things,” said Davis, who is also WSU Facilities Operations executive director.
“And, credit also goes to the hundreds of volunteer workers. We couldn’t do it without them.”
Cougar Pride Days kicks off during a ceremony set for 11 a.m. March 26, on the lawn west of Bryan Hall. The closing awards ceremony, held in front of Todd Hall on Terrell Mall, is set for noon, April 4.
For additional information, visit the www.wsu.edu/cougar-pride-days .