TPC Golf Club invites ROTC for community service

By: Emily Johnson
Bark! Voice of the Bulldogs
Editor in Chief

Every year, TPC will invite Centennial’s ROTC program to do community service at their location.
TPC at Summerlin is a private golf club located within the community of Summerlin in Las Vegas. TPC has been open for 30 years, designed by Bobby Weed with a total of 18 holes. On an annual basis, the club will invite ROTC to help fill divots and cover holes so that they can prepare for their competition.
Cadets who want to volunteer to help will sign up by writing down their name and number so they may be contacted by their senior leadership if needed.
The community service lasts two days, and while there is a lot of hard work involved, cadets also get to have fun by driving others around in golf carts and conversing amongst each other during their breaks. These community services not only give these students experience and service hours, but it also allows them to build relationships with their fellow peers and enjoy the fun parts of ROTC.
This community service is not the only one that students are able to do. In fact, there are multiple throughout the year that they can partake in. An especially popular one is the gymnastics community service, especially since everyone is together and it allows everyone to become closer.
Overall, community services such as this one are a great way to give cadets in ROTC a chance to work hard, as well as play hard. They not only get to show off their professionalism and skills, but they also get to make new friendships along the way. For most, it is a great experience, and definitely worth their time.