ASUNM Community Experience (TCE)  hosts its 12th annual campus clean up event, Fall Frenzy 2014, on Friday, Sept. 19. Fall Frenzy takes place every year before the homecoming football game as an effort to help beautify the campus before the weekend festivities.

TCE has a number of campus projects planned for the day that range from recycling and trash pick up to flower planting. According to TCE, the two biggest projects are putting in fresh mulch in the grassy area around Hodgin Hall and laying fresh gravel around the track at Johnson Field.

Check-in for Fall Frenzy is at 9 a.m. at the Cactus Garden across from the Duck Pond by Zimmerman Library. There, participants will be assigned to their various community service projects, t-shirts will be distributed and breakfast will be available.

Following check-in, from 10 a.m. - 1 p.m., participants will report to various sites around UNM for their volunteer projects. After the hard work is done, participants are invited to join a celebration picnic located in the tree grove, northwest of Zimmerman Library, near the Duck Pond. Free lunch, games, prizes and a raffle drawing will all be part of the fun for the volunteers.

TCE is excited to host Fall Frenzy again and expects an attendance of 200 - 300 people, based on previous years’ turnouts. Lluvia Treviza, of TCE said, “Fall Frenzy is a day where the UNM community can get together and show that the Lobos really care about their campus and school. It’s an experience for everyone involved to have fun while doing a great thing for their community.”

To sign up to volunteer or for more information, visit: Fall Frenzy or call TCE at 277-0106.