Gymnasts Volunteer At Local Retirement Homes
AUBURNTIGERSDOTCOM Karmen Pinckney takes time out of her bingo game for a picture.
AUBURNTIGERSDOTCOM
Karmen Pinckney takes time out of her bingo game for a picture.
AUBURNTIGERSDOTCOM

Jan. 10, 2007

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AUBURN -

The Auburn University gymnastics team took an afternoon off to visit two local retirement homes, Azalea Place and Monarch Estates, on Wednesday.

The girls handed out posters and signed autographs, while also enjoying games of bingo and a few laughs with the residents. 

"I was excited to have an opportunity to spend some quality time here today," sophomore A.J. Mills said.  "Doing community service is very important to the entire gymnastics team, and it is something we really enjoy."

No. 20 Auburn will open up the home portion of its 2007 schedule against NC State at 7 p.m. on Friday at Beard-Eaves-Memorial Coliseum.  The first 500 fans will recieve a free mini glitter lamp.