In November 2011, I was approached by my former student and current student worker in the Grant Office at MSSU. Jessica Waldo asked if I would be interested in considering a community art project during the celebration of MLK's Day of Service the first week of classes in January 2012. Jessica is a phenomenal, so I said yes and began discussions with her and Rikki Smith, Service Learning Coordinator in the Grants Office at MSSU. Rikki gave me the green light and the time frame: 9am-2pm on one day. Set-up: student union hallway. With Jessica's faithful assistance, we determined to utilize a projection of an MLK photo. Students passing by were encouraged to trace their own hand onto construction paper, cut them out, and attach them to large sheets of white plastic, creating a giant collaborative collage over the 5 hour time period. The piece was the backdrop for the reflection ceremony at the end of the week and will hopefully end up on public display on campus.