More than 100 faculty, staff and students from Seton Hill participated in volunteer activities at nine locations during Seton Hill’s annual Labor of Love, Saturday of Service event. Coordinated by SHU Campus Ministry, Labor of Love has become a Seton Hill tradition of beginning the academic year with a day of local community service that brings both new and returning students together with faculty and staff to engage in the Seton Hill heritage and spirit of charity. Held this year on Saturday, September 15, Seton Hill volunteers visited with residents at Green Meadows Nursing Home, Penn Towers, and Redstone Highlands Nursing Home; performed beautification activities at Powdermill Nature Reserve, the Christian Layman Store, Seton Hill’s Grotto, and St. Emma’s Monastery; assisted with the YMCA 5-K Walk at Twin Lakes Park; and staffed a food distribution event for the Greater Pittsburgh Community Food Bank. This year’s Labor of love event finished up with a picnic on the McKenna Center lawn and a concert by the band Fort Pastor.