The first four hours of my community service was moving boxes and house hold items into a u-haul. I started at 10a.m. and finished at 2p.m. The most challenging part was moving a fully loaded tool box into the u-haul. It took four people and a dully to load it. The next five hours of my community service were at the 10th Hole Bar and Grill. My coach owns the restaurant and he needed a bus boy for the night so he gave me a call. I went in at 5 p.m. to 10 p.m. The most challenging part was clean up time, I was the last person in the kitchen washing dishes and straightening up. I felt like it took forever because the restaurant was packed the whole night. My last hour of community service was earned at my church. I volunteered to help with the mass by collecting the gifts and taking it up to the father. I believe these three different deeds helped me to be more responsible and it benefitted my community by getting an extra helping hand.