Black History Month -- MLK Day of Service -- Feb. 4

Wednesday, February 01, 2006
SNHU Communications Office

To kick off Black History Month, SNHU community volunteers will gather in Walker Auditorium on Sat. Feb. 4, at 8:45 a.m. to hear "Poverty, Hunger, Disease; What Can I Do? " a Transparency Series presentation by Okendow Lewis and Craig Sorvillo.

Volunteers will be transported by bus to the Manchester Food Bank and the Mental Health Center, which is all part of the afternoon's "MLK Day of Service" activities to honor the great civil rights leader. Volunteers will assist both nonprofit organizations in a day of service by lending a helping hand.
 
Participants will return to campus by 1:30 p.m. to receive free "Service for Peace" T-shirts and pizza.
 
The "MLK Day of Service" is open to the entire SNHU community. Please email Sarah Jacobs at s.jacobs@snhu.edu  for additional information.
 
The event is organized by Ithe International Business Association and is co-sponsored by Service for Peace, Office of Disability Services, Office of Service and Citizenship and NH Coalition for Citizens with Disabilities.

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