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Martin Luther King, Jr. - "MLK Day of Service"

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Description: The "MLK Day of Service" event will need 500-600 student volunteers to help make no-sew blankets, package diapers, create encouragement cards, make children mats for sitting and create sleeping mats for adults. In order to receive up to 10 hours, students must complete these tasks! Students must participate during the ENTIRE event! We will sign you in and out-no excuses for students having to leave sooner. You will earn hour per hour if you should leave prior to the event ending. We are asking for a $2.00 donation to support NCCU's Campus Garden or 4 canned goods of ravioli, spaghetti, tuna, or soup. Any other canned goods will not go towards your task but will be accepted as a donation to the pantry. Donations can be dropped off and receipted in the School of Nursing building rooms 3126, 3127 or 3131 prior to the event. If you donate and do not show up for this event, you will not receive any hours. On Tuesday, January 22, 2019, we will send you a Google Doc. so that you can reflect and let us know your experience. After completing all tasks, you can add 10 hours for our approval. A limited amount of tee shirts will be given to students who receive a ticket from our staff upon arrival. Doors open at 8:00 a.m.; registration begins at 8:30 a.m and end at 12:00 noon.  Please bring your student ID card. Dress comfortably for the occasion!

When: Monday, January 21, 2019 8:30 AM until 12:00 PM

Where: Walker Physical Education Complex [ G-Map Link ] Leroy Walker Complex Gymnasium

Contact Person: Assistant Director, Ruby S Messick

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