November, 22 2017
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Thrift sale to benefit treatment center
The Utah Valley State College Center for Service and Learning will hold their annual clothing thrift sale to raise funds for the Utah Family Support and Treatment Center Feb. 16-17 from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. in the UVSC Hall of Flags.
"The exciting thing about this event is that it is completely student driven," said Alexis Palmer, coordinator for the UVSC Center for Service and Learning. "The student leaders decide on a local nonprofit organization with desperate financial needs and then organize the entire sale."
Clothes may be donated at the Sorenson Student Center SC 101.
Calendar sales to benefit Russian orphans
To raise money for a new school, children from various orphanages in Kostroma region, Russia, have donated their artwork for a 2005 calendar now on sale through the Utah Valley State College Utah-Russia Institute.
Project "Resurrection" will involve college students from UVSC and BYU who will spend this summer in Russia restoring and building an orphanage and school for children in the Kostroma Region.
LECTURE: Dr. Nicole Hawkins, Center for Change, "Media and the Body Image," presents issues dealing with the role of media and its influence on body image and self-esteem. Free workshop, noon, UVSC Sorensen Student Center SC206a.
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