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RAs Sponsoring ‘Building a Community’ Service Project Saturday


Anthony Grubbs among community-minded RAs involved in service project Recently, Residence Life sponsored a test run of a community-service projectthat will benefit the residents of Campus View Apartments and The Village Apartments. Resident Assistants Anthony Grubbs, Benaiah Tucci, Kaitlyn Charmbury and Louis Rizzo III spent a weekend refining, designing and building a model picnic table. Each of those student leaders in teams will sponsor a picnic table-building event in the Campus View and The Village courtyards Saturday. Residence Life hopes to get as many students (as well as faculty and staff) involved with this “Building a Community” project,which will begin at 11 a.m. at Campus View and at noon at The Village. ” The message issimple: to create an environment where we can benefit the community and change our own lives in the process,” said Rick Surita, director of residence life. “I guess you could say that these RAs are a group of individuals looking to make a difference.” ( Photo by Kaitlyn Charmbury)

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