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28 September 2010
SLCC S.O.A.P. 1st Club meeting
What? SLCC S.O.A.P. (Student Orphan Aid Program) is devoted to the aid and advancement of educational opportunities for orphans and individuals through volunteer services within our local community.
Come to the first club meeting and be a member! The meeting will build the foundation for the rest of the year by planning the types of events and service projects we will do to help sponsor
orphans. The group needs your help; please attend.
Remember, being involved in this club will not only benefit you through fun experiences and leadership opportunities, but you will greatly bless the lives of the less fortunate. We are blessed people, so now is the time for us to reach out and bless someone else. This will be a great experience for all.
When? Friday, October 8th 1:00 - 2:15 pm
Where? Student Center, Lower Level, Parlor A
For more information, contact: Dut Bior firstname.lastname@example.org
posted by Thayne Center SLCC