Category Archives: Community Service

Students, Faculty and Staff Approach End of Semester with Focus on Service

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Over the past few days, staff members have given various items to the Center for Faith and Service’s toy drive for S.E.R.V.E. The toy drive will remain open until 9 p.m. Dec. 12.  PHOTO COURTESY OF MAEBA JONAS.

BY JIM MALVEN
ASSISTANT EDITOR 

When Lori Anderson, Westminster’s student information coordinator, celebrated her birthday last Wednesday, she did not get traditional gifts. Instead, she received what she had requested: nonperishable food items, which she then donated to the Westminster Blue Jay Food Pantry the following day.
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Students Kick Off Homecoming Week by Volunteering for Into the Streets

Volunteers gathered at Latshaw Plaza at 11:30 a.m. to sign in and get donuts and muffins before heading to their service locations. PHOTO BY JIM MALVEN.

BY JIM MALVEN

ASSISTANT EDITOR 

Students performed community service at various sites throughout Fulton Saturday afternoon for Into the Streets, Westminster’s annual day of service and the unofficial start of Homecoming Week.

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Rev. Martin Luther King, Jr. Day of Service at Westminster

Emerson Fellow for Leadership and Service, Kari Lenz, receiving a citation of service on the behalf of Westminster College from Representative Travis Fitzwater (R-49) of the Missouri State House of Representative’s 49th District. Lenz received the citation at the beginning of Westminster’s annual Martin Luther King Day of Service Event, when Westminster College students packed bags of food to be distributed by SERVE to underprivileged and food insecure children in the area.

Emerson Fellow for Leadership and Service, Kari Lenz, receiving a citation of service on the behalf of Westminster College from Representative Travis Fitzwater (R-49) of the Missouri State House of Representative’s 49th District. Lenz received the citation at the beginning of Westminster’s annual Martin Luther King Day of Service Event, when Westminster College students packed bags of food to be distributed by SERVE to underprivileged and food insecure children in the area. PHOTO BY SAWYER YOUNG