week donated enough food to Serve to make 570 meals for people in need.
collected more than 600 items, totaling about 420 pounds. The hall collecting
the most was Lambert Hall, which is the Alpha Chi Omega chapter house.
Thanksgiving luncheon Friday, resulting in another 440 pounds for Serve.
fortunate people in our community,” said Kathy Groves, director of human
resources and benefit services. “With more people in need due to the poor
economy, it is especially gratifying to share our bounty and help out during
Panhellenic Council and the Social Work Club.
The competition carried with it a chance to win a $50 gift card to
Panhellenic president, said. “I hope next year everyone gets even more excited
and helps out families who may need our help.”
said Devin Bain, president of the Social Work Club. “I was so impressed by the
amount of participation and look forward to having this continue in the
employees Shaun Speers (left) and Derik Martin load up some of the food donated
to Serve by WWU faculty and staff at their annual Thanksgiving luncheon Friday.
of the Social Work Club, and Brooke Thibodaux,
Panhellenic president, pack up the food donated by William Woods University