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LVC Student Organizations “Show Their Love” this Valentine’s Day
02.11.13 |

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Lebanon Valley College students are deeply rooted in community service. In fact, in the fall 2012 semester, 8,391 hours of students’ time was willingly surrendered in the name of community service.

This Valentine’s Day, four student organizations pledge to “Show Their Love” to the community with your support—all it takes is the click of a mouse! Voting starts Monday, February 11 and ends Thursday, February 14.

There are four photos on the LVC Facebook page with the stipulations for service. [CLICK HERE.] When the photos receive 100 likes, the organization will complete the named service project. At 250 likes, they will complete even more than they originally intended!

The Women’s Rugby Team is excited to volunteer their time at the local Humane Society. And at 250 likes, they will give happiness to the animals there by donating toys and food.

Student Alumni Association is pledging time by showing their love to the elderly. At 100 likes, they will host a game of BINGO at a local retirement home. At 250 likes, they will also provide prizes for the residents.

Student Government had 55 hours of community service last semester, and they are striving to do more this semester. They, too, have offered to lend a helping hand at a retirement community. At 100 likes, Student Government has vowed to help with landscaping and yard work. At 250 likes, they will also donate plants and flowers to the home.

Although MiniTHON is a fairly new student organization, they already served more than 576 hours during the fall semester. This Valentine’s Day, they want to create and deliver cards for sick children at the Penn State Hershey Children’s Hospital. At 250 likes, they will also provide the children with books and toys.

It’s a battle of community service – which group do you want to succeed? It’s OK to vote for all of them! Help these LVC student organizations show their love during this Valentine’s Day.

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