Groundbreaking; Habitat For Humanity Sustainable House
David Vincent and Kim Rothstein are two of about 30 SLCC students who are helping with this Habitat for Humanity home which is Environmentally sustainable. Digitization completed with funds from a 2017 USHRAB (Utah State Historical Records Advisory Board) Grant that was awarded to Salt Lake Community College, Library Services.
Salt Lake Community College Veterans Services conducts an annual Valentines for Veterans program to deliver greetings and treats to veterans and active duty service members all over the world. “It is a small way that we can reach out and let our military men and women know we care,” says Veterans Services specialist Diane Bates. For several years, Veterans Services has teamed up with the non-profit group “Angels in Action,” as well as local schools and churches to hand make valentines and treats for delivery to vets at the VA hospitals, VA nursing homes and VA homeless shelters. Deployed service members also receive valentines from the group. For a dollar donation, students and faculty can write a personal valentine message or purchase a pre-made “Angels in Action” valentine at booths in various locations on the SLCC campuses.
Veterans' organizations, Veterans, military deployment, Valentines, national holidays, Holidays, Military life, Nursing homes, Homeless persons, nonprofit organizations, Community service
SLCC Student Newspapers 2021-06-30
The Globe, June 30, 2021, Online Edition
critical race theory, Public opinion, nonprofit organizations, local government, local politics, politics, Politics & government, Education, educating, Black Lives Matter (BLM), letters, Ethnic diversity, diversity, Students, Salt Lake Community College, African Americans, racism, Racial inequality, Racial equality, multiculturalism, Zoom