American Women Who Volunteered To Serve During The Vietnam War Through The Red Cross
"Donut Dollies" at An Khe 1st Platoon 1968. This is the story of a group of amazing American women who volunteered to serve during the Vietnam War through the Red Cross as part of a program called Supplemental Recreation Activities Overseas (SRAO), better known by our brave military men as “The Donut Dollies.” Armed with nothing but cookies and home-made entertainment programs, the Donut Dollies risked their lives every day as they tried to fulfill their mission and cheer up the US troops. Despite their service and sacrifice, their stories and contributions in Vietnam have gone largely unnoticed and unappreciated. Photo by Bill Moore, Company B, 1/7 Cavalry
The Bruin Campus Cupboard is a food pantry for any Salt Lake Community College student in need. Students just need to stop by during operating hours with a SLCC student ID and they can receive up to two bags of food or hygiene items once every thirty days. Located at South City Campus in Room 2-152. This series of shows the pantry as well as some of the volunteers that help keep the Bruin Campus Cupboard running.
Color photographs of the 2015 Martin Luther King Jr. Day Awards, a ceremony were awards are given to people and organization in the SLCC community. In attendance are Deneece Huftalin, John McCormick, Roderick Land and Reverend Fance A. Davis. Awardees are Dr. Geoffrey R. Brugger, Professor Karen Killinger, James Lawson and Salt Lake Neighborworks.