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SRU COACHES WILL TRADE PLAYBOOKS FOR
TO RAISE MONEY FOR SPRING SERVICE-LEARNING
SLIPPERY ROCK, Pa. –Four Slippery Rock
University coaches will turn their playbooks in for menus as they
become the Wolf Creek School Café wait staff Feb. 26 helping
raise funds to support “Care Break 2003,” a program
that will offer community service in five cities across the nation
over spring break.
coach/wait staff will be part of the “Dynamite Dinner”
project sponsored by SRU’s Institute for Community,
Service-Learning and Nonprofit Leadership. Tips earned will go
toward defraying costs for some 65 students taking part in the
institute’s annual community-service project trips in March.
This year’s projects will be launched in San Francisco,
Phoenix, Atlanta, East St. Louis and Memphis in
dinner will be held from 4:30 to 8:30 p.m. Reservations may be made
directly with the café.
serving as waiters and waitresses include Vic Campagna, football
offensive coordinator, John Foster, football defensive coordinator,
Noreen Herlihy, woman’s soccer head coach, and John M. Papa,
head track and cross country coach.
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