Monday Mission, 3/21/2011
Last year, many of our students participated in Omicron Delta Kappa's Samford Day of Service, with many groups choosing to make special use of their education. For example, several members of the Samford Spanish Club, along with a few professors, used their language skills to translate at an area Hispanic medical clinic. There, they helped dental patients complete paperwork and be comfortable while awaiting their appointments, and translated for the medical staff. Other groups served wherever the need happened to be. On April 2, ODK and the Community Service Council will present Samford Gives Back. Members of the faculty and staff are invited to join this important cause. Please sign up in the food court on March 28-29, or contact Stephen Bailey at email@example.com.
The world is better because Samford people are in touch with the needs of the world.
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