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Volunteers sought for National Day of Service, Remembrance

PULLMAN, Wash. – The WSU Center for Civic Engagement is inviting students, faculty and staff to continue the national commitment to service by giving their time to community service on this National Day of Service and Remembrance. 

The CCE will be offering service projects at the Avalon Care Center, Whitman County Humane Society, and Bishop Place, as well as projects with the City of Pullman and the City of Albion. These projects are open to WSU students and employees, and transportation is available for WSU students. To learn more about the 9/11 projects offered through the CCE, visit cce.wsu.edu. 

Contact:
Erin McIlraith, WSU Center for Civic Engagement, 509-335-0578, emcilraith@wsu.edu

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