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January 22, 1998 - Image 20

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8B - The Michigan Daily Weeken'd Magazine -Thursday, January 22, 1998


The Michigan Daily Weeke

Clockwise from left:
Business junior Tricia
Ricci cleans toys at the
Ronald McDonald
House; Pryanka Mahoo
paints the basement of
a house for Habitat for
Humanity; a volunteer
for Knitwits gets ready
to sew a bedroll for the
homeless; Business
junior Karl Dietrich
cleans a toy castle at
the Ronald McDonald

Photostory by:


Louis Brown, Mallory


Floyd and John Kraft

Project SEF
entire Univ
the elderly,
and is free
the membe
Ann Arbor.
dents were
where they
Humanity, t

RVE is an organization composed entirely of University students whose work benefits the
ersity community. SERVE envisions a more just and peaceful society that values children and
provides a quality education and health care to all people equally, protects the environment,
of violence, hunger, homelessness, AIDS, poverty and racism. Although these are lofty goals,
rs of SERVE do their best to ensure that these goals are met through relentless service in
Monday's observance of Martin Luther King, Jr. Day was no exception. While University stu-
still asleep, SERVE members were visiting sites all around the greater Ann Arbor area,
donated their time and energy to projects ranging from refurbishing a house with Habitat for
:o knitting mittens and scarves for the homeless.

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