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A Day of Service

January 30, 2017

Communications Staff

Ninde Scholars assemble gift bags for high school teachers and to spruce up elementary classrooms
Photo credit: Dale Preston '83

Oberlin students in the Ninde Scholars Program joined others to assemble gift bags for high school teachers and to spruce up elementary classrooms. This volunteer endeavor is part of the annual Martin Luther King Jr. Day of Service, coordinated by the Office of Community and Government Relations. The event honors the legacy of civil rights icon Martin Luther King Jr. and took place on Monday, January 16

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