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by Jodie LeMaster
Webmaster

STATE COLLEGE — As part the South Hills School of Business & Technology’s long-standing tradition of community service, students at all three South Hills campuses have been actively participating in a number of special activities, charitable collections, and fundraisers throughout the holiday season.

The Phi Beta Lambda (PBL) Club at the State College main campus, shown in the first photo above, collected donations for this year’s Toys for Tots campaign.

The second photo was taken at the Altoona campus and depicts members of the Health Careers Club with the donation of toys they collected just before they were delivered to Family Services of Altoona.

The third photo shows members of the Circle K Club at our Lewistown location with some of the toys they collected for donation to the Huntingdon Salvation Army. A recent fire destroyed all of the food, clothing, and toys that were intended to benefit over 200 families in the community through the Salvation Army’s annual Christmas distribution.

The last photo was taken at a Christmas party hosted by the Criminal Justice program’s Community Outreach & Public Service (C.O.P.S.) Club at our main campus in State College. Members purchased gifts to help “Santa” surprise 17 deserving youngsters at the event which also featured lots of food and festive arts & crafts projects.

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