Archive for the ‘Community Service’ Category.

Dustin Adams ’13 Named President of Northeast Berks Chamber of Commerce

Dustin Adams ’13, computer & data science and mathematics, was named president of the Northeast Berks Chamber of Commerce, Kutztown. Adams, who owns an Edward Jones branch, has been active in the chamber, including as a director and member of several committees and task forces.

 

 

Men’s Ice Hockey Team Recognized by CBS 21 for Service

Members of the College’s men’s ice hockey team volunteered to help Annville Police patrol the town’s streets on trick-or-treat night this year. The local CBS affiliate acknowledged this service and the guidance of Don Parsons, head coach.

Joe Bennett ’15 Featured as “Man of Valor”

Joe Bennett ’15, accounting, was featured in a story, “Growing up without parents, Paterson brothers turned to church dancing,” Oct. 26. Bennett is a member of the “Men of Valor,” a ministry of dance comprised of members of the Community Baptist Church of Love in Paterson, N.J.

 

Football Team Recognized for Community Service

The LVC football team—a record 129 strong—and a dozen coaches spent a recent Sunday helping clean up the area near Stoever’s Dam in Lebanon at the suggestion of Mayor Sherry Capello. Led by Head Coach Joe Buehler ’89, the student-athletes and coaches cleared a popular hiking trail, made some minor repairs on a bridge, and even helped push a work truck out of the mud.

Students Volunteer in Puerto Rico

For the fourth consecutive year, LVC students and faculty participated in a long-distance service learning trip, this year to Puerto Rico. A dozen students, accompanied by Dr. Ivette-Guzman Zavala, associate professor of Spanish, and Rev. Dr. Paul Fullmer, former director of service and volunteerism, volunteered at Villas del Pelegrino (a retirement community), Hogar la Piedad (a center for victims of domestic violence), and Esculea Luiz Munoz Marin (an elementary school) according to the Standard-Speaker.