Southeastern News

Students take part in MLK Day of Service community projects

DURANT, Okla. – Although spring classes don’t start until Tuesday, some 130 Southeastern Oklahoma State University students were up early Monday to participate in the Dr. Martin Luther King Day of Service activities.

The volunteers — including, students, faculty, and staff representing 19 student organizations and nine departments  across campus —  contributed to the following community service projects:

St. Catherine’s Food Bank – Sorted  food and made to-go bags

Durant Boys and Girls Club — Cleaned, assembled, and moved furniture

Durant Main St. – Worked on downtown window display projects

Southeastern  Physical Plant – Assisted with work on campus beautification projects

 

Students assemble food bags a St. Catherine’s Food Bank as part of the Martin Luther King Day of Service.

Students assemble food bags a St. Catherine’s Food Bank as part of the Martin Luther King Day of Service.

Southeastern students work Monday morning at the Durant Boys and Girls Club.

Southeastern students work Monday morning at the Durant Boys and Girls Club.