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NNU Serve Day cleans up Nampa

October 25, 2010, 3:27 pm
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Nampa received some TLC from over 150 NNU students this weekend. Thirty groups, comprised of students, faculty and staff, worked in the University District and beyond to demonstrate their care for the local community.
Within the University District, students spent time doing yard work for residents, cleaning up the canal between NNU and 12th Ave. Rd., and distributing energy-efficient light bulbs in exchange for canned foods to donate to a local shelter. Moving beyond the University District, groups worked at Sherman and Lincoln Elementary schools, South Middle and Nampa High schools. In addition, several groups visited Grace Assisted Living and Sunny Ridge Rehab & Retirement Centers for rousing games of bingo.

To learn more about how NNU is becoming involved with the University District that is home to 5,300 residents, over 60 businesses, five congregations and several non-profits and educational institutions, contact Hollie Lindner at marketing@nnu.edu.
Photo Caption: Pictured from left to right; NNU students Kelly Cook, Scott Christianson, Megan Leis, Carole Duryea and Beth Pe


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