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Community Service Project



Each semester, members of Clinton's Alpha Pi Tau chapter of Phi Theta Kappa conduct a Community Service Project benefitting local agencies. The Fall 2017 semester project supported the Joint Council for Economic Opportunity (JCEO) and the Journey Into Reading program at Champlain Centre Mall. 117 individual non-perishable food items were collected for the food bank, along with $176.64 in monetary donations. 223 new and gently used books for children newborn to age 14 were collected for the reading program which sets up each Thursday from 4pm - 6pm at Champlain Center Mall. Below are links for each agency as well as photos of our members presenting items collected to representatives of the respective agencies.

Fall 2017Community Service Projects

Joint Council for Economic Opportunity
JCEO Check Presentation
        

Pictured above presenting check for $176.64 (and not shown - over 110 non-perishable food items!):

 JCEO Representative 
 PTK President, Jessica Rigby
 PTK Vice-President & Secretary, Carleen Provost
 
 https://www.jceo.org/

Journey Into Reading
  

One of our chapter advisors and two officers presented 223 new and gently used books to the Director of the Journey Into Reading Program, held at Champlain Centre Mall. Thank you Advisor Deborah Jolicoeur, PTK President Jessica Rigby and PTK Vice-President/Secretary Carleen Provost.
                                               
  http://journeyintoreading.org/faq.html 


In addition, we also raised $125 through a campus plant sale. PTK members, advisors, and family and friends participated in the Alzheimer's Walk to Remember where we donated the money raised.

We are proud to support our local community and would like to thank everyone who has participated in our numerous events. Your generosity and participation have enabled us to contribute to many worthy and deserving organizations.