KU Students Offer Community Service Over Spring Break
March 11, 2014
KUTZTOWN, Pa. - Thirty-two Kutztown University students will participate in community service March 15 - 23 as part of Alternative Spring Break. Students will spend their week doing service projects in five communities on the east coast. Students will assist with construction of homes for Habitat for Humanity in Maryville, Va., New Bern, N.C., Marion, S.C., and Morgantown, W.Va. Students will also assist with environmental cleanup projects at Virginia State Park, Cape Charles, Va.
Kutztown University students participating include:
Neesa Dartouzos of Bethlehem, Pa.
Lauren McDonagh of Quakertown, Pa.
Corinne McGourney of Quakertown, Pa.
Diedra Pile of Stroudsburg, Pa.
Amanda Bowden of Brookhaven, Pa.
Briana Yurasits of Lehighton, Pa.
Erin Joyce of Broomall, Pa.
Kalyn Frobese of Chalfont, Pa.
Rachel Mueller of Schuylkill Haven, Pa.
Emily Curley of Washington, N.J.
Emily Schaeffer of York, Pa.
Kristen Pfeiffenberger of Jermyn, Pa.
Kayla Philhower of Stroudsburg, Pa.
Maria Petrillo of Scranton, Pa.
Nija Debose of Philadelphia, Pa.
Omar Pagan of Allentown, Pa.
Reginald Coleman of Philadelphia, Pa.
Samantha Vecchio of Holmes, Pa.
Tisania Currie of Philadelphia, Pa.
Alyssa Golden of Allentown, Pa.
Erin Orth of Philadelphia, Pa.
Gladys Nieves of Reading, Pa.
Kaitlyn Piekarski of Lehighton, Pa.
Zachary Kondracki of Sinking Spring, Pa.
Angeliqua Hernandez of Reading, Pa.
Casey Boyer of Boyertown, Pa.
Courtney Tocci of West Chester, Pa.
Elizabeth Geisinger of Kutztown, Pa.
Megan Soucy of Basking Ridge, N.J.
Olivia Miller of New Hope, Pa.
Paul Nies of Downingtown, Pa.
Nicole Yencho of Blakely, Pa.