LCSC Annual Day of Service
January 20 @ 2:00 pm - 8:00 pm PST
LEWISTON, Idaho – The Lewis-Clark Valley Martin Luther King Jr. and Idaho Human Rights Day of Service, coordinated by Lewis-Clark State personnel and community members, will take place on Jan. 20, starting at 2 p.m. The annual event, now in its 30th year, has volunteers perform a variety of pre-determined community service projects
This year, volunteers are asked to sign up the day of the event at the LC State Center for Arts & History (415 Main St. in Lewiston)
2:30-4:30pm Volunteer Projects
5:00pm Volunteers invited to informal community meal at LC Center for Arts & History
5:30pm Candlelight Walk to the Lewiston YWCA (300 Main St)
6:00pm YWCA Welcome, Report, Volunteer Day Slideshow, Panel Discussion followed by Human Rights presentation and dramatic readings by LCSC theater students.
LC State support for the program includes the president’s and provost’s offices, the Social Sciences and Humanities divisions, CAH, LC Work Scholars, Faculty Association, International Programs, Institutional Development Fund, Native American Club, Native American, Minority and Veterans’ Services, Professional Staff Organization, Student Government (ASLCSC), and LC Service Corps. Also supporting the event are the Corporation for National and Community Service, Fourth Wall Gallery, IdaVend Broadcasting, Lewiston Baha’is, Lewiston Tribune, Colleen Mahoney, Nez Perce County Democrats, St. Gertrude’s Monastery, Sodexo, Washington-Idaho Volunteer Center, and the YWCA of Lewiston-Clarkston.
For more information on the event, contact the YWCA at 208-743-1535.