March 12, 2015 at 12:30pm

Millikin students help local community

Millikin University students took part in several service projects throughout the local community as part of Millikin's alternative spring break, March 10-13. The alternative spring break activities were organized through Millikin University's Career Center and AmeriCorps VISTA.
Students engaged in a different activity each day, such as helping serve food to Decatur residents at Northeast Community Fund, organizing and serving food at the AMELCA Food Pantry, cleaning the inside of the James Millikin Homestead, and helping set-up for a MobilePack at St. Paul's Lutheran Church for Feed My Starving Children.
Click here to read the Herald & Review's article on the service work Millikin students engaged in during this year's alternative spring break.