DWU students lead Care Drive for Mitchell Area Safehouse

Tuesday, March 4, 2014

Students in the Leadership and Public Service course at Dakota Wesleyan University are leading a Care Drive for the Mitchell Area Safehouse.

Personal care items are being collected March 1-31 and will be donated to the safehouse. Items in need include: toilet paper, toothbrushes, combs, shampoo, soup, etc. Drop-off boxes are located at Walgreens, K-mart and in the McGovern Library on DWU’s campus.

The students are also leading a 50/50 raffle for the safehouse. Tickets are $1 per ticket, or six for $5 and a winner will be drawn on March 31. Tickets may be purchased through the Mitchell Area Safehouse or through student Lori Goldammer, Mitchell, 605-630-8931 or  lori.goldammer.11@dwu.edu.

The following students are also members of the Mitchell Area Safehouse Care Drive: Paige TeGantvoort, Brandt; Cheyenne Durant, Platte; and Jess Muller, Platte.

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