November 10, 2003: Headlines: COS - Mauritania: Speaking Out: Iraq: James Madison University: Student Government Association collecting Aid for Arson victim Mauritania RPCV Cindy Hunter and her family

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Student Government Association collecting Aid for Arson victim Mauritania RPCV Cindy Hunter and her family

Student Government Association collecting Aid for Arson victim Mauritania RPCV Cindy Hunter and her family

Student Government Association collecting Aid for Arson victim Mauritania RPCV Cindy Hunter and her family

SGA COLLECTING AID FOR ARSON VICTIM


From: Student Government Association
November 10, 2003

The Student Government Association will be collecting funds to aid JMU social work instructor Cindy Hunter, whose home and family suffered at the hands of an arsonist in October.

Students and faculty can drop donations off in the SGA office at anytime throughout the week, or at the SGA's table on the Commons from 11 a.m. until 1 p.m. Wednesday, Nov. 12.

The SGA would like to encourage people to come together and give charitably to this member of the JMU community.

The SGA is an active student organization whose members strive to serve, inform, educate and represent the entire community at James Madison University.

For more information on the JMU Student Government Association, visit the new Web site at sga.jmu.edu or call the main office at (540)568-6376.



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