Winter 2010: Register

Emory alumni cleaning up woodland

A cleanup of Franklin Canyon Park outside Los Angeles

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Caring, Emory Style

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The seventh annual celebration of Emory Cares International Service Day was the largest ever, drawing more than 1,400 Emory volunteers in forty cities in nine countries on five continents. Service projects included (clockwise from near right) a visit to the Boys and Girls Club of Philadelphia, a cleanup of Franklin Canyon Park outside Los Angeles, a Habitat for Humanity build in West Palm Beach, a day in New York’s Father’s Heart Soup Kitchen, and a pasta drive for Istituto Padre Beccaro in Milan, Italy.

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Winter 2010

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