Unwanted items may be donated during finals

The Retired & Senior Volunteer Program (RSVP) partnered with Northwest Community Action Partnership to set up trailers for donations.
Trailers will be placed outside residence halls during move out week near where the dumpsters are. Items for donation should be in good or working condition.
“My inner hippie just wants you to know that every time you throw away a good piece of furniture or perfectly good appliance, a woodland fairy dies someplace,” Deena Kennell said.
The items will be given to Catholic Ladies Rummage Sale and senior center for them to resell. Volunteers will be there from 10 a.m.-8 p.m., Tuesday through Friday next week to collect donations.
In another matter, Isaac Langan, 21, junior of McCook was elected to the position of Vice Chair of Finance.
Nominations for the 2018-19 school year’s CAB Executive Board were closed at the end of the meeting, and are set to reopen at first meeting next
semester to fill the position of Vice Chair of
Public Relations.
As of right now, the CAB Cricut has been
ordered and will be housed in the purple student lounge room located in the basement of the library.
“The Cricut will also be in the library so it can be monitored as to who is using it and what not. So, if it does get broken we know who is responsible,” Tierra Snyder, said.
Clubs will be responsible for purchasing their own materials to use in the, but will not be charged for each use of the machine.

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