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Wednesday, November 13, 2002
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SGA aids Alpha Phi Omega so it can attend a national service retreat

The House of Student Representatives passed a bill Tuesday night allocating $1,500 to Alpha Phi Omega, a campus service organization, so it can attend a national retreat in New Orleans.

The bill passed in a voice vote with 19 supporting the bill, one person against it and four abstentions.

Emily Heine, Alpha Phi Omega secretary, told SGA members that the retreat is an ideal time to expand leadership skills.

“Members that go to the retreat will learn leadership skills through organizing volunteers,” said Heine, a junior deaf education major. “They will also learn ways to improve the organization as a whole.”

The total cost of the retreat is approximately $4,000, Heine said. She also said any member of the service organization can attend the retreat.

— Emily Turner


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