Two ways to give back this November
November represents a month of giving thanks by giving back. Here are two great ways to do just that at Quinlan.
- Lawrence Metzger Memorial Blood Drive: Monday, Nov. 11, 10:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m., Kasbeer Hall, Corboy Law Center.
Accounting Professor Lawrence Metzger (BBA’77) served the Loyola community for nearly 40 years. He died of pancreatic cancer in October 2012. Living with a rare blood type, Professor Metzger frequently talked about the importance of donating blood to help those who need it most.
Sign up to save a life at http://www.lifesource.org, using sponsor code 768. Follow the prompts to create your donor profile. For more information, contact Howard Knaizer of LifeSource at email@example.com. Appointments recommended. Walk-ins welcome. Free T-shirt for everyone who signs up.
- Quinlan Service Day: Saturday, Nov. 16, 8 a.m. to 2 p.m., St. Procopius School (1625 S. Allport St., Chicago, IL 60608).
Join Quinlan graduate and undergraduate students, faculty, and staff for a morning of community service. We will be cleaning classrooms at St. Procopius Elementary School, Chicago's only Catholic dual language school, located in Pilsen. Bus transportation from LSC and WTC campuses and lunch will be provided.
RSVP at LUC.edu/Quinlan/serviceday or contact Alex See at QuinlanEvents@LUC.edu. Free T-shirt to the first 40 who register.
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