Southeastern Student Government Association to lead community service project

Monday, October 2, 2017
by: Tonya Lowentritt

     HAMMOND – Southeastern Louisiana University’s Student Government Association is conducting a community service project during Homecoming Week, Oct. 1 – 7, to benefit recent hurricane relief efforts.  
     “The Southeastern Student Government Association is working with our University of Louisiana System sister institutions to help the thousands in Florida, Texas and Puerto Rico who have been affected by these tragedies,” said SGA President Seth Leto. “As Southeastern students and as Lions, it is the least we can do to help our neighbors in need, especially with so many of our own Lion family having experienced loss themselves from past hurricanes and flooding.”
     To help those affected by the hurricanes, SGA is seeking the following items: brooms, masks, totes, shovels, box cutters, gloves, water, bleach, paper towels, garbage bags, tarps, and sponges.
     Community members can donate hurricane relief items to the Office of Student Engagement, located in Student Union, room 2307, or at the following Homecoming Week events: Homecoming Kickoff, The Black Family Reunion, Movie Night, Gumba Ya Ya, Minute to Win It, and the Lip Sync contest. For a complete list of event locations and times, please go to
     For more information, contact SGA at 985-549-2296.

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