The Tribune-Star published an article today detailing the Pi Kappa Alpha associates' community service project. Through Habitat for Humanity, the associates worked on a Saturday morning in the bitter cold to raise the walls of a new house. The house, located at 2230 Chase Street, will soon be the new home of Jennifer Clark and her two sons, John and Isaac. Educator Peter Westrick and the associates were able to meet and talk with the Clark family, making the experience all the more meaningful.
The entire story can be found here:
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