Berkeley College Students Create Valentine's Day Cards for Seniors as Service Project Commemorating Martin Luther King, Jr.

 

 
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 2, 2018
Contact: Ilene Greenfield
Director of Media Relations
973-278-5400, ext. 1-5122
igl@BerkeleyCollege.edu
 

BERKELEY COLLEGE STUDENTS CREATE VALENTINE’S DAY
CARDS FOR SENIORS AS SERVICE PROJECT
COMMEMORATING MARTIN LUTHER KING, JR.

 

 

Photo Caption: What better way to bring joy to and from the heart than to give or receive a Valentine’s Day card?  That’s what students from Berkeley College in Dover did as their service project commemorating Martin Luther King Jr. this year. “It was nice to do something sweet for other people,” said Stacey Peia of Parsippany, NJ. All of the students enjoyed the experience. “It was fun to be creative and give back,” said Karen Wire of Branchville, NJ.

Students enrolled in the Practical Nursing program in the picture above, left to right, are Madhvi Sethi of Parsippany, NJ. Melanie Sifuentes-Hernani of Fairfield, NJ, Angie Hernandez of Morristown, NJ, Dawn Teets of Newton, NJ, Jennifer Quinton of Marlboro, NJ, Karen Wire, Katrina Sanin-Clark of Clifton, NJ, Stacey Peia, and, crouching, Elizabeth Tobin of Washington, NJ. The cards will be distributed to senior residents at the Regency Grande Nursing Home in Dover, NJ.

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