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Answering the Call to Serve

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More than 250 University of Miami students traveled to different sites around Miami-Dade County recently to participate in Orientation Outreach.

More than 250 University of Miami students traveled to different sites around Miami-Dade County recently to participate in Orientation Outreach, a daylong event in which they did everything from cleanups and beautification projects to mentoring young children. Hosted by the William R. Butler Center for Volunteer Service and Leadership Development, the day of service, held on Saturday, August 28, was designed to introduce both new and returning students to the many service opportunities in Miami that are available to them through the center. Students volunteered at ten sites across the county, rolling up their sleeves and doing good deeds at locations such as Happy Children of Overtown, South Miami Community Center, Bill Baggs State Park, The Barnacle Historic State Park, and Miami River Commission.

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