Cleveland State Students Cooking Up Help For The Homeless

Friday, November 22, 2019
Shown in the front row, from left, are Carolina Roman, Fernanda Tellez, Jakob Bredwell, Diamet Velasquez-Bravo, Mayleigh Steffa, Janely Torres Gonazalez, Rachael Fowler, and Marcus Easley. In the back row, from left, are Father Michael F. Nolan of St. Therese Catholic Church, Zinnen McKenzie, Chase Sexton, and Candy Lawson, Johnathan Struk, and Ronald Lucas.
Shown in the front row, from left, are Carolina Roman, Fernanda Tellez, Jakob Bredwell, Diamet Velasquez-Bravo, Mayleigh Steffa, Janely Torres Gonazalez, Rachael Fowler, and Marcus Easley. In the back row, from left, are Father Michael F. Nolan of St. Therese Catholic Church, Zinnen McKenzie, Chase Sexton, and Candy Lawson, Johnathan Struk, and Ronald Lucas.
Cleveland State Community College students from the CSCC Diversity Club prepared their Hope and Care Thanksgiving event this past Wednesday.

The CSCC Diversity Club, along with Cleveland State First Year Seminar students, Business students, and Criminal Justice students took part in helping feed the homeless for a dinner at the Cleveland Homeless Shelter. The Cougar volunteers spent that afternoon at St. Therese Catholic Church in Cleveland, Tennessee preparing the food.
They then helped transport the food and served it to those having dinner at the Cleveland Homeless Shelter.



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