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MPTC, Ebony Vision recognize youth volunteers

5:54 PM, Jan. 24, 2013  |  Comments
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Ebony Vision a non-profit community organization, in collaboration with Moraine Park Technical College, acknowledges youth serving in this program. As the organization had their holiday celebration in December at Moraine Park Technical College, they recognized those that served by giving out certificates of acknowledgement and personalized bookmarks to youth in the Servant Leadership Program. Along with that, Moraine Park staff donated items to support those who are in need, with clothing and shoes during the holiday season.

The Servant Leadership Program was created by Ebony Vision to give disadvantaged youth an opportunity to volunteer and serve the Fond du Lac community. Believing in the principle quoted by renowned founder of the Center of Servant Leadership, Robert Greenleaf - "Good leaders must first become good servants."

Youth from ages 6-18 years old gave back by volunteering at various organizations in the community. They passed out flyers to promote their event or cause, including marching in the Fond du Lac Holiday Parade, promoting one of the entities.

Thank you Moraine Park Technical College and all who donated and supported this initiative. Ebony Vision looks forward to continuing their partnership in the future.

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