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UC Green Day

Cal Rotaract

Sunday, April 28, 2013 from 8:30 AM to 1:30 PM (PDT)

Berkeley, CA

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Come save the Earth with all of your friends as we spend a beautiful Sunday morning outdoors. We'll have multiple spots available for volunteers to pick and choose from. Food will be provided in the morning along with throughout the day. Don't forget to bring your water bottle and see you at 8:30AM outside Dwinelle!

 

Many thanks to our sponsors:

CREAM      Pretzel Crisps    Semifreddi's

Berkeley Residence Hall AssociationNoah's Bagels

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Dwinelle Plaza
Dwinelle Plaza
Address Line 2
Berkeley, CA 94704

Sunday, April 28, 2013 from 8:30 AM to 1:30 PM (PDT)


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Cal Rotaract

Sponsored by the international service organization Rotary International, Rotaract brings together college students and young business professionals for humanitarian service and networking. As one of the fastest-growing Rotary programs, Rotaract has a strong international presence and includes more than 8,400 Rotaract clubs in 170 countries.

Chartered in 2000, our UC Berkeley Rotaract chapter is one out of eight Rotaract clubs in Rotaract District 5160. As a university-based club, Cal Rotaract consists mainly of undergraduate students and is one of the largest Rotaract clubs in the world. The club is an excellent forum for service, professional development and fellowship.

Cal Rotaract offers interesting and exciting projects that make a difference to benefit our local, national, and international communities. Our service projects are designed to improve the quality of life at home and abroad and we strive to address some of the world’s most critical issues, such as childhood malnutrition, hunger, access to clean water, the environment, and illiteracy.

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