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Urban Plunge

IPFW, St. Francis, and Ivy Tech students spend an alternative spring break working at and learning about nearly a dozen United Way nonprofits. Thursday they spent time with The Rescue Mission.

Spring break spent learning about service

Cathie Rowand | The Journal Gazette
From left, IPFW student Shalynn Bailey, Ruthie Krueger of United Way and IPFW students Rae-Lynn Foley and Holly Barnett sort clothes Thursday afternoon at the Fort Wayne Rescue Mission’s Treasure House. Students from IPFW, the University of Saint Francis and Ivy Tech Community College-Northeast volunteered for Alternative Spring Break: Urban Plunge and have spent this week working at and learning about nearly a dozen United Way nonprofit service organizations.

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