DSLCC provides flood relief

Students, faculty and staff at Dabney S. Lancaster Community College not only helped collect items for victims of the flooding in West Virginia earlier this summer, they also volunteered their services for two days to help clean up after the flood in nearby White Sulphur Springs. A group of volunteers gathered at the DSLCC parking lot in Clifton Forge, VA, for a group photo before setting out on June 30.
Students, faculty and staff at Dabney S. Lancaster Community College not only helped collect items for victims of the flooding in West Virginia earlier this summer, they also volunteered their services for two days to help clean up after the flood in nearby White Sulphur Springs. A group of volunteers gathered at the DSLCC parking lot in Clifton Forge, VA, for a group photo before setting out on June 30.
DSLCC staff member William Ould (left), collects donated items from Richie Crim, representing the faculty and staff at Lord Fairfax Community College in Middletown.
DSLCC staff member William Ould (left), collects donated items from Richie Crim, representing the faculty and staff at Lord Fairfax Community College in Middletown.

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