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Need a Spring Break Destination?

Who doesn’t want to go somewhere for less than $300 over spring break?

What: Habitat for Humanity is hosting seven spring break trips to help in the fight against substandard building. Students will be spending their breaks helping Habitat for Humanity build homes for those who cannot afford it. In addition, they will be enjoying beautiful weather and hospitality. Many locations are located near large cities or beaches.

When: Spring Break (March 8-12).

Who: 119 Penn State UP students.

Where: 4 trips to FL, 2 to GA, 1 to New Orleans.

How to get involved: Obtain an application off the Habitat website. Return the form during office hours Sundays 7-8 in 310 HUB or Wednesdays 7:30-8:30 in 373 Willard.

Cost: $285 – covers all food transportation and lodging.

Other: Spots are filled on a first-come-first-served basis. Students who are 21 are needed to drive the rental vans.

Email: [email protected]

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Melanie is a senior majoring in both Marketing and Advertising. She enjoys blowing bubbles, beating boys in Mario Kart, and going to concerts. Oh, and she takes photographs, as well.

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