CSM Hosts First Annual Military Troop Care Package Drive

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The College of Southern Maryland hosted its first annual military troop care package drive, distributing 120 boxes for delivery to 12 platoons during the holidays. The care packages contained toiletries, snacks and entertainment items. Participating clubs from CSM’s Student Associations included Phi Theta Kappa, La Plata Student Association, College Leaders of Southern Maryland, Gamer’s United, BACCHUS, Black Student Union and Saludos, as well as staff and faculty members. Due to the success of the drive, students are interested in making this an annual activity. Assembling the packages from left are students Kayode Bello, Kim Smith, Brandi Brown, Zakyi Powell, Matthew Rhoades and Genia Lrandi. For more information on Student Life at CSM, visit www.csmd.edu/StudentLife.

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