Tuthill spends spring break helping kids in Nebraska PDF Print E-mail
Written by Sentinel-Tribune Staff   
Thursday, 13 March 2014 09:20
Bowling Green native Emma Tuthill, a senior at Central Michigan Univer-sity, is giving up her spring break in favor of helping with education in Omaha, Neb., through CMU's Alternative Break program.
Tuthill traveled to Omaha this week with a group of nine other students to assist with educational programs at a nonprofit called Completely KIDS. She will spend the week providing support for the Spring Break Latch Key program.
Students can pick a service experience dedicated to various social issues, such as children's health care, historical preservation and food justice.
CMU's Alternative Break program is ranked fourth nationally for the number of students participating in the trips.

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