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From: Maggie Cheuk <Maggie.cheuk@nycirclek.org>
Date: Fri, Oct 23, 2020 at 1:43 AM
Subject: LTG Updates #4
To: <maggie.cheuk@nycirclek.org>

LTG Messages

Hello! I hope you guys have been doing well with classes. I know that now midterms have just ended or are about to end so I wanted to say that I'm really proud of you guys for making it through them! I'm sure you all did really well on them!

As promised, this email contains the Service Initiatives calendar for October and a new list of service projects to try!

  1. Serve-A-Thon
    1. When: Saturday, October 24th to Sunday, October 25th
    2. Description: Come join us for Serve-A-Thon on Saturday, October 24th and 25th, held for the first time ever online! We will be taking part in the 30 Hours Famine, with the intention of raising awareness and fundraising for global security. Aside from this large chunk of service, join us for mini service projects and fellowship events throughout the day to come together as a district. 
    3. Sign up: bit.ly/Serve30hr
  2. October Divisional
    1. When: Friday, October 30th (8-9 pm)
    2. Description: Join us on the eve of Halloween for a night of spooky fun! We will be playing Among Us in groups, followed by a Kahoot quiz based on Halloween movie quotes. The winner of the Kahoot will win a $20 gift card so brush up on your spooky movies and feel free to come and show off your Halloween costumes!
    3. Sign up: http://bit.ly/HalloweenDivisional
As always, if you need some ideas to fall back on, here are some links to service projects you can do at home, as well as our Facebook page and update page at nycirclek.org!

Hunter CKI Service Guide
NYCKI Service Guide
NJCKI Service Guide
Other NYCKI Resources
LIberty Officer Directory
Liberty Facebook Page
Maggie's Munchies
October has been a pretty crazy month for me with midterms and other work. I haven't actually had any time this month to get or make any munchies. At times like this, I miss being able to move around Manhattan and go and eat anything I want. I think what I miss most of all is Korean food and Thai food, because I don't live near any places that sell those.

What's a type of food you really miss eating?

Don't hesitate to message me if you have any questions, need any help, or just want someone to talk to! 

Yours in Service,

Maggie Cheuk


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