Lana Queen of Holualoa in Alternative May Break Program
Holualoa resident Lana Queen recently participated in the James Madison University Alternative May Break Program. Queen, a junior kinesiology major, worked with Project Homecoming during this year’s trip.
Students who participate in the annual trip continue serving those communities affected by Hurricane Katrina in the Gulf Coast region. The trip is sponsored by Community Service Learning at JMU.
While the focus remains on rebuilding houses and communities, the trip incorporates the type of work most necessary at the time of arrival.
For more information about the Alternative Break Program, visit www.jmu.edu/abp.
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