Students help Habitat for Humanity during spring break
A record number of Muskingum College students, along with members of the faculty and staff, from the college's chapter of Habitat for Humanity will be spending their spring break working instead of taking a break.
A total of 24 students will travel to Columbus, Georgia during the week of March 5, where they will provide 960 hours of volunteer labor in just 4 days, building 10 houses with the help of other college students from around the country.
Advised by Assistant Professor of History Dr. Laura Hilton, the following students and staff will be lending a hand: Chris Carroll '07, Katie Costilow '08, Dan Cowden '06, Jenna Davis '09, Becky Dockham '08, Kelsey Eilers '09, Jason Esselburn '06, Jonathan Grennell '08, Brandon Hartman '06, Valerie Haught '07, Matt Hauser '07, Kyle Hollenbeck '09, Heather Luczyk '07, Tiffany McCarty '06, Jenna McClosky '08, Matt Miller '08, Darcie Nickolas '08, Eliza Porter '07, Kim Stevens '06, Jason Tarbert '08, Jacqueline Teare '09, Abby VanFleet '08
Megan Weaver '09 and Bob Bergmann, Muskingum College student life coordinator.