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UF Ronald McDonald House Service 2/21/12 & 2/23/12 [EasyDNNnews:IfExists:GalleryBackLink] [EasyDNNnewsLocalizedText:ViewInGallery] [EasyDNNnews:EndIf:GalleryBackLink]

UF Ronald McDonald House Service 2/21/12 & 2/23/12

Originally posted by Claire D. Page

[EasyDNNnewsLocalizedText:Author]: Alpha Zeta/Thursday, February 23, 2012/[EasyDNNnewsLocalizedText:Categories]: [EasyDNNnews:Categories]

Members of the Florida Chapter took their lunch break to go join up with other organizations and sororities to help out at the local Ronald McDonald House in Gainesville. While at the house members help remove and replace box springs and mattresses in the house. The Ronald McDonald House provides temporary housing, basic amenities and support to families with critically ill children seeking treatment at area medical facilities. The program helps to stabilize situations for families and allow them to concentrate all of their time and energy on the treatment and recovery of their children. By just changing out their beds to something newer and more comfortable we may have just made their day a tad better! Hopefully now the people occupying the rooms will be able to sleep a little more comfortably at night and wake up more energized to concentrate on their family members recovery. The event allowed members to get to know each other better and help pass on the gift of caring to families in need.

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