Computer Information Systems Club Makes Donations

The Computer Information Systems (CIS) Club at the University of Arkansas Community College at Morrilton recently made two donations totaling $200 to the Southern Christian Home in Morrilton and the Red Cross Arkansas Tornado Victims Relief Fund. 
The donations were made in support of the UACCM CIS Club’s three main areas of interest: students, college, and community. The CIS Club supports these groups through activities and service. The club supports students by providing help in preparing for life after college through organized study groups, equipment purchases designed to enhance learning, and by providing speakers and field trips to give students knowledge of the real-world operations of an Information Technology (IT) department. The club supports the College by participating in college-sponsored events, intramural sports, and by providing a positive image of campus life to other students and the community.
Supporting local and national charities is also encouraged, and a significant percentage of the funds raised by the club goes toward benefitting others.  These donations to the Southern Christian Home and tornado victims were raised through CIS Club-sponsored fundraisers on the UACCM campus, and are the most recent in a line of donations that has included the Angel Tree Program and the Cystic Fibrosis Foundation.
Cutline: UACCM Computer Information Systems Club President
Paul Larison (middle left), presents a donation to Brent Murphy of
Southern Christian Home (middle right).

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