‘Day of Service’ volunteers tackle Railroad St. cleanup in Urbana


On Sept. 12, The Alicia Titus Memorial Peace Fund sponsored a “Day of Service” as a way to “give back” to the community. Thirty-three people gathered to volunteer in Alicia’s memory and in memory of everyone impacted by the attacks of 9/11. Those who had a hand in the Day of Service included the city of Urbana, Urbana University students and faculty and other community members, including neighborhood children who helped with the Railroad Street Cleanup project (shown in the photo). For information about The Alicia Titus Memorial Peace Fund, visit www.urbana.edu. To find out more about opportunities to serve the community, contact Bev Titus at bjtitus11@windstream.ne .

On Sept. 12, The Alicia Titus Memorial Peace Fund sponsored a “Day of Service” as a way to “give back” to the community. Thirty-three people gathered to volunteer in Alicia’s memory and in memory of everyone impacted by the attacks of 9/11. Those who had a hand in the Day of Service included the city of Urbana, Urbana University students and faculty and other community members, including neighborhood children who helped with the Railroad Street Cleanup project (shown in the photo). For information about The Alicia Titus Memorial Peace Fund, visit www.urbana.edu. To find out more about opportunities to serve the community, contact Bev Titus at bjtitus11@windstream.ne .


On Sept. 12, The Alicia Titus Memorial Peace Fund sponsored a “Day of Service” as a way to “give back” to the community. Thirty-three people gathered to volunteer in Alicia’s memory and in memory of everyone impacted by the attacks of 9/11. Those who had a hand in the Day of Service included the city of Urbana, Urbana University students and faculty and other community members, including neighborhood children who helped with the Railroad Street Cleanup project (shown in the photo). For information about The Alicia Titus Memorial Peace Fund, visit www.urbana.edu. To find out more about opportunities to serve the community, contact Bev Titus at bjtitus11@windstream.ne .

On Sept. 12, The Alicia Titus Memorial Peace Fund sponsored a “Day of Service” as a way to “give back” to the community. Thirty-three people gathered to volunteer in Alicia’s memory and in memory of everyone impacted by the attacks of 9/11. Those who had a hand in the Day of Service included the city of Urbana, Urbana University students and faculty and other community members, including neighborhood children who helped with the Railroad Street Cleanup project (shown in the photo). For information about The Alicia Titus Memorial Peace Fund, visit www.urbana.edu. To find out more about opportunities to serve the community, contact Bev Titus at bjtitus11@windstream.ne .
https://www.urbanacitizen.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/36/2015/09/web1_2015-day-of-service-2-IMG_1274.jpgOn Sept. 12, The Alicia Titus Memorial Peace Fund sponsored a “Day of Service” as a way to “give back” to the community. Thirty-three people gathered to volunteer in Alicia’s memory and in memory of everyone impacted by the attacks of 9/11. Those who had a hand in the Day of Service included the city of Urbana, Urbana University students and faculty and other community members, including neighborhood children who helped with the Railroad Street Cleanup project (shown in the photo). For information about The Alicia Titus Memorial Peace Fund, visit www.urbana.edu. To find out more about opportunities to serve the community, contact Bev Titus at bjtitus11@windstream.ne .