Alpha Phi Omega hosts Carnival for Youth

Alpha Phi Omega, a UAS service organization, would like to invite the children of Juneau to a carnival. The carnival will be Saturday, April 13, at the UAS Student REC center on Back Loop Road. Doors open at noon and close at 3 p.m. Come out and have some fun.

The youth carnival is part of National Youth Service Day, an idea focused on providing service to children. There will be games, food and prizes, and all are sure to win. Face painting and crafts will also be in abundance. For more information, check out our Facebook page at: https://www.facebook.com/events/188321767981616/ or by searching APO Youth Carnival.

For additional information, contact Karissa Sleppy at 907-545-5486 or by email at ksleppy@gmail.com .

Alpha Phi Omega National Coed Service Fraternity has more than 17,000 male and female student members at 366 college campuses nationwide. Its mission is to prepare campus and community leaders through service. Its purpose is to develop leadership, to promote friendship and to provide service to humanity. Founded at Lafayette College in Easton, Penn. in 1925, it is a 501(c)3 nonprofit organization headquartered in Independence, Mo. More than 350,000 members have joined Alpha Phi Omega since its founding. The Alpha Zeta Theta Chapter at the University of Alaska Southeast was first chartered in 2006. The chapter provides service to the community, leadership development and fellowship opportunities to its membership.

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