Nov 18, 2008

Christmas Embroidery Fundraiser

by Natalie Lozano

Students in the Society for Human Resource Management (SHRM) have been offering their embroidery services to the Liberty community since last Tuesday and will continue selling their personalized products through Nov. 19.

Stockings, blankets, Santa hats and scarves are available for purchase with prices ranging from $10-$20. So far, the fundraiser has been a success.

“We have been averaging a few hundred dollars a day…. Students and faculty both have been responding really well to it,” SHRM Vice President Jordan McLaughlin said.

The money earned will help the organization fund the annual SHRM competition in March.

“It’s is very rewarding in the sense that you get to bring the holiday cheer through a fundraiser that will promote the spreading of the gospel at a state, regional, and if we win the competition, at a national level,” senior Louis Lolli said.

To purchase an item from the SHRM, see its table in the back hallway of DeMoss from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. today and Wednesday. Orders made this week are guaranteed to be available on or by Dec. 2.

 


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