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SIS helping area women

New for the fall of 2013 ... SIS (Sisters In Spirit) is a grassroots organization of women of Valparaiso University who are gathering for Bible study, spiritual growth and service projects.

SIS meets Thursdays at 9:30 p.m. in the CCLIR Community Room when classes are in session. The group is currently working on a service project to donate blankets to the Dayspring shelter for homeless women. You can help support this by giving a donation. Look for members of SIS in Chapel View Lounge of the Union through Nov. 22nd.

Students tie fleece blankets for the women's shelter