Southern Nazarene University class of 1980 undertakes service project in Oklahoma City

BY DARLA SLIPKE Published: November 16, 2010
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Stark said she hopes to be able to open the thrift store in the new location by the beginning of 2011.

On Saturday, chatter and laughter echoed inside a 4,500 square-foot room that will become the new thrift store as a group of women reminisced while scrubbing the concrete floor.

Debbie Lindquist, of Dallas, said the service project was much more fun than a traditional banquet or luncheon.

“It's so important to reach out to other people in the community and let them know that we care,” Lindquist said.

Moore said Southern Nazarene teaches students the value of service. He said Saturday's project just felt like the right thing to do.

“This community gave a lot to us when we were going to school here, and we just felt like it was time to give something back to the community.”

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