Gracious Giving

Business Of Sharing Comes Naturally To James Madison Students

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Posted: November 16, 2012

Dallas Hansberger (left), an employee at Eagle Carpet, takes a box of food from Sean McCabe of Richmond, a James Madison University graduate student, while Nancy Nichols (center), director of the school’s Master of Science in Accounting program, carries another box outside of JMU’s Showker Hall on Thursday. The truck, provided by Eagle Carpet, took the food to the Salvation Army pantry in Harrisonburg. (Photos by Stephen Mitchell / DN-R)
The food donated by JMU students will go toward the Salvation Army’s annual Thanksgiving meal and to help stock the pantry.
Patricia May (center), director of communications at JMU’s College of Business, places donated food into an Eagle Carpet truck outside of the school’s Showker Hall on Thursday. The truck took the items to the Salvation Army pantry in Harrisonburg. The annual drive, hosted by the College of Business’ Diversity Council, is in its fourth year.

HARRISONBURG — Up until the last minute on Thursday, James Madison University students in the College of Business continued to deliver food to Zane Showker Hall to benefit the Harrisonburg…



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