During National Volunteer Week, we’d like to devote our chapter meeting to celebrate the many kinds of volunteer work our members perform. It is the Saint Leo way to volunteer as part of our commitment to community and responsible stewardship, and it can be so gratifying to share reflections about this part of our lives with others who share the same values.
Whether we give time and attention to a worthy cause online, at an office, with a local food bank, or in another setting, let’s get together and celebrate the many ways of doing good.
If you have not yet found local volunteer opportunities that make your heart sing, we suggest consulting this page from the Points of Light, a global resource. It allows you to search for opportunities by ZIP code, area of interest, and other parameters.
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This training is by Lieutenant Rob Fanelli, Investigations Division commander at the Gainesville (FL) Police Department. He oversees Robbery/Homicide, Sexual Assault, ICAC and Domestic Violence departments, as well as the Forensic Unit. Also an alumnus of Saint Leo University, Fanelli is an instructor with Advanced Police Concepts and at the Institute of Public Safety.
The university will host the event virtually and there will be an in-person option at the Ocala Education Center, 1930 S.W. 38th Ave., Ocala, FL 34474.
The Criminal Justice Speaker Series is free, but RSVPs are requested. To RSVP, email Ocala@saintleo.edu or call (352) 671-3391
Mark your calendars to attend Homecoming and Reunion Weekend, November 4-7, 2021, along with the Class of 1971. Planning is underway for a safe and healthy reunion. In the meantime, stay connected by joining the 50th Reunion Facebook group and also by visiting the 50 Memories for 50 Years website to share pictures and memories of your time at Saint Leo.
If you are interested in being a member of the volunteer planning committee, please contact Sarah Olsen at (352) 588-8729 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Homecoming and Reunion Weekend in an annual tradition that brings together alumni, students, faculty, staff, and friends together to celebrate our Saint Leo connection. Held at University Campus, the weekend provides an opportunity for some alumni to return to what they called home as a student while it is a chance for other alumni to tour campus for the first time.
Mark your calendars to attend Homecoming and Reunion Weekend, November 4-7, 2021, along with the Classes of 1970 and 1971.
The festivities fall on the first week of November and include special reunion gatherings, presentation of Alumni Awards, campus tours, the Lions Rally, a homecoming basketball game, and other fun activities. It is a great time to reconnect with old friends, make new connections, and share your Saint Leo with your family.