University of Missouri

48-62: A Resolution to Make Clean-Up Columbia on April 25, 2009, the first Official Community Service Project of MSA Senate

WHEREAS, In Bill 48-28 the “Senate Campus and Community Relations Chair, in coordination with the Cabinet and other interested parties, plan at least one service/outreach event per semester to promote a sense of community, professionalism, and efficacy among Senators enacting change on campus,” and

WHEREAS, the Campus and Community Relations Committee has taken the responsibility of planning and organizing the project, and

THEREFORE, be it resolved that the Missouri Students Association Senate attend and work at Clean-Up Columbia on April 25th 2009, and

THERFORE, be it further resolved that the Senate supports participation of this service project as one of the two community service requirements per semester, and

THEREFORE, be it further resolved that the Campus and Community Relations Committee will be charged with monitoring the progress of the plan and reporting the progress back to the Senate.

Respectfully submitted,

Tim Noce
MSA Senator
CCRC Chairman