Join the Maxwell DC Alumni Association on the 20th for a Day of Community Service!

Shortly after the tragic events of September 11th, members of the Maxwell DC Alumni Association came together to honor and remember our classmate, friend, and fellow alumnus, Brady Howell (MPA ’00), whose brilliant life was tragically cut short in the Pentagon attack.  As a result, the Maxwell DC Alumni Association created the Brady Howell Community Service Initiative as a means of not only remembering this outstanding American, but as a way of continuing his dedicated service to community and country.

In the spirit of Howell and the pillars of the Maxwell school, the Brady Howell Community Service Initiative was created as a volunteer-based community effort aimed at encouraging Maxwell’s greatest resource, its alumni, to donate their time and energy to human service!

This year we invite you, your friends, and your family to participate in the DC Public Schools Beautification Day.  We will be assisting Aiton Elementary School (533 48th Pl. NE, Washington, DC 20019) as they prepare for the start of a new school year.

We plan to meet at Aiton Elementary on Saturday, August 20 at 8:00 a.m. Volunteers of all ages are welcome to come and lend a hand.  Let us know we can count on your support by completing the following form: Click Here to Volunteer.

Also, please help us spread the word by inviting your friends, family, fellow alumni, and anyone you know who might be interested.  Either share with them this e-mail or forward them the link to our event page on Facebook!

If you have questions please contact: Charles.Cutshall@alum.syracuse.edu.

Thank you for your support!

The Maxwell DC Alumni Association

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