AFLSE DC May Newsletter: Volunteering registration closes Friday, Happy Hour

Registration for the AFLSE DC Chapter volunteering day will close this Friday, May 4th. Please register online at 


Each spring at Hands On DC's annual Work-a-thon, over 2,000 Hands on DC volunteers from across Washington, DC spend one day working in approximately 30 DC public schools on basic improvement projects such as painting, cleaning, landscaping, and special projects like rehabilitating playgrounds and wiring classrooms for Internet access.

Date/Time: Saturday, May 19th, 2012. Volunteers will arrive at schools at 9:00 and work on projects taking a break for lunch as a group. A celebration party with the other teams/locations will take place at a location TBD later that night.

Location: The LSE Team will most likely be placed at Booker T Washington School, a five minute walk from the U Street Station on the Yellow/Green Lines. Project will include landscaping and painting projects.

Friends and family including children ages 12+ are welcome to join.

Please sign up online:

The DC Chapter's Regular third Tuesday Happy Hour will be back this month! This is a great informal opportunity for alumni, friends, and new students to meet and network.


Tuesday, May 15th, 2012 from 6:00 - 9:00pm.

1800 M Street Northwest
Washington, DC

We have space reserved - look for LSE signs.
No need to RSVP.
Please direct questions about DC chapter events to Anne Wingate, DC Chatper Chair, at  

Washington, DC: Hands On DC Work-a-Thon
Saturday, 05/19/12 at 12:00pm
The DC chapter of LSE Alumni and Friends will be sending a team of volunteers to participate in the Hands On DC Work-a-Thon. Friends and family welcome.

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AFLSE Washington, DC: Monthly Happy Hour
Tuesday, 05/15/12 at 9:00pm
LSE alumni, recent grads, future students, and friends are all welcome to the Washington Chapter's monthly happy hour.

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