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Miami’s Tim Clay Awarded for Volunteerism in Community

By: Marcia Gomez

April 2, 2018

Tim Clay, who is working toward a Bachelor of Science in Audio Production at Miami International University of Art & Design, was recently featured in a story on Miami Community Newspapers online. Tim is a United States Navy veteran who now serves as the president of the school’s Military Vet Club.

According to the article, the club has partnered with the Miami Rescue Mission to assist the homeless. The club’s on- and off-site service events include creating hope bags that contain hygiene products for the needy. The club also collects and sorts toys for children, prepares and delivers sandwiches for the hungry and made Easter baskets for families.

Clay’s work in the community has earned him accolades. He’ll be recognized for his commitment to helping others during National Volunteer Month in April. He was also selected for a fellowship with Mission Continues, which provides awards to post-9/11 veterans who perform volunteer work while developing their own professional and personal skills.

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Read more about Clay here: http://communitynewspapers.com/brickell/serving-our-country-and-local-community/

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By: Marcia Gomez

April 2, 2018

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