The Prospector (Helena, Mont.) 1916-2015, April 07, 2004, Image 15

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Sociology hits the streets By Stephanie Twining Editor From 2 p.m. on Friday to 2 p.m. on Saturday, April 3, Carroll’s Social Problems class stood outside on the street cor­ ner. Taught by Rev. Jerry Lowney, 28 students waited in the cold on Founder’s Comer trying to raise awareness and funds for the Caring Foundation. The group also collected non-parishable food items for Helena Food Share. Kelsey Moran, a third year Sociology major and participant in the weekend event said, “The experience opened my eyes and really showed how this commu­ nity is willing to come together to support a worthy cause.” The Caring Foundation is associated with the Blue Cross and Blue Shield of Montana. The foundation provides health insurance to low-income, unin­ sured Montanans including unin­ sured children. Another participant, Matt Moen, a junior pre-med and biology major, commented on the sacrifices made by so many Carroll students. “This was a great experience for those of us in the class. We were able to spend time with different people whom we had never met before,” said Moen. “It was also nice to see the community come together to support uninsured children.” So many generous students sleeping out in cardboard boxes on a night that happened to be below freezing made an obvious impression on the Helena com­ munity. “I would say that every time the stoplight on Euclid went red, at lease half of the cars that were stopped donated money,” said Moran. Just goes to show you what a couple of kids willing to sacri­ fice a weekend can do. For more information on the final donation amount, contact Fr. Jerry Lowney. to raise money for kids DOING TIME FOR KIDS Josh Buis, along with 27 other students enrolled in Fr. Lowney’s Social Problems class stood outside on Friday night to raise funds and awareness for the Caring Foundation. «2ÌA O T 0 S s . g o m j j m UT6,..,.*< s 0»T he F ôôt 8 allôlms .,..$ i .5 ô Refill SS, T S S km m Or WI nos $S.StfRm. to Sure» B urgsr : s. SS O r a t o . .. . need WE SAY MORE? SS. S uper B urger 5-10pm Au. You C an D rink — Satoct Oorrun&e * iKt M icro B m w a SS.SORiAx.rt> S uper B urger $6. ¿ » B u c k e t s op PBR ano C oors U g h t SS.S& S v v m B ur « « SS.OG S o c k e t s op PBR ano C oors U sm t SS.mmH.rt) S uper B urger Pool Table Best juke Box in Town Poker/Keno m i BE 21 TO HAVE FEN!! ALERT CABS ATM Flicker's Coffeehouse 101M. Last Chance Gulch Hot Drinks Homemade soup Garden Salads Sandwiches WEDNESDAY, APRIL 7, 2004 VOLUME 87, NO. 6

The Prospector (Helena, Mont.), 07 April 2004, located at <>, image provided by MONTANA NEWSPAPERS, Montana Historical Society, Helena, Montana.