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February 3, 2022

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Thursday, February 03, 2022

10:00 AM - 1:00 PM Habitat for Humanity Campus Chapter Information - In-Person
Do you like to help others? Are you looking for a way to volunteer? Then check out the Habitat for Humanity table to see what it all about. We are currently looking to start a Habitat chapter at MWCC, but we need to see who is interested.
 
What is Habitat for Humanity?
Habitat for Humanity is a nonprofit housing organization working in local communities across all 50 states and in more than 70 countries around the world. Habitat’s vision is of a world where everyone has a decent place to live. Habitat works toward this vision by building and improving homes in partnership with individuals and families in need of a decent and affordable place to live.

Hosted by: MWCC Student Life Office

Additional Information can be found at: https://mwcc.campuslabs.com/engage/event/7818273 LOCATION: Student Center
12:30 PM - 1:30 PM Kenny Shore - Folk Musician & Historian - - Virtual Attendance for In-Person Event
Join us virtually to hear Kenny Shore perform his Americana style music and his knowledge of the history of music. 
 
This event is for virtual attendance of an in-person event The event will be live streamed and full participation may or may not be available. If you wish to attend in person please RSVP to the "In-person" event.
 
To attend virtually, RSVP and the event link will be sent to you the day of the event.
 
Performer Bio:
Kenny Shore has been performing in the Southeast for 30+ years as a solo artist and in duos and bands. He grew up in North Carolina and it all started when his grandfather gave him a homemade banjo at the age of 10. His Dad being a minister, Kenny grew up singing in the church. He got his first guitar at 16 and when he arrived as a freshman at Campbell University he had already written over 100 songs! He has 3 albums on CD Baby along with some digital singles. After his wife died from cancer in 2017, he says he feels like his music shifted and he sings more from his heart than he ever has. He loves Americana music and plays clawhammer banjo but his main instrument is the guitar. He plays a 1975 Alvarez Yairi that he got in college and it's been with him all these years as he has performed up and down the East Coast. He has gradually incorporated stories into his shows - about playing on the road, living a full life, and about the songs he has written. He will make you laugh and have a great time as he entertains you and shares his life experiences!

Hosted by: Campus Activity Team for Students, MWCC Student Life Office

Additional Information can be found at: https://mwcc.campuslabs.com/engage/event/7684058 LOCATION: Zoom
12:30 PM - 1:30 PM Kenny Shore - Folk Musician & Historian - In-Person Event
Join us in-person to hear Kenny Shore perform his Americana style music and his knowledge of the history of music. 
 
This event is for in-person attendance on the Gardner Campus. Space is limited so be sure to RSVP today! The event will be live streamed for those wishing to attend virtually, please RSVP to the "Virtual" event to attend via Zoom.
 
Performer Bio:
Kenny Shore has been performing in the Southeast for 30+ years as a solo artist and in duos and bands. He grew up in North Carolina and it all started when his grandfather gave him a homemade banjo at the age of 10. His Dad being a minister, Kenny grew up singing in the church. He got his first guitar at 16 and when he arrived as a freshman at Campbell University he had already written over 100 songs! He has 3 albums on CD Baby along with some digital singles. After his wife died from cancer in 2017, he says he feels like his music shifted and he sings more from his heart than he ever has. He loves Americana music and plays clawhammer banjo but his main instrument is the guitar. He plays a 1975 Alvarez Yairi that he got in college and it's been with him all these years as he has performed up and down the East Coast. He has gradually incorporated stories into his shows - about playing on the road, living a full life, and about the songs he has written. He will make you laugh and have a great time as he entertains you and shares his life experiences!
 
 

Hosted by: Campus Activity Team for Students, MWCC Student Life Office

Additional Information can be found at: https://mwcc.campuslabs.com/engage/event/7684039 LOCATION: Student Center

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