Clark State has a new way to earn college credit and help downtown at the same time

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About 20 volunteers with the Clark State Performing Arts Center in Springfield were rewarded with three free credit hours for their work serving patrons attending shows.

Clark State President Jo Alice Blondin said in a statement that volunteers are important to the center and the college.

“We value our Performing Arts Center volunteers, and it was time to show them how much we appreciate them,” Blondin said. “Many of our volunteers wish to pursue higher education or encourage a child or grandchild to do the same.”

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The credit hours can be used by the volunteer or it can be given to a child or grandchild, PAC Director Adele Adkins said.

“You offer credit hours as a thank you,” she said.

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