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Get involved and lunch is on us

Have you seen the Green Dots? Have you wondered what they are about? The dots are the symbol of the, aptly named, Green Dot Campaign and part of PLU’s efforts to prevent and end power-based personal violence in our campus community and beyond.

We invite and encourage you to get involved by participating in PLU’s effort to educate and train staff and faculty. Join Pastor Dennis Sepper and Student Life Senior Associate Laree Winer for a “Green Dot 101.” Learn how to recognize violence and respond as active bystanders to prevent violence.

Look for the Green Dot table at the Benefits Fair on April 12 for more information and to sign up for the Green Dot 101 training on April 19, 12:15 to 12:45 p.m. at the University House. Lunch is on us, so encourage a friend to sign up with you! This is the last training of the academic year and space is limited, so don’t miss out.

If you are unable to attend the Benefits Fair, email Laree Winer to sign up and guarantee your space.