Langston University Kicks Off Its United Way Campaign

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This week Langston University kicked off its United Way of Logan County campaign with the placement of a United Way thermometer at the entrance to the University.

Langston University President, Dr. Kent Smith (L) and EMI employee, Kenny Patterson(R), prepare United Way Thermometer at Langston University entrance

Pictured above is Dr. Kent Smith, President, Langston University, helping with the placement of one of 16 thermometers that sprang up this week at various locations in Logan County.

President Smith noted, “we at Langston University are proud to be a United Way supporter. We are pleased to be a partner with the United Way in raising funds so that those in our county who are in need, will be able to find some relief. As an academic institution we are focused on education, but we are also mindful of providing assistance to our surrounding communities. Our support of United Way of Logan County is one way to help make our neighboring communities stronger, one way to provide a helping hand to those community residents in need.  We are pleased to be a part of this effort.”

If you would like more information concerning the United Way of Logan County or wish to make a contribution, you may contact Ashleigh Sorrell Rose at 523-3525 or by e-mail at


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