MOUNT CARMEL — Six Bucknell University students who are enrolled in a managing for sustainability class will speak on the topic, “A Strategy for Community Revitalization,” during a public presentation to be held at 7:30 p.m. Tuesday at Divine Redeemer Church Mercy Hall. The hall is on the 400 block of West Cherry Street.

The presentation, which is open to anyone in the community, is being hosted by the Mother Maria Kaupas Center, which partners with the university through the Coal Region Field Station. As a result of this partnership, students from 29 classes have worked with the center and its community partners on 40 projects over the past three years.

The presentation is expected to be 45 minutes long and will include an opportunity for open discussion during the allotted time.

For additional information, call Jake Betz, center director, at 570-339-3450, extension 7.

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