Story posted November 12, 2010
For its efforts to help end homelessness in the midcoast area, Bowdoins Joseph McKeen Center for the Common Good was recognized with an award from Tedford Housing, a non-profit agency that provides emergency shelter, programming and advocacy for homeless Maine families.
Interim Director Sarah Seames accepted the award on behalf of the McKeen Center and the College at Tedford Housings annual meeting, held on campus Tuesday, Nov. 9.
In presenting the award, Tedford Executive Director Don Kniseley spoke of the many ways in which Bowdoin students, faculty and staff have partnered with Tedford over the years through direct volunteering and by providing research in the area of affordable housing and homelessness.
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