Mamas Against Violence March

May 28th, 2016

This annual march took place on Memorial Day weekend as a way to promote awareness of the need to combat gun violence as summer nears. It was a unity walk of remembrance of loved ones whose lives were lost to acts of violence. The theme was to choose life and love rather than death and destruction.

The walk began at the Robinson Center and wound through the community, ending at Coquillard Park.


Back The Bend, 2016

April 3rd, 2016


Above: Tour bus stop at Le Mans on St. Mary’s campus 

The annual day of service was held on Saturday, April 2nd. Despite chilly weather, 400 students and community members volunteered. 5,000 bricks were laid at Leeper Park and Madison School. St. Joe H.S. students cleaned up Kelly Park.

View of Spes Unica Classroom Building, Commons Area

The bus tour was at capacity. The tour included sites on St. Mary’s campus for the first time. The group also visited sites on the Notre Dame campus.

  

Holy Spirit Chapel in LeMans Hall, St. Mary’s College 

Robinson Community Learning Center Celebrates 15 Years

February 19th, 2016

The Robinson Center celebrated 15 years on Friday evening, February 19th. The “standing room only” gathering was treated to a full program. Rev. “Monk” Malloy, CSC blessed the event with an opening prayer. Remarks followed from Rev. John Jenkins, CSC; Lou Nanni, VP University Relations; and Mrs. Mary Williams, RCLC Parent. A video was presented, Shakespeare monologue performed and live music during refreshments.

Christmas Party, 2015

December 15th, 2015

The NENC Board members and their families gathered at the Robinson Center on the evening of December 7th for fellowship and celebration. In addition to good food and conversation, there was spirited singing to celebrate the season.

Turning Over a New Leaf 2015

November 10th, 2015

On November 7th, The Robinson Community Learning Center and Notre Dame Students sponsored Turning Over a New Leaf,  a leaf raking project to help senior citizens. 140 students participated along with the Girl Scouts, volunteers from St. Adalbert Parish and members of the Unity Hospital staff. Forty homes of Northeast Neighborhood senior citizens were taken care of.