girls playing flag football
<p>Communities unite us and help us be a part of something greater than ourselves. Whether it be communities of people who share the same interest or passion; communities of people trying to bring about change; or communities of people brought together by geographic boundaries. We want to know why you love your community and why it&#8217;s important to you. On August 17, we launched our second to last theme in the #spubound photo contest for Seattle Pacific&#8217;s 2020 incoming class.</p> <p>We asked incoming students to show us their #mycommunity photos on social media, and Chloe&#8217;s photo is the winner! She has won $50 to donate to any community-based nonprofit organization. Congratulations!</p> <p>The #spubound photo contest is almost over! Only ONE more theme to go! </p> <p><i>All students who submit photos will be entered into a raffle to win a $150 Amazon gift card at the end of the contest.</i></p> <p>The voting stage was omitted due to the lack of entries.</p>

1. @chlopatrah

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