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Bryant student collecting cellphones for service members Thursday

March 26, 2014

SMITHFIELD – When a soldier in the military is very far from home it helps to have an inexpensive way to get in touch with the people they love.
Nicholas Alberti, 22, a Bryant University senior, has been aware of that fact for several years as a result of his friends, Robbie and Brittnay Bergquist’s work to make inexpensive calls for overseas service members a real option.
Tonight, Alberti will host a special cellphone collection for the Bergquist’s organization in Bryant’s Fisher Student Center which will also include a presentation by Robbie Bergquist about his organization’s work. The collection drive will begin in Room 2AB of the Fisher Student Center at 7 p.m. Read the full story in Thursday's newspaper.

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