Asnuntuck Community College’s Changing Lives Show this month will highlight the recent service learning trip to Grand Goave, Haiti that students and staff made this past month. Jenna-Marie Jonah and Julie Cotnoir, from Enfield, who are both employed at the college, and chaperoned the group, are guests on the show along with ACC Student Matthew Rafala, from Somers, who served as a Britsionary on the trip. Institutional Advancement and Community Engagement Coordinator Keith Madore hosts the ½ hour show.

Guests converse about their week-long experience at the Be Like Brit Orphanage during the show. The group stayed at the orphanage where 67 children live and they did various activities with the kids, who range in age from 4-16.The students and staff helped construct a two-room home for a family in Grand Goave during their week as well.

The show features videos and photos from the trip. For more information on Be Like Brit visit, www.belikebrit.org. To see photos from the trip visit www.facebook/belikebrit and search albums for Team P-Willy.

The show, to be broadcast on Cox’s PATV Channel 15 at 8P on Thursday’s and Friday’s at 10a from May until June 12th. can also be viewed on-line by logging onto www.patv15.com click on Enfield go to the schedule and search for the name of the show (ACC Changing Lives Be Like Brit #2) or the day of the week it airs.