Huskies plan holiday week visit

 The UConn men’s basketball team will continue its holiday tradition of community service with a visit to the St. Elizabeth House in Hartford on Monday afternoon.

Coach Kevin Ollie, his staff and players will be there from 4:30 p.m. to 6 p.m.

The Huskies will visit with residents of the St. Elizabeth House Transitional Living Program that is the home to 44 homeless adults. They will hand out non-perishable food and serve a holiday dinner.

 

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