Augustana sorority peforms act of kindness

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Some Quad Cities drivers got a free fill-up courtesy of an Augustana College sorority.

It’s an act of kindness that is a regular routine for them.

Delta Chi Theta members give back to the community every week.  This week they paid for people’s gas. When they’re not paying for gas, they’re paying for groceries, or donating school supplies to schools, hoping their act of kindness is contagious to others.

“Use your time to get involved. I feel like volunteering is a great way to give back to your community,” said Jaclyn Zamora, who's in the sorority.

The sorority works to get out for a kindness day once a week during the school year. Royal Neighbors of America covers the cost.

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