Seven Waynesburg University students, led by Kelley Hardie, assistant dean of Student Services at Waynesburg University, and Chris Hardie, assistant dean of Student Services, head men’s and women’s cross country coach and assistant track coach at the University, will serve Greene County during their fall break. The Greene County Immersion service trip will run from Sunday, Oct. 12, through Saturday, Oct. 18.
The week will provide students with the opportunity to participate in an assortment of service activities in rural Greene County and will enhance the service relationships between the students and the local community. Students will serve a variety of Greene County non-profit organizations such as the Bowlby Library, Cornerstone Bible Ministry Camp, the Greene County Historical Society, Habitat for Humanity, St. Ann’s Soup Kitchen and WWJD Center.
Students participating in the mission trip include:
- Caley Blankenbuehler, junior secondary mathematics education major from West Newton, Pa. (Yough Senior High School)
- Theresa Butler, senior accounting major from Uniontown, Pa. (Laurel Highlands Senior High School)
- Kara Evans, freshman computer security and forensics major from Concord, Calif. (Berean Christian High School)
- James Glisan, junior biblical and ministry studies major from West Newton, Pa. (Yough Senior High School)
- Rachel Moore, senior forensic accounting major from Waynesburg, Pa. (Waynesburg Central High School)
- DeRon Scott, junior creative writing major from San Diego, Calif. (Julian Charter School)
- Rebecca Shindelar, senior human services major from Bemidji, Minn. (Bemidji High School)
For more information, contact Kelley Hardie at 724-852-3461.
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