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University students help Greene County through Habitat for Humanity

 

Sarah Brandstetter, Bonner Scholar coordinator at Waynesburg University, will lead a group of eight University students to build Greene County homes during the students’ Thanksgiving Break. The students will serve Friday, Nov. 16, through Tuesday, Nov. 20.

“I am very excited to lead the Greene County Habitat for Humanity Mission Trip for the third year,” Brandstetter said. “This trip allows me to share what I love about Greene County with students while we are giving back to the community.”

While serving, the students will assist with building homes in the Greene Country area to address substandard housing issues. They will also coordinate and implement a fundraising project to support Greene County Habitat for Humanity.

“Waynesburg students bring excitement, willingness, fresh ideas, open minds and love to Greene County through the Habitat Mission Trip,” Brandstetter said.

Students participating in the mission service trip include:

  • Olivia Bakke, senior biology major from Monaca (Beaver County Christian School)
  • Bethany May, senior business management major from Carmichaels (Carmichaels High School)
  • Samantha May, sophomore environmental science major from Carmichaels (Carmichaels High School)
  • Kyle Oland, junior public relations major from Westminster, Maryland (Winters Mill High School)
  • Tiffany Onifer, junior chemistry (pre-dental/medical/veterinary) major from Cuyahoga Falls, Ohio (Woodridge High School)
  • Mary Sallach, senior athletic training major from Erie (Seneca High School)
  • Robert Schultz, junior English (creative writing) major from New Florence (Ligonier Valley High School)
  • Andrew Zahn, junior mathematics major from Titusville (Titusville High School)

For more information, contact 724-852-3460 or sbrandst@waynesburg.edu.

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Contact: Ashley Wise, Communication Specialist
724.852.7675 or awise@waynesburg.edu

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