December 5, 2018
Mayville State University students enrolled in instructor Michelle Warren’s Seminar on Success (SOS) class volunteered their services for the Feed My Starving Children project Friday, Nov. 30 at the Mayville armory building. During the MobilePack event, the students joined members of the community in packing MannaPack™ meals for starving children around the world. The event was organized by churches of the community.
The students who took part are Cole Dukart, Killdeer, N.D.; Alex Kosel, Fargo, N.D.; Tyler Ferrera, Truckee, Calif.; Trevor Schreiner, Washburn, N.D.; Austen Adamsen, Northwood, N.D.; Adam Senden, Winnipeg, Manitoba; Andrew Larson, Grafton, N.D.; Chance Johnson, Williston, N.D.; Anna Gagnon, Grand Forks, N.D.; Ashlyn Fosmark, West Fargo, N.D.; Billie Carik, Cavalier, N.D.; Janessa Matthys, Hillsboro, N.D.; and Victoria Johnson, Roseau, Minn.
The SOS course is designed to help all students who are new to Mayville State University become integrated into the college and community environment. A variety of topics that can lead to greater self-awareness and increase the student's level of academic and personal success, enjoyment, and persistence are covered.
Photo caption: Tyler Ferrera, Trevor Schreinder, and Austen Adamsen (pictured left to right) were among several Mayville State students who volunteered their time to assist with the Feed My Starving Children event held at the Mayville armory on Nov. 30.