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CWU Students Aid Families in Need, Local Restaurants with Senior Project

Four CWU Business StudentsFinishing college and moving on to the next stage in life is a monumental occasion for all who experience it, but being able to finish things off by giving back to the community creates memories that will last forever.

Central Washington University business majors Sara Wilson, Evan Larson, Noah Arnett, and Victor Hitt have developed a capstone project in their management class that is designed to help local restaurants hit hard by the closure caused by the COVID-19 pandemic. The group is taking donations gathered through a social media campaign, purchasing restaurant gift cards, and distributing them to local families in need.

Read this article in its entirety online at the Daily Record.

Pictured above: CWU business majors (pictured clockwise from top left) Evan Larson, Sara Wilson, Noah Anette and Victor Marshall created a senior project that helps support local businesses and families in need. (Daily Record)