MU Communication Students Assist at Charity Event

MANSFIELD, PA—Five Mansfield University Communication students traveled to New York City on November 6 to volunteer at the Center for Hearing and Communication’s (CHC) annual Feast fundraiser gala.(L-R) LeRon Strothers, Alyssa Mullins, Brielle Kelly, Mark Shelley, Jesse CarrJesse Carr, Brielle Kelly, Alyssa Mullins, Mark Shelley and LeRon Strothers, accompanied by Professor Sue Young, Department of Communication chair, and Professor Emeritus Howard Travis, traveled from MU to Manhattan for the event.

The students had the opportunity to escort network television personalities to their tables and assess event planning in the beautiful venue at the Chelsea Piers. Young and Travis have been taking students to this event for 15 years.

The Feast serves as a fundraiser for the CHC, a nonprofit that provides hearing tests and hearing aid services, speech-language therapy, counseling and other services. This year’s event raised more than $800,000.

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