Business Students Make Pumpkin Patch for Project Hope
Friday, Nov 20, 2020

members of Beta Gamma SigmaAfter several weeks of collecting pumpkins, paints, stickers and decorations, Lander University students belonging to Beta Gamma Sigma, the international business honor society, set up a pumpkin patch for students at the Greenwood campus of Project Hope, which provides services to the autistic community. Participants included, from left, Drs. Susan and Mike Shurden, who sponsored the project; Madison McCall, of Pelzer; Alexandra Sterling, of Batesburg; Marissa Hines, of Due West; Taylor Newton-Spritz, of Lexington; Sommer Burton, of Iva; Sarah Shojaie, of Ninety Six; Trisha Boatwright, of Lexington; and Katie Smith, of North Augusta.