Posted on Wednesday, December 6, 2017
Westminster’s chapter of ENACTUS is doing their part in spreading holiday cheer by hosting a holiday event with The Confluence coffee shop in New Castle, PA. On Friday, Dec. 8, “Westminster Wonderland” will take place to drive traffic to small businesses in New Castle and give students some reprieve from a long semester.
For just $5, students can purchase a ticket to the event in New Castle. Each ticket includes ice skating, a viewing of Home Alone at the Warner Cascade Theatre Museum, live musical entertainment and holiday trivia. The event runs from 6:00 pm to 9:00 pm, and shuttle services are being offered for students.
“Westminster Wonderland is an amazing opportunity for students to release some stress before finals week and explore the city of New Castle,” ENACTUS vice president Erin Keich said. “We are happy to be able to provide this opportunity and support local businesses.”
ENACTUS is an organization that empowers organizations through entrepreneurial actions to shape a more sustainable world. The club meets weekly to develop their business-oriented service projects and works closely with The Confluence, a sister brand of Cray Youth and Family Services.
“We are proud to be working with Cray Youth and Family Services and The Confluence and helping them make a difference,” Keich said. “We love everything they are doing for the community and hope to continue our partnership.”
Westminster Wonderland will be part of the string of holiday events happening in New Castle during December to stimulate the local economy. Tickets will be sold during lunch hours in McKelvey Campus Center all week, and alumni and faculty are encouraged to participate.
For more information, contact Keith Bittel, School of Business faculty and advisor of ENACTUS, at email@example.com.