Capstone students assist Rural Ministry

Submitted Photo Pictured from left: Fasha Antonio, Soukswanh Phommala, Haley Poth, Isaac Enis, and Max Cerone.

SUNY Fredonia Capstone students are making a huge impact on Rural Ministry programs. Under the direction of David Norman, students have updated CCRM’s website, created an agency PSA, increased public relations and marketing as well as providing valuable insight into Rural Ministry’s growing programs.

“These students have worked incredibly hard in their project,” states Executive Director Kathleen G. Peterson. “They have shown valuable insight into our program needs and provided guidance on how Rural Ministry can continue providing their much needed services in our local community.”

CCRM is a United Way of Northern Chautauqua County Community Partner.