Livingstone Students Host Mission Trip Fundraiser

Three Livingstone Adventist Academy seniors hosted a spaghetti feed Jan. 19 to raise money for an April senior class mission trip to Mexico on the Yucatan Peninsula. Class president Megan Morton and classmates Camilyn and Cherilyn Clayville served spaghetti, salad, garlic bread and homemade carrot cake at the Dallas Church where they are members. The girls planned for about 50 people but ran out, so they quickly had to bring in more food. "It was cool how everyone donated so much," says Cherilyn. "I was surprised and very pleased at how many people came to the spaghetti feed."

"I thought they did a great job. We were glad to do our part for such a worthy cause," says Wiona Winters, a Dallas member who attended. Through the event, the girls raised enough money to go on the mission trip. The students will help build a church, do some community outreach and share testimonies with the local people. They will also do some sightseeing in the area.

March 01, 2008 / Oregon Conference