The physician assistant program’s soup sale resulted in 292 quarts of soup sold, which added up to 72 gallons and over $1,400 raised. According to Dylan Everett, a member of the PA program at Seton Hill University, they received good feedback this semester and are already thinking of other soup options for next semester.
The money collected this time will help send a child to camp as well as build a new mini-golf course at the Center for Courageous Kids in Kentucky, according to Everett.
“There were well over 20 people helping us make the soup,” Everett said. “We got a lot of interest from undergraduate physician assistant students who plan on going to CCK this summer.”
The PA program plans on having another soup sale next semester and their goal is to raise $1,500 and “one-up the semester before,” Everett said.
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