Hospitality and Restaurant Administration
Jordan Moyer is this month’s Public Affairs Student Spotlight. Moyer was nominated for the CNAS Citizen of the Week by several members of the community for putting together the Highlanders Care Fun Fair on Saturday, March 17, at the Eureka Springs Community Center. The event included a variety of games for kids, a silent auction and two movie showings in the gym. It was a fundraiser for the community center.
“It was an inspiration to see someone working to better the community and organize a fun day for families to spend together,” says Jennette Gallese, event volunteer. “We had a wonderful time and hope to see more fantastic events at the future community center.”
Jacqueline Wolven, a board member, states Moyer attends Missouri State University and could have created an event closer to her school. “Her heart is still in Eureka and it showed on Saturday. Her spirit of giving raised money and joy in the community.”
Because of this, several members of the community nominated Moyer for Citizen of the Week by Lovely County Citizen. She was recognized for this accomplishment March 21.
A native of Eureka Springs, the members were impressed Moyer came back to create this event rather than host in Springfield where she currently attends MSU.
“I had a great time, and I would love to create an event and raise money if anyone needs help,” Moyer said.
Writing credit to Tori York, Graduate Counseling, Leadership, and Special Education