Lions host WC international students


International Night for the Wilmington Lions Club was Oct. 17. Nine foreign students from Wilmington College were recognized and honored during a regular meeting of the club. Students were escorted to tables and seated with club members for dining. Members and students conversed and exchanged interesting information. Mark Denniston, International Student Advisor and Director of Work Program and International Partnerships at Wilmington College, introduced each student who told of their families and country. They all mentioned how glad they were to be here. International Student Co-Advisor and Director of Public Relations Randy Sarvis helped with the presentations. From left are are Gene Snyder, President of Wilmington Lions Club; Anton Holmqvist, Sweden, Sports Management & Business; Carl Bergstrom, Sweden, Business Management; Leandro Foscaches, Brazil, Business Management; Gabriel Nygard, Sweden, Spanish; Simen Kjoerven, Norway, Athletic Training; Roman Kirschner, Czech Republic, Sports Management; Anton Berglund, Sweden, Psychology; Oscar Bjornerstedt, Sweden, Sports Management; Nils Asteberg, Sweden, Business Management & Economics; Sarvis and Denniston.


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International Night for the Wilmington Lions Club was Oct. 17. Nine foreign students from Wilmington College were recognized and honored during a regular meeting of the club. Students were escorted to tables and seated with club members for dining. Members and students conversed and exchanged interesting information. Mark Denniston, International Student Advisor and Director of Work Program and International Partnerships at Wilmington College, introduced each student who told of their families and country. They all mentioned how glad they were to be here. International Student Co-Advisor and Director of Public Relations Randy Sarvis helped with the presentations. From left are are Gene Snyder, President of Wilmington Lions Club; Anton Holmqvist, Sweden, Sports Management & Business; Carl Bergstrom, Sweden, Business Management; Leandro Foscaches, Brazil, Business Management; Gabriel Nygard, Sweden, Spanish; Simen Kjoerven, Norway, Athletic Training; Roman Kirschner, Czech Republic, Sports Management; Anton Berglund, Sweden, Psychology; Oscar Bjornerstedt, Sweden, Sports Management; Nils Asteberg, Sweden, Business Management & Economics; Sarvis and Denniston.

International Night for the Wilmington Lions Club was Oct. 17. Nine foreign students from Wilmington College were recognized and honored during a regular meeting of the club. Students were escorted to tables and seated with club members for dining. Members and students conversed and exchanged interesting information. Mark Denniston, International Student Advisor and Director of Work Program and International Partnerships at Wilmington College, introduced each student who told of their families and country. They all mentioned how glad they were to be here. International Student Co-Advisor and Director of Public Relations Randy Sarvis helped with the presentations. From left are are Gene Snyder, President of Wilmington Lions Club; Anton Holmqvist, Sweden, Sports Management & Business; Carl Bergstrom, Sweden, Business Management; Leandro Foscaches, Brazil, Business Management; Gabriel Nygard, Sweden, Spanish; Simen Kjoerven, Norway, Athletic Training; Roman Kirschner, Czech Republic, Sports Management; Anton Berglund, Sweden, Psychology; Oscar Bjornerstedt, Sweden, Sports Management; Nils Asteberg, Sweden, Business Management & Economics; Sarvis and Denniston.
http://aimmedianetwork.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/22/2016/10/web1_kiwanis-international.jpgInternational Night for the Wilmington Lions Club was Oct. 17. Nine foreign students from Wilmington College were recognized and honored during a regular meeting of the club. Students were escorted to tables and seated with club members for dining. Members and students conversed and exchanged interesting information. Mark Denniston, International Student Advisor and Director of Work Program and International Partnerships at Wilmington College, introduced each student who told of their families and country. They all mentioned how glad they were to be here. International Student Co-Advisor and Director of Public Relations Randy Sarvis helped with the presentations. From left are are Gene Snyder, President of Wilmington Lions Club; Anton Holmqvist, Sweden, Sports Management & Business; Carl Bergstrom, Sweden, Business Management; Leandro Foscaches, Brazil, Business Management; Gabriel Nygard, Sweden, Spanish; Simen Kjoerven, Norway, Athletic Training; Roman Kirschner, Czech Republic, Sports Management; Anton Berglund, Sweden, Psychology; Oscar Bjornerstedt, Sweden, Sports Management; Nils Asteberg, Sweden, Business Management & Economics; Sarvis and Denniston. Courtesy photo