By Christina Bautista
Former MVC student Brittney Wade shared her jewelry and artwork with the Marshall community during the Foothills Fest. Wade came from Las Vegas, Nevada to pursue as a non-profit major. Her road split paths when she decided to drop out and take a new path working on her jewelry.
“I was trying to put my love for making things and my want to giving back to the community all in one,” said Wade.
Wade wants her non-profit skills to help build friendships among strangers and hopes her tokens can make more friendships possible. With each third token bought, it would be given to a random stranger as an innovative of friendship.
“Eventually I would like to bridge the gap between people.” Wade said.
Wade hopes to be apart of next year’s Foothills Fest to help build new friendships among the Marshall community.