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Mounds View Students Take Action for Service Dogs and Disabled Veterans

Arden Hills, MN - Students in the Mounds View High Business

 Management class have set out to raise money for Pawsitivity Service Dogs, a non-profit organization dedicated to taking dogs in from shelters to train them to become service dogs for disabled veterans and children with disabilities. The class’ goal was to raise $7,500 through an organized dinner event.

The event, which will take place on the 26th of May from 5PM-7:30PM, will be held at Ideal Hall, located at 1494 Dale Street North Saint Paul, MN 55117. Dinner willbe catered and provided by TST Creative Catering, and the night will include a silent auction with fabulous prizes and items donated from a wide range of local businesses, a raffle, and a speaker from Pawsitivity. All proceeds will go to Pawsitivity to help them train and care for service dogs for people in need.

Tickets prices are $40/ticket during the month of April, $50 from May 1 - May 12, and then $60 from May 13 - May 26 for quantities of 1-4, $50 for quantities of 5 or more, and $45 for veterans. To reserve a seat, you can email To make a cash donation, please visit

Mounds View High School is located in Arden Hills. The class consists of 31 students in grades 10-12 all with the shared passion for dogs. They are guided through this fundraising project by their teacher, with lessons on leadership and management skills. These students chose Pawsitivity for this project because of their desire to support disabled veterans as well as the rescue and rehabilitation of dogs. They were organized into departments with respective managers and assistant managers who worked together to organize separate aspects of the event.

The mission of Mustang Business Management (MBM) is to ensure that dogs who are in need of a home can be paired with veterans or children with disabilities. This is a cause that the class deeply believes in and they hope many people can help them in their effort to make a difference in their community.

For more information, contact Theresa Anderson, MBA, Ed.D. teacher
Phone: 651-621-7119