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"M&Ms of Missionary Minded Members" topic for May 14 BYU devotional

Gary Arnoldson, controller at the David O. McKay School of Education, will give an address titled "The M&Ms of Missionary Minded Members" at the Brigham Young University campus devotional Tuesday, May 14, at 11:05 a.m. in Joseph Smith Auditorium.

The devotional will be broadcast live on the BYU Broadcasting channels and online at byutv.org. Rebroadcast information can be found through byutv.org/schedule. Archived devotionals are available at speeches.byu.edu.

Spring term devotionals will also be broadcast on campus at W-112 Ezra Taft Benson Building, 250 Spencer W. Kimball Tower and the Wilkinson Student Center Varsity Theatre.

Arnoldson joined the dean’s office at the McKay School of Education as the controller in 2010. He graduated with a bachelor’s degree from Utah State University and later earned an MBA. Before coming to the McKay School, he worked as controller for Snow College for 24 years.

For more information, contact Gary Arnoldson, (801) 422-3858, gary_arnoldson@byu.edu.

Writer: Hwa Lee

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