|Shirley and Howard Cox smile for the camera, as Dick Claussen loads a plate with mashed potatoes|
This is the 14th consecutive year that Moravian College has hosted a holiday luncheon for Bethlehem residents who might otherwise not be able to enjoy a seasonal feast.
Kate Cohen '14, a work study student at the Center for Leadership and Service, led the planning. "The College is grateful for an opportunity to serve the community," she said. Katie Dantsin, director of leadership development, called it an "honor."
Tickets for this holiday luncheon were distributed to needy families by New Bethany Ministries, Victory House, Trinity Episcopal Church, Fountain Hill School Family Center, Fowler Family Center, Turning Point, and Clearview Elementary School Family Center.
|Jose Luis, 4 months, takes a break with Amos|
|Brian Velavdo, age 2, exchanges "high five" with Amos|
|Amos' little helpers, Nadia and Evonna Strickland|
|Amos' big helpers, Kylie Larrison ('16) and Krystal Dering ('15)|
|Amos left after this|
|Musical entertainment, courtesy of Delta Omicron fraternity|