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Slideshow: Students serve dinner to the less fortunate

By Damon Mackin, Photographer

Shenandoah’s Spiritual Life and the Winchester Area Temporary Thermal Shelter (WATTS) took a group of students from a variety of majors to Round Hill Methodist Church on Sunday to serve dinner to the less fortunate.

The guests enjoyed a meal of lasagna, wild rice, peas, and rolls, and spent the night in the shelter.

Shenandoah University’s Spiritual Life partners with Sodexo to aid in the catering of the event. This program has been running since 2010.

The event ran from 6:30 to 8 p.m and served around 24 people. There will be another opportunity to volunteer on Sunday, March 19.

For future volunteer opportunities, contact Keith Jones Pomeroy, Kelly Hobbs, or Dlyn Celec.

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