The Lord’s Table feeds a hot meal to 60 to 70 people a day, five days a week. St. James’ Episcopal Church also runs a food pantry.
“I’m happy as a clam,” said Mason, when asked about her thoughts on the work of the student volunteers, saying that they’d helped out on a particularly busy day. “For us to get everything done is wonderful.”
The freshmen also appeared to appreciate the work they were doing at The Lord’s Table.
“I had never been to a soup kitchen before,” said Julia Caparotta, a childhood education major from Long Island. “It was a good experience.”
“I really wanted to get involved in the community as fast as I could, and I wanted to meet new people that were also interested in doing community service,” said Maegan Crawford, an early elementary education major from Stormville. “It’s been awesome.”