Keystone College students volunteer at variety of service projects

A group of Keystone College students recently spent a day volunteering at the Endless Mountains Nature Center. From left, first row, are Jessica White, of Corry; Jasmine Gage, of Duryea; Carmen Oakley, of Nicholson; Ty Sharrow, of Lehighton; Erika Schwoyer, of Bethlehem. Second row, Nichole Giani, of Bangor; Mason Crouthamel, of Birdsboro; Taylor Stein, of Honesdale; Joshua Walters, of Tunkhannock, and Ashley Rutcavage, of Tunkhannock. - Submitted photos
Volunteers from Keystone College clean up a trail Oct. 6 at the Endless Mountains Nature Center near Tunkhannock. - Submitted photos
Rebecca Lesko, of the Endless Mountains Nature Center, introduces a red tailed hawk to Keystone College students, who spent a day volunteering at the center. - Submitted photos
Keystone College students volunteer at the the Seven Loaves Soup Kitchen in Tunkhannock. From left, first row, Tare emitope Adesanya, of Tobyhanna; and Samantha Layne-Perkins, of Wyalusing. Second row, Tabitha Lee, of Bensalem; Emily Roazi, of Carbondale; Donna Shaffer, Seven Loaves Soup Kitchen mission coordinator; Benjamin Hawes, of Bangor; and Rachael Scaturro, of Thornhurst. - - Submitted photos
Emily Roazi, of Carbondale, chops carrots at the Seven Loaves Soup Kitchen in Tunkhannock. - - Submitted photos
Maria Fanning, coordinator of civic engagement and service learning at Keystone College, prepares a salad at the Seven Loaves Soup Kitchen in Tunkhannock. - - Submitted photos
From left, Benjamin Hawes, of Bangor, and Donna Shaffer, of the Seven Loaves Soup Kitchen, dish out salad for kitchen patrons. - - Submitted photos
From left, Keystone College students Emily Roazi, of Carbondale, Samantha Layne-Perkins, of Wyalusing, and Benjamin Hawes, of Bangor, help prepare food at Seven Loaves Soup Kitchen in Tunkhannock. - - Submitted photos
Rachael Scaturro, of Thornhurst, and Tabitha Lee, of Bensalem, wash dishes at the Seven Loaves Soup Kitchen in Tunkhannock. - - Submitted photos
From left, Djibril Mahanga, of Lubbock, Texas, Christian Byayingabo, of Baltimore, Md., and James Johnson, of Silver Springs, Md., read to children at Helping Hands Learning Center in Clarks Summit. - - Submitted photos
James Johnson, of Silver Springs, Md.; Christian Byayingabo, Baltimore, Md.; Austin Sperry, of Davenport, N.Y.; Tabitha Lee, of Bensalem; Samantha Layne-Perkins, of Wyalusing; Djibril Mahanga, of Lubbock, Texas; and Frances Maddock, of Carbondale. - - Submitted photos

LA PLUME — Several Keystone College students, under the supervision of Maria Fanning, coordinator of civic engagement and service learning, recently completed a variety of community service projects. From landscaping at the Endless Mountains Nature Center, to food service at the Seven Loaves Soup kitchen, to childcare at the Helping Hands Learning Center, the students kept busy, volunteering their time.

A group of Keystone College students recently spent a day volunteering at the Endless Mountains Nature Center. From left, first row, are Jessica White, of Corry; Jasmine Gage, of Duryea; Carmen Oakley, of Nicholson; Ty Sharrow, of Lehighton; Erika Schwoyer, of Bethlehem. Second row, Nichole Giani, of Bangor; Mason Crouthamel, of Birdsboro; Taylor Stein, of Honesdale; Joshua Walters, of Tunkhannock, and Ashley Rutcavage, of Tunkhannock.
https://www.theabingtonjournal.com/wp-content/uploads/2017/11/web1_ABJ-Key-Service-01.jpgA group of Keystone College students recently spent a day volunteering at the Endless Mountains Nature Center. From left, first row, are Jessica White, of Corry; Jasmine Gage, of Duryea; Carmen Oakley, of Nicholson; Ty Sharrow, of Lehighton; Erika Schwoyer, of Bethlehem. Second row, Nichole Giani, of Bangor; Mason Crouthamel, of Birdsboro; Taylor Stein, of Honesdale; Joshua Walters, of Tunkhannock, and Ashley Rutcavage, of Tunkhannock. Submitted photos

Volunteers from Keystone College clean up a trail Oct. 6 at the Endless Mountains Nature Center near Tunkhannock.
https://www.theabingtonjournal.com/wp-content/uploads/2017/11/web1_ABJ-Key-Service-02.jpgVolunteers from Keystone College clean up a trail Oct. 6 at the Endless Mountains Nature Center near Tunkhannock. Submitted photos

Rebecca Lesko, of the Endless Mountains Nature Center, introduces a red tailed hawk to Keystone College students, who spent a day volunteering at the center.
https://www.theabingtonjournal.com/wp-content/uploads/2017/11/web1_ABJ-Key-Service-03.jpgRebecca Lesko, of the Endless Mountains Nature Center, introduces a red tailed hawk to Keystone College students, who spent a day volunteering at the center. Submitted photos

Keystone College students volunteer at the the Seven Loaves Soup Kitchen in Tunkhannock. From left, first row, Tare emitope Adesanya, of Tobyhanna; and Samantha Layne-Perkins, of Wyalusing. Second row, Tabitha Lee, of Bensalem; Emily Roazi, of Carbondale; Donna Shaffer, Seven Loaves Soup Kitchen mission coordinator; Benjamin Hawes, of Bangor; and Rachael Scaturro, of Thornhurst.
https://www.theabingtonjournal.com/wp-content/uploads/2017/11/web1_ABJ-Key-Service-04.jpgKeystone College students volunteer at the the Seven Loaves Soup Kitchen in Tunkhannock. From left, first row, Tare emitope Adesanya, of Tobyhanna; and Samantha Layne-Perkins, of Wyalusing. Second row, Tabitha Lee, of Bensalem; Emily Roazi, of Carbondale; Donna Shaffer, Seven Loaves Soup Kitchen mission coordinator; Benjamin Hawes, of Bangor; and Rachael Scaturro, of Thornhurst. Submitted photos

Emily Roazi, of Carbondale, chops carrots at the Seven Loaves Soup Kitchen in Tunkhannock.
https://www.theabingtonjournal.com/wp-content/uploads/2017/11/web1_ABJ-Key-Service-05.jpgEmily Roazi, of Carbondale, chops carrots at the Seven Loaves Soup Kitchen in Tunkhannock. Submitted photos

Maria Fanning, coordinator of civic engagement and service learning at Keystone College, prepares a salad at the Seven Loaves Soup Kitchen in Tunkhannock.
https://www.theabingtonjournal.com/wp-content/uploads/2017/11/web1_ABJ-Key-Service-06.jpgMaria Fanning, coordinator of civic engagement and service learning at Keystone College, prepares a salad at the Seven Loaves Soup Kitchen in Tunkhannock. Submitted photos

From left, Benjamin Hawes, of Bangor, and Donna Shaffer, of the Seven Loaves Soup Kitchen, dish out salad for kitchen patrons.
https://www.theabingtonjournal.com/wp-content/uploads/2017/11/web1_ABJ-Key-Service-07.jpgFrom left, Benjamin Hawes, of Bangor, and Donna Shaffer, of the Seven Loaves Soup Kitchen, dish out salad for kitchen patrons. Submitted photos

From left, Keystone College students Emily Roazi, of Carbondale, Samantha Layne-Perkins, of Wyalusing, and Benjamin Hawes, of Bangor, help prepare food at Seven Loaves Soup Kitchen in Tunkhannock.
https://www.theabingtonjournal.com/wp-content/uploads/2017/11/web1_ABJ-Key-Service-08.jpgFrom left, Keystone College students Emily Roazi, of Carbondale, Samantha Layne-Perkins, of Wyalusing, and Benjamin Hawes, of Bangor, help prepare food at Seven Loaves Soup Kitchen in Tunkhannock. Submitted photos

Rachael Scaturro, of Thornhurst, and Tabitha Lee, of Bensalem, wash dishes at the Seven Loaves Soup Kitchen in Tunkhannock.
https://www.theabingtonjournal.com/wp-content/uploads/2017/11/web1_ABJ-Key-Service-09.jpgRachael Scaturro, of Thornhurst, and Tabitha Lee, of Bensalem, wash dishes at the Seven Loaves Soup Kitchen in Tunkhannock. Submitted photos

From left, Djibril Mahanga, of Lubbock, Texas, Christian Byayingabo, of Baltimore, Md., and James Johnson, of Silver Springs, Md., read to children at Helping Hands Learning Center in Clarks Summit.
https://www.theabingtonjournal.com/wp-content/uploads/2017/11/web1_ABJ-Key-Service-10.jpgFrom left, Djibril Mahanga, of Lubbock, Texas, Christian Byayingabo, of Baltimore, Md., and James Johnson, of Silver Springs, Md., read to children at Helping Hands Learning Center in Clarks Summit. Submitted photos

James Johnson, of Silver Springs, Md.; Christian Byayingabo, Baltimore, Md.; Austin Sperry, of Davenport, N.Y.; Tabitha Lee, of Bensalem; Samantha Layne-Perkins, of Wyalusing; Djibril Mahanga, of Lubbock, Texas; and Frances Maddock, of Carbondale.
https://www.theabingtonjournal.com/wp-content/uploads/2017/11/web1_ABJ-Key-Service-12.jpgJames Johnson, of Silver Springs, Md.; Christian Byayingabo, Baltimore, Md.; Austin Sperry, of Davenport, N.Y.; Tabitha Lee, of Bensalem; Samantha Layne-Perkins, of Wyalusing; Djibril Mahanga, of Lubbock, Texas; and Frances Maddock, of Carbondale. Submitted photos