Abington Journal

Keystone College volunteers bring Easter cheer to Abington Manor

S. ABINGTON TWP. — Volunteers from Keystone College and the community shared an Easter program with Abington Manor residents on March 28. The group sang Easter songs, did the Bunny Hop and other fun dances, and gave each resident a stuffed animal. Joe Adcroft, from Krispy Kreme Doughnuts, also brought donuts for everyone.

Performing the ‘Chicken Dance’ for residents at Abington Manor are, from left, Julia Stapleton, Linda Wandalowski, Siara Valentine, Dot Graf, Joe Graf, Ann Marie Zakarauskas and Bill Frye.
https://www.theabingtonjournal.com/wp-content/uploads/2018/04/web1_ABJ-Key-Manor-1.jpgPerforming the ‘Chicken Dance’ for residents at Abington Manor are, from left, Julia Stapleton, Linda Wandalowski, Siara Valentine, Dot Graf, Joe Graf, Ann Marie Zakarauskas and Bill Frye. Submitted photo
Clarks Summit residents Joe and Dot Graf dance a polka during the Easter program.
https://www.theabingtonjournal.com/wp-content/uploads/2018/04/web1_ABJ-Key-Manor-2.jpgClarks Summit residents Joe and Dot Graf dance a polka during the Easter program. Submitted photo
Performing for residents at Abington Manor are, from left, Dot Graf, of Clarks Summit; Linda Wandalowski, of Clarks Summit; Keystone College student Julia Stapleton, of Morganville, N.J.; Keystone College student Siara Valentine, of Meshoppen; Joe Graf, of Clarks Summit; Joe Adcroft, of Clarks Summit; and Bill Frye, of Easton.
https://www.theabingtonjournal.com/wp-content/uploads/2018/04/web1_ABJ-Key-Manor-3.jpgPerforming for residents at Abington Manor are, from left, Dot Graf, of Clarks Summit; Linda Wandalowski, of Clarks Summit; Keystone College student Julia Stapleton, of Morganville, N.J.; Keystone College student Siara Valentine, of Meshoppen; Joe Graf, of Clarks Summit; Joe Adcroft, of Clarks Summit; and Bill Frye, of Easton. Submitted photo