BARNES & NOBLE EVENT FOR BRANDON’S FOREVER HOME-Several student clubs at Luzerne County Community College recently joined together to raise funds and awareness for Brandon’s Forever Home of Hazleton. Members of the Adult Learners’ Association, Circle K, NAACP Chapter, Music Club and Choral Arts Club volunteered to conduct a kids fun day hosted by Barnes and Noble at the Arena Hub Plaza, Wilkes-Barre. LCCC students read stories, made crafts, held raffles and did face painting for children who attended. Music was provided by Alex O’Brien, an LCCC student. Shown are, front from left: Christine Schultz, Freeland, representative, Brandon’s Forever Home; Angel Mathis, member, Adult Learners Association; and Michael Mera, representative, Brandon’s Forever Home. Back: Dr. Deborah Vilegi-Payne, Mountain Top, dean, Health Sciences, LCCC; Sally Healey, adjunct faculty, LCCC; Barbara Toohil, representative, Brandon’s Forever Home; Donna Wench, community business development manager, Barnes & Noble Booksellers; Luanne Russin, president, Adult Learners Association and secreaty, Circle K Club; Mary Sullivan, director, Student Activities and Athletics, LCCC; Trish Dixon, vice president, Adult Learners Association and member, Circle K Club; and Ed Hennigan, assistant director, Admissions, LCCC. LCCC student clubs are active in supporting various social service and community organizations throughout the school year. For more information about Brandon’s Forever Home or student activities at LCCC, contact Mary Sullivan, Director of Student Life and Athletics at 1-800-377-522-7429.