Honor society invites K-5th graders to make crafts and snacks
Lincoln College’s Iota Chi Chapter of Phi Theta Kappa Honor Society will host “Snacks with Santa” from 1 to 3 p.m. on Saturday, Dec. 6, in the Meyer-Evans Student Center at Lincoln College. Children in Kindergarten through 5th grade are invited to join Iota Chi Chapter members making Christmas-themed crafts and create their own snack mix. The cost for each child participating is the donation of a new children’s book which will be donated to the Lincoln Jaycee’s Angel Tree project.
When asked about the event, Iota Chi Chapter President Elizabeth Herzog, a sophomore from Lincoln, explained, “Our honor society wanted to create a fun event for the children of Lincoln, and help them make memories they can keep.”
In addition to making crafts and having snacks, each child will have their picture taken with Santa. 74K Photography of Lincoln will be taking the photos, which will be posted on the 74K Photography website for parents to download and print. Chris and Michelle Hanson, owners of 74K Photography, have been long-time supporters of Phi Theta Kappa’s charitable efforts. Chris noted, “We are excited to provide photographic memories for “Snacks with Santa” participants.”