Students and faculty members from Queen’s College prepared a meal for families at Ronald MacDonald House (RMH) on Saturday March 03. The Student Association collected funds to purchase the items needed to prepare roast chicken dinner. The team lead for the project was Dale Careen, (1st year Theology), along with fellow students John Sparkes (3rd year theology) and Anna Rowsell (3rd year theology). Also, the project had special significance for two of the student participants: Charlie Cox (2nd year Theology) who is a survivor of childhood cancer and Eleanor Ash (3rd year Theology) had a granddaughter from Labrador diagnosed with leukemia and experienced the hospitality and care of RMH. Faculty members, Dr. Carmel Doyle (Director of Student Programs) and Dr. Rick Singleton (Provost) contributed to the cooking and cleaning. A rewarding experience for all involved.