Special Luncheon Included Lots of ‘Sole’

PDCCC Soul Food Luncheon Served

Nearly 50 members of the PDCCC family participated in a special southern soul food luncheon on Feb. 28 in honor of Black History Month. The event was hosted by the Office of Student Activities and the Student Government Association.


Owner Teresa Hatch and her staff at H&H Catering of Franklin cooked and served fried chicken, baked chicken, fish, yams, collards, cornbread, lemon cake, tea and lemonade in the library that served as a “café” for the luncheon.


“A video was also presented to show the accomplishments of blacks in American history,” said Student Activities Coordinator MeChelle Blunt. “Special thanks to the library staff and Zak Wade for helping to make the event a success.”