Phillies' Management Serves Lunches at a Homeless Shelter
by KYW's John Ostapkovich
Charity begins at home -- or at home plate, in one case, as the Phillies' front-office staff served up a feast at a Philadelphia homeless shelter on Wednesday.
"Want a drumstick?"
Usually the answer was "yes" as dozens of homeless men and women at the Bethesda Project, tucked away just north of 9th and Callowhill Streets, got championship service.
Diane Coleman is operations manager at the shelter:
"It's a wonderful thing that they did. The food is awesome. You know the guys love to eat a good meal, and they provided a fabulous meal -- turkey and the fixings."
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