Come on, Get Happy!

by Rebecca Fowler

This is year two of Fig’s LancHappy Project—a project about ordinary people finding and creating happiness in the City of Lancaster. At Fig, we believe that together we can continue to make the City a happier and healthier place to be, to live, and to love.lanchappy_1x

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

We spent the first year of Lanc Happy spreading tokens of happiness to the people and merchants in the City. In year two, we honor the people who always find a way to bring others together and spread a smile. We requested nominations through Fig’s social media channels, narrowed down the list, and asked our friends to vote. Thousands of votes were cast. Congratulations to the first King and Queen of Happy.

King Eddie Cameron is the Pastor of Christian Formation and Evangelism at First United Methodist Church. He’s a compassionate guy with an epic beard who wholeheartedly believes in serving his community. He launched the Labor for Lancaster movement and hosts Tap Talks at the Federal Taphouse for people new on their faith journey.

Queen Cindy Schlosser exudes joyfulness. When she’s not creating her next masterpiece at Gallery on Market, you might find her on the golf course with the Yayas, playing drums in her all-girl band, or volunteering as a spiritual advisor at Lancaster County Prison. If you’re looking for Cindy you’ll hear her before you see her—she’s known for her contagious laugh.

The 2016 LancHappy Project is sponsored by Willow Valley Communities. Willow Valley Communities inspired each person to embrace the possibilities of a Life Lived Forward. Thanks to the generous donations, King Eddie and Queen Cindy received a prize pack fit for royalty from Willow Valley Communities, Sweet Legacy Gourmet, Lancaster Barnstormers, and Splits & Giggles. Share in the happiness. Follow the happy on Instagram and Twitter #lanchappy and look to our website lanchappy.com to find happy events in The City of Lancaster.13319882_10154309195895774_647450819182857006_n

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