A favorite holiday tradition continued with The London Chop House Sing-a-Long luncheon benefitting The Salvation Army. Guests enjoyed the musical stylings of jazz vocalist, Nicole New and caroled alongside The Salvation Army Divisional Brass Band. Mildred Gaddis of WCHB-AM emceed the festive event.
Longtime Salvation Army supporters, Tom and Diane Schoenith and The London Chop House owners, Ellena, Nico and Maria Gatzaros were be among those attending.  Other guests taking part of the Sing-a-Long event were Richard and Jane Manoogian, Dr. Don and Dale Austin and Sam and Katie Valenti.
Funds raised during the Sing-a-Long event will help The Salvation Army realize its 2014 Red Kettle Campaign goal of $9 million.
 
History:

The London Chop House Sing-a-Long began in the 1970s as a way for friends and philanthropists to celebrate the season by giving back to The Salvation Army. Since 2012, The London Chop House has adopted The Salvation Army as its charity of choice during the Christmas season to provide much-needed assistance to local families. The Schoeniths and the Gatzaros family are credited for bringing back the popular holiday tradition at The London Chop House.