Seminarian Andy Beugelsdijk delivers an armload of pizza to a Lord’s Diner truck Wednesday, June 20, at the Diner’s Hilltop location. Beugelsdijk is a member of Holy Cross Parish in Hutchinson. (Advance photo)

Two Wichita seminarians may have set a record for pizza delivery last month.
Hayden Charles, Andy Beugelsdijk, and other volunteers delivered 250 pizzas in less than two hours. It helped, though, that they only had to walk about 50 feet.
Little Caesars Love Kitchen, a mobile pizza preparation and baking facility, set up Wednesday, June 20, at The Lord’s Diner’s Hilltop location, about a block northeast of Via Christi Hospital St. Joseph in Wichita.
Diner Executive Director Jan Haberly said 2,000 slices of cheese and pepperoni pizza, a side salad and dessert was served to about 1,000 patrons that afternoon.
Two Little Caesars store owners and two managers prepared and baked the pizzas in the mobile pizza truck. They also donated the ingredients for the pies.
After the visit, the truck continued winding its way to cities west of the Mississippi River for charitable work. It last stopped at The Lord’s Diner about two years ago.