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February 22, 2020

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Weekly Update

Service Statistics

February 13, Thursday: 34
February 18, Tuesday: 49
February 20, Thursday: 53

Prayer Requests

Mary Garvin
Merydeth Tipton

Friends and family of
Daryl “Nick” Hodge

News

You are TEE-rrific!

Thank you to the 38 volunteers who joined us for dinner on Wednesday evening. We were glad to serve you and share in some fellowship. Lamar shared the pantry’s annual report and some cooking class footage with the group which we will be sharing with you all soon. Here are some photos from Wednesday!

Heart to Heart Sunday

Thank you to everyone who attended the Open House last weekend after Sunday worship services.  We had sixteen guests visit the pantry. We are also grateful to the volunteers who helped last Sunday, including those who provided cookies for the worship hospitality tables.

News from “the shop downstairs”

As you know, we share the First Community Annex building with several other ministries of the church. Most notably, the Tri-Village Trading Post which occupies the bottom floor and is a constant source of support and community for us. Here is a message from their director, Rebecca Wolfe:

Each year Trading Post volunteers choose area organizations to gift with money for their programs.  This year Choices and Huckleberry House were selected to each receive $5,000 from Trading Post.  Choices is Franklin County’s only domestic violence shelter helping protect those who are in need of escape from their domestic situations.  Huckleberry House helps youth ages 14-24 with issues facing them such as abuse, violence, neglect, poverty, and homelessness.  Many of these youth are those who have aged out of the foster care system with no place to go.

In addition, Trading Post gave back over $6500 to First Community Mission Council for the sale of items gleaned from the Garage Sale. All this, and the church received $59,000 in support of general ministries and mission efforts.

Thanks to all who donate, volunteer and shop – we are making a difference at Trading Post.

And what does the Lord
require of you
But to do justly,
To love mercy,
And to walk humbly
with your God?
Micah 6:8 NKJ

Our mission at Heart to Heart is to respond to God’s commandment to love one another.
Our vision of Heart to Heart is to model God’s love by:
Cultivating a loving community
Honoring individual gifts
Feeding bodies and souls
…and seeing everyone as a child of God

February 13, 2020

By | Weekly Update

Weekly Update

Service Statistics

February 4, Tuesday: 50
February 6, Thursday: 33
February 11, Tuesday: 55

Prayer Requests

Beverly Minister
Kitty Rohrer
Jim Schilling
Merydeth Tipton

Weekly Blog Posts

Due to vacations in the department, this post will take the place of the Saturday posts from February 8 and 15.

News

Recap from Lamar’s Vacation

I met with some movers and shakers in Guyana who are into the arts, eco-tourism, journalism, radio, and technology amongst other various fields. We sat down and had an intimate dinner and talked about life. Where we are from, our families, what’s important to us, etc. I must say outside of my time in Mississippi, I have never sat down and talked with such open people. They opened up shared things that I thought were very personal. Experiencing domestic violence, losing a loved one and more. It was so refreshing to be around such like-minded people, who were truly themselves, although they hold degrees and many titles. There was something truly human about them and how deeply they felt about life.

Friends at Dinner

From left to right: Racquel, Sonia, Stan, Mia, Anthony

Emanuel at the Beach

This is my new friend Emanuel (the human) and his not-so-friendly friend Sun Kar (Black Caiman). Emanuel is from 1 of 9 of the indigenous tribes that were first to be in Guyana. Awesome and interesting guy.

Turtle Mountain view

…and this ladies and gentlemen is Turtle Mountain! 984 ft and a sight of beauty to behold. Trees so green when the color forest green was created, I’m sure this is the picture they had in mind. Absolutely stunning. Lastly, if you look hard enough you can see the Essequibo river running east and west between the tree lines.

Hunger Hoedown

Thank you to everyone that supported us at the Hoedown last Friday. We appreciate your contribution whether you donated, volunteered or participated! We will give you fundraising results next week, but in the meantime, please enjoy these photos from the event.

Young Donor

We would also like to extend our thanks to Ethan Young, nephew of Steve and Sandra Young, our regular volunteers. Last week at the Hoedown, Ethan made a generous donation of $200 in memory of his grandfather, David. This money was earned from the sale of the matchbox cars that his grandfather had collected and left for Ethan when he passed away last year. This kind gesture shows that Ethan will continue the family’s legacy of giving.

Happy Birthday, Jill!

Our original director, Jill Thomas (pictured below) was born on Valentine’s Day, February 14.  After several years as Project Adelphos, over time the ministry grew and became known as Heart to Heart due, in part, to Jill. Also, the goal of the ministry was originally to connect individuals one-on-one. While we no longer use that model, we continue to promote the idea of community, connection and love.

Happy Valentine’s Day

Residents of Powell Senior Living spent an afternoon crafting beautiful homemade Valentine’s Day cards for the clients of Heart to Heart to deliver to their loved ones. Special cards made with lots of love!

MOFB February Order

Our February order from Mid-Ohio Foodbank totaled $993.33. Click here to view what we picked up on Monday.

January Stats

In January we served 441 Households over 8 service days. Read more about our January Statistics in the blog post.

Kroger Community Rewards

Time Period November 1, 2019 to January 31, 2020
Households participating: 274
Total donation for Heart to Heart: $ 1,177.54

Help provide for a family in need while shopping for yours. Follow this link to learn more about enrolling in the Kroger Community Rewards program benefitting Heart to Heart.

Recent Donations

Pepperidge Farm at 1174 Kenny Centre Mall has donated for the first time and we are looking forward to working with them in the future. Their donation totalled 220 pounds. Thank you to Marcy Miller for setting up this partnership.

We also received a donation from the Big Lots at 1451 W. Fifth Avenue. It included 106 pounds of dairy products and 204 pounds of dry goods.

Tri-Village Rotary club met bright and early Monday morning at Heart to Heart. They had been holding a competition to see who could solicit and contribute the most donations for us. In total, they brought us 2,901 pounds of food!

Upcoming Events

And what does the Lord
require of you
But to do justly,
To love mercy,
And to walk humbly
with your God?
Micah 6:8 NKJ

Our mission at Heart to Heart is to respond to God’s commandment to love one another.
Our vision of Heart to Heart is to model God’s love by:
Cultivating a loving community
Honoring individual gifts
Feeding bodies and souls
…and seeing everyone as a child of God

January 2020 Stats

By | Statistics

Unique Volunteers: 73

Food Donated to Other Agencies: 387 pounds

 

Service Statistics

Households 441

Seniors Served (age 60+) 230

Adults Served (18 – 59) 828

Children Served (birth – 17) 554

Individuals Served  1612

Meals Provided 14508

 

Food Received

First Community: 1362 pounds

GFS: 340 pounds

GiantEagle: 2401 pounds

Huffman’s Market: 273 pounds

Marc’s: 286 pounds

Mid-Ohio Foodbank: 9540 pounds

Purchased: 5194 pounds

Donated:  4346 pounds

Starbucks: 586 pounds

Target: 3203 pounds

Volunteer of the Month: February 2020

By | Volunteer

Claudia Dusseau

“Thursdays have become my very favorite day of the week.  It is the day that I volunteer at Heart to Heart and I have the pleasure of meeting so many wonderful and interesting clients and I get to work with the very best volunteers in the world.  It is just such a joyous place to be no matter what is going on in the world or your world.   You know that Heart to Heart will offer you kindness and calmness and a place to belong if only for a short time. I love to watch “it” happen to volunteers and clients alike when they come together to serve or be served. There is nothing like it!  Lamar wants all of us to gain something positive from our time together.  He encourages us to take the time to get to know clients and their families as we walk with them through the Heart to Heart grocery experience.  Like magic clients often open up and we all feel better being together with a common purpose…listening and sharing.”

Claudia Dusseau

February 1, 2020

By | Weekly Update

Weekly Update

Service Statistics

January 28, Tuesday: 52
January 30, Thursday: 46

Prayer Requests

Beverly Minister
Kitty Rohrer

News

Inclement Weather Policy

Heart to Heart will make every attempt to remain open during regular business hours unless there is a Level 3 Snow Emergency in Franklin County. In the event we are closed, we will make note on our voicemail, on our Facebook page and here on our webpage. Volunteers for the day will be notified via email as soon as a decision to close has been made.

Volunteer Help Needed

We currently have some specific volunteer needs and hope you will consider filling any of these roles. Please click on the link to learn more about each opportunity:

Cleaning Session from Fresh Nest

Are you or a family member currently battling cancer? Would help cleaning your home benefit your family? If so, please enter to win a drawing for a free house cleaning session! We will draw a name and notify the winner on Monday.

To enter, please send a direct private message to us via Facebook messenger including your name, address, number of beds/baths and occupants in your home.

We would love to bring some cheer to a family dealing with this hardship, with help from our friends at Fresh Nest!

Volunteer of the Month

“Thursdays have become my very favorite day of the week.  It is the day that I volunteer at Heart to Heart and I have the pleasure of meeting so many wonderful and interesting clients and I get to work with the very best volunteers in the world.  It is just such a joyous place to be no matter what is going on in the world or your world.   You know that Heart to Heart will offer you kindness and calmness and a place to belong if only for a short time. I love to watch “it” happen to volunteers and clients alike when they come together to serve or be served. There is nothing like it!  Lamar wants all of us to gain something positive from our time together.  He encourages us to take the time to get to know clients and their families as we walk with them through the Heart to Heart grocery experience.  Like magic clients often open up and we all feel better being together with a common purpose…listening and sharing.”

Claudia Dusseau

Share the Love

Thank you to Byers Subaru Dublin for their $1500 donation to Heart to Heart. This check was given as part of their Share the Love program. We are so grateful for your generosity and commitment to the community!

Pictured above are Bob Miller, Amy Caskie (H2H staff) and Keith Cordova (Byers staff). Bob is a volunteer at Heart to Heart and emplotee at Byers.

Read more about their program online.

 

Upcoming Events

Hunger Hoedown 2020 screen graphic

Friday, February 7, 6 – 8:30 pm
Grace Hall, First Community North

This family-friendly event held at the North Campus of First Community Church includes square dancing, pizza, a raffle and fun for the whole family! Proceeds raised at the event benefit Heart to Heart, an important mission of the church. Professional calling by Eddie Powell; no previous square dancing experience required.  Can’t wait to see ya’ll there!

Register

Volunteers are needed both prior to and during the event. From selling tickets and entries during worship on Sundays, to donating food items, there is an opportunity for everyone to contribute. View the opportunities and sign up online by clicking the button above.

Volunteer
Hoedown Webpage

Traditional Raffle

Between 30 and 40 smaller prizes and packages ranging in value from $20-$250 will be raffled off at the Hoedown. Entrants are required to be in attendance to win these items and tickets can not be purchased ahead-of-time for the traditional raffle items.

Each admission includes one raffle ticket which will be given when you check in at the registration table. Additional tickets will be available during the event for the cost of $1 per ticket or $5 for 6 tickets.

Grand Prize Raffle

  • Short North Romantic Date Night Package valued at $1250
  • Bluejackets Experience Package valued at $850

Two grand prize packages are offered for raffle and winners will be chosen the night of the Hoedown. Unlike the traditional raffle items, winners are not required to be in attendance to receive the grand prize raffle packages. Raffle entries can be purchased ahead-of-time online or at tables after Sunday worship, and will be available for a limited time on the night of the Hoedown.

Cost for entries in the Grand Prize raffle:

  • 1 Raffle Entry $25
  • 3 Raffle Entries $50
  • 7 Raffle Entries $100
Raffle Information and Purchase Form
* These times were incorrect in firstnews Sunday bulletin insert.
Volunteer Sign Up

And what does the Lord
require of you
But to do justly,
To love mercy,
And to walk humbly
with your God?
Micah 6:8 NKJ

Our mission at Heart to Heart is to respond to God’s commandment to love one another.
Our vision of Heart to Heart is to model God’s love by:
Cultivating a loving community
Honoring individual gifts
Feeding bodies and souls
…and seeing everyone as a child of God

January 25, 2020

By | Weekly Update

Weekly Update

Service Statistics

January 21, Tuesday: 49
January 23, Thursday: 51

Prayer Requests

Lamar Graham, for safe travels home next week!
Cheryl VanDeusen, as she continues to recover from rotator cuff surgery

News

Out of Office

As you may know, our director Lamar Graham is on vacation through February 1. He will be visiting Georgetown, Guyana, and we look forward to his return next week. In the meantime, should you have any questions or concerns, please contact Amy Caskie, Missions Administrator at (614) 488-0681 Ext. 106.

Inclement Weather Policy

Heart to Heart will make every attempt to remain open during regular business hours unless there is a Level 3 Snow Emergency in Franklin County. In the event we are closed, we will make note on our voicemail, on our Facebook page and here on our webpage. Volunteers for the day will be notified via email as soon as a decision to close has been made

Cooking from the Heart

“Here are some pictures from the January, 16 cooking class.  We made shepherds pie, popovers and Heather made a great fruity salmon salad with canned salmon from the pantry. Thanks everyone! Sorry to miss Mary and David Garvin this month.  Hope to have a “crew” back next month, for the February 20 class. Good health, safe travels and happy days until then!”

Diane Sturges, Cooking Class Coordinator

Click to see photos

MLK Day of Service

OSU students on Martin Luther King Day of Service. They stocked cupboards, carried stock, packaged diapers and pet food, flattened bags, cut paper for bins, helped me rearrange, etc. This was a terrific group of kids. They were all helpful and interested in our pantry.”

Melody Smiley, Volunteer Stocking Coordinator

Hello from South America!

Lamar sent an email with a couple of photos from his trip to Guyana and a message to share:

“Took a visit to St. George Cathedral in Georgetown, Guyana. Coincidentally, it’s located on church street and is a National Monument known as the “wooden church”. Here is me of course, taking a selfie at the Botanical Gradens. This place would be the equivalent to our Franklin Park Conservatory, except, of course, for their palm trees. Neverthless ,a beautiful place. Another cool thing here are their water lilies. In fact, a water lily is their national flower and is named after the queen of England Victoria Regia.”

Powell Senior Living

“We were recently visited by some residents and staff of Powell Senior Living (PSL). During the holidays, PSL displayed a giving tree in their lobby decorated with hats and scarves donated by the residents with the purpose of giving them to Heart to Heart clients.  Many of the beautiful items were handmade by the knitting club of PSL. We know our clients will love these and we appreciate their efforts.”

Sandra Young, Stocking Volunteer

Upcoming Events

Hunger Hoedown 2020 screen graphic

Friday, February 7, 6 – 8:30 pm
Grace Hall, First Community North

This family-friendly event held at the North Campus of First Community Church includes square dancing, pizza, a raffle and fun for the whole family! Proceeds raised at the event benefit Heart to Heart, an important mission of the church. Professional calling by Eddie Powell; no previous square dancing experience required.  Can’t wait to see ya’ll there!

Register

Volunteers are needed both prior to and during the event. From selling tickets and entries during worship on Sundays, to donating food items, there is an opportunity for everyone to contribute. View the opportunities and sign up online by clicking the button above.

Volunteer
Hoedown Webpage

Traditional Raffle

Between 30 and 40 smaller prizes and packages ranging in value from $20-$250 will be raffled off at the Hoedown. Entrants are required to be in attendance to win these items and tickets can not be purchased ahead-of-time for the traditional raffle items.

Each admission includes one raffle ticket which will be given when you check in at the registration table. Additional tickets will be available during the event for the cost of $1 per ticket or $5 for 6 tickets.

Grand Prize Raffle

  • Short North Romantic Date Night Package valued at $1250
  • Bluejackets Experience Package valued at $850

Two grand prize packages are offered for raffle and winners will be chosen the night of the Hoedown. Unlike the traditional raffle items, winners are not required to be in attendance to receive the grand prize raffle packages. Raffle entries can be purchased ahead-of-time online or at tables after Sunday worship, and will be available for a limited time on the night of the Hoedown.

Cost for entries in the Grand Prize raffle:

  • 1 Raffle Entry $25
  • 3 Raffle Entries $50
  • 7 Raffle Entries $100
Raffle Information and Purchase Form
* These times were incorrect in firstnews Sunday bulletin insert.
Volunteer Sign Up

And what does the Lord
require of you
But to do justly,
To love mercy,
And to walk humbly
with your God?
Micah 6:8 NKJ

Our mission at Heart to Heart is to respond to God’s commandment to love one another.
Our vision of Heart to Heart is to model God’s love by:
Cultivating a loving community
Honoring individual gifts
Feeding bodies and souls
…and seeing everyone as a child of God

January 18, 2020

By | Weekly Update

Weekly Update

Service Statistics

January 14, Tuesday: 70
January 16, Thursday: 51

Prayer Requests

Cheryl VanDeusen, as she recovers from rotator cuff surgery

News

Jones v. Hastings

On Monday, January 13, Jones and Hastings Middle School faced off in their annual basketball rivalry game.  While Hastings walked away with the win this year, Heart to Heart was the real winner. All attendees were encouraged to bring a donation for the food pantry. In all, families were able to donate a total of 409lbs of food. We are grateful to everyone in attendance and those who participated in the food drive! Special thanks to athletic directors Logan Erwin and Michael Schaefer for coordinating the food drive.

Thank You

Yes, you read that right! In the last quarter of 2019, our church, friends and community donated a total of $47,070. Thank you so much for helping us surpass our goal with the most ever raised during this match period. With the anonymous donor’s contribution, this means we raised $67,070 for Heart to Heart in the short period between October 1 and December 31. We are humbled by your generosity and dedication to service.

ARC Volunteers

At ARC Industries, the mission is to help people with disabilities achieve their life goals. ARC does that by supporting individuals as they access the community where they live and work, helping them develop independence, self-advocacy and skills important to employment and community membership. Recently, ARC has been volunteering at Heart to Heart. Theresa, pictured here, especially likes to work with Susan Westbrook in the quilting room. The quilts are created by volunteers and quilters from Prayers and Squares. They are then given to new or expectant mothers who are clients at the food pantry.

Out of Office

As you may know, our director Lamar Graham is on vacation through February 1. He will be visiting Georgetown, Guyanna, and we look forward to seeing the photos when he returns. In the meantime, should you have any questions or concerns, please contact Amy Caskie, Missions Administrator at (614) 488-0681 Ext. 106.

Holiday Closings

The church is closed Monday in observance of Martin Luther King day. However, Heart to Heart is open for our typical volunteer shifts. We will also be visited by several students from Ohio State as they perform their annual Day of Service.

Click for 2020 Holiday Closings

Inclement Weather Policy

Heart to Heart will make every attempt to remain open during regular business hours unless there is a Level 3 Snow Emergency in Franklin County. In the event we are closed, we will make note on our voicemail, on our Facebook page and here on our webpage. Volunteers for the day will be notified via email as soon as a decision to close has been made.

Upcoming Events

Hunger Hoedown 2020 screen graphic
Register

Friday, February 7, 6 – 8:30 pm
Grace Hall, First Community North

This family-friendly event held at the North Campus of First Community Church includes square dancing, pizza, a raffle and fun for the whole family! Proceeds raised at the event benefit Heart to Heart, an important mission of the church. Professional calling by Eddie Powell; no previous square dancing experience required.  Can’t wait to see ya’ll there!

Volunteer

Volunteers are needed both prior to and during the event. From selling tickets and entries during worship on Sundays, to donating food items, there is an opportunity for everyone to contribute. View the opportunities and sign up online by clicking the button above.

Hoedown Webpage

Traditional Raffle

Between 30 and 40 smaller prizes and packages ranging in value from $20-$250 will be raffled off at the Hoedown. Entrants are required to be in attendance to win these items and tickets can not be purchased ahead-of-time for the traditional raffle items.

Each admission includes one raffle ticket which will be given when you check in at the registration table. Additional tickets will be available during the event for the cost of $1 per ticket or $5 for 6 tickets.

Grand Prize Raffle

Two grand prize packages are offered for raffle and winners will be chosen the night of the Hoedown. Unlike the traditional raffle items, winners are not required to be in attendance to receive the grand prize raffle packages. Raffle entries can be purchased ahead-of-time online or at tables after Sunday worship, and will be available for a limited time on the night of the Hoedown.

Cost for entries in the Grand Prize raffle:

  • 1 Raffle Entry $25
  • 3 Raffle Entries $50
  • 7 Raffle Entries $100
Raffle

Click button above to purchase entries in the Grand Prize raffles.

And what does the Lord
require of you
But to do justly,
To love mercy,
And to walk humbly
with your God?
Micah 6:8 NKJ

Our mission at Heart to Heart is to respond to God’s commandment to love one another.
Our vision of Heart to Heart is to model God’s love by:
Cultivating a loving community
Honoring individual gifts
Feeding bodies and souls
…and seeing everyone as a child of God

Community Partners 2019

By | Uncategorized

Every gift we receive is a blessing to our ministry and those we serve- families we see in our community every day. We wish to thank these generous organizations for their contributions to our success in service to our community in 2019.  We, in turn, encourage you to patronize and support these community businesses and organizations as they have supported us.

Al Becker Insurance

Aldi #6

Alpha Phi Omega

Anthem

Aramark Refreshment Services

Barrington Elementary School

Big Lots #5356

Byers Auto

CareSource

CHOICES for Victims of Domestic Violence

Christ N Us

Church of Christ of the Apostolic Faith

CityScene Media Group

Colin’s Coffee

Columbus Arts Festival

Columbus Foundation

Columbus Souper Heroes

Community Employment Assistance Network

CROP Hunger Walk

DeMary Truck

DK Diner

Edison Intermediate and Larry Larson Middle School

Food Soldier

Friends of the Homeless

Giant Eagle at Kingsdale Center

Giant Eagle Market District

Gordon Food Services (GFS) at Hilliard-Rome

Hilliard Food Pantry- Hilliard Community Assistance Council FP

Homeless Families Foundation

Huffman’s Market

IMPACT

Jones Middle School

Kroger Co.

Little Caesar’s

Marc’s

Mid-Ohio Foodbank

Penzey’s Spices

Pets without Parents

Prayers and Squares

Resurrection Evangelical Lutheran Church

Seeds of Hope Garden

Star House

Starbucks Coffee

Stevenson Elementary School

Target at Hilliard-Rome

The Church Triumphant

Tri-Village Rotary Club

United Healthcare

Upper Arlington High School & PTO

Watkins Elementary

Wickliffe Elementary School

YWCA Columbus

 

We are also grateful for our partnerships within First Community Church:

  • Camp Akita
  • First Community Church Foundation
  • First Community Church Preschool
  • First Community Church Women’s Guilds
  • Monday Night Meals
  • Mary Evans Child Development Center
  • Mats for the Homeless
  • Prayers and Squares
  • Refugee Task Force
  • Share and Learn Gardens
  • Tri-Village Trading Post
  • Warm Welcome Knitters

 

Holidays 2020

By | Uncategorized

Holiday Closings

The church building will be closed in observance of these holidays, but the pantry will be open for volunteer shifts only. These are not regular service days for clients.

  • Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Day (1/20/20)
  • President’s Day (2/17/19)
  • Good Friday (4/10/19)
  • Easter Monday (4/23/19)
  • Memorial Day (5/25/19)
  • Labor Day (9/7/19)

We will be closed for all client service hours and volunteer shifts on the following dates to observe holidays. Please plan accordingly.

Independence Day

  • Friday, July 3

Thanksgiving

  • Wednesday November 25 through Friday November 27

Christmas

  • Closed Saturday December 19 through Sunday January 3
    • Friday December 18 will be the last volunteer day of 2020
    • Monday January 4 is first volunteer day of 2021

Thanksgiving

Heart to Heart does not distribute Thanksgiving Baskets in the pantry.

 

Christmas

Applications for our program, Christmas Presence, open on October 1.

 

Additional Resources

Please refer to HandsOn CentralOhio’s online guide for additional holiday assistance programs.


Inclement Weather Policy

Heart to Heart will make every attempt to remain open during regular business hours unless there is a Level 3 Snow Emergency in Franklin County. In the event we are closed, we will make note on our voicemail, on our Facebook page and here on our webpage. Volunteers for the day will be notified via email as soon as a decision to close has been made.

Volunteer of the Month: January 2020

By | Volunteer

Team Paul

“My best friend Paul Maynard and I have been volunteering for Heart to Heart over the past three years. We are food ‘mules’,  the easiest job imaginable— we pick up food donations from Target at the loading dock and bring them to the pantry at First Community Church each Friday. The best part of our involvement is that we do not have to do any administrative work and act like responsible adults, other than just remembering to go each week. We are inspired by the incredible generosity of the employees at the Target store who always interrupt their work routine to quickly gather food donations. We encounter many volunteers from church who are unfailingly enthusiastic, optimistic, and focused on their work. A monthly greeting from Lamar is enough to keep us inspired for, well I guess, indefinitely.  We are the poster boys receiving more than we give.”

-Paul Dusseau

Volunteer of the Month 012020

Paul Dusseau and Paul Maynard