Com­mu­nity din­ner a suc­cess


I had the great op­por­tu­nity to vol­un­teer with two of my sons at the Christ­mas Com­mu­nity Din­ner held Dec. 16 at the Vet­er­ans Memo­rial build­ing. This was our first time be­ing a part of this amaz­ing event. We en­joyed wel­com­ing guests, serv­ing food and fill­ing wa­ter cups - sim­ple tasks that helped us all feel a part of a car­ing com­mu­nity that is Tabitha’s Way. There was a win­ter storm out­side and a power out­age in­side that kept the vol­un­teers on their toes; de­spite this, the oc­ca­sion brought gen­uine smiles to those at­tend­ing.

It was touch­ing to ob­serve the at­ten­dees as they en­joyed a nice meal, lis­tened to a fan­tas­tic youth choir and an­tic­i­pated their chil­dren re­ceiv­ing a gift bag. The staff of Tabitha’s Way is con­tin­u­ally im­pres­sive. The hours put into just this event alone were ev­i­dent. They are in­cred­i­ble ex­am­ples to help out how­ever you can, to bring cheer to those around you and to show love. My chil­dren and I felt priv­i­leged to serve along­side them at this event. Emily Gun­der­son

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