We did our 32nd quarterly adopt-a-road cleanup on Harbins Rd, Lilburn. Actual conversation while picking up trash:
Paul: I’ve never found money on a road. I’ve never even found $20.
Bart: Wow, I just found $100!
Allen: I just found $100 too!
Paul: Oh, look, I just found $20!
Come join us on one of our many adventures in reaching out to our community. We don’t find $220 very often, but we always find joy and connection 🙂
Goodies for Gardeners – We prepared blessing boxes for 25+ H2B temporary migrant workers who are working locally for 6 months. We packed supplies, prayed blessings, and penned encouragements. Bart had the pleasure of delivering boxes to and welcoming the gardeners, who came from Chihuahua, Guanajuato, Oaxaca, Colima, Jalisco and Tijuana in Mexico. They were genuinely blessed and hearts were touched by these small kindnesses. They liked that los ninos (the children) helped decorate boxes.
“You shall treat the stranger who sojourns with you as the native among you, and you shall love him as yourself, for you were strangers in the land of Egypt: I am the Lord your God.” Leviticus 19:34 (ESV)
We collected toiletries for Lilburn Co-op at our Ladies Tea!
We did our 31st quarterly adopt-a-road cleanup on Harbins Rd, Lilburn. We received a special commendation from Gwinnett Clean & Beautiful 🙂
We decorated Valentine’s cards and stuffed gift bags for the 104 residents of Meadowbrook Health and Rehab Center.