How I Spent My Saturday Morning.

I celebrated a big event that we’ll talk about soon by helping serve lunch to the Good Neighbor Meal participants. Our guests come from a wide variety of backgrounds, as do our volunteers. Today I’m going with a blog that is mainly photos. Because if you are looking at the photos, you will see that our nation is not as badly damaged in the race relations department as some would like us to believe.

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I’ll put it simply: we had just about every ethnic group represented today in the serving line. Strangely enough, nobody once mentioned race. But gravy, chicken, green beans, smiling guests, pots and pans, and God’s love and our need to serve were all topics.

I am so proud to know these people, and to be associated with them in these good acts, that I sometimes tremble a bit.

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