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GSOL in Jackson, N.C.:
Our GSOL meeting in Jackson, N.C. consisted of our fabulous four only this month, but we are a power house just the same. Lots of chat time is good therapy among friends as well. It’s always good to meet with kindred spirits. We continue to work on baby blankets and beanies for first time mothers in need. Larger blankets for foster children to offer comfort and something of their own, and hats and scarves as the winter approaches to give as Christmas gifts to those who would have nothing, to those out in the cold, and to others who just need to know that somebody cares.
GSOL in Jackson, N.C. made another baby blanket and beanie deliver to the Nurse and Family partnership for first time mothers in need. They are always so appreciative of the work you do, and the gifts you bring to help new mothers in 4 counties. Thank you to all who had a hand in making this possible!
We had a number of gifts to arrive from our long distance volunteers, which we appreciate more than you can possibly know. You have no idea the difference you make and how you speed the process along. Thank you from the bottom of our heart!
GSOL in Roanoke Rapids, N.C. :
The meeting in Roanoke Rapids was a good group. Great helpers showing each other what to do and how to get it done. These ladies are awesome! Working on our donation to Operation Gratitude this month and working on other things. I had forgot to tell everyone that we had put in our choices for a nursing home to help this year and Weldon was chosen this time! We do that by putting our votes in a bag and then we count them! Whoever gets the most votes wins! We have already covered Carolina Rest Home and Enfield. Our choices were down to three! Here are pics from our meeting and goodies that were donated this month:
GSOL in Ahoskie/Aulander, N.C.:
They haven’t met for the month yet, but already they delivered a nice batch of lapghans to “Stepping Stone” for the elderly in a psych unit because they complain often they are cold. I got a call before the day was done from a Supervisor there who stated how grateful the seniors are for the lap blankets and how much they love and appreciate all of you for doing this for them. Please pass this on to all who had a hand in helping you to make it possible. I am mighty proud of what you are accomplishing. How can this not make your heart smile?🙂
God love you, God keep you, and continue to bless each of you for reaching out to others with the talent in your hands. xoxo
( P.S. Please don’t forget to register to VOTE!)