To the editor:
On the final day of Thanksgiving, Farmers to Households made a truck supply of bins of meals and produce to Emmetsburg. Many in our county benefited. The supply was SO well timed.
On Saturday February 20 one other supply is anticipated. “THANK YOU” to Sandy Iwen, Elderbridge, Palo Alto Council on Ageing and Bethany Lutheran, Pastor Peter and ALL volunteers.
Our Ruthven Methodist Church has been utilizing our summer time frozen neighborhood produce, including extra produce, and delivering “Sacks of smiles” as a neighborhood mission venture for a lot of inmates this winter.
We’ll ship these FARMERS TO FAMILY bins to those Ruthven residents. With permission to be quoted, Denise wrote: “I wish to thank every one in all you for remembering me in prayer, baggage of smiles and placing down bins of meals.” Ruth says: “I am superb as my daughter will help me, however the further meals is SO appreciated. Please share my thanks and God bless you all. “ Retired pastor Invoice Smith and his spouse stated: “We actually recognize the meals, seeing a masked smiley face on the door and placing the meals down. It makes us very grateful. “
This meals distribution is open to EVERYONE in our county. Contemplate selecting up a field and sharing with a neighbor or shutting your self up. A particular due to FARMERS TO FAMILIES and our native coordinators and volunteers.
STAY SAFE and WEAR A MASK (or two).
(signed) Maureen Reeves Horsley
Ruthven United Methodist Church