Monday E-Letter - July 28, 2014
Blessings – Thank you for your prayers for our ministry. Thinking about a special friend today. Lorrie – is retiring after 6 plus years as a transport volunteer. “It’s time.” said Lorrie. Lorrie will continue to support us with non-transportation efforts, as she continues to balance a checkbook for a care-receiver, and other similar items that come around. Lorrie has become a good friend, easy to visit with, and we find we support common ministries in our community. Her church recently became a food pantry in conjunction with the Idaho Food Bank, as did mine, and we have fun comparing notes. We will miss our regular conversations about the folks she transports, although I know she will ask “How is …..” for that is how Lorrie lives her life. Giving grace. Praying for many, many people. Serving God. Thank you beyond words, Lorrie and God bless you.
This edition of The Monday List shows ramps to build and in need of repair, painting to be done, handyman efforts required, and yard work listings. Thanks for your kind consideration. We continue to offer transportation opportunities, on a day and time of your choice. Lorrie volunteered on Monday and Wednesday. What’s your schedule look like? Please call Doug or Ray 509-751-9143. We’d love to visit. Thanks. God bless you.
This past week we praised God and gave thanks to Kelly and Brady for accounting work; for our donors, Circle of Friends, and Care Partners who provided financial support; Rosemary for visiting a shut-in; Carol for bringing in the mail, taking out the trash, and a visit; Doug for installing a new phone; Paul for mowing two lawns, and hauling yard waste at a third location; Paul and Mark for cutting up a wind-blown-over tree from last week’s windstorm and hauling the waste away; Dave and Paul for picking up a hospital bed from storage (St. Vincent DePaul in Clarkston) and delivering/setting it up in Asotin, and for picking up furniture from Idaho Health and Welfare storage and delivery of same to their client; and for our volunteers Cheryl, Doug, DuWayne, Elsie, Gena (new volunteer), Jerry O, Lorrie, Mark, Mary Lou, Paul, Ray, Rod, Tom, and Yvonne who completed 57 transports, including one to Spokane. God bless you.
Ray Rosch, Executive Director
Interlink Volunteers - Faith in Action
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