Helping Hands for Christ serve community

Helping Hands for Christ had a very good day of service Monday, June 12th. 
There were nine junior high and senior high students who gave of their time to serve others.

They were, Bermardo Camachho, Jameson Dobler, Madelyn Daugherty, Addie Hodson, Abbie Kromarek, Colt Kromarek, Karter Lingenfelter, Kohen Lingenfelter and Emma Sauser.
Adults sponsoring the team were, Joan Alexander, Kelly Lingenfelter, Steve Peterson and Eileen Bramer.

A breakfast of egg casserole, rolls, and fruit was served to the group by the Catholic and Congo ladies. 

The Helping Hands for Christ team traveled to Norfolk to serve at Mercy Meals. In their aprons, head cover, and clean hands they worked in an assembly line to bag meals. The content placed in each bag was rice, soy, chicken base, and dried vegetables. The group bagged 12 boxes with 32 bags each.  That would equal 2,596 meals that will travel somewhere in the world. 
Upon returning to Plainview a lunch of walking tacos and bars was served to the team by the Methodist ladies.

The afternoon was spent helping local property owners by washing windows, cleaning gutters, trimming bushes, and landscaping. The boys of the Helping Hands for Christ group helped Steve Peterson and Jeremy Tarr taken down a rickety fence by the old telemarketing building. 
“These young people need encouragement for their willingness to serve,” said sponsor Eileen Bramer.