On April 18th, PFS hosted an Appreciation Brunch for the scheduled volunteers who act as receptionists and food transporters who give of their time on a monthly basis. The luncheon, as always, was delightful. How nice it is to relax and appreciate all those friendly volunteers – they are grand people.
The following poem was read by Kay Hurd to sincerely thank everyone for their faithful service:
Once upon eternity,
above the clouds so high,
there were some chosen angels
who had no wings to fly.
Their hands were made for helping
their hearts were tender too.
Their smiles were warm and happy
and glowed as halos do.
So God sent down these angels,
because they were such dears,
to spread their gentle love on earth.
We call them VOLUNTEERS.
Mary Bali & Kay Hurd