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Many hands…

Along the lines of holiday traditions, my neighborhood adopted three children to surprise with presents at Christmas time.  In lieu of our regular monthly luncheon, we met at Bradford Hall, our club house, to socialize and wrap presents.  It was a joyful and pleasant change from our routine.  Here are some snapshots of the work made light by many hands working together.  We represent just a few households.  Our entire community, through Guardian Angel Program – Wake County, reached out to many more families with gifts and necessities to help them enjoy the holiday season.

7 thoughts on “Many hands…

  1. Wow that was unusual. I just wrote an very long comment but after I clicked submit my comment didn’t show up.
    Grrrr… well I’m not writing all that over again. Anyways,
    just wanted to say excellent blog!


  2. Greetings from Colorado! I’m bored to death at work so I decided to check out your site on my iphone during lunch break.
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  3. We’re just establishing our traditions as a neighborhood, and this group’s monthly luncheon’s are such a good idea. Adding in the activism for social causes just makes it better. We only include those with 100 in our Abbey View Way street address in order to keep the number at about 30 participants. We live on a long street! The 200s and 300s have formed their own groups, I think. Thanks for reading and responding. If it’s cold in MN, I hope you have some snow to go along with it!


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