Becky and Jim sticking the shelves
Jim and his Georgia Bulldog hat
Ed cutting down boxes
Mary not quite ready for a picture
Nestor working at the computer
Barbara making sure Nestor is OK
Mary is putting the bread into the bags to get the day going. Barbara checks in the clients at the window. Bridget talks to the clients at the door and makes up extra bags.
Bridget, Jim and Geri outside the door just about ready to open for the morning. Geri is making goody bags. The box on the red push cart has meat today because Jim was able to buy it cheap at Second Harvest. Today we could also give our clients sausage and lunch meat to add to their packages. When Jim can get it, he buys meats for about twenty cents a pound. It makes a wonderful addition for our clients when it is available.
St. Vincent De Paul
at Blessed Trinity
Geri heading to the door to open up Saturday morning January 25, 2014.
Geri making up goody bags that are a little extra. The grocery bags are filled with nutritious staples which we carry to the client's car. The goody bags are small bags with snacks when they are available like chips or cookies or crackers. It adds a little fun and a little spice for our clients.
January 25, 2014