The last post was the Mountain Press article regarding the project for a man who lost his family in a fire, had a traumatic head injury, and was living alone with no one to care for him. ACTUALLY NO! The article was about LIVE-IT and Keep Sevier Beautiful partnering together to clean up his property. But the “REAL STORY” is a man named Frank who is still alone with his two dogs when all the volunteers who came for the day go home. I do want to thank Pathways Church for sponsoring and sending lots of volunteers this past Saturday to Franks home to “make a difference”. At the end of this Saturday’s project day, Frank and I stood on his front porch looking at all had been done. His only question was “Have you found someone to live with me yet”. You see when it all comes down to it, we really don’t need things fixed…we need each other. The photos are below:
We are excited to be working with Knoxville Leadership Foundation and the USDA to increase our ability to serve more Sevier County residents who are in need. Pictured above are the three organizations in Sevier County that will be a part of this project. Exciting…
This past Saturday three students from Johnson University helped a local resident who is blind hang Christmas lights on his home.
The project started when Rick (The home owner) called his church and asked if they could help him hang Christmas lights on his home. Although Rick is blind, he wanted to help spread his Christmas cheer in his neighbornood. Rick’s church partners with LIVE-IT and activated the “Love Your Neighbor” Network and Rick is now sporting his Cheer to all who pass by his home.