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From Lutheran Community Services September 2015
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LCS Volunteer Coordinator Cher Frampton participated in a volunteer fair at Bethel AME Church recently and caught the attention of Gov. Markell. He liked what he heard about LCS and suggested a visit, which LCS was only too happy to take him up on. He arrived promptly at 11 a.m. as planned on Friday July 31.
Jean Warren gave him the royal tour of the new building and explained LCS’s focus on helping low income people with food, homelessness prevention and other important services. A short meeting followed, and the governor offered some helpful advice on completing the financing of the new building and insights about where our services are needed most.
|Executive Director Jean Warren takes Governor|
Jack Markell on a tour of the new facility.
Before he left, the governor gave an inspiring talk to the staff and volunteers about how agencies like LCS are pitching in to help answer the critical need for social services in our community.
Walk Run Against Hunger September 19, 2015! Register or download forms online at www.lcsde.org. For
information, call 302 654 8886 x109.
|Coordinator for the Zion Pantry Richard Porto tells his|
story to the Governor with Volunteer Coordinator Cher Frampton.