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Peanut Butter Drive at the Greenfield Fire Department

Sixty fire stations will host peanut butter food drives and serve as public drop off sites for the Hunger Task Force.

Some are waiting to win the lottery, for their ship to come in, for tomorrow …

… I'll make a difference tomorrow …  

We have some great kids that are a part of a team. Elim's youth decided to make a difference by buying peanut butter.

Isn't it amazing how little it cost's & how easy it is to make a difference - 

see someone hungry - just help them out - you don't have to feed them for the rest of their life.

see someone cold - don't wait till you can afford to pay their lifetime utility bills - just get them a coat.

see someone lonely - you feel unworthy to fix all of their problems - so ….  what … you just look the other way?? … no, you know, you can just listen... just be a friend … YOU CAN make a difference… 

THIS IS a GREAT CAUSE -

a jar of peanut butter … taken to a FIRE station - here is something ... something YOU can do … 
making a difference with as little as a jar of peanut butter - 

don't "wait till tomorrow"

got a couple of bucks?? 

go buy a jar of peanut butter and stop by a FIRE STATION near you 

(preferably in greenfield, tell em chaplain steve sent you)

...so proud of our youth - 

go team~elim

go team~elim

go team~elim … go...

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Steve Rogers January 20, 2013 at 02:04 AM
yeah, that's what I said, "wim the lottery."
Steve Rogers January 21, 2013 at 09:43 PM
start 2013 off on the BEST foot possible ... giving to someone in need - here is a GREAT way to do just that - "He who gives to the poor will lack nothing, but he who closes his eyes to them receives many curses." - prov. 28.27 (niv) - Christianity 101

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