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Our Heartfelt Thanks

We would like to extend our heartfelt thanks to the volunteers from the Congregation, Parents, and children of Mom’s Morning Out Program “MMO” and participants of the Recovery Program Actively Happening at the FPCE “Cottage” for all the work and dedication displayed the last couple of days. They moved and spread what felt like 3 tons (It was actually 30 yards) of pine mulch to the back and front of the Fellowship Hall and the Playground. Many of them also volunteered to build a 10x10 sandbox that will be used by our guests and all of our children's programs and even planted some plants and bushes around the church office. The windows and door of our church office have received a much-needed TLC.

All your hard work has already made a large difference in our campus, and we are grateful for your dedication, time, and talents. Now we pray for those blisters to heal soon. Ha!

In all honesty, the mulch you moved will help prevent erosion, care for bushes and plants, and, most definitely, protect our children as they play and discover all our campus has to offer. Your plants and bushes will provide the right aesthetic look, and we welcome hundreds of people to our campus every week.

We know gardening and moving mulch can be hard work, but your enthusiasm and commitment to our project made it all possible. Your willingness to get your hands dirty and help us achieve our goals is a testament to your kindness and generosity.

We also thank the organizers and donors who helped plan and coordinate this project. Those who cooked the foot, coordinated the work, brought the tools, and cleaned afterward. Your hard work behind the scenes made it possible for the volunteers to have a successful and productive day.

In conclusion, we want to express our sincere gratitude to all the volunteers from the congregation, MMO program, and Recovery Ministry happening at the Cottage who participated in this project. Your hard work and dedication have impacted our community, and we are grateful for everything you have done. We pray that you will continue to support us in our efforts to make our community a better place to live.

Thank you once again, and we look forward to working with you again in the future.

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