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The MACC Minute June 30, 2022. We hope it will inspire you to get involved.
We served it on a roll, a lobster roll that is.
MACC’s Lobster Roll Fundraiser was a huge success with great reviews on the 115 rolls sold. Patti Thurlow and her family made a “pick-up here” sign and special shirts for our staff to wear. Look for this treat next summer and plan to enjoy it with your loved ones.
Assistant Executive Director
Progressing in the direction of a finished product!
Although we have faced obstacles of time, inclement weather, shipping delays and scheduling, we now start to see the finished product. One building project will be complete by mid-July. We look forward to a finished dwelling that supports a need in our community. Will you help us continue to progress forward? #KindnessWins
Chef Ferdinand Cruz
Community Kitchen Head Chef
Our Lobster Roll Fundraiser this past weekend was quite the success. It was great to welcome so many smiling faces. People from near and far came to support our fundraiser. Even our local and favorite Chiropractor, Zack Kollmer, took a break from his practice to grab his lobster roll. We look forward to seeing you folks for our upcoming events!
Check out our Facebook for a testimonial from Zack!
Through my own health trials and tribulations, I have found a greater need for fresh fruits and vegetables. With the cost of all food rising, it is becoming harder to eat healthy. Please think about donating any excess fresh produce from your own garden or some fresh fruits or veggies from your local grocery store.
Let’s all eat healthy together!
Community Threads Thrift Shoppe is having an Independence Day sale. All ADULT clothing, shoes, belts and purses are 50% off! In need of household items, puzzles, books, and games? All are 50% off! Come on in and shop ‘til you drop starting July 1st through July 9th (children’s clothing not included). You don’t want to miss this sale!
Community Outreach and Emergency Services Manager
One of the enjoyable parts of my job is helping individuals start to think in a forward mindset and envision a path to a better future. When they feel and believe that there is no way forward, I try to help them begin to create new, small paths forward, as small paths become walkways if you keep walking on them.
Edited and designed by Chance Wetmore
MACC Charities Social Media and Systems Specialist