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By Bev Odom/The Red River Sun—
WELLINGTON — Director Linda Duke is grateful for the efforts of certain individuals for keeping Collingsworth County Home Delivered Meals (CCHDM) running smoothly for over a month.
“We want to extend a huge thank you to Cynthia Swaim and Billy Wilkerson for filling in for me the past five weeks,” Duke said. “We can’t thank them enough for keeping things running smoothly. Thanks to Sandra Coffee as well who worked tirelessly to get the meals for our clients prepared while some of our kitchen staff quarantined for two weeks.”
Volunteers who deliver meals for clients even on snowy, icy days are very much appreciated as well. Terri Morris, Cynthia Patterson, Sarah Cantu, Jane Ham and Jeanne Taylor are the most recent additions to the team of volunteers.
Seasoned delivery assistants who have served quite some time include Vonna Brooks, Rosa Carter, Lanita Day, Fraya Hammons, Nancy Harris, John Lively, Peggy Neeley and Anne Wauer.
“We are always in need of more volunteers to drive meal delivery routes,” Duke explained. “It will take 30 to 45 minutes of your time, and we would really appreciate it. You can deliver as few or as many days as fits your schedule. We will work with you! If you are interested, please call 806-204-1740.”
Duke expressed her appreciation as well to Wellington State Bank for the generous donation of over 200 canned goods to the CCHDM program.
“We love our community,” Duke commented.