The Hancock-Henderson Quill, Inc.

The Activities In Small Towns

by Dessa Rodeffer, Quill Publisher/Owner

November 17, 2010

For the most part, everyone is up to something.

That is- up to something good!

They hold fund-raisers, take out people's crops, pay for others' lunches, buy kids coats & shoes, & books, even instruments at times.

They'll clean a home, mow a yard, cook a meal, visit the lonely and the shut-in, take food to a neighbor, send a card, volunteer for the ambulance, or the fire department, and the booster clubs.

They will drive someone to the hospital, have bake sales, car washes, bazaars, dinners, sew quilts for raffles or for Christmas stores for the needy, knit a blanket for a friend. Give blood. Take others out for dinner. Put on events to honor our U.S. Veterans, and others who serve our communities and public offices. Plan parades, town activities, park improvements, and now as Thanksgiving and Christmas nears, the businesses and community are busy planning a Holiday Walk for your fun. Please take time to attend and enjoy being a part of your generous and hard-working community.