Fuge ~ Thanks Once Again!

Updated: Apr 1, 2020

We would not have survived the summer without volunteers from Fuge. A zillion weeds and small trees were removed as we had no time to keep up with yard work, due to a year of cancer drama. It's been almost a year since Chuck's surgery. It's a long recovery time from losing a kidney and having the other shut down for a while. He's not quite up to the level of activity prior, but he's making progress!

Meanwhile, Fuge was a life-saver when it comes to the grounds. I lost track of the number of volunteers we had from five different churches over a five week period. But it felt like miracles happened during those five weeks in June and July. With my own health issues, (mainly that I can't be out in the heat) the weeds are gaining ground. Please contact me if you're able to help with yard work.

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