Luling United Methodist Church fundraises for anti-poverty foundation

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December 20, 2013 at 11:22 am  | Mobile Reader | Pring this storyPrint 

Caleb Guarisco, Ellie Milster, Claire Green, Sarah Green and Thomas Adcock; Middle: Alette Matthews and Emily Adcock; Back: Zhana Morrow.
Caleb Guarisco, Ellie Milster, Claire Green, Sarah Green and Thomas Adcock; Middle: Alette Matthews and Emily Adcock; Back: Zhana Morrow.
Friends and members of Luling United Methodist Church recently partnered with Z-Deco Ceramic Pottery of Destrehan to host a Christmas ornament painting party to benefit Heifer International, an organization that works with communities to end hunger and poverty and care for the Earth.

Guests each created a keepsake ornament and the proceeds were used to purchase one share of a goat and a "hope basket" including a gift of rabbits and a starter flock of chickens, which provides eggs and protein for nourishment and helps boost income through sales of extra eggs and offspring.

Beth Bell, Michelle McLin, Sue Triche, Henry Hoffman.
       



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