chiclayo, children, childrens missions, cindy nickell, Fletcher's Corny Dogs, hunger, kids, lima, ministry, missions, peru, pucallpa, south america, State Fair of Texas, stephanie mclaughlin, The Angel House, The Angel House Peru, Trinitys Angels
Last weekend, both Saturday and Sunday, 10 people volunteered their time to work at Fletcher’s Corny Dog stand at the State Fair of Texas and donate their hourly wages to The Angel House building fund. And this will continue with additional volunteers for the next 3 weekends. On their feet for upwards of 9 hours they served corny dogs and drinks to hungry visitors. Long days no doubt and they did it with huge smiles.
We are so appreciative of their time and support – they have no idea what it means to us as we look forward to breaking ground for the orphanage next March or April. It was fun to call them via Skype while they were working and tell them how much we treasure their support. And … we thought you would like to see a few of the pictures so you could see for yourself the fun they all had during their time spent at the fair.
The day started out with rides on Dart Rail for some of the volunteers. Made it easy to get to the fair and the station was right by the corny dog booth next to Big Tex – the statue that welcomes you to the Fair.
Christi, Jamie and Beth heading to work on Saturday – the first day – so excited to get the party started and rock out the State Fair for The Angel House. Wonder what they looked like on the return trip after they put in their time at the Fair??!!
Jamie, Becky,, Beth, Tina and Bernice. No doubt there was some fun and laughter going on.
Uncle Jimmy. We love Uncle Jimmy. He is always there to support Trinity’s Angels and last Saturday was no exception.
Debbie and Uncle Jimmy. They have signed up for many days to work. Woohoo! They are sporting some good looking shirts (you too can have one – they are available for purchase at http://www.TrinitysAngels.com – hint, hint, hint)
Okay – but just in case the hot dog doesn’t meet the standards it is taken back to these two – Debbie and Joe and they “wash” the hot dog and start over. Who knew that there was even a position for washing hot dogs!
And we leave you with this parting shot…
In His Mighty Grip loving some great volunteers,