Hey, look, Roger is working.
Everybody helped empty the recycling bins.
Becky climbed right into the bin!
Another shot from the rear...
This project brought Roger to his knees!
Carol tosses in the plastic recyclables last.
Dick uses the forklift to put the paper bin back on the rack.
Marty thought this was fun! She got to play with fabric.
Another task was to layer hand towels and washcloths for—yep, you guessed it—PDKs or Personal Dignity Kits. Becky and Jan helped pack 14 boxes with 294 PDKs for a total of 472 pounds. That’s a GREAT day’s work!
All day long Laura reinforced two-handled school bags. Between Laura, Marty, and Joyce when she returned from Breadline, they completed 32 bags!
They filled 3 boxes with 53 sewing kits for a total of 79 pounds.
Meanwhile in the Desk Shop, Carol and Roger B. helped local volunteer Roger assemble desk tops.
They completed (drum roll, please...) 24 desk tops!
The day ended as it had started—with Judy sorting all of the recycled cardboard from the PDK supplies. It was added to that already in the ambulance for Dick to deliver tomorrow.