Saturday, January 26, 2013

Fill-A-Bag homestretch

TV morning show celebrity Ann Currie, in light of recent tragedies offered a healing process of a "random act of kindness".  As it is well documented the best way to heal a heart is to do some selfless act of kindness or giving that touches another heart.  Even before the senseless tragedies (some of which were a little too close to home) members of our community were providing food and cash support for Snow-Cap,  This will provide nutrition and support to families, kids, and seniors you've never met!

While none of the following did these acts of kindness for any kind of attention or recognition...we at Gresham Ford this it is important to honor them as they deserve the media attention far more than the dark stories we have been showered with in recent weeks.

Fill-A-Bag would not have been possible without.....Burgerville, Classique Floors, Gresham Outlook, Drake's 7 Dees Garden Center, Riverview Community Bank (Gresham, Wood Village, Gateway), La Petit Academy, Troutdale General Store, Greater Gresham Baptist Church, Portland Adventist Elementary, Caffeinated Coffee Culture  Liberty Lighting, Oregonians Credit Union, Best Burger, Paisano Club, Crismon Lewis, Gresham Breakfast Lions, Gresham Rotary, West Columbia Gorge Rotary Club, Axis Design Group, Rick Stubblefield, Gresham Area Chamber of Commerce, Bob Battles of Dovetail Construction, Michael Calcagno, Nichole Snell, Kadels Auto Body, Marget Scott Elementary, Ryan & Tammy Johnson, Columbia Symphony, Advo Care Jean Crawford, Skyland Pub, Hems in a Hurry and I am running out of room so thanks to all the others.  Your reward is in your heart!~ Bess Wills

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