Monthly Archives: November 2016

National Hunger and Homelessness Awareness Week: Looks Can Be Deceiving ~ You’re Not Jesus

Fifteen years ago the events of 9/11 changed our world forever. One of the travel outcomes was the mandatory use of containers holding no more than 3.4 fluid oz. More than one traveler had their shampoo and body wash confiscated … Continue reading

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National Hunger and Homelessness Awareness Week: Looks Can Be Deceiving ~ What’s in Your Backpack?

The jeans and flip-flops in the cubby are appreciated by the men and women who visit Lancaster County’s Mobile Shower Unit, but it’s the simple backpack that van designer and driver, Kevin Lilly, calls a life-saver. Every item in here … Continue reading

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National Hunger and Homeless Awareness Week: Looks Can Be Deceiving ~ A Full Service Stop

This is the tower of clean towels and washcloths that waits inside the Mobile Shower Unit and made available to the homeless men and women of Lancaster County. When I first saw it, I wondered when some of these men … Continue reading

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National Hunger and Homeless Awareness Week: Looks Can Be Deceiving ~ Part 1

If you saw this van driving along the road or parked alongside a building, would you give it much notice? That’s actually part of the plan and beauty of this nondescript vehicle – not to draw attention. It’s the Mobile … Continue reading

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I Love a Parade . . . but this was better

Today we honor and thank our Veterans, but this past Saturday my adopted hometown celebrated our local Service Men and Women. It was a ceremony I’ll not forget. For many years I attended our Veterans’ Day parade – stood in … Continue reading

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