Highland Heights UMC donates to Gateway Family Services

October 25, 2013

Highland Heights United Methodist Church recently consecrated and delivered a collection of 52 pieces of luggage and bags, 90 rolls of toilet tissue, 20 rolls of paper towels, paper plates and cups, facial tissue, dishwashing detergent, toilet bowl cleaner, bars of soap, tooth brushes, wash cloths and bath towels to Gateway Family Services.
Gateway ministers to individuals involved in family violence and sexual assault in five counties, Scurry, Nolan, Mitchell, Fisher and Kent.
Congregational members pictured above are (standing left to right) Don Hatter, Mac Axe, Donna Axe, AdaBelle Clark, Rusty Allen, Doug Taylor, Jenene Taylor, Macus McKiddy, Pastor Claude McKiddy, Cassidy McKiddy, Tiffany Bailey, Zack Carter, Delaine Bailey and Versie Perry; (sitting in front left to right) Lela Hatter, Brenda Alexander, Debby Gilmore, Devon Jackson, Pat McKiddy and Lefty Howell.

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