West Hall is a popular stopping place for those who attend the Disaster Relief Auction.
There are lots of homemade goodies.
Cerwin asked me to bring a pie home – and there were many choices.
I bought a raisin crumb pie. It was delicious.
This young man has displayed his hot pads in West Hall for many years.
He is delighted when someone stops by, picks up a few hot pads, and puts a donation (to BDRA) in the container.
There is even a candy table.
The scent of caramel corn fills the air as you near the center of the building.
Popcorn waiting to be coated with caramel.
According to a newspaper report, Share-A-Meal raised $10,000.00 this year.
This is done by people who cook meals – on a set date – for a certain number of people. You can stop by this table, look over the meal and location choices and purchase meals for $20.00 a person.
This area of the building has information on what is being done by Disaster Response by the Church of the Brethren.
When I went by the area this time, our friend Jim (a disaster relief leader) was in a deep conversation with this woman.
I have more pictures from this room, but will wait for tomorrow’s entry.