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We spent the day Friday with the United Way of the Lakeshore visiting some of the work sites and meeting some of the people who make the Day of Caring what it is in Muskegon County every year.


We're going to leave this story mostly to those in the video, but like anything in 2020, the Day of Caring was met with some challenges.  Normally, it's a force of about 800 or more from different companies and organizations in and around the area spending the time on projects that need be done.  In our times today, everything is scaled back some, but for the 2 shifts of maybe 200 that were out, a lot of tender loving care was put into what needed to be done with humble gratitude and dignity and honor.  

Have a look at the United Way of the Lakeshore Day of Caring 2020.


As you heard from United Way President Christine Robere, the campaign is just getting underway.  To learn more about how you can be involved in the United Way or be a volunteer, click on the link below to visit their website.  Our humble thanks to everyone at the Day of Caring who invited us along for such a great day.

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