Friday Blogging

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It might be February but we are prepping for spring here at No Limits!  We planted several types of tomato and pepper seeds so that the seedlings will be ready for spring planting.

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Brandon also helped to take cuttings from a rubber tree that was donated by No Limits’ Board Member Laurice Hohlt!  Thanks Laurice!

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It has been a very productive week!  We assisted in Comfort Doll creation for the Kiwanis Club of Accomack and also finished another cat bed made with a donated sweater to deliver to the local animal shelter.  Thank you to the Kiwanis Club of Accomack for the opportunity to continue working on such a rewarding project, and thank you to Anita Allen for donating sweaters to make cat beds!

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The Kiwanis Club of Accomack also donated Girl Scout cookies to No Limits’ members this week.  Yum!  Thank y’all so much!

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Spring cleaning early.  CL made sure the kitchen chickens were scrubbed clean!

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David assisted in “detail cleaning” the microwaves.  Good work men!

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Long-time member of No Limits, Brandon, as well as No Limits’ Board Member, Laurice Hohlt, brought Valentine’s gifts for everyone this week.  It was so sweet – the candy and the thought!  Haha!

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Thanks again Brandon!

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David had Emma cracking up while we learned to make homemade beef jerky.  What was so funny we wonder?!

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We made homemade jerky this week out of ground beef and donated jerky mix/seasonings donated to us by John and Rachel Evans (our Executive Director).  Kyle is making a funny face because Brandon told him that he was holding the jerky like a baby, haha!

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Brandon rolling out the jerky meat into strips.  Roll on Brandon!

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Our finished jerky!  It is so delicious.  More please!

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Betsy Pinder recently took a trip to Guatemala and she brought back spices to show us before we began our United Way Exercise Group for the day!

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Betsy shared some really interesting facts about her trip with us.  It was really informative and fun to learn about where she traveled to.  Thanks again Betsy!

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