Submitted by Jessica Weston
My time spent at the Salvation Army in Quincy made me very humble and grateful. When I first walked in to the food pantry I did not know what to expect. I was shown to a room full of can goods and box dinners and told this is were you will make family food boxes. In my mind I was thinking this was going to be a hard day. Putting together each food box together I felt terrible thinking about the families. But when I was told I would have to give a food box to a family, a different feeling swept over me. Taking the box to the office and watching it be handed to someone lifted me to see his smile. Overall, even though the day started off bad it ended in me being glad with the work I had done.
Posted at 9:13 AM by James Cosgrove