I would like to express my appreciation to the KARE for Kids organization.
Their work makes such a difference at Christmas for so many children. The people at Bethel United Methodist Church that took the applications were so nice and caring.
I would also like to thank the lady that was in the long line on Dec. 17, receiving the boxes. She was brave enough to step out and speak up against those that were breaking in line with people they knew and also against the ones that were smoking in line. I admire her for speaking out.
I think people should respect others and not break in line and not smoke in line.
Next year, I hope people think about this and act differently for this is a good thing for children at Christmas that would otherwise not get anything or as much if not for KARE for Kids.