May Club Hope – More than a Number

Check out a recap of last month’s Club Hope from Jeb!

Hope Unleashed

If you have ever helped out at a Club Hope event before and gone on the bus either for pick up or drop off you know that this is the most stressful time of the event. The roles for our bus monitors include crowd control for the children, giving them wristbands, and building relationships with them. It sounds nice and neat on paper, but those of you who have been there know better than to assume it is smooth sailing. Often the trickiest part can be making sure every child has a wristband so that we know which bus they are to get on for the return trip. But there is something that we do that is not easy by any means, yet really stands out to me as something special.

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We write each child’s name on his or her wristband every Club Hope event we have. While this does…

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