LAMB Drive Coming Sep 26-28th


It’s that time of year again. It is time to help those in our community that are less fortunate. Our Project, Operation LAMB takes it name and mission from the biblical passage, “..whatever you have done for the Least Among My Brethren… You have done unto me..”. Our quest is simple. There are children and young adults in our town who have mental disabilities. We are raising money in our community to help them.

Brothers Kevin Wolff and Ed Kaiser have stepped up to co-chair the Operation LAMB activities for the council but they need your help. They have arranged for ten sites on the last weekend of September. In order to be successful, we need 174 volunteers.

Yes, that’s right, 174 volunteers. We want this to be the most successful Operation LAMB we’ve ever had. Helping out is not hard. You just need to donate (at least) two hours of your time to stand in front of a store, hand out Tootsie Rolls and collect money. It’s also a great way to involve the family.

PLEASE, consider giving at least two hours of your time on either the 26th, 27th or 28th to help this wonderful cause. If you have one or more family members that can help, that’s even better.

Brothers Kevin and Ed can provide more details about the sites and the specific schedule needs. They can be reached via email at: ekaiser1@nc.rr.com or
kwolff@wolff-law-offices.com

Our program is part of the LAMB Foundation of North Carolina, a 401c3 charity. Since the project first started in 1974, over $12.2 million has been raised in North Carolina. We are especially proud of our support for ARC and NC Special Olympics.

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