A few Saturdays ago, some of the Grace and Main crew got together to pack lunches into coolers for the House of Hope. You can read more about those coolers in our previous post: Coolers for the House of Hope.We set up our grill in Doyle Thomas Park (also called Green Street Park) in Downtown Danville.
Old and new members of G+M were thrilled to see that so many of our friends were still around and had missed us when we took the winter off from our cookouts in the park. One boy said to us, as we unpacked our frisbees and food, “We missed yall. Are you gonna do this all summer?” We let him know that we’re back and plan on doing it for as long as we can. While we got the hot dogs cooking, we took some time to play on the playground with each other, to toss the frisbee, to pitch and hit baseball (with a big bat and a yellow, rubber ball that Mark and Julie brought along–new toys!), and to play some basketball. Then, we all had some hot dogs, chips, drinks, and fruit cups. Check out the pictures and you’ll know how much fun it was.
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