Take stock in how you serve others
Often in life, there are things that have to get done and no one seems to be willing to take care of them. Or, if they do, complaints and whining come with it.
Whether it’s taking care of some cleaning at your church, volunteering at the theatre when that text from the city goes out, stepping up for your organization in a community service project or tasks at home, there are always details left for “someone else to do.”
However, there are a few people around who don’t wait for someone else to do what needs to be done.
For weeks, it appeared there would be no community Christmas Day dinner at the Eagles Club, after 11 years with hundreds served every Dec. 25. No one was stepping up to be chairman for this year’s 12th annual event, until Brad and Jill Moline looked at their schedules.
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