Grayson County Constable Todd Booher, his wife Donna and his daughter Macy joined us last Friday at the Whitesboro Senior Center to represent Whitesboro in our Community Champions event. Our clients love it when young children come to visit, as you can tell from the pictures. Macy was quick to offer hugs and smiles, both of which warm the heart and nourish the soul.

We were very pleased to work with Bart Lawrence, one of Grayson County's Commissioners and an all-around good guy, last Friday as part of our ongoing Community Champions event. Bart has supported our organization for several years and in many ways, from meal delivery to rescuing stranded delivery drivers when they got caught on the ice during the winter.

Dee Welch, Mayor of Whitesboro teamed up with our very own Lee Ann Franks to represent the City of Whitesboro last Friday. Mayor Welch has supported this event for many years, and is always willing to help us out. Lee Ann Franks, who works here in the administrative offices, organized all 10 days of our Community Champions event this year.

Community Champion Horace Groff, former County Grayson County Judge, helped us fight senior hunger last Thursday by delivering meals for the Denison Senior Center, located at 531 W. Chestnut St. in Denison. Horace delivered meals along with Dennis Gregg, one of our most faithful volunteers.