|Always one to make others smile, |
Robin photobombs her friends
Julie and Sarah Stadelman.
Photo courtesy of Traci Hine Brandebourg
I enjoy the fellowship and activities we do in the community. Most important is the smile of the child when you give them a coat to wear or gloves for their tiny cold hands or a gift at a Christmas party with Santa and they have never had Christmas before. But best of all is the hug and thank you from parents of the child for making them smile – which they don’t see much.
~Robin Stanhope, Twin Falls Optimist Club
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