Panhandle Punishers help Holmes seniors have a happy holiday
It takes a village to make sure Holmes County’s senior residents have a wonderful holiday season.
Panhandle Punishers LEMC, a nonprofit law enforcement motorcycle club, assisted the Holmes Council on Aging with a ham fundraiser Dec. 22 and assisted the agency in surprising one of its clients with a few gifts. Martha Locklear received Christmas gifts for her grandson and a smoked ham for their Christmas dinner.
“We are so thankful to be associated with groups/individuals such as this who are willing to open up their hearts and pockets to bless our client,” said Kim Drummond, community coordinator.
Other seniors were blessed by Coordinator Tammy Manning and Case Manager Haleigh Bush gathering names and wish lists for the annual Angel Tree. Angels were adopted by members of the Bonifay First United Methodist Church.
To keep up with all that Holmes Council on Aging is doing in the community, visit them on Facebook.