Barb Robertson, Shirley Schmidt and Kathy Savage made Aromatherapy Playdough for the Phoenix Center on Friday.

Paula Richards, Judy Breaux, and Cheryl Webb were some of our members who volunteered to serve at the BCHA community dinners   

The Burnet County Hunger Alliance (BCHA) is a volunteer group of food pantries, churches, school administrators, elected officials, area leaders and active citizens who have committed to end hunger in Burnet County.  The week between Christmas and New Year's area food pantries, schools, and services such as Meals on Wheels are closed so there is a gap in service for the hungry in our community.  To fill this gap, BCHA sponsored community dinners on December 27th at the Marble Falls Boys and Girls Club and in Burnet at the First Baptist Church. 

Saturday, March 4th is Community Service day

A successful day of Volunteering was had by all on Community Service Day

Volunteerism & Community Service

 Barb Robertson walked Bart (one of the shelter dogs) at the Walk-a-dogathon in the rain on Saturday.

 In our 2016 survey, our membership expressed a desire to participate in community service activities as part of the Service League's focus on volunteerism.  In response to your input, HLSL is planning a Community Service day on Saturday, March 4, 2017. It is our desire to form several teams of ladies that will go out into our community to do volunteer service work for several hours on that morning.  If you know of a local organization that is in need of volunteer support, and/or you would be willing to lead a group of volunteers, please let us know.