Hearts & Darts – February 8


  • Interchurch Food Pantry would like to send big hearts to the Duke Energy Foundation that provided two grants for food purchases; the James Rhoades Memorial Hog Roast and all the diners and donors; and Home Bank, especially Trent McWilliams, for honoring our organization at the bank’s 30-year anniversary celebration with a very generous donation. Our thanks also go to local stores that provide so much ongoing support. In particular, we receive monetary and food donations from Kroger, monetary support from Meijer and grants and donations from Walmart.

Carol Phipps

Interchurch Food Pantry of Johnson County


  • Hearts to Tim Todd and his family who have cleared my driveway twice now. Since I am handicapped now, I really appreciate it a lot. I enjoyed his children, who cleared it the first time; they make me appreciate their youth, as they shoveled the heavy, wet snow. Every once in a while they had to clear with snow shovels. I saw one of them hold the shovel behind her and kick backward to dislodge the snow. When I offered to pay them, they would not accept the money, saying it was a service. Thank you, Tim and family.

Jerry Trimble


  • I would like to thank a young father who bought dinner for my friends and I at Denny’s in Greenwood recently. We began visiting with his young son who was very proud of playing basketball for Whiteland. Later the waitress came and took our bills saying the father had bought our dinners. We thank you so much for the dinner and raising such a nice little boy. I hope he won the championship the next day. Thank you again for your kindness, and we will pay it forward. God bless.

Jan Hines