Grace Notes

17.08 – April Baker

April Baker, the founder of "A Touch of the Father's Love" food pantry in Battleboro, has a passion for helping those in need and believes that if she can do it, anyone can!

17.07 – Jeannie Reives

Jeannie Reives, a woman who took over her father’s barber shop after his death, and who’s mission it is to bring a smile and a great haircut to everyone she comes across. From regular customers to inmates, to the elderly, to the mentally ill.

17.06 – Roscoe Emmanuel

Roscoe Emmanuel is a retired highway patrolman who now spends his time ministering to Native American tribes on reservations out west. Through the non-profit, Native American Christian Ministries of the Carolinas, his is a story of dedicated service.

17.05 – The Aikens

Larry and Grace Aiken — a husband and wife team whose dedication to serving their community spans more than 50 years together. Theirs is a story of love and service…a story of Singin’ in the Rain and Keepin’ the Music Playin’.

17.04 – Bonnie Smith

Bonnie is the mother of a special needs child and founder of "Jacob's Friends." Bonnie's story is a story of love, commitment, and inclusion, of helping those who might be considered "different" - and then discovering abundant blessing in return.

17.03 – James Johnson

James is Purple Heart Vietnam Veteran who now volunteers at the Boys and Girls Club.

17.02 – Retha Pappas

Retha is a dedicated Relay For Life volunteer and has been for the past 20+ years.

17.01 – Mary Latham

Mary Latham of More Good is on a mission to travel to every state and collect stories of hope, positivity, and people doing good.

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