It can be hard to leave your kids with a sitter for the first time. And sometimes it’s hard to give your kids space to make their own decisions. But you do. You know that it’s good for you and for them. It’s important for them to know that they can do things on their own. It’s also good to have them experience that the things that are possible in life are possible because of the network of many. It’s wonderful to realize that things that you plant in your life have the opportunity to grow and that there are lots of people you can count on as you “garden.” You can’t do it entirely on your own. No matter how self reliant you are, you need help. You need community. So when Katie takes a trip (for example to Spain, which is about 5, 411 miles away) she knows that the Washington County Kids’ team of supporters is on the case. It’s a good feeling. And you can carry the love and caring in your heart no matter where you travel – it’s just there. Katie loves Washington County Kids, Chuck too.
We’d like to remind you to get your tickets for the Washington County Kids Salmon Bake on Sept. 23rd. It will be a beautiful afternoon/early evening (4-6) and includes a delicious meal, live music, and, of course, the wonderful community of folks who care. Join us won’t you? (thank you!)