A photo gallery of Abilenians being good neighbors
Members of Broadview Baptist Church paint a tiny house in the Houses for Healing addition on North Hickory Street sponsored by Sonrise Ministries.
Danielle Delhomme waters flowers in the community garden she helped develop at First Central Presbyterian Church. When completed, the garden will provide fresh vegetables for neighbors. The garden is landscaped with flowers, shrubs, a stone cross and patio area.
Icie Mitchell chanted an inspirational Native American prayer, accompanied by this ceremonial drum, during the Abilene Interfaith Council’s National Day of Prayer observance May 4.
Frances Buzard gets a laugh out of a remark by Cliff Stewart during the renaming of the First Central Presbyterian Church food pantry. It was named in her honor. Photo by Kristen Harris-Bridwell
A large crowd gathered May 9 to honor Frances Buzard, seated, as the food pantry sponsored by First Central Presbyterian Church was renamed in her honor. She was the longtime director of the pantry. Photo by Kristen Harris-Bridwell
Blessings are written on the framework of a new Habitat for Humanity house under construction in the parking lot of First Baptist Church.
A new Habitat for Humanity home is under construction on the parking lot of First Baptist Church for the Bikole Mulanda Family. Volunteers are needed to finish the project. The family attends the Episcopal Church of the Heavenly Rest.
A Habitat for Humanity house is being constructed on the parking lot of First Baptist Church and will be moved to a permanent location.
Hardin-Simmons University physical therapy student Jamie Ivey helps a child with a feeding tube at a Joni & Friends camp in Navasota.
Hardin-Simmons University physical therapy students Hunter Westbrook and Caleb Tiemeyer work with an autistic special needs camper. during a Joni & Friends camp.
Hardin-Simmons University physical therapy student Davis Cantwell works with a special needs camper at the Joni & Friends Camp.