PingPong for POVERTY
170 participants of all ages and skill levels played table tennis to help people in need at the 4th Annual PingPongforPOVERTY
3rd year participant in the Women's 18 and Over Division Gail Iwans and Vice Chairman of People in Need (PiN) Ministries Ken Lees.
Ken Lees' father Larry Lees helps keep score.
PiN's bookkeeper, Jeanne McKay.
Participant and PiN recipient Tim Kinkead.
Executive Director of PiN Dallas Stamper, Jr., and volunteer Laurie Lees greeted participants at the check-in table.
Participant Parker Lees of Princess Anne Middle School.
Participant Madison Lees of Kellam High School.
Volunteer Kurt McGill tallied up the winners.
A Vision of Youth
Helpersby Breonna Loxley
On The Front Porch With You
Shutting Down and Staying Homeby Rob Lauer
Preparing for Aerial Shootsby Terry Young
Never Beforeby Jean Loxley-Barnard
SEO: The Next Generationby Terry Young
The Honeymoon of the Divorce – Never Beforeby Jean Loxley-Barnard
Snake in the Atticby Dr. Bill Austin