Along with 45 others, I ate.  Then I heard about food.

Those who have, and those who don’t.  In Kindersley we do have people who find no food in the pantry.  Their rent, the gas for the car, the prescriptions add up.  And nothing is left.  So they come, many humiliated that they must ask.

The foodbank gives, and hopes to find ways in which they can address the greater issues. Richard Sevigny and Barbe Dunn both presented the needs.  Now the question is, what further can we do as the community of Kindersley?  Will we see those who are in need?  Will we find ways to address those needs? Are our efforts to date sufficient?  How much more needs to be done?