Opinion

August 17, 2013

Citizens of the Week: Cindy Breeden and Terri White Sullivan

Serving meals to 100-plus people every night is no easy task, so when someone is up for the job, it’s appreciated.

Cindy Breeden and Terri White Sullivan, who work in the radiology department at Hamilton Diagnostics, are two such people who volunteer their time and energy at least weekly at Providence Ministries.

Chaplain Wesley Nolan said the women have been volunteering in the charity organization’s community kitchen for about a year and have also participated in the Thanksgiving and Christmas meals Providence offers to the community.

“Every week on Thursday, they are here in the community kitchen serving meals and helping clean up,” Nolan said.

And they do it with a smile.

“They have just given a lot of time and effort,” Nolan said.

He said Providence, which offers drug abuse rehabilitation programs as well as free meals to anyone in the community who needs or wants to come in and eat, can always use volunteers. For information, contact him or Brian Croft at (706) 275-0268.

For their weekly work toward a good cause, The Daily Citizen names Cindy Breeden and Terri White Sullivan Citizens of the Week.

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