Unity In Community Helps Families Have Christmas Dinner : 12.17.09

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©2009 www.nelsoncountylife.com : Photos By Tommy Stafford : Delores (DeeDee) Green, Unity In Community founder,  helps pack boxes of food that will be delivered to more than 30 families for Christmas.
©2009 www.nelsoncountylife.com : Photos By Tommy Stafford : Delores (DeeDee) Green, Unity In Community founder, helps pack boxes of food that will be delivered to more than 30 families for Christmas.

Roseland
Nelson County, Virginia

By Jennie Tal
Unity in Community, a community-based outreached ministry that has put together Christmas baskets since its inception two years ago, will be providing more than 30 local families with a basket full of food and small gifts to make this year’s holiday just a little bit brighter.

This past Tuesday members of UIC met at The Roseland Rescue Squad to pack up food that will make sure many families have a great Christmas dinner.
This past Tuesday members of UIC met at The Roseland Rescue Squad to pack up food that will make sure many families have a great Christmas dinner.

“Our goal is to help those less fortunate than ourselves,” said the group’s founder, Delores (DeeDee) Green. “I believe working together we can be a part of a solution for a better tomorrow for our whole community.”

After the boxes were assembled, they will be delivered to local fmailies in time for Christmas.
After the boxes were assembled, they will be delivered to local fmailies in time for Christmas.

DeeDee worked together in 2007 with the 14 Tye River Valley Churches to start Unity in Community as an outreach “referral agency” to help struggling Nelson County families.

Unity in Community is always looking for new members and church representatives.

To get involved, contact DeeDee at (434) 277-5770.

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