The Catholic Action Center’s Community Service Team has offered to host a cookout for ColorTyme customers this weekend. The manager said a crowd of people from the shelter ate the food for the store’s Customer Appreciation Day on Saturday.
The Catholic Action Center’s Community Service Team has offered to host a cookout for ColorTyme customers this weekend. The manager said a crowd of people from the shelter ate the food for the store’s Customer Appreciation Day on Saturday. Karla Ward kward1@herald-leader.com
The Catholic Action Center’s Community Service Team has offered to host a cookout for ColorTyme customers this weekend. The manager said a crowd of people from the shelter ate the food for the store’s Customer Appreciation Day on Saturday. Karla Ward kward1@herald-leader.com

Shelter plans cookout for ColorTyme after homeless ate Customer Appreciation Day food

May 30, 2017 06:46 PM

UPDATED May 31, 2017 08:09 AM

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