Lending a helping hand

Posted by Spalding Hurst

July 30, 2020

Sister Luke embarked on a local volunteer effort by assisting the grounds department at Nazareth where she lives. She enjoyed mowing the grass during her youth and still enjoys it today. Sister Luke plans on mowing three times a week as long as she is willing and able to do so she says.

6 Comments

  1. Whitney Wurzel

    Love this picture, and that hat! Sister Luke is the newest member of my hero squad.

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  2. Elizabeth Field, SCNA

    Luke, a great picture! Reminds me of my mowing days and how good it is to be out in nature, taking good care and enhancing the beauty around!

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  3. Sister Ann Susan

    Good Job, Sister Luke.
    I do my lawn, weeding etc. also. It is good exercise. I do not have a sit down mower so I can only do a section at a time.

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  4. Paula Duane

    Following in Eva’s footsteps! Is it in the blood of folks from Ohio???

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  5. Ann Palatty

    Luke, you really looks like an experienced “MOWER”. And living truly up to the call to care for Mother Earth. Good luck.

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  6. Maggie Cooper

    WOW, this picture is worth 1000 words!! You look great on that mower!!! Watch out they may hire you!!

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