Whitesville Fire Dept. Fundraising For Fireman Who Lost His Home Thanksgiving Night (PHOTOS)
One of the worst fears of anyone is losing their home in a fire. The devastation this can cause to a family is unimaginable if you have not lived through it. Whitesville Fireman, Nathan Mitchell, and his precious family have so his brothers at the Whitesville Fire Dept. are stepping up to help them out.
The irony of all this is that Nathan is a fireman. Fires are not a respecter of persons. Sometimes people get lucky and some things are able to be salvaged in a fire. Not for the Mitchell family, they lost the entire contents of their home and will have to start over from the ground up.
Close your eyes and think you lay your children down to bed on Thanksgiving night so thankful for all you have only to lose it all and right before Christmas too.
The town of Whitesville is coming together to have a chicken sale.
They will be cooking chickens for them on December 12th. They will be ready for pick-up at Whitesville Fire Department at 10:00 am. In order to be guaranteed a chicken, you can pre-order, just talk to any member of Whitesville Fire Department. You can also contact Jessy Nash at 270-993-6734 or Jordan Kreisle at 270-315-9233. Chickens will be $10.00 each and they will be accepting donations.
The family is so very grateful for all the help they have received. I spoke with Nathan yesterday and asked if they need anything he told me; home supplies, kitchenware, bedding for queen and twin beds. They do have a Facebook page for a fundraiser to help them save for a new home.
Angel here and when I spoke with Jessy Hall last week I could hear the love and care in his voice for his friend and co-worker. He spoke of wanting to do whatever he could to help this family out. The world needs more people like those of the Whitesville and the Whitesville Fire Department.
This is a message from the Whitesville Fire Department:
"We are all just trying to be Jesus' hands and feet here on earth. More him less us."