Loads of help for local residents


At the Wilmington Church of God’s free food and drinks tables Saturday inside Anytime Laundry, Zyde Kemp and Kyara Turner snuggle in the foreground while church volunteers Bill Davis and Autumn Allen stand ready to provide hot dogs.

At the Wilmington Church of God’s free food and drinks tables Saturday inside Anytime Laundry, Zyde Kemp and Kyara Turner snuggle in the foreground while church volunteers Bill Davis and Autumn Allen stand ready to provide hot dogs.


Gary Huffenberger | News Journal

From left, volunteers Marissa Livingston of Wilmington and Nova Leasher color a spinning wheel that asks what the person is thankful for.


Gary Huffenberger | News Journal

A guest, left, prepares to enjoy a hot dog during the Laundry Project event Saturday held at Anytime Laundry. The servers are Wilmington Church of God volunteers Bill Davis and Autumn Allen.


Gary Huffenberger | News Journal

For three hours Saturday at the South South Street site of Anytime Laundry, getting laundry done was free thanks to the nonprofit Current Initiatives’ Laundry Project. Local sponsors were Larry Britain/Bennett Realty and the Wilmington Church of God, which provided free hot dogs, chips and drinks. Ten volunteers assisted by inserting quarters into the commercial washers and dryers; the detergent and dryer sheets were free, too. Within the first 90 minutes, 24 families had participated. In the photo from left are Jasper, and volunteers Robin and Ben Norman and Larry Britain, father of sponsor Larry Britain.


Gary Huffenberger | News Journal

At the Wilmington Church of God’s free food and drinks tables Saturday inside Anytime Laundry, Zyde Kemp and Kyara Turner snuggle in the foreground while church volunteers Bill Davis and Autumn Allen stand ready to provide hot dogs.

From left, volunteers Marissa Livingston of Wilmington and Nova Leasher color a spinning wheel that asks what the person is thankful for.

A guest, left, prepares to enjoy a hot dog during the Laundry Project event Saturday held at Anytime Laundry. The servers are Wilmington Church of God volunteers Bill Davis and Autumn Allen.

For three hours Saturday at the South South Street site of Anytime Laundry, getting laundry done was free thanks to the nonprofit Current Initiatives’ Laundry Project. Local sponsors were Larry Britain/Bennett Realty and the Wilmington Church of God, which provided free hot dogs, chips and drinks. Ten volunteers assisted by inserting quarters into the commercial washers and dryers; the detergent and dryer sheets were free, too. Within the first 90 minutes, 24 families had participated. In the photo from left are Jasper, and volunteers Robin and Ben Norman and Larry Britain, father of sponsor Larry Britain.

At the Wilmington Church of God’s free food and drinks tables Saturday inside Anytime Laundry, Zyde Kemp and Kyara Turner snuggle in the foreground while church volunteers Bill Davis and Autumn Allen stand ready to provide hot dogs.
https://www.wnewsj.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/22/2019/11/web1_snuggle_p.jpgAt the Wilmington Church of God’s free food and drinks tables Saturday inside Anytime Laundry, Zyde Kemp and Kyara Turner snuggle in the foreground while church volunteers Bill Davis and Autumn Allen stand ready to provide hot dogs. Gary Huffenberger | News Journal

From left, volunteers Marissa Livingston of Wilmington and Nova Leasher color a spinning wheel that asks what the person is thankful for.
https://www.wnewsj.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/22/2019/11/web1_coloring_p.jpgFrom left, volunteers Marissa Livingston of Wilmington and Nova Leasher color a spinning wheel that asks what the person is thankful for. Gary Huffenberger | News Journal

A guest, left, prepares to enjoy a hot dog during the Laundry Project event Saturday held at Anytime Laundry. The servers are Wilmington Church of God volunteers Bill Davis and Autumn Allen.
https://www.wnewsj.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/22/2019/11/web1_hot_dog_p.jpgA guest, left, prepares to enjoy a hot dog during the Laundry Project event Saturday held at Anytime Laundry. The servers are Wilmington Church of God volunteers Bill Davis and Autumn Allen. Gary Huffenberger | News Journal

For three hours Saturday at the South South Street site of Anytime Laundry, getting laundry done was free thanks to the nonprofit Current Initiatives’ Laundry Project. Local sponsors were Larry Britain/Bennett Realty and the Wilmington Church of God, which provided free hot dogs, chips and drinks. Ten volunteers assisted by inserting quarters into the commercial washers and dryers; the detergent and dryer sheets were free, too. Within the first 90 minutes, 24 families had participated. In the photo from left are Jasper, and volunteers Robin and Ben Norman and Larry Britain, father of sponsor Larry Britain.
https://www.wnewsj.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/22/2019/11/web1_jasper_p.jpgFor three hours Saturday at the South South Street site of Anytime Laundry, getting laundry done was free thanks to the nonprofit Current Initiatives’ Laundry Project. Local sponsors were Larry Britain/Bennett Realty and the Wilmington Church of God, which provided free hot dogs, chips and drinks. Ten volunteers assisted by inserting quarters into the commercial washers and dryers; the detergent and dryer sheets were free, too. Within the first 90 minutes, 24 families had participated. In the photo from left are Jasper, and volunteers Robin and Ben Norman and Larry Britain, father of sponsor Larry Britain. Gary Huffenberger | News Journal