It was proper at 10 months because the senior members of Westview Baptist Church in Enterprise gathered collectively in fellowship, and two members of the congregation determined that it had been lengthy sufficient.
Chris Greathouse, a longtime member of the church, devised a approach to have everybody collect once more safely, even when only for a second. Placing a spin on what was a quarterly lunch for the senior adults, Greathouse determined a drive-through lunch decide up—as an alternative of the traditional sit down meal—was the best way to go. Jerre Simmons, one other longtime member, assisted with the planning, preparation and execution.
“That is the primary time we’ve accomplished something since I feel Valentine’s Day due to COVID, so we determined to do it as a drive-thru,” Simmons mentioned. “That is such an uncommon time, and I assumed it was a very nice thought Chris had to do that. She actually needed to attempt to do one thing for them because it had been so lengthy.”
On Thursday, Dec. 3 starting at 11 a.m., vehicles started lining up within the church’s driveway at 809 Damascus Street to gather a pre-packaged meal of Milky Moos catering and a do-it-yourself cupcake. Twenty 4 folks reserved a meal (freed from cost, after all), and Simmons and Greathouse had been happy with the turnout.
Simmons was additionally comfortable they had been in a position to present a possibility to socialize, even when it wasn’t for lengthy.