I want some coffee candy! Will definetly give it a try next trip to Bookmans!
What a wonderful way to connect the community! Congratulations to Zeke and all involved in making this project a success!
This group is allegedly from "diverse backgrounds," and yet it has no men in it? What a bizarre point of view! The group quite obviously won't appeal to many men, but beyond the glib "Isn't that a shame," has there been any specific effort to encourage men/boys to join?
How wise Curley is in his comments about downtown: "....they need to get a direction and stay on task." I also love the shop -- reminds me of the old-time Brooklyn neighborhood barbers.
Sharon is an amazing person. She never hesitates to volunteer, even though she has an insanely busy schedule. She absolutely, without question, deserves the award she won and more.
Thank you Sharon!
You deserve much thanks and credit for all you do and have done. You have a big heart.
My world is a richer, fuller, more beautiful place because you are in it. On behalf my Josie, thank you!
The world would be a kinder, gentler place if more people could be as open and accepting as Sharon. She really deserves this award for all she has done over the years!
YOU GO GIRL...!!! Thasts my Sister! I always new you were special. I Love You!!!
Midge, Glide, OR
I am a friend and former classmate of Sharon's. She has worked very hard and dedicated her time and efforts to helping others, in particular, this community. I am so pleased she has been acknowledged for her work and dedication. The transgendered community has been long lacking such courageous support as Sharon offers. Our community is fortunate to have volunteers such as Sharon. And yes, all her work has been volunteer....not for pay.
"You don't have to be stuck just painting saguaros; you can react to the environment as an artist from so many different angles."
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