An evangelist for the Church of Christ, Chase Palmer of Rusk, was the keynote speaker at the Hopkins County United Way’s Lead Donor and CEO Appreciation Luncheon at Sulphur Springs Country Club Wednesday. Palmer discussed this year’s local United Way drive theme, Help Starts At Home. Palmer says it is great work to look after the needs of those who is some situations can’t help themselves. He says he learned the virtue of charitable giving from his grandmother. Palmer says he has in turn taught his children the lesson. He says be sure that dollars raised are put to work in visible ways to promote positive change in the community. He says the United Way does this. Palmer says there are two very key words to remember when raising funds. Please and thank you.
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