elishacare seeks to help restore hope, value and purpose to broken men and women in the community

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Friday, February 17, 2012

We don't all dress like these two

Danny and Jase, in one of their better moments.

Another great Community Day

They do work sometime, above the boys just chillin.

It was a bit of a comp to see who could put down the most scones and cream, Jase the rumour is you have the title.
Has anyone seen James?

It was another amazing day hanging out at Jay & Beth's house, a little work, lots of play and heaps of food.
Thanks Jay & Beth for flooding us with your hospitality....


Food Bank

Here are some pictures of how it looks in The Sharpies lounge as the team share around all the food from Food Bank. It is a lot of fun, but also pretty crazy sometimes.......
So many families are so touched as they receive these parcels.


Thursday, February 16, 2012

The Boys and their Big Brekky's

Here are some pictures of some of the guys recently gathered in the "Lounge"(our hangout place in Croydon), for a Big Brekkie. It was a great chance to chat about our Organic Community and ask some questions like "how are we doing?" and "how can we develop more?"
We have decided to come together monthly like this, but are exploring lots more ways of life together.
Thanks to you guys that cooked up the amazing Brekkie......

Friday, February 3, 2012

Much more than a working bee

The photos below give you a real picture of what some of our working bees turn into, and the real value in having them. You may of seen in other blogs, we use any excuse to get together, and love to help out someone with a need at the same time.
On this occasion a Mum of one of the guys in our community needed some long grass cut around her Dam, the guys rallied together, some on whipper snippers, and others on push mowers, flew into it and had it done in a couple of hours. The rest of the time was spent sitting around the Dam with a rod in (waiting for the big one, or any one actually), or sitting around after a Barby sharing stories and life with one another.

It was one very special day........

Thanks Pat, Maurine & Maree, loved every moment of it.......


Hanging out in Healsville

The boys doing it hard