Thank you Gallatin High School Cotillion

This experience was humbling and breathtaking, as these young people set a high standard for kindness and care. Christian Towers and The Manor found a great relationship and blessing in our time with these young people. We love to see relationships that bridges generations

Our residents and staff would like to recognize and publicly thank the young ladies of Gallatin High School Girl's Cotillion!

On January 26th, these lovely young ladies along with their team leaders and volunteers distributed groceries to our seniors. This project, which involved a full year of work for these young people exceeded all expectations. The amount of work and dedication included in this effort is staggering, especially for a high school project.

By partnering with the Sumner County Food Bank, this group was able to provide an abundant supply of groceries for 200+ senior citizens in our community. During the event, students paired themselves with residents and helped them "shop" for free. Our residents loved getting to know the students, and even enjoyed some "selfie" taking. A former cotillion member from 1947 attended the event as well, which was a pleasant surprise for all.

This experience was humbling and breathtaking, as these young people set a high standard for kindness and care. Christian Towers and The Manor found a great relationship and blessing in our time with these young people. We love to see relationships that bridges generations.
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