Grandma Maxine and Grandpa Devar were wonderful examples of service. Grandpa Devar would always have a quilt set up outside under his carport and up to a year before he died at age 92, he would go out most days and tie quilts. Grandma would bind Grandpa’s quilts, and they’d send them off to the Humanitarian Center to be given to needy people all over the world. Service kept them young and kept them going. About a year before he died, the humanitarian center no longer needed donated quilts and Grandpa stopped quilting. If he had been able to continue to serve by making quilts, who knows how much longer he would have lived! The following volunteer opportunity takes up less space and is more convenient than quilting, but service is service and it blesses our lives as much as the lives of those we serve.