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Wednesday, February 10, 2010

A Legacy of Caring

I never met Molly Hightower. But I can feel her spirit here in Bellarmine. Every time I think about her and the work she did in Haiti, I see her as laughing and strong and gentle and open and caring. Whenever I listen to someone who knew her
I find myself becoming very quiet and feeling called to be with people and to love them.
She touches many, many people in ways similar to the way she touches me. Here is a picture of the poster of Molly Hightower and some of the children she loved that is being sold at Bellarmine High School.

The poster is being sold for ten dollars. All the proceeds will be sent to Friends of the Orphans Facility to rebuild the building where Molly Hightower worked.
For further information contact Bill Eckert, 253-752-7701, extension 746.

Molly Hightower cared deeply about other people. Enjoy this reflection about her.

5 comments:

Jaynie Jones said...

Molly's life (and death) make me weep. What a blessing she was to this world in the short time she was here...

Kim Thompson said...

I think she's great--and she will live on! At the airport recently, Alaska Airlines is doing a Haiti shoe drive in honor of Molly. I saw the poster there. She would have been pleased as the boxes were literally overflowing (and then some!) with beautiful new shoes of all kinds and sizes.

How are the folks are Bellarmine holding up dear Joseph?

オテモヤン said...

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出張ホスト
手コキ
おっぱい
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Kim Thompson said...

What's that above?

Lorraine Hart said...

Don't know, but the one English word tells me this doesn't belong here. I will contact Matt Misterek about this.

To carry on...There are millions of quiet heroes like Molly...and to salute one is to salute all. What a light in the world this young woman was...and is, still. Bless her...bless all who reach out to others.