By Shilo Groover| November 24, 2020 at 4:59 PM CST – Updated November 24 at 5:01 PM
BIRMINGHAM, Ala. (WBRC) – On a sunny afternoon two days before Thanksgiving, a truck full of all the holiday trimmings, with the World Games 2022 logo emblazoned on the side pulls up in front of Mrs. Dianne Hasberry’s home.
“Oh this is a Blessing. God is really good to us!” she exclaims.
She and her son Reginald and family will have a feast this year, with ham, turkey, stuffing, Hawaiian rolls and more, thanks to the Birmingham Organizing Committee of the World Games.
“When you think about how blessed we are as an organization you have to realize that as blessed as you are, you have to be a blessing,” says Kathy Boswell. She’s the Vice President of Community Engagement for the World Games 2022. “We have been blessed to have people believe in the games and so we are reflecting together with so many other companies to take a moment to be a blessing to others in this city so that’s really how it’s come about.”
That’s something that the Hasberry family believes in too.
“As long as you walk right and talk right and don’t just think about yourself if you get a blessing to bless somebody else,” says Dianne Hasberry, “You live right, you get a blessing you pass it on to somebody else.”[Read more…] about Be a Blessing: World Games Community Outreach Organizer Turning Tragedy into Chance to Help Others