Welcome to week three of Kingdom Servers.
This week, The Vine and Southern Charm will be the host of the Funds for Fabulous Things Box to give and the flyer to explain what this kingdom serving initiative is all about.
The Vine just had their one year anniversary of being open and I’m so thankful they made it. To open a business during a pandemic had to be challenging, but the Hubs team made it work. Their building use to be our local farm fresh. For me, to see buildings empty makes me sad. As a real estate agent, my job is to help you connect to a house to make it a home. I have noticed that a vacant house looks lifeless and deteriorates very quickly. It takes someone living in it to create that happy place experience. So, when The Vine chose to enter this building and make it a community place for families of all ages to come, I was in love. The artwork in this building is so beautiful. The tables and seating is beautiful. Their sweet potato fries are the best. They have ice cream, coffee, wraps, and salads too, but mostly they sell peanuts, for that is what Hubs are known for. So, if you haven’t stopped in before, you must this week.
Take a picture and tag @sendingandmending or @coldwellbankernow. We would love to see your experience of visiting our local goodness.
Next up is Southern Charm. They have been keeping our community looking beautiful for years now. They provide flowers, mulch, landscaping, and cutting grass just to name a few. They also have a renovated shop and it’s just beautiful. Southern Charm has amazing gifts from clothes to jewelry to home decor to shoes, and my favorite, custom monograms. They just do an amazing job. I never can’t find the perfect gift there. They recently added ice cream to their menu and that has been a real treat. This business is an asset to our community, and so this week please come by and drop a little cash in the box. They are going to bless someone with the total shared. And with the holidays around the corner, it’s the perfect time to win a prize.
Remember, the reason to give back is because you are so thankful for their contribution to our community and homes individually.
Thank you, customers, for keeping them in business, for without you they can’t do what they do.
Until next time,
Connect to the Mender.
Be a Sender.