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Sisters in Service will use fundraiser to continue good works in Kerrville

The non-profit organization is hosting a fundraiser on Saturday.

What started as a simple bible study has morphed into a broader service organization that wants to provide aid to those who need it most.

Sisters in Service started when Jennifer Natale wanted to connect with other Kerr County women with bible studies, but now it's readying for its biggest fundraiser next month.

On April 9, the organization will host its "Sip and Serve" event at Tucker Hall on the St. Episcopal Church's campus from 1-3 p.m. According to Natale and Leslie Robertson, there will be shopping, an auction, and plenty of chances to sip something tasty, who are organizing the gathering.

However, this is also an opportunity to bid on some top-notch travel packages and good baskets. There is a trip to Sonoma, California; Scottsdale, Arizona and one to Cabo San Lucas, Mexico.

Like so many organizations, Sisters in Service had its course shaped by the coronavirus pandemic.

"With COVID we started doing an online Zoom call," Natale said. "Then after hearing that the nursing home facilities were shutting down, our group began discussing how we could lift this the resident's spirits and so from there, we delivered 800 plus word search books with Bible verses, pens, and scripture cards, personal little notes to them and just to lift their spirits and let them know that we were thinking of em."

To learn more about Sisters in Service:

If you buy your tickets by the end of April 5, using the promo code KERR COUNTY LEAD, you will get your tickets for $3.


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