The Our Community Cares event typically takes place outside Redstone Park Retirement and Assisted Living but early morning storms forced the building indoors and Redstone RCA director Jassia Roberts credited
"We had a little bit more from the community last year, but I think a lot of people went to Redstone,"
The solution was the
"We're blessed our goal is to help people and if we helped one person find resources today then that's all it's ever been about,"
In spite of the wet weather, more than 50 businesses attended this year's Our Community Cares event, speaking to the hundreds that filed through the rows of tables with representatives from each organization.
"When we started, in our first year, we had 24 venders,"
One of the new attendees was
"We've had plenty of visitors with plenty of questions about our dog training. They want to know how to become therapy dogs like Killa," Alexander said. "It's been a great experience today. This is our first time participating and I'm glad we did. It was kind of confusing at first. We planned to go outside, but being inside was a lot better."
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