A Huge Thank You!

I love that I continue to be amazed and inspired by the generosity of our community. I received these cards in the mail today. A few weeks ago a young woman called and asked about Pie in the Sky, Growing Hope in Hastings, Florida. I gave her some information and thanked her for her interest.…

Help Us, So That We Can Help Others

During this season of giving thanks, let us remember that there is great need right here in our own backyard. Pie in the Sky gives help when someone has nowhere else to go. Help us,so that we can help others. Donate today right here.

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Arms Up For Peace

Participants, about 114 in all, hold up their arms as they form the peace sign Friday afternoon at the W.E. Harris Community Center Field in Hastings. The event, part of the International Day of Peace, is the second year Hastings has celebrated with a human peace sign. The Hastings branch of the St. Johns County…

Marion & Mrs. C

From a dead end lane on the north part of town to a well traveled dirt road on the outskirts of town, I was reminded once again today, of the abject poverty that some folks must endure. But more than that, I was reminded of the simple things in life that most of us take…

New Digs For Pie In The Sky, But Mission Remains The Same

HASTINGS — The three farm workers who showed up to help with the food distribution program run by Pie in the Sky barely got through the door on Wednesday before they were at work. “Wash your hands and put on some gloves,” volunteer Deborah Williams told them, pausing in swabbing down the kitchen floor at…

Farmworkers Feted

The tables were set with white linen clothes with folded red napkins, decorated with colored shells and flower petals. The aroma of smoked pork and ribs, dressing and baked beams, cabbage sprouts and collards filled the room. Palm trees and Hawaiian leis were scattered about and as the room began to fill, the music began…

Hastings: Sertoma – the little club that can

Two years ago when a local woman was dying from cancer, her sister needed a wheelchair ramp built so she could get outside and enjoy the sunshine and fresh air in her final months. On a hot Saturday in June, “the little club that could” along with the St. Johns Housing Partnership, Pie in the…

Hastings Neighbors: Donation from the heart

“It is vital when educating our children’s brains that we do not neglect to educate their hearts.” I read this on Facebook today and it seemed the perfect fit. I am here to report, the future of our country is in good hands, specifically Patricia Eighmy’s fourth grade class at South Woods Elementary. After meeting…