St. Andrews Woman’s Club Demonstrates Community Service on MLK Day

On January 15, seven dedicated members of the St. Andrews Woman’s Club engaged in a day of service in honor of Martin Luther King Jr. at Palmetto Animal Assisted Living Services (PAALS). The group, consisting of Shelly Langston, Kim Julin, Lynne Hauptner, Mary North, Anne Marie Shepherd, and Kaye Hunke, showcased their commitment to community welfare.

Their morning was spent actively volunteering, with tasks including washing walls and baseboards and preparing the area by taping for an upcoming paint project at PAALS. In addition to their hands-on efforts, the Woman’s Club contributed a generous donation to support PAALS and its mission.

A special highlight of the day was the presence of Cody Carter, a trainer from PAALS, along with Floyd, the service dog named in honor of a former club member. The St. Andrews Woman’s Club not only dedicated their time but also demonstrated their ongoing support for organizations like PAALS, embodying the spirit of community service and making a positive impact on Martin Luther King Jr. Day.