No one should have to spend Easter Sunday alone.
Little Brothers–Friends of the Elderly in Hancock will be trying to make sure that none of its elderly friends will have to.
Volunteers will bring a hot ham meal to those who cannot make it to one of the many local dinners.
Little Brothers has been helping Copper Country residents for more than 30 years and is branching out into Ontonagon and Baraga Counties.
Michael Aten, the group’s executive director, says Little Brothers is holding a $30,000 raffle to help make it possible.
Tickets are available at Little Brothers’ office in Hancock.
Posted by: Mike Hoey