After she saw a story Wednesday on ABC 36 about the difficulties Meals on Wheels was having getting deliveries out to senior citizens, she knew she had to act.
"It made me very emotional thinking about those that haven’t been able to get out," says Clay.
Ginger and her son, Grant, showed up Friday morning with her four-by-four jeep to help those in need.
Pauline Tab, who receives Meals on Wheels, talked about Ginger’s selfless act, saying, "It’s nice to see someone and someone say ‘Hi, how are you? Are you doing ok?’ That means a lot. It makes your day. It makes you happy."
With more winter weather on the way, Meals on Wheels still needs help. If you would like to learn more about how you can volunteer, contact Betsy Strong at Meals on Wheels at 859-885-5000.