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Comfort Dogs


LCC K-9 Comfort Dogs Pack Boxes for Kids in Need Print E-mail
St. Charles On Saturday, November 15, LCC K-9 Comfort Dog Adeena (St. John, Burlington) and LCC K-9 Comfort Dog in-training Katie attended St. Mark's Lutheran Church/Preschool in St. Charles for an Operation Christmas Child Event.

Preschoolers and their families filled and decorated shoe boxes with gifts for children all over the world. The mission of this program is "...to demonstrate God's love in a tangible way to needy children around the world."

Linda Culley, Preschool Director said that over the last couple of weeks they have packed over 150 boxes!

 
LCC K-9 Comfort Dogs Help with Chapel at St. Peter Lutheran School Print E-mail
St. Peter On Wednesday, November 12, LCC K-9 Comfort Dogs Martin, Olympia, JoJo (Living Christ, Arlington Heights), Tara, and LCC K-9 Comfort Dog in-training Tabby met with the students from St. Peter Lutheran School in Schaumburg, Illinois, following their chapel service. LCC staff member Sherry Bolosan gave the chapel message. We enjoyed our visit with the students and teachers and hope that we will be able to visit with them again!
 
Clearbrook Receives Visit from LCC K-9 Comfort Dogs Print E-mail
Clearbrook On Thursday, November 13, the LCC K-9 Comfort Dog training class visited with the clients at the Clearbrook Center in Rolling Meadows. These are adults with varied developmental and physical disabilities that are day clients and residents of Clearbrook.

The puppies in training visited about 50 people. We sang Happy Birthday to several and prayed with a few others during the visit.

What a blessing it was to meet these beautiful people and share our Comfort Dog Ministry with them.

 
Twelve LCC K-9 Comfort Dogs Attend Remembrance Ceremony Print E-mail
Washington 1 One year ago, on November 17, 2013, a tornado tore through the town of Washington, Illinois. A large swath of the town was taken out, including several homes. Just out of the path was Our Savior Lutheran Church. Although the church sustained damage, it was able to set up as a center to help those in need. Through Our Savior, LCC worked to bring the mercy and compassion of Christ Jesus to those in need during this time. Washington 2

On Sunday, November 16, Our Savior held a praise worship service to remember what had happened and to thank God for all He has done in the recovery. Twelve LCC K-9 Comfort Dogs were able to come to the service and help remember with the rest of the Our Savior family.

LCC K-9 Comfort Dogs Adeena (St. John, Burlington), Bekah (Immanuel, Belvidere), Chloe (Lord of Life, LaFox), Gracie (Trinity, Davenport), JoJo (Living Christ, Arlington Heights), Kye (Immanuel, Belvidere), Ruthie (LCC), Susie (St. Peter, Arlington Heights), and Comfort Dogs in-training Aaron, Asher, Anna, and Katie made the journey down to Washington, Illinois to attend their special remembrance service.

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The service included praise for what God has done to help restore their town, as well as first hand accounts of that day.

After the service a potluck lunch was served to those in attendance. The Comfort Dogs were well received and loved by all. May you continue to keep those in Washington in your thoughts and prayers as they continue with reconstruction a year after the devastating tornado ripped through their town.

View Pictures from the Service
Last Updated on Wednesday, 19 November 2014 08:41
 
LCC K-9 Comfort Dogs Bring Comfort to Red Cross Blood Drive Print E-mail
Red Cross On Sunday, November 9, the LCC K-9 Comfort Dogs were invited to the Red Cross Blood Drive at Old St. Patrick's Church in Chicago.

Susie (St. Peter, Arlington Heights), JoJo (Living Christ Lutheran Church, Arlington Heights) and Darlin (Mt. Greenwood, Chicago and St. Paul, Matteson), along with their handlers, were there to offer comfort to those donating blood, their waiting family members, as well as all of the hard working volunteers.

It was a great success all around with lots of pats, ear scratches, smiles and life saving blood donations.

Last Updated on Wednesday, 19 November 2014 09:37
 
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