Wednesday, April 13, 2011

First Assembly Day - history

We set up an assembly line in the Fellowship Hall, moved all the items from the office to the fellowship hall...assembled 65 kits...loaded them into vans...inventoried the things left....went shopping to start for next week....got all the drivers lined up for tomorrow's delivery.... Good day...tiring day...I know in my heart, no matter how great the need,  I cannot keep this pace up...but I have plans to alter the pace in upcoming weeks. 


Photos: 

Our QC ladies were invaluable....

My son, the coach, told me a clipboard and a whistle puts you in charge....I ran around all day answering questions, putting out fires and blowing my PWOC whistle. LOL 



Anita checks a kit over

Note to self - next week assign people (like Melissa) at each table with glass that needs wrapping. 

Becky takes QC seriously!

Multi-tasking: supervising assembly, wrapping china, giving Navy PA an interview and corralling Zander. 

Ah - Asia Region Board at work. ::snort:: We managed to load 64 kits into 4 minivans. 





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3 comments:

Kim said...

Too awesome! Wish we were there to help! Looks like you have an awesome group of helpers! I've heard from Japanese friends that people are really looking for things to read, so the books you put in are wonerful!!!

Herding Grasshoppers said...

D'Etta,

That is awesome!

I hope you get a little publicity... not that you're looking for attention/glory, but so that people who see you (Americans) in the stores will understand you're not hoarding, or taking resources away from Japanese who need it.

Julie

De'Etta @ Choosing Joy said...

I wish you were here, too, Kim. ::grin:: but I love hearing about your new adventures in Eastern OR.

Yes, Julie...really don't want more work, but could use more funds. LOL