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Randolph-Brooks FCU Helps the Senior Citizens Program Continue to Move Meals through Wilson County
Monday, October 21, 2013 9:20 AM


Randolph-Brooks FCU (RBFCU) recently assisted the Senior Citizens Program of Wilson County in purchasing new tires for the vehicle used to deliver meals to senior citizens in the area.

Betty Manak, The Senior Citizen Program coordinator, and her team delivers meals to seniors located within a 75 -100 mile radius around Floresville five days a week. When they were in need of new tires in order to continue their deliveries, Manak reached out to her friends at RBFCU.

Within 24-hours, she was able to purchase the tires through a donation from RBFCU.

“RBFCU’s focus is on people helping people," said Lorena Bourland, Floresville branch manager for RBFCU. “We are committed to helping people like Manak succeed in their mission of serving the community.”

“I would like to thank RBFCU for purchasing the new tires for our delivery van,” said Manak. “It’s very much appreciated, and needed to help us with our home meal deliveries.”

The tires were purchased from Ancira Ford in Floresville. “They were quick to get pricing and were the lowest compared to the other places that I checked,” said Manak. “They also did not charge labor, and Andy at Ancira even ran the vehicle through their carwash. That was just the icing on the cake.”