Our Volunteer Spotlight is one of our 2017 Both Hands Project Managers, Adam Yelton. In this role, Adam will be in charge of one of our work sites where Both Hands Volunteers will spend the day serving a widow as they work on various projects around and in her home.
Brian King, CFLM's Director of Development, had only kind words when asked about Adam's role in supporting CFLM. He said,
"I have never seen Adam Yelton when he did not have a smile on his face. He has worked with us for the last several years on the Both Hands project and he has been asked to do some pretty tough jobs. But he has always jumped in willingly, and with a smile. It has been my pleasure to serve with him. The jobs are not always easy, but if Adam is around, they are always fun. (He also makes some of the best pulled pork I've ever had the pleasure to eat.)"
Read Adam's answers to the questions below, and get to know him a little better!
Volunteer Position: Both Hands Project Manager
How did you first get involved with CFLM: I am the son in law of the co-founders Bryan & Lisa Miller. For the record I would be there even if I weren't!
What is your favorite memory from volunteering with CFLM: Dodging rain showers to install the most complicated swing set ever designed by man! 2 builders 1 ER doctor, an accountant and a few more I can't remember. Took us all day and was tons of fun!!
What has surprised you most about working with CFLM: I am surprised every year at the turnout of volunteers.
What makes volunteering with CFLM meaningful for you: Simply to know that every dollar raised goes directly to who it is meant for......Children and their forever families!
What is one of your hidden talents: I can balance children on their feet in the palm of my hand. Way before they can walk! Any child.....give me your children!
How did people describe you in your high school yearbook: Funny
If you could travel anywhere tomorrow, where would you go: Anywhere tropical with my wife!