# 28 Our Hands Are Cuffed

Miss King is also a lifelong resident of Boynton Beach. Jackie had her house built next door to the home where she was raised. Her sister,Angela, lived in the family home(next door to hers) until 2018. Angela died in the home. Jackie is still reeling the affects of her sister’s death. You ,very seldom ,saw one without the other.Jackie volunteered with the CCC delivering Healthy Meals to seniors,visits them in nursing facilties and hospitals and Jackie is very passionate about the care and self-worth! Mrs King transports them to pick-up medication and grocery shopping.Jackie has two sons Selwyn(39) and Eric(45). Communities and leaders have ignored this pandemic. Our hands are cuffed .We can no longer go out to fellowship with those we would like to share love and attention . Mrs King could use help with her Electric and Water utilities.

About This Story

  • Project: COVID-19
  • Date submitted: June 24, 2020
  • Emotional tone: Neutral
  • Who should know about this? Everyone, Friends and family, Leaders who make decisions, and My community

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  • Community: Boynton Beach
  • Age: Over 61
  • Gender: Female
  • Concerns: Being alone, Being around too many people, Health of my friends and/or family, Health of the community, My health, Paying the bills, and Safety of my neighborhood

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