Potter pulls off another Soup Day, honouring her promise to serve Rural South with compassion

Although not in office, Gladys Potter is still making an impactful
contribution to the struggling residents of St. John’s Rural South.
Potter, the United Progressive Party (UPP) caretaker for the
constituency, pulled off another Soup Day when constituents came
together on Wednesday, March 13, to show care and support for the
elderly and less fortunate.

Together, they served delicious soups which, Potter says, brought
warmth to their hearts and nourishment and comfort to those who
needed the meals most.

Potter is expressing her “deepest gratitude to everyone who
contributed their time, resources, and culinary talents” to make the
initiative successful.

“Your generosity and compassion truly make a difference in the lives
of our neighbours, and I am continually inspired by the spirit of
unity and kindness that defines our community,” Potter says.

In her capacity as caretaker, she says she will honour her promise to
serve the community with dedication and compassion.

“Together, we will continue to uplift and support each other,
ensuring that no one in St. Rural South is left behind,” she says