Still heading back to Ohio, we stopped in Oneonta, New York where we met Jo and John Terwilligier. They are involved with the “Come Share a Meal at Our Table” program. Wonderful people and a great program. Jo and John explained throughout town here, for the past 12 years, volunteers and local businesses (in the form of food donations, etc.) provide a daily meal “for everyone.” The reason: “So no one in town has to be hungry.” Afterward, Joseph and I went to the Oneonta Public Library where we read a book about Jackie Robinson, who was the first Black Major League Baseball player and the first Black player inducted into the Baseball Hall of Fame — which is just north of here in Cooperstown, NY.