Molly Putnam Director of Operations
   Molly says she has been at the Kroc Center for 9 years and the Kroc Center is 10 years old this year.
Since Easter got canceled this year They jumped thru hoops to figure out how to keep servicing the people of Kerrville.
They started with a back to school bash drive thru that serviced 384 people.
Next they held  a Pumpkin Run that 105 people were involved/
They also help a Harvest Fest that helped 480 people.
Then they help a Thanksgiving Dinner that fed over 1000 plus people.
They are having a drive thru Christmas this Saturday from 10 to 2.
Also Salvation Army Angel Trees are located at the Salvation Army Kroc Center, River Hills Mall, Belk, Gibson’s, Walmart and at local banks during the holidays. The trees are decorated with paper angels, each representing a child or senior who, without this program, might not receive a gift at Christmas.
This will get gifts for 236 families and 50 Seniors. 650 Kids will get gifts.
Molly stated that the Kroc Center acquired a 21 foot, 6 Sided rock climbing wall.
This will go from beginners to pro.
They also acquired an inflatable cover for the pool. This will allow all kinds of water activities during cold days. They pool is also heated
The Kroc Center helps folks in the Kerrville area.
Amazing this is all happening during the Pandemic,
John Green Development and Sales Manager 
John told us about a new golf simulator. E6 Connect - E6Golf
This can do all kinds of games. 
They are also getting a recovery room. In this room they will have a chair with a dry water massage that will give you 10 minutes that will feel like a one hour deep tissue massage. Wow its only $5 and can be added to your membership for $3 extra,