The Grafton Corps Cadets are so full of joy and they all are willing to participate in almost every aspect of Army life. They have all stepped up in leadership roles such as Sunday school teachers, Junior soldier sergeant, sunbeam leader, and the list goes on. One the things that has caught the eye of corps officers and the corps cadet counselor is that they have continued their friendship outside of church. They encourage and pray for one another and those positive attributes have spilled over into the rest of corps members. Several of the corps cadets make every effort to come to the corps during the week to clean, do work projects or just fellowship with one another because they are beginning to understand the importance of stewardship and having a right relationship with God. They volunteer during Christmas packing food bags, helping with angel tree and of course bell ringing. The corps cadets volunteered a total of 250 hours just during Christmas and over 1500 hours last year. Because of their hunger to know God more, I, their corps officer, am inspired to do more. As far as I’m concerned the future of the Grafton Corps is in excellent hands.