The Salvation Army   Doing The Most Good
 
Today‚Äôs Announcements:  
Big Thank You to Jim Listebarger and from Jim to his committee and all who helped make the Polar Bear a successful event.
 
Letter of gratitude from Chris Humphrey, the exchange student year is going quickly and Kent shared his letter.  
 
Kudos to Susan West for the Narcan training and there was enough interest it could be run again.  
 
Jim and Roberta are collecting sunglasses, baseball hats and contributions for the Dominican Republic Mission Trip.
 
Kristin Hapton -Harmon shared the 1865 London founding of The Salvation Army and the current and needed work they do today in Union, Delaware and Franklin Counties of Ohio
  • Learning Centers
  • 187,546 Nights of lodging
  • PTSD Veteran examples
  • 590,000 meals served through the Pantry
  • 547 Men served in adult rehabilitation centers for free
  • 12,893 local children received Christmas toys from The Salvation Army these holidays
  • 24,000 people received Red Box gifts on Christmas Day
All thanks to local volunteers, local donors and Red Kettle efforts to fundraise so this dedicated staff can serve our counties and community.
Call 1-800- SATruck for pick up coordination.
Michelle Hannan spoke abot the critical nature of the Anti- Human Trafficking  programs where 71% of the victims are women and children.
SA Justice was explained as well as the Soap project that has been s successful helping victims escape their situations.
Soap outreach is most effective during the Arnold Classic, The Muirfield Tournament and Quarter Horse Congress events locally that causes an increase in this terrible crime.
May 9th is a volunteer day we will be hearing more about from member  Dennis Muchnicki to help recovering victims.  Call 1-888-373-7888 for information.