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Published: Sunday, October 14, 2007

Help for Christmas



Help for Christmas

YOUNGSTOWN — The first 20 needy families can sign up for free Christmas toys or clothing assistance for needy families from 1 to 2 p.m. Wednesday at Nevel's Temple Church, 939 Elm St. The families must bring this information: current valid identification, proof of guardianship of children; a Social Security card; each child's medical cards and Social Security cards; and proof of income that doesn't exceed the federal poverty guidelines.

KFC, food bank team up

YOUNGSTOWN — Youngstown-area KFC restaurants, along with McLane Foods, are donating $500 worth of canned goods to the Second Harvest Food Bank of Mahoning Valley, 2805 Salt Springs Road, during World Hunger Relief Week, Oct. 14-20. "These statistics are truly staggering, and we're extremely proud to join KFC restaurants worldwide in an effort to make a difference," said James J. Liguori, chief operating officer of Morgan's Foods, the operator of the Youngstown-area KFC restaurants. People can donate to the World Food Programme to help fight world hunger at any local KFC restaurant through Oct. 20. Nationally, a Colonel Sanders look-alike is hitting the road on a cross-country road trip to collect "Honks for Hunger Relief." Any time a passer-by sounds a car horn when spotting the colonel, KFC will drop $1 in the bucket to help fight hunger.

Flu shots for adults

WARREN — Flu vaccine will be available for adults Tuesday at Trumbull Business College, 3200 Ridge Road. The shots will be available from 3 to 5 p.m., or until all vaccines are given, whichever comes first. The cost is $25. There is no charge for those with Traditional Medicare presenting their card. For more information or questions, call (330) 884-1500. The event is sponsored by Forum Health and WorkMED.

Minority-issues forum

FARRELL, Pa. — A public forum to address issues facing minorities in Mercer County will be Oct. 24 in the Farrell City Building, 500 Roemer Blvd. Topics will include housing, employment and financial issues. The event, co-sponsored by ASSET and Sharon/Farrell Weed & Seed, will be from 10 a.m. to noon.

Sunday, October 14, 2007

Help for Christmas

YOUNGSTOWN — The first 20 needy families can sign up for free Christmas toys or clothing assistance for needy families from 1 to 2 p.m. Wednesday at Nevel's Temple Church, 939 Elm St. The families must bring this information: current valid identification, proof of guardianship of children; a Social Security card; each child's medical cards and Social Security cards; and proof of income that doesn't exceed the federal poverty guidelines.

KFC, food bank team up

YOUNGSTOWN — Youngstown-area KFC restaurants, along with McLane Foods, are donating $500 worth of canned goods to the Second Harvest Food Bank of Mahoning Valley, 2805 Salt Springs Road, during World Hunger Relief Week, Oct. 14-20. "These statistics are truly staggering, and we're extremely proud to join KFC restaurants worldwide in an effort to make a difference," said James J. Liguori, chief operating officer of Morgan's Foods, the operator of the Youngstown-area KFC restaurants. People can donate to the World Food Programme to help fight world hunger at any local KFC restaurant through Oct. 20. Nationally, a Colonel Sanders look-alike is hitting the road on a cross-country road trip to collect "Honks for Hunger Relief." Any time a passer-by sounds a car horn when spotting the colonel, KFC will drop $1 in the bucket to help fight hunger.

Flu shots for adults

WARREN — Flu vaccine will be available for adults Tuesday at Trumbull Business College, 3200 Ridge Road. The shots will be available from 3 to 5 p.m., or until all vaccines are given, whichever comes first. The cost is $25. There is no charge for those with Traditional Medicare presenting their card. For more information or questions, call (330) 884-1500. The event is sponsored by Forum Health and WorkMED.

Minority-issues forum

FARRELL, Pa. — A public forum to address issues facing minorities in Mercer County will be Oct. 24 in the Farrell City Building, 500 Roemer Blvd. Topics will include housing, employment and financial issues. The event, co-sponsored by ASSET and Sharon/Farrell Weed & Seed, will be from 10 a.m. to noon.

Sunday, October 14, 2007
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