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News : Applications being taken by the Salvation Army at Trenton for holiday food baskets
Posted by John on 2012/10/29 14:50:28 (521 reads) News by the same author

Applications will be accepted tomorrow (Tuesday) in Trenton for Salvation Army food baskets for the holiday season. Eligible persons can go to the First Christian Church at 17th and Princeton Road between 10 and 12 noon AND between 1 and 4 o'clock on Tuesday.

Those who do are asked to bring with them, photo identification for an adults in the household; social security cards for all persons of the household; proof of address; and proof of family income. The Salvation Army also will be taking applications again at Trenton 1st christian church on November 7th in the same time periods. Those unable to make either date may go to the Salvation Army office located at 621 Mohawk in north Chillicothe. The deadline is November 9th for the Thanksgiving food basket. The deadline to apply for a Christmas food basket is December 6th. Distribution of food baskets at Trenton are scheduled from the 1st christian church November 19th in time for Thanksgiving and December 18th in time for Christmas. The Christmas basket also will include toys for families with children. There's no charge to apply for the assistance.
Persons who have questions about the assistance may contact Majors John or Faye Flanagan at the Salvation Army of Chillicothe. Phone 646 35-38.
There will be an open house at 621 Mohawk in Chillicothe on November 13th beginning at 10 o'clock, Mayor Chuck Haney is to issue a proclamation and kickoff the kettle bell-ringing campaign to raise funds for the Salvation Army. Chillicothe area chamber of commerce plans on a ribbon-cutting ceremony. The public is invited. The event is described as in honor of the 125th anniversary year celebration for the Salvation Army.

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