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  • FMA Hosts 5K Fun Run/1 Mile Walk Food Drive

    Takeout or take action … to feed the hungry? That’s what Federal Managers Association Chapter 21 will be asking when it hosts its fifth annual Five-Kilometer Fun Run and One-Mile Walk on May 13 in participation of Public Service Recognition Week — May 7-13. The…

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  • NWTF to hold food drive at Annual JAKES event

    Special THANK YOU to the local National Wild Turkey Federation who is holding a food drive at their Annual JAKES event on Saturday, March 25 from 9am – 3pm off Galloway Road (behind Food Lion in Bridgeton). The event is FREE and open to all…

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  • Faith Through Song – April 2

    Join us as we bring back “Faith Through Song”; an evening of music led by Paul Saik, Music Minister at Centenary UMC. Special thank you to the following participating churches: Biblical House of God, Centenary United Methodist, Christ Church, First Baptist, First Presbyterian, Garber UMC,…

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  • Special THANK YOU to our Empty Bowls Supporters

    THANK YOU! Empty Bowls is a successful fundraiser because of the following: POTTERS: Joanne Ashton | Joyce Basye | Jim Bisbee | Alessandro Cagiati | City Potters: Michael DePietro | Gloria Hodgert | Pat Hughes | Rebecca Shelley | Anne Marie Skogsbakken | Deborah Wheeler…

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  • Huge support for Annual Empty Bowls

    THANK YOU to everyone involved in our Annual Empty Bowls fundraiser! This was another HUGE success and we are so grateful to everyone who sponsored, volunteered, and attended the event. Of course, we wouldn’t have an event without our soup vendors and potters. We are so…

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