Ellie and Alex enjoyed some summer fun. Ohio City Power sprinkles joy to the kids while their mother complete her incarceration obligation.
Glenwillow Police Dept. has 3 Veterans in their departments. Our hats go off to them for their courage and loyalty in keeping us safe.
Our angels Ellie and Alex were blessed with Easter Baskets, a map/toy and pjs from Federated's Tapestry and Mary Martha sewing circles. We continue to remember Federated/circle member and the kids' great-grandmother, Janet Fitch. We're sure Janet is smiling down from heaven.
North Randall Police Dept. has 3 Veterans in their department. Today we donated lunch cards to them. Thank you for your service!
It really is better to give than receive ... especially to children! Ellie and Alex (and their father) were overwhelmed with the generosity from Federated folks.
Marty Culbertson, Dir. of Mission & Service and Lynne Kessell, Dir. of the Women Fellowship Circles and Sit & Stitch at The Federated Church, collected donations for Ellie and Alex. The generosity of all involved was overwhelming! The single-parent father was speechless. The memory of the childrens' great grandmother and Federated member, Janet Fitch was deeply honored and we're sure she's smiling down from heaven. Thank you, Federated!
Miles Farmers Market donated 19 $25 gift cards for veterans who are now police officers. A big shout out to the Miles Farmers Market family. Donations accepted on our Support Menu or by purchasing MEB III Nike gear at https://eastbaystore.com/OFTS7586. The Fundraiser ends Nov. 19th.
Today we said thank you to an Army Veteran now Solon Police Officer. We salute those that signed the dotted line for this beautiful country and went on to take an oath to protect our streets.
As we adjust to life with Covid it's important to remember the children. Child abuse is up as is domestic violence. In the past, Heavenly Angels provided healthy snacks to inner-city children after their tumbling class. Today Heavenly Angels is helping one family with small children who's mother is incarcerated. Spread the love!
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