Former Soup For The Soul Kitchen Mgr. Kelli pictured with Ex. Dir. Lisa Braun celebrating her success transitioning to full-time work! You go Kelli!
Ohio City Power has supported physical exercise and basketball for years. It all began with our Round The World games. It's time get real with Carl! Carl Cook aka "Coach" has created a program and started a team at St. Paul's. Here he is pictured with Albert, OCP Operations Mgr. Looks like Albert is ready to dunk on Carl lol Thank you again to Tim Clegg for donating tennis shoes and white t-shirts. Carl washes the shirts himself after our homeless friends get their game on. Thank you Carl for making a difference and going the extra mile!
Lisa Braun, Ex. Dir., accepts 10 pair of tennis shoes from Tim Clegg, CEO of Americhip, for the Ohio City Arrows program at St. Paul's. Tim also donated tee shirts.
Albert Wagner, OCP Ops. Mgr., reps from Sisters Of Charity Foundation (center) and St. Paul's Parish Nurse, Kathy Kolcaba stop while touring Soup For The Soul program at St. Paul's.
Soup For The Soul has added two new fantastic cooks: meet Wayne and Francine. Both are members of Turning Point. They are quite the Dynamic Duo.
Senior Pastor Doug Horner (center) of St. Paul's got jiggy with it on the court and showed the boys a thing or two. That Reverend's got game! The basketball program is very popular. OCP supports and encourages physical activity and team building. Many thanks to our corporate sponsor for donating 2 $10 Dave's Supermarket gift cards. Stay tuned!!!!
John is getting his life back on track. He's a dedicated participant of Turning Point (St. Paul's recovery program), assisting with the basketball program, working at St. Paul's and soon to be married on Valentine's Day by Pastor Doug. Pictured here with his fiancee, Jackie. OCP supports John in his journey. Good luck John!
We're baaaack! It all started here. Round The World Basketball at St. Paul's. Lisa Braun, Executive Director, is pictured here with outreach visitors. Pastor Doug and Turning Point Community Director Duane Drotar are collaborating with Ohio City Power to encourage physical activity, community involvement and job opportunities.
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