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Africa close to wiping out wild polio after six months free of disease

Archived, 14 days ago From theguardian.com 

London, U K - Africa has gone six months without any new cases of wild polio for the first time, experts say, raising hopes that the disease could be wiped out on the continent sooner than expected.

Wednesday marked half a year since the last polio ...

U.S. Navy sailors help build for habitat for humanity in W-S

Archived, 14 days ago From wfmynews2.com 

Greensboro, NORTH CAROLINA - Eleven sailors from the U.S.S. Theodore Roosevelt were in Winston-Salem Friday to help build for the Habitat for Humanity in Forsyth County.

The sailors are stationed in Norfolk, Virginia and officials say this is the second time a gro ...

Second Harvest receives 28,000 pounds of chicken

Archived, 14 days ago From walb.com 

Albany, GEORGIA - A generous donation of chicken is helping fight hunger in South Georgia.

Perdue Farms donated 28,000 pounds of poultry as a part of their commitment to donate two million pounds every year to Feeding America Food Banks like Second Harv ...

Meals on Wheels volunteers deliver warm food, smiles

Archived, 15 days ago From southernminn.com 

St. Peter, MINNESOTA - Meals on Wheels volunteer drivers deliver more than food each day. They deliver smiles.

Arlene Krusemark, 87, smiles when Betty Thompson comes to her door in Central Square Apartments.

"That's the way I get to meet more ...

Two individuals join Lakes Area Habitat for Humanity volunteer board

Archived, 15 days ago From brainerddispatch.com 

Brainerd, MINNESOTA - Two Brainerd individuals have been selected to join the volunteer board of directors of Lakes Area Habitat for Humanity.

Both individuals bring a unique perspective to the board, as well as a history of participation with the organizat ...

American Red Cross and Duke Energy Foundation partner for preparedness on anniversary of ice storm

Archived, 15 days ago From wbtw.com 

Myrtle Beach, SOUTH CAROLINA - The Duke Energy Foundation has awarded the American Red Cross a grant to provide residents in the Pee Dee area with vital disaster preparedness information through the Be Ready Backpack Project.

This is the second year that the grant h ...

Salvation Army hosts shoe and coat giveaway

Archived, 16 days ago From wytv.com 

Youngstown, OHIO - The Salvation Army and a local foot care clinic teamed up Wednesday to make sure everyone stays warm this winter.

A shoe and coat giveaway was held at the Youngstown Salvation Army on Glenwood Avenue. More than 500 pairs of new shoes a ...

Missouri attorneys donate time, money to food banks

Archived, 16 days ago From connectmidmissouri.com 

New Bloomfield , MISSOURI - The Missouri Association of Trial Attorneys is donating time and money to food banks across the state.

MATA stopped at the Food Bank of Central and Northeast Missouri Wednesday evening. The group donated $3,000 and helped package food ...

Habitat starts home for family of four in northeast Forsyth

Archived, 16 days ago From forsythnews.com 

Cumming, GEORGIA - Habitat for Humanity-North Central Georgia has begun work on a new home for the Henry family in northeastern Forsyth County.

According to a news release from Habitat, more than 40 people attended the recent “first nail” ceremony for th ...

Red Cross helps multiple Chesterfield families displaced by fire

Archived, 16 days ago From nbc12.com 

Richmond, VIRGINIA - Looking at Jaden's smiling face, you would have no idea what he's been through. He and his mom Samantha Tomlin had to rush out of their apartment after a fire broke out early Wednesday in a Chesterfield apartment complex.

"Everything i ...

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