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S.O.S. – Stock Our Shelves
Right now, three boxes of crackers, two boxes of taco shells, a couple boxes of cookies, a can of green beans, and some other odds and ends are all that’s going in a food basket from the Salvation Army. The Salvation Army’s food pantry provides food to countless hungry men, women and children every month. But they are running out of food. Fast. The shelves are nearly bare.
Help them stock their shelves today. They need nutritious, nonperishable food so that others may have enough to eat. Please help.
If you can help, please bring any of these and others non-perishable food items to The Salvation Army today.
Pancake mix, maple syrup, cereal, soups, crackers, pork & beans, vegetables, dry milk, tuna, salad dressing, macaroni & cheese, pasta & sauces, fruit juices, spaghettio’s, peanut butter, fruits, beef stew, canned meats, toilet paper, detergent.
Car Seat Checks and Safety Inspections
The Kirksville Fire Department is setting new hours for car seat checks and installations. Effective immediately, car seat checks and installations will be performed on Saturdays from 8:00 a.m. to noon. They encourage citizens to call for appointments. Walk-ins are welcome, but you may have to wait if they are already assisting someone with an appointment. They hope this change will allow the program to run more smoothly and keep citizens from having to wait for assistance. If you have any questions about the car seat program, contact Fire Captain Joe Schilling at 660-665-3734.
Everyone is welcome to enjoy a good, hot meal the 3rd Saturday of every month at the Mary Immaculate School Cafeteria, 716 E. Washington, Kirksville, Missouri. Serving will begin at Noon and continue until all are served. Donations are accepted, but not required to participate in this community meal.
Hope’s Kitchen makes free meals available to people who are homeless, have low-incomes, have trouble preparing their own meals or just need social interaction. While it is currently being run out of the Mary Immaculate Catholic Church Cafeteria, Hope’s Kitchen is not affiliated with the church. In fact, Hope’s Kitchen relies on various religious and civic groups in the Kirksville area to provide the staff for cooking, serving, delivering and cleaning.
For a ride or home delivery, on the day of the lunch call 660-665-1006. You may also visit their web site at www.hopeskitchen.org to see how you can help or to learn more information about this ministry.
Wellsprings Mental Health Clinic
The Wellsprings Mental Health Clinic with counseling provided by Dr. Jeffrey Harden, Board Certified Psychiatrist will be open to schedule patient appointments on Thursdays only from 9 a.m. to 12 p.m. and 1 p.m. to 5 p.m. Dr. Harden will provide counseling, psychotherapy, family counseling and marital counseling.
Wellsprings Mental Health Clinic is a ministry of Rehoboth Baptist Church, 100 Pfeiffer Road, Kirksville, Missouri, and will pursue the application of Christian principles in its activities and treatments. Call (660) 665-7577 to schedule an appointment or to get more information.
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