Three UUCJ Donors Gave 101 Pounds as of Tuesday Morning. Great! Arlington Community Services’ current needs are listed below.
Note from Mary Louise Weber, Executive Director of ACS :
Your monetary support, food, and mask donations have been wonderful! We are blessed by your radical hospitality to serve our Arlington neighbors in need. We fed 243 folks and helped 14 families with rent/JEA in September. Your generosity has been overflowing during these uncertain times! Thank you so much, and keep us in your prayers.
We are open Monday-Friday, 9-12, at 1450 Rogero Rd, to serve the community. Continue to be safe.
Current needs are: canned peas, corn, soup, meats, tomatoes, gravy, instant potatoes, Hamburger Helper, pasta and rice sides, Jiffy Cornbread Mix, peanut butter, jelly, laundry detergent, toilet paper, small toiletries, and socks for our homeless.
We are celebrating 3 birthdays next week: Joe Adiutori on 10/12, Martha Aiken on 10/15, and Linda Plummer on 10/15. Please give them a call or send a card to let them know that we care. If you have a birthday next week and your name is not listed, we apologize that our records are incomplete. Please contact Barbara Robinson at email@example.com or 904-874-2603 and she will see that your birthdate is added to our data base.
Kathleen Renee’s father, David Barth, died from heart failure on September 23, 2020 in Graham, NC. He was 84. He left behind his wife and sister, seven children, twelve grandchildren and four great grandchildren. He will be sorely missed. Condolences go out to Kathleen and her family.
Carole Sandman’s mother, Lucille Tanner, passed away on September 27, 2020 in New Port Richey, Florida. She was 97. She was living in a care center near Carole’s younger brother. With deepest sympathy to Carole and her family.