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Healing With Flowers is back up and spreading joy after shutting down operations due to the pandemic, but the ministry is in more need of volunteers than ever. Now in its sixth year, the all-volunteer organization’s mission is to repurpose donated flowers into bouquets that
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January 10th from 4-6pm is Sensory Night at Hands On! This event is designed for children with sensory integration needs and their immediate family. Lighting and sound are adjusted as well as many other environmental elements. Hands On! will be closed to the public during
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Join Regan Elkins and Lohan Kotze, certified public accountants with Rodefer Moss, for a discussion about financial independence as a young adult, including all you need to know about taxes. Financial literacy? Try FUNancial literacy! It will be fun, we promise! Registration is required. To
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Meals on Wheels is a program that helps deliver meals to elderly people in need. Currently the Hampton program has five delivery drivers, with only two that are able to work consistently. The program is desperately needing at least four more volunteers soon to deliver
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Meals on Wheels is a program that helps deliver meals to elderly people in need. Currently the Hampton program has five delivery drivers, with only two that are able to work consistently. The program is desperately needing at least four more volunteers soon to deliver
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A new play is in the works to hit the stage in early summertime at the McKinney Center, but before the show goes on, stories are needed. The center announced Monday that they are hosting “Listening Project,” an effort to gain community members’ memories of