Community support makes outreach possible
Published 10:53 am Wednesday, December 24, 2008
My name is Brenda Horan. I’m the director of Michael’s Grace Place, a food pantry and clothing closet in South Point.
We opened our doors on October 13, 2007. We provide a warm and friendly place for families who are in need. We show God’s love to over 220 families a month.
Several churches support us as part of their outreach programs. They are Tri-State Worship Center, Evangelistic Outreach, Sunrise Church of the Nazarene, Baldknob United Brethren, and Burlington Baptist Church.
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Our goal is to have all the area churches helping us reach out to the less fortunate.
Several businesses have also supported us: Foodfair, Big Sandy Furniture, Valley Alternators, West End Recycling, Empire Metal, Jill’s Tumble World, Harless Towing, Wal-Mart, Sam’s Club, Dr. Parter, Feeman Construction, Track Side Pizza, Ironton Pizza Hut, South Point Giovanni’s, Linda Weekly for donating Avon, Dollar Tree, Commercial Contruction, Tint America, Bailey Contractor, Curves, Pannara Breads, and WesBanco.
Dawson-Bryant Elementary School, Ashland Community College, and South Point High School have also donated.
Also, many community members have donated.
I just want to say, “Thanks to all of you.”
I can be contacted at 740-237-6051.