The Columbia Restaurant's annual Community Harvest nourishes non-profits in the community.
"The more that you read, the more things you will know. The more that you learn, the more places you will go." - Dr. Seuss
The children arrived at A Kid's Place late one night; the stormy summer weather reflected the fear these children felt as they were thrust into a new environment.
Local residents train for a night of dance competition to raise funds for area non-profits.
Sarah Ferranto Brennick shares essay contest prize with A Kid's Place.
The dancers in flapper dresses and sequins glide across the dance floor as their partners in pin striped suits and bowler hats lead them in the Foxtrot, the Waltz, and of course the Charleston.
Birthdays and holidays are an especially difficult time in the lives of foster children; Holiday Drives provide an extra boost of hope to our children during these important moments.
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