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J.O.Y Ministries makes news with move, hurricane relief
J.O.Y Ministry move to 411 Greensburg Street will be complete by end of September. Second relief truck going to Texas, Friday, September 15, 2017. Thanks to Ellen Hingle and Mike Curry.
By Maggie Coleman, Director
News from J.O.Y. Ministry
J.O.Y. Ministries will be leaving our current location at 211 Public Square by the end of this month. We are relocating to 411 Greensburg Street, which is the headquarters of A1 Transportation Service next to the public library.
A big thank you to Ellen Hingle for allowing us to grow the ministry tremendously from our public square location the past year. Also, a big thanks to Mike Curry and A1 for allowing us to share their space for the next few years
We will be posting a big banner by the entrance to the Crisis Resource Center. It will be the door on the side of the building facing Greensburg Street. We are hoping to actually be fully open and ready for business on October 2, but we are remodeling the space a little, so that may get postponed. However, that will be our location as of October 2. This location is very suited to our needs. Stop by in October and check it out!
Also, we are not accepting clothing at this time (We have too much!), but food and monetary donations are always welcome.
Keep your eyes peeled on our Facebook page for information about donating to Florida relief. That began today.
We send another truck to Texas tomorrow and have a mission trip planned for Fall Break to one of those areas. Details on these experiences will be forthcoming in our fall newsletter! Thank you! -- Maggie Coleman Treasurer J.O.Y. Ministries
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