Tri-County Patriotic TEA Party

Welcome!

Dear Veterans,
Thank you for your service. We are very proud of you and support you all the way.
With deep appreciation,
Tri-County TEA Party

                                                            
Valley Business and Organizations are Uniting to Help Hurricane Sandy Victims
HELP Victims of Hurricane Sandy

Our Mahoning County friend, Tracey Winbush, has put together a relief and care package for the victims of Hurricane sandy. Please help Tracey in her efforts to make a difference and give the aid needed now.

Valley Business and Organizations are Uniting to Help Hurricane Sandy Victims
HELP Victims of Hurricane Sandy

We wil
l be collecting non-perishable food items, batteries, new blankets, hand warmers, and the like to victims of Hurricane Sandy welcome your assistance in collection.


If you could ask your co-workers, family, and friends to join us as we unite to help I would greatly appreciate it.

Mahoning County GOP 621 Boardman-Canfield Rd (Across from Giant Eagle) 330-629-7006 Monday – Friday 1pm – 6pm Saturday and Sunday 9am – 1pm

Ambassador Technologies 3622 Belmont Avenue, Liberty Twp., OH (Behind McDonalds) 330-759-9700 Monday – Friday 11am – 6pm, Saturday Noon – 5pm

Fit Family 45 No Canfield Rd, Route 46, Suite 200 Austintown, OH 44515. Monday – Friday 7am – 6pm 330-793-4466

Nemenz IGA Food Stores 655 Creed St, Struthers, OH 44471 and 2980 McCartney Rd (Lincoln Knolls Plaza) Youngstown, Oh

Ryan’s Chair 2935 Glenwood Avenue, Youngstown, OH 330-782-7599

Charlie Staples BBQ 372 W. Rayen Avenue, Youngstown, OH 445020 330-783-7427 Monday –Saturday Noon- 9:pm

Facts about the Salvation Army of New Jersey:

The Destruction of Hurricane Sandy in New Jersey has not let up and there are thousands of people still in their home without electricity and heat. In various neighborhoods leaving their homes could cause for further heartache and devastation because of looting.

We will be collecting non-perishable food items, batteries, hand warmers and new blankets from November 10 th through the 15th, departing Friday November 16, and hand distributing these items Saturday, November 17, 2012 to various hard hit areas.

Since Hurricane Sandy The Salvation Army in New Jersey has served over

63,000 meals,
86,000 snacks,
80,000 bottles of water
The Salvation Army in New Jersey has given out over

3,000 Blankets (And 6000 on order)
1,000 Hygiene Kits
3,500 Bags of Food

The Salvation Army in New Jersey has spent more than 1,700 man hours doing Spiritual Care for families and individuals.

The Salvation Army in New Jersey has 12 mobile feeding Canteens serving 16 Shelters.

The Salvation Army in New Jersey has 3 Shelters that we have setup for housing and feeding people.

All items will be hand delivered in person Saturday, November 17 and all monetary donations should be make out to East Orange Salvation Army

Volunteer to help, drive, or assist in loading please call 330-629-7006 or Tracey at 330-720-0000 or traceywinbush@gmail.com

Contact: Tracey Winbush

330-720-0000

traceywinbush@gmail.com

Thank you for your continued help, there are thousands of people that really need our help because of this storm.

God Bless

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