St Peter Middle School Students “Hang Up” at the Clothes Closet

St Peter Catholic School students, grades 7 and 8, came to the help out at the Clothes Closet in honor of Catholic Schools Week by sorting, organizing and hanging up clothing.  The Clothes Closet has been undergoing a renovation and reorganization and this help was very much needed.  Thanks to all the St Peter students and their chaperones. WANT TO HELP THOSE IN NEED ANOTHER WAY? DONATE OR VOLUNTEER.
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Clothes Closet Revival

The Community Crossroads Center clothes closet is undergoing some changes.  An additional room has just been renovated to be used as part of the closet, thank you Rudy, and Jenny Baird has volunteered to organize volunteers to help when the closet is opened for business.  Thank you to all the volunteers that have been helping with this project, there has been a lot work done, sorting clothes and reorganizing, with more to still be done. WANT TO HELP THOSE IN NEED ANOTHER WAY? DONATE OR VOLUNTEE...
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JP II High School Students Lending a Hand

Students from John Paul II Catholic High School volunteered at the Shelter's Clothes Closet in recognition of Catholic Schools Week.  They sorted and organized a room full of clothing for the newly reorganized clothing closet.   The Clothes Closet is being expanded and reorganized so the many hands of these students was a tremendous help.
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Teamwork Off the Field – ECU Womens Rugby

Teamwork is important on the field for the ECU Womens Rugby Team and they continued it at Community Crossroads Center when they came to volunteer.   The Rugby team was a tremendous help in the Shelter's Clothes Closet.  The Closet is currently undergoing expansion and reorganizing and we have been in need of a lot of volunteers to help in the process.  Thank you ladies for your hard work.               WANT TO HELP THOSE IN NEED ANOTHE...
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PIRATES PROMOTING WELLNESS

Another wonderful morning at CCC. This morning we had the Pirates Promoting Wellness preparing, cooking and serving breakfast. What a wonderful group of young folks. We thank all of them for coming out so early to help our residents start the day off with a hot breakfast, smiles and compassion.   WANT TO HELP THOSE IN NEED ANOTHER WAY? DONATE OR VOLUNTEER.  
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Volunteers make the Shelter go!

Community Crossroads Center benefits from different groups and individuals that come in to do service projects.   There are groups and individuals that come regularly to serve in a variety of areas.  Richard is a volunteer that has a multitude of jobs here at the Shelter, Respite Room and Clothes Closet and he works with the other volunteers that come in to help them navigate their way through their projects.  Thank you Richard for being a volunteer extraordinaire!   WANT TO HELP THOSE ...
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ECU represents on MLK Day of Service

The ECU Black Student Union and Impact members came to CCC to honor Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. for a Day of Service.  They made and served lunch for the residents and also helped to sort clothes for the Clothes Closet here at CCC.  Thank you for the time spent and hard work done! WANT TO HELP THOSE IN NEED ANOTHER WAY? DONATE OR VOLUNTEER.  
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Day of Service

To honor Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., many participated in the Day of Service projects that were going on across our nation. Alex Dennis, Asst. Director, Center for Leadership & Civic Engagement, and his team, coordinated ECU students for projects in Pitt County.  Thank you for the work that you do and sending students to help at CCC.
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