Martin Luther King, Jr. Day of Service

Martin Luther King, Jr. Day of Service
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In honor of the MLK Day of Service, the ECU Center for Leadership and Civic Engagement came to help at the Shelter.  We found plenty of work for the 3 groups that came including; unloading the 2nd truck full of containers from the Baptist Womens' Conference, sorting and organizing the items in those containers, along with working in the Community Clothes Closet.  Dr. King believed in service to th...
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FedEx Packs & Delivers for the Shelter

FedEx Packs & Delivers for the Shelter
Thank you to the Greenville employees of FedEx for packing brown bag lunches for the Residents at the Shelter.  Due to the kindness of our volunteers, there is always a breakfast and a dinner at the Shelter, but we don't always have lunches to send with them when they leave in the morning so this was a wonderful and welcomed donation. If you or your group that would like to donate bag lunches f...
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A Sweet Relief

A Sweet Relief
This sweet lady, Ms. Catherine, made brownies for all the Residents to enjoy with their meal provided by Peace Presbyterian Church last Friday.  Members of Peace Presbyterian Church have been preparing and serving meals at the Shelter on the 3rd Friday of the month for over 12 years.  Thank you so much Ms. Catherine and Peace Presbyterian Church for sharing your brownies, meals and love to the She...
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ECU Basketball Team Up at the Shelter

ECU Basketball Team Up at the Shelter
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The ECU Women's Basketball came in to help out at the Shelter and their timing and teamwork was perfect.  The Shelter had just received a very large donation of items from the Women's Baptist Home and Foreign Missionary Convention only days before the team showed up. Working together, just like on the court, they came together and moved, organized and the items for us.  Thank you so very much t...
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January Volunteer of the Month

January Volunteer of the Month
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Our January Volunteer of the Month is Maggie Keehner.   Maggie has served in the Respite Quarters since it was opened.  She is there every Tuesday, sometimes staying all day to fill in when there is a shortage of volunteers.    Maggie is a kind and caring volunteer who always go the extra mile when taking care of the residents in the Respite Quarters.  Thank you so much Maggie.  
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A Big Thank You To……..

A Big Thank You To……..
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We would like to send a huge thank you to Mrs. Elizabeth S. Marrow and Minister Tracey Ross, M.Div. with the Women's Baptist Home and Foreign Missionary Convention of North Carolina . They held a Convention on Saturday, January 11, 2020, and each member from the churches that attended donated everything that is listed on our wish list. Thank you to all that participated in this wonderful blessing....
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Year of the Volunteer 2019

Year of the Volunteer 2019
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It has been said many times and many ways, but let us say it again, Volunteers are the backbone and life blood of Community Crossroads Center.  The Shelter would not be able to operate without the efforts of so many that give so much of themselves.  Thank you. Here is a sampling of the Year of the Volunteer 2019.
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The Spirit of Christmas

The Spirit of Christmas
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'Tis the Season of Sharing and Giving and Elizabeth Iannace was filled with the spirit.  When it was her birthday she requested that her party guests bring gifts for the children at the Shelter rather than for her.  Then she and her family wrapped the gifts and delivered them on Christmas Eve.  What a wonderful way to share the Spirit of Christmas!
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LaMare & Chloe Rouse

LaMare & Chloe Rouse
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LaMare and his sister, Chloe, completed a Winter Service Project that will help to serve the citizens of Pitt County. Thank you LaMare and Chloe for your generous support of our shelter. We love to see our younger generation showing so much compassion for those less fortunate. There is always time to celebrate a triumph in the fight against chronic homelessness, but in order for us to co...
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