Kudos to Our Volunteers!

Kudos to Our Volunteers!
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It has been said before, but can never be said enough, Community Crossroads Center would be lost without our wonderful volunteers.  Some come for a day, a week or a month and others show up time and time again.  Thank you all!  Here is a recap of some of the volunteer work done last year. WANT TO HELP THOSE IN NEED ANOTHER WAY? DONATE OR VOLUNTEER
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Basketball Players Use Teamwork To Clean Up

Basketball Players Use Teamwork To Clean Up
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Thank you to Coach Clemons, Coach Foreman, Cora Banks and the GNC Elite 9th-10th grade basketball team for their desire to help the homeless by helping out at CCC.  The grounds around CCC needed some spring trimming and clean-up, so we asked if the boys would be interested in helping to clean, weed, trim the grounds.   The response was a definite yes.  Imagine our surprise when they came with a pr...
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ECU School of Business Helping CCC to Compute!

ECU School of Business Helping CCC to Compute!
Thank you Daniel, Jace,  and Paul (not pictured are Krystal, Dylan and Johanna) for working on a program to help make it easier to schedule volunteer opportunities online.  Here at the Shelter we can use a computer, but programming and software are not in our wheelhouse, so we are very grateful when those-in-the-know are willing to help out.  They are students of the ECU School of Business in Prof...
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Thank you Northwest Elementary (K-1)

Thank you Northwest Elementary (K-1)
A huge thanks to Guidance Counselor, Mrs. Moore-Sutton and the wonderful students at Northwest Elementary (K-1).  Executive Director, Bob Williams, had the pleasure of meeting the children that took on the project to collect towels and wash clothes for our residents at the Center. What a joy it is to see our youth helping those in our community that are less fortunate. Thank you to all the wond...
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ECU Students helping enrich the lives of our younger residents.

ECU Students helping enrich the lives of our younger residents.
We currently have 14 children at Community Crossroads Center, most are in Elementary Schools in the area.  These ECU Social Service major students have been running an after school program on Thursdays for our young residents.  Thank you to Kim, Eric, Alexis,( not pictured Yesenia).  Do you have an artistic or musical talent?  We are always in need of others that would be interested in sharing the...
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ECU Business Leadership Class in Action!

ECU Business Leadership Class in Action!
Drake, Dean, Ben, Hank, Clint,  and Antonio, from Mr. Winkler's Business Leadership Class at ECU, put their skills to work and held a fundraiser.  The money was used to purchase laundry detergent and personal care items for the Shelter.  And after the shopping spree they still had $500 left over to donate!  Thank you so much to these young men, putting the lessons they are learning in school to go...
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Trinity Christian School Hanging It Up At the Free Clothing Closet!

Trinity Christian School Hanging It Up At the Free Clothing Closet!
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Thank you to Jeremy Huff and the 7th grade class at Trinity Christian School.  They came on April 18 to work in the clothes closet.  They helped by sorting through some of the many articles of clothing we receive at the Shelter for the Free Clothing Closet.  It is a big job to keep up with the donated items and their help is greatly appreciated. WANT TO HELP THOSE IN NEED ANOTHER WAY? DONATE ...
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Thank you ECU Business College

Thank you ECU Business College
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Thank you to Jesse Bailey, Evan Umstead, Mihir Surti, and Madison Gibson for collecting $170 for Community Crossroads Center.  And they are not finished yet.  They had a drive at Mellow Mushroom as well, and will return with another donation.  We truly appreciate all your hard work and dedication. WANT TO HELP THOSE IN NEED ANOTHER WAY? DONATE OR VOLUNTEER
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Faith Assembly Church of God is in the Kitchen!

Faith Assembly Church of God is in the Kitchen!
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Thank you to members of Faith Assembly Church of God for preparing dinner for the residents at Community Crossroads Center.  The kindness and generosity of so many volunteer groups is what keeps us going.   WANT TO HELP THOSE IN NEED ANOTHER WAY? DONATE OR VOLUNTEER
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What’s for Dinner?

What’s for Dinner?
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What's for Dinner at Community Crossroads Center?  Let's ask Pat from St. Paul's Espicopal Church, one of the many who come and make dinner at the Shelter on a regular basis.  We are so fortunate to have groups that give generously of their time and talent to provide a meal for the residents here. WANT TO HELP THOSE IN NEED ANOTHER WAY? DONATE OR VOLUNTEER
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