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COMMUNITY BRIEFS

Oasis adjusts protocol

COLUMBIANA– Oasis Food Ministry will hold its food distribution from 3 to 6 p.m. March 26 at First Christian Church, 39 Cherry St. The distribution will be drive-thru only with a limit of one household per car. All people must remain in the car. Trunk must be empty to receive groceries. Cars to line up in order of arrival. No exceptions.

FRC prepares packets

LISBON– Family Recovery Center Prevention staff is mobilized and working on putting together 1000 “resilience packets” to be distributed at food pantries, food giveaway events and schools. These resilience packets will include mental health promotional items, tips for parents, as well as games and activities for children. Depending on the needs of various organizations, the packets will be customized to meet those individual needs. In addition to the distribution of these resiliency packets, Family Recovery Center Prevention staff is offering to volunteer time at pantries, schools, or any activity behind the scenes that may help during these difficult times. Any schools, nonprofit organizations, food pantries, etc. that would like to use FRC Precention staff help may contact Joe Rawson, Director of Prevention Services, at 330-424-0531 ext. 144.

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