The Southampton Free Library, located here at 947 Street Road, is seeking donations of previously loved hardback and paperback books and audio and video material for all ages and interests to be sold at their two-day 2014 Book Sale on Friday and Saturday, October 3 and 4, from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. The public is invited to donate and attend the sale days.
Volunteers and donations are needed for the Second Annual Lower Southampton Township “Team Up To Clean Up Day” to be held on Saturday, May 3rd, from 9:00am to 12:30pm.
According to Carol Drioli, zoning officer for Lower Southampton Township and Clean Up Day event chairperson, “The Board of Supervisors recognizes the fact that township residents and businesses take great pride in their families, homes and the community-at-large and want to maintain its “All American” appearance throughout.”
“In addition,” Carol notes, “ last year’s clean up day was so successful that we decided to make it an annual thing. Our residents and business owners really enjoyed it and felt it was most worthwhile and totally beneficial to our community.”
On the list of sites targeted for clean up are highways, parks and ball fields, common areas, grassy areas, basins, recreational facilities and others. The township is also looking for businesses to donate supplies, food, coffee, drinks and teams of volunteers. “Youth groups, Scouts, seniors, families and individuals who care can also be part of this year’s volunteer effort,” Carol comments.
Clean Up Day additionally will offer residents and businesses an opportunity to take advantage of a shredder and also may bring old and worn out electronic devices to the township building at 1500 Desire Avenue in Feasterville for proper disposal.
Team Up For Clean Up Day will conclude with complimentary refreshments being served at the township’s Dolphin Swim Club, 260 W. Bristol Road, Feasterville. For additional information and to volunteer, contact Carol Drioli at 215-357-7300, extension 307.
Goodwill Keystone Area recently opened a new donation center in Bucks County.
It is located at 2 G-H Summit Square Center, Langhorne. Hours of operation are Monday to Saturday, 9:00am to 6:00pm, and Sunday, noon to 5:00pm. The phone number is 267.364.6091. This location is only a donation center.
The ongoing barrage of snow has caused a severe shortage of blood donors due to multiple drives being cancelled. Hospitals such as Robert Wood Johnson University Hospital, Capital Health and Princeton Medical center must keep a constant supply of blood on the shelves for immediate use.
The Community Blood Council of New Jersey (CBCNJ) is issuing an urgent appeal to our area for blood and platelet donations.
The storms that have been affecting us have made it more crucial than ever for donors to give blood.
The Community Blood Council of New Jersey is located at 1410 Parkside Avenue in Ewing, NJ. You can contact them at 609-883-9750 or go to www.GiveBloodNJ.org. This is an urgent request. Hospitals need your help.
Barbara Lawless, a member of Piazza Nuova Lodge – Order Sons of Italy in America, and her two friends, Jennifer Gallagher and Lise Baxter, work together to pack clothing for shipment to impoverished American-Indian reservations every year. This year they concentrated their efforts on the tribes of Wounded Knee, Pine Ridge, Takini, and Red Cloud, South Dakota where the quality of life is very difficult, with issues of infant mortality, malnutrition and poverty.
While holiday time is one that is supposed to be filled with joy and happiness, that is not the case for many of our friends and neighbors in Bucks County. Lenape Valley Foundation (LVF) hopes to make the holidays a little brighter for those in need.
The Holiday Assistance Program, an annual effort organized by LVF staff and volunteers, was developed for just that purpose. For the past 55 years, the compassionate and caring staff of LVF have been there to provide treatment, crisis services, case management and community supports for children and adults in need.
More than 7000 residents of our community utilized one or more of LVF’s critical services this past year. The doors of LVF’s high-quality programs are always open to those who have the greatest needs. This year, as it has done over the past few years, LVF is helping consumers who are in need during the holiday season.