Churches around our area have been filling shoeboxes to be sent to children around the world. This week those boxes are being brought to collection points in Dothan and Ozark, several hundred have already been collected, but this year looks a little different due to COVID-19.
Alabama Lifespan Respite Resource Network is hosts“The Emotional Side of Caregiving” to help caregivers navigate the feelings they face each day. On Saturday, November 14th at Walton Park from 10 a.m. to 12 p.m. caregivers who care for loved ones who suffer from a chronic illness or disability will gather.
Some say the gift of giving can go a long way. The Salvation Army says there is a greater need this year during the holidays. The organization kicked off its Rescue Christmas project Thursday, Nov. 12 encouraging the wiregrass to come together and make a difference this season.
Many will gift puppies or kittens this holiday season, but before shopping and a lot of research, they might want to consider looking at a rescue. The Troy Animal Rescue Project (T.A.R.P) is hosting their “Home for the Holiday” adoption drive.
Alabama’s unemployment rate sits at 6.6 percent. Fortunately job openings are becoming available for those in need. The HWASEUNG Automotive Alabama HSAA/HSAU is hosting a job fair looking to hire about 150 motivated members to the team. On Friday, November 13th individuals seeking jobs will gather at the city of Enterprise Civic Center from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m.