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The Valley Mission is currently experiencing unusually high overnight stays this month.
Columbia Gas of Virginia has donated $5,000 to the Valley Mission in support of replacing the aging heating equipment and for their work in providing basic needs for those who are homeless and hungry in the Staunton area.
The Big Squeeze, a hypertension screening and education program designed to lower blood pressure readings throughout the community, will begin in November and continue throughout 2015.
I recently sat down with Anne Buzzelli, a Staunton nutritionist operating her own practice named BuzzNutrition. What struck me about Anne, and what caused me to seek her out for a story, is that if there were to be a trophy given out for “Staunton’s #1 Fan,” she would certainly be in the top three contenders!
Earlier this summer, a memorial garden and park bench were dedicated in Staunton’s Gypsy Hill Park, in memory of Ray Houser.
Valley Mission was awarded $5,070 to supplement its emergency food and shelter programs in the Greater Augusta region.
Valley Mission in Staunton will benefit from a fundraiser at Gypsy Hill Place on Thursday, Nov. 7.
Special Report by Chris Graham firstname.lastname@example.org You hear the word homeless, and immediately what comes to mind is a person who has lost a job, a family without a home, kids suddenly tossed out into the night. That situation is the exception, not the rule, according to local homeless advocates, who by and large […]
Staff Report News Tips: email@example.com Kathryn McMillan of Clutter Conversions LLC in Staunton is teaming up with Jim Maust, owner of Venture Builders, and Deb Mitchell, owner of the The Design Group of Harrisonburg, in a project to declutter and organize three areas at The Valley Mission. The work will take place on Friday, […]
The Valley Mission in Staunton is gearing up for busy days ahead with the economic recession taking hold in the Valley. Mission executive director Helen Burke takes us on a tour of the facility and talks about plans to expand the number of beds available after the first of the year. AFP editor Chris Graham […]