The Brooklyn Food Pantry will be having an additional food giveaway on Saturday, March 5, 2016 from 10:00am until 12:00pm at our location at 171 Wamplers Lake Road, Brooklyn. This is open to anyone regardless of where they live. We have enough food to give away to 48 family. If you have any questions please contact us at 517-612-8771
Communities In Schools of Lenawee announces our 2nd Annual Cinderella's Closet coming Saturday, March 19th, from 10am-2pm at the Adrian Mall.
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Do you need help breastfeeding, pregnant and want more information? Be sure you check out the Free breastfeeding classes and support offered by the Community Action Agency, you do not need to be receiving WIC to use these services. Please call to RSVP @ 517-263-7861 and sign up today! If you need more information, feel free to call or visit the Community Action Agency at 400 W South St Adrian.
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The Michigan State Police Monroe Post is hosting a free Car Seat Check event where nationally certified technicians will ensure children are in the correct car seat and help parents and caregivers install seats correctly. Car Seat Safety Check Saturday, February 13, 2016 10:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m.* Adrian Fire Department 208 South Main Street, Adrian, MI (Entrance on the north side of the building)
Community Action Agency is offering Homebuyer Education Classes in Hudson on February 12th & 19th. For more information you can contact Julie at 517-263-7861.
Michigan Alliance for Families webinars are an opportunity to learn more about a specific special education topic without traveling to a workshop location. Our February Webinars Series starts this Thursday, February 4th, from noon to 1:00 pm. We're excited to offer a noon and an evening session on February 25th. Please register today!
According to a recent University of Michigan study one in ten teens and young adults admitted to misusing prescription painkillers and sedatives. Over 85 percent of them did not have a prescription for them. So, where did these young people get these medications? Unfortunately, many kids find these medications right in the medicine cabinets of their own homes, or the homes of relatives.
Project Connect is an event held by Lenawee's Continuum of Care designed to connect at-risk or homeless individuals or families with immediate resources and services that may be hard to obtain. In addition to resources and services, a hot meal will be served (provided by Salvation Army), door prizes, giveaways, as well as free haircuts will be provided. For information on services provided or how you can help, please visit the Project Connect's Website here.