13 Nov 2020

EDICIÓN DIGITAL: EDICIóN especial 2020: Covid–19

Bienvenidos a nuestra edición especial SAconnects 2020: COVID-19 Hemos preparado esta publicación para este tiempo sin precedentes con el fin de ofrecerles una variada información que va desde la manera en que

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11 Nov 2020

Welcome to ‘Dreamsville, USA’

The exploits of The Salvation Army’s World War I donut girls are well-known, but you may have missed the story about some lesser-known Salvationists who fed the troops in Ohio

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09 Nov 2020

Commissioners Noland honored at festschrift

Festschrift: fest (celebration) and schrift (writing). A book honoring a respected person(s) and presented to them during their lifetime. It generally takes the form of an edited volume containing contributions from

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06 Nov 2020

Heart for the homeless

Mayor Andrew Hosmer has put together a task force to deal with homelessness in Laconia, N.H. He’s also found Major Mike Davis, the local Salvation Army corps officer, who is

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04 Nov 2020

Movies in the pumpkin patch

The Salvation Army in upstate New York* held “Movies in the Pumpkin Patch,” a drive-in movie event, during Columbus Day Weekend at the Washington County Fairgrounds. For two nights, as

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02 Nov 2020

Turkey Trot goes virtual

Last July, Captains Andrew and Brianne Spooner arrived at the DuBois, Pa., Worship and Service Center just as the corps congregation was planning its inaugural Turkey Trot 5K race. Organizers

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30 Oct 2020

Fired up for Christmas

Hartford, Conn., Fire Chief Reginald Freeman wants children to enjoy better Christmases than the sad ones he experienced around age 10. “One of my parents struggled with drug addiction and

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28 Oct 2020

Masking for a second wave

COVID-19 has already hit New York City hard, but health officials warn that a second wave could possibly come this fall and winter that could mix with the flu for

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26 Oct 2020

Global Pandemics Stone on tour

The Salvation Army’s Cambridge, Mass., Corps teamed up with the Peace Abbey Foundation, an organization that creates and installs public works of art that promote peace and nonviolence. In times

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23 Oct 2020

Need a Costume?

Visit Your Local Salvation Army Family Store. Halloween is fast approaching, and you may find yourself in need of a scary or funny disguise to help celebrate the holiday. Your

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21 Oct 2020

Q & A: Mayor Hector Lora

Hector C. Lora is a visible a presence in his community. The son of Dominican immigrants, he graduated Magna Cum Laude from Liberty University and has worked in various Christian

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19 Oct 2020

Saving the American Dream

Soon after the COVID-19 shutdown early this spring, members of the Salvation Army’s advisory board in Akron, Ohio, saw the ominous clouds of an economic storm gathering. Many businesses across

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