Thursday, January 17, 2013
Twinsburg residents and other supporters ponied up to help Holly Miktarian reach her fundraising goal so she can ride in the Police Unity Tour in support of her late husband, Joshua Miktarian.
A little publicity goes a long way. A day ago, Holly Miktarian was still hundreds of dollars away from her goal to raise $1,000 to join the Police Unity Tour and ride in honor of her late husband, Twinsburg Police officer Joshua Miktarian. Twinsburg Patch posted an item Wednesday morning pointing supporters to Miktarian's donation page. Then Fox 8 News did a story in Wednesday evening's newscast. As of midnight on Wednesday, Miktarian raised $170 and needed another $830. As of this morning, Miktarian had raised $1,370, surpassing her goal. Would you like to donate? Visit Miktarian's donation page. Twinsburg residents not only ponied up cash, but also gave their support in messages. The Estep Family posted: "As Twinsburg residents, Officer …
Thursday, March 8, 2012
Donate dog and cat supplies to your local fire station supporting St. Pets Day through the month of March.
We aren't the only ones suffering in a bad economy... sometimes pets go hungry too! Through the month of March, St. Pet's Day is asking residents to consider making pet food and cat litter donations to local fire stations. St. Pet's Day is a month-long pet food donation drive sponsored by the Celtic Club in Summit, Stark and Portage counties. All the pet food will go to support humane societies and animal rescue groups throughout the area. Donations are accepted at the Twinsburg Fire Department Monday through Saturday from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. as part of a St. Pet's Day effort. If no one is there to accept your donation, please follow up at another time. To learn more about St. Pet's Day, check out the St. Pet's Day Facebook page, or call Jim …
Thursday, December 8, 2011
Donations will be accepted at Faith United Methodist Church
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Thursday, December 8, 2011
A Twinsburg family needs help after all of their belongings were destroyed in a fire on Wednesday night. The Lawler family's Champion Trail home was heavily damaged and "they lost everything," said Debbie Costa, a secretary at Faith United Methodist Church on Post Road. Faith United Methodist will be the drop-off location for donations to help the Lawlers, including two boys, get back on their feet. Costa said the family is in need of any gifts, toys, gift cards, or anything to help them get them set up in a new place. The family is also in need of clothing, including: Costa said the family has always been helpful to others, now the community is giving back. "We're already getting lots of calls," Costa said. "People are jumping into action…