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Youth coach Marion receives Community Service Award

first_imgCOMMUNITY SERVICE AWARD—Jeff Marion holds his Pa. Proclamation he received from State Rep. Ed Gainey for “Excellence in Service Rendered to the Community.”Jeff Marion recently received a proclamation from State Rep. Ed Gainey for “Excellence in Service Rendered to the Community. ”The proclamation stated that coach Marion far exceeded the communities’ expectation as a coach of youth football, basketball and baseball.Marion stated that it all is his way of giving youth something positive to do all year long and keeping them off the streets. Marion coaches in several youth leagues in an attempt to help youth gear their energy in a positive direction through sports.Marion is also the circulation manager for the New Pittsburgh Courier.last_img read more

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The Wall’s Vigilance: Rahul Dravid pays a visit to the Indian camp ahead of…

first_imgImage Courtesy: The Indian ExpressAdvertisement 4tss2NBA Finals | Brooklyn Vs3ah5Wingsuit rodeo📽Sindre E1hs783( IG: @_aubreyfisher @imraino ) ujdWould you ever consider trying this?😱8Can your students do this? 🌚kptRoller skating! Powered by Firework Former India batsman Rahul Dravid dropped by the Indian set-up before their clash against the Proteas in Bengaluru. The National Cricket Academy (NCA) head was in attendance during the optional training session at the M Chinnaswamy Stadium.Advertisement Image Courtesy: The Indian ExpressHead coach Ravi Shastri oversaw the proceedings after the players made their way down south from Mohali. Dravid proceeded to meet Shastri as well which prompted the BCCI twitter handle to come up with a tweet. Check out the tweet below:Advertisement The Wall was relieved of his duties as India A and U-19 coach and was appointed as the head of the National Cricket Academy in Bengaluru recently.Team India made easy work of the visitors in Mohali and are on the lookout to seal the series by winning the final clash. Virat Kohli is expected to be on the spotlight yet again with the match taking place at M Chinnaswamy Stadium, the home of the Royal Challengers Bangalore, a franchise that the skipper has played for throughout his IPL career.Meanwhile, the Proteas are struggling through their transition phase with experienced players such as Faf Du Plessis, AB de Villiers, and Dale Steyn being off the radar.    Read Also:Watch: 43-year-old Darren Stevens defies age with a match winning performance for KentThen there were two: Sourav Ganguly narrows down India’s No.4 candidates to 2 prospects Advertisementlast_img read more

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For Family Promise of Monmouth County, Home is Where the Heart…

first_imgDespite her job at the Goddard School in West Long Branch, Hooten lacked the financial resources to afford an apartment for herself and her children. For the board members, staff members, legislators, volunteers and donors who worked to make it happen, this was a moment to celebrate: A day to cut the ribbon on a reality that began as a dream – the dream of having a stable home for the agency whose mission is to help homeless families find stable homes of their own. OCEANPORT – The red brick building at 501 Malterer Ave. was as crowded as a holiday party last Friday as supporters of Family Promise of Monmouth County gathered to celebrate the official opening of the agency’s day center for homeless families on a site formerly part of Fort Monmouth. FPMC, an affiliate of thenational Family Promiseorganization, paid FMERA$1 for a 99-year lease on the2,800-square-foot buildingand 2-acre site. The nonprofit investedapproximately $125,000 torenovate and improve thebuilding for its new mission. Anthony and Tatiana Rivera were among that number in 2018, when their mother, Suheil Hooten, found herselfwithout a home following theend of her marriage. The nonprofit is one of three social service agencies supporting the homeless that was granted the right to occupy a building at the former Fort Monmouth by the Fort Monmouth Economic Revitalization Authority (FMERA). The day center includesa comfortable living room,a fully stocked playroom,locker space where familiescan store their belongings,two showers, a kitchen, alaundry room and officespace for the agency’s threefull-time employees. Behind success stories like Hooten’s is a corps of volunteers from area religious congregations who work together to provide shelter, food and a constellation of services that support FPMC families as they tackle the obstacles that stand between them and stability. According to the 2010 U.S. Census, Monmouth County is the fifth wealthiest of New Jersey’s 21 counties, with an annual median family income of over $100,000. Nevertheless, some 200 children in this county become homeless every year. Those employees are supported by an estimated 1,200 volunteers from area Protestant, Catholic and Jewish faith communities who do everything from making sandwiches to wielding sledgehammers. By Eileen Moon “It was very hard as a single mom with two kids to have to give up and say, ‘What am I going to do?’ ” she said. Fortunately, she found Family Promise. “They put a roof over my head. Me and my children had a safe haven. They provided all our meals. That gave me an opportunity to save every penny that I had. It was just amazing. They really provided time for me to do what I needed to do.” Today, Hooten and her two children have a three-bedroom apartment in Freehold that she was able to afford with the help of FPMC’s savings match program that doubled the money she set aside from her paycheck to cover the cost of a security deposit. “We’ve been working ongetting into this buildingsince 2008,” said FPMCboard vice president MikeMeriton. “The great ironyof this is that our missionis to help families in needget a permanent home andwe didn’t have a permanenthome ourselves.” “We are a small team but we are a dedicated army,” said FPMC executive director Christine Love. “Everything that you see in this building, we did with blood, sweat and tears.” “I was homeless as a child, but I was also homeless as an adult,” Love told the gathering Friday. Despite those struggles, she eventually graduated summa cum laude with a bachelor’s degree in social work, followed by a master’s in business administration. “It doesn’t matter where you stop,” she said. “It matters that you keep going.”last_img read more

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