School Supply Drive at Family First Pregnancy Care Center

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First Baptist Church of San Manuel presented Family First with a check from their Vacation Bible School penny drive from the children and families who attended. Thank you so much for your generous donation.

Sheriff Paul Babeu presented Family First with a check for the centers educational programs for mothers, youth and families.  Thank you so much.

The beginning of August signals the end of summer vacation and the start of a new school year. That means time to shop for new shoes, clothes, and lists of vital school supplies. For many families with limited incomes and more than one child, this can create tough financial decisions. To help families provide these important school supplies, Family First Pregnancy Care Center is sponsoring its annual School Supply Drive during the month of August.

If you would like to help, please bring in school supplies including: backpacks, binders, pencils, pens, erasers, notebooks, crayons, glue sticks, and markers into the Family First Pregnancy Care Center at 1575 W. American Ave., Oracle, Ariz. on Mondays, Wednesdays, and Fridays from 9:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. All items will be distributed to children. You may also make financial donations which will be used to purchase additional items. Many families have been helped in the past; we hope to assist even more this year. Thanks for your generous support.

Chuck Wagon Roundup set for Oct. 18

Mark your calendar for our annual Chuck Wagon Roundup on Oct. 18, 2014. This exciting event is our one large fundraising event that you won’t want to miss. Besides enjoying a great barbecue dinner, there will be silent and live auctions of hundreds of items ranging from original art works, jewelry, sports memorabilia, collectible items, golf packages, multiple gift certificates, and many other items. Plan on attending for an evening of food, fun and great bargains! Tickets for the dinner are only $10.

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