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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
May 14, 1994
The Orange County chapter of the Salvation Army will mark the opening of its church and community center in Tustin Ranch with a concert today and a worship service on Sunday. The 45-piece Salvation Army band will perform at 7 p.m. at the new facility, at 10200 Pioneer Road. Tickets are $5 each. The first service at the church will begin at 11 a.m. Sunday. At 3 p.m., Paul A.
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NEWS
May 3, 1986 | Associated Press
Eva Burrows, a 56-year-old Australian, was chosen Friday as the 13th general of the worldwide Salvation Army. She is the second woman to lead the Salvation Army. The first was Evangeline Booth, daughter of William Booth, the founder of the movement. Burrows, of Fortitude Valley, Queensland, will succeed retiring Jarl Wahlstrom of Finland on July 9 at the organization's London headquarters.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
December 19, 1996
Volunteers are needed today to help the Salvation Army Orange County process food and toys to give to more than 5,000 needy families. The Salvation Army's Anaheim facility at 1133 N. Homer St. is gearing up to for distribution through Dec. 24. "We have had a wonderful response from the community," said Ruth DiGregorio, the Salvation Army's volunteer coordinator. "However, we are really short on help for this Thursday and Friday. We need a total of 40 volunteers for each of those two days."
NEWS
November 30, 1991 | From Times Staff and Wire Reports
There won't be any "bah humbug" at Bakersfield's Valley Plaza Mall this Christmas season. The shopping center banned the traditional Salvation Army kettles and bell ringers last year because the mall doesn't allow any kind of solicitation for funds. That decision created a major controversy in the community. So Valley Plaza decided to let the five major department stores located there decide individually if the Salvation Army can solicit funds in front of their stores this season.
BUSINESS
September 18, 1990 | From Associated Press
The Salvation Army gives its clients "soup, soap and salvation," but the federal government says it isn't enough. --they should get the minimum wage, too. For 110 years, the non-sectarian Christian group, based five miles northwest here in Verona, N.J., has fed, sheltered and offered spiritual counsel to the people it has taken in at its adult rehabilitation centers.
NEWS
December 1, 1988
The Kiwanis Club of Torrance recently donated $250 to the Salvation Army headquarters in Torrance to benefit the army's Senior Day Care Program. For information about the Kiwanis club, call Richard Gaines at 316-3636.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
June 14, 1991
The Salvation Army is sponsoring a canned-food drive this month to replenish its supplies. Collection containers have been placed at about 100 Orange County businesses and community organizations which are encouraging employees and the public to make donations. Salvation Army officials said the special food drive was prompted by diminishing supplies and a soaring demand for services in the county. Requests for help in 1991 have increased 50% over last year, spokeswoman Emily Seiler said.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
March 4, 1992
The Salvation Army's Southern California Division Tuesday announced it has received a $6.7-million federal grant to build a 99-unit apartment complex for low-income seniors in Hollywood. The U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development awarded the Salvation Army the grant for what will be known as the Hollywood Silvercrest Residence. The grant will cover about 80% of the construction costs, with additional funds to be sought from other government sources, said Lt. Col. David P.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
June 26, 1996
The Salvation Army will open one of South County's largest thrift stores today to help raise funds for its Adult Rehabilitation Center in Anaheim. The 10,000-square-foot store will sell furniture, appliances, apparel and household accessories. Proceeds from thrift store donations and sales benefit the counseling and therapy program at the rehabilitation center, which helps alcohol and drug abusers get back on their feet. The Salvation Army Thrift Store is at 2727 Via Cascadita.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
November 15, 1995 | STEPHANIE BROMMER, SPECIAL TO THE TIMES
Thieves didn't exactly steal Christmas on Tuesday, just a familiar symbol of it. Seven new bell-ringer jackets disappeared from the Salvation Army office in Oxnard within minutes of being delivered to a crowded lobby at 11 a.m. The annual countywide red-kettle drive--which nets more than $130,000 from Ventura County residents and helps about 1,350 families--will begin next week.
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