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November 11, 1993 | ALICIA DI RADO
Habitat for Humanity of Orange County and Shelter for the Homeless are seeking volunteers to help renovate a Santa Ana house for once-homeless single men who are getting back on their feet. Volunteers will help tear off old roofing and install a new roof, reroute electrical wiring and repaint the two-story house at 518 S. Birch St., Habitat for Humanity workers said. Building cleaning and roof removal will take place Saturday and installation of a new roof and painting will be on Nov. 20.
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October 21, 1998 | JAMES MEIER and HARRISON SHEPPARD
Shelter for the Homeless has a new executive director, Judy Kampmann, a seven-year employee who was promoted to the top spot earlier this month. Kampmann has been with the nonprofit shelter since 1991, starting as a part-time employee and working her way up to director of operations. Over the years, she has managed the emergency housing of 1,344 homeless people and has seen 294 move on to self-sufficiency.
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September 4, 1990 | JOHN PENNER
Just 18 months ago, Mary Jo and Ron were living comfortably in their one-bedroom Huntington Beach apartment. She was earning $2,100 per month at her word-processing job, and the couple was making plans for having their first child. But then came a devastating series of health, employment and financial setbacks. And by May, they faced eviction, bankruptcy and mounting medical bills for their infant son, David.
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July 6, 1994 | BERT ELJERA
Jim Miller, executive director of the Shelter for the Homeless, was honored by an organization of civic and academic leaders for his work with homeless people. The Orange County American Society for Public Administration recognized Miller last week for his successful partnership with the Westminster Redevelopment Agency in providing programs that benefit homeless people.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
October 21, 1998 | JAMES MEIER and HARRISON SHEPPARD
Shelter for the Homeless has a new executive director, Judy Kampmann, a seven-year employee who was promoted to the top spot earlier this month. Kampmann has been with the nonprofit shelter since 1991, starting as a part-time employee and working her way up to director of operations. Over the years, she has managed the emergency housing of 1,344 homeless people and has seen 294 move on to self-sufficiency.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
July 6, 1994 | BERT ELJERA
Jim Miller, executive director of the Shelter for the Homeless, was honored by an organization of civic and academic leaders for his work with homeless people. The Orange County American Society for Public Administration recognized Miller last week for his successful partnership with the Westminster Redevelopment Agency in providing programs that benefit homeless people.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
March 7, 2001 | DANA PARSONS
Jim Miller laughs as he describes the situation at the homeless shelter at the National Guard Armory in Fullerton. Sort of. That is, it's not a happy laugh. More like a disgusted one. The rules require that people spending the night take a chartered bus to or from the shelter. Those buses transport them at dawn and early evening to and from two specified street corners in nearby Anaheim. The exceptions are people who can prove they're going to a job, appointment or a class.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
November 11, 1993 | ALICIA DI RADO
Habitat for Humanity of Orange County and Shelter for the Homeless are seeking volunteers to help renovate a Santa Ana house for once-homeless single men who are getting back on their feet. Volunteers will help tear off old roofing and install a new roof, reroute electrical wiring and repaint the two-story house at 518 S. Birch St., Habitat for Humanity workers said. Building cleaning and roof removal will take place Saturday and installation of a new roof and painting will be on Nov. 20.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
September 4, 1990 | JOHN PENNER
Just 18 months ago, Mary Jo and Ron were living comfortably in their one-bedroom Huntington Beach apartment. She was earning $2,100 per month at her word-processing job, and the couple was making plans for having their first child. But then came a devastating series of health, employment and financial setbacks. And by May, they faced eviction, bankruptcy and mounting medical bills for their infant son, David.
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