Home Care/Hospice donates to WhereHouse


Amy Jo Black, left, and Melanie Bisdorf presented The WhereHouse food ministry of the Urbana United Methodist Church a gift of 1,000 pounds of food and personal care items collected by Kindred at Home and Kindred Hospice of Dayton. “This generous donation goes a long way in furthering our efforts to serve local families who need assistance and encouragement,” Ted Herndon, director of The WhereHouse, said.


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Amy Jo Black, left, and Melanie Bisdorf presented The WhereHouse food ministry of the Urbana United Methodist Church a gift of 1,000 pounds of food and personal care items collected by Kindred at Home and Kindred Hospice of Dayton. “This generous donation goes a long way in furthering our efforts to serve local families who need assistance and encouragement,” Ted Herndon, director of The WhereHouse, said.

Amy Jo Black, left, and Melanie Bisdorf presented The WhereHouse food ministry of the Urbana United Methodist Church a gift of 1,000 pounds of food and personal care items collected by Kindred at Home and Kindred Hospice of Dayton. “This generous donation goes a long way in furthering our efforts to serve local families who need assistance and encouragement,” Ted Herndon, director of The WhereHouse, said.
http://www.urbanacitizen.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/36/2017/10/web1_WhereHouseWeb.jpgAmy Jo Black, left, and Melanie Bisdorf presented The WhereHouse food ministry of the Urbana United Methodist Church a gift of 1,000 pounds of food and personal care items collected by Kindred at Home and Kindred Hospice of Dayton. “This generous donation goes a long way in furthering our efforts to serve local families who need assistance and encouragement,” Ted Herndon, director of The WhereHouse, said. Submitted photo

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