Alzheimer Support Group will have a new meeting noon on the first Wednesdays of the month at the Hometown Senior Center, 100 First Ave. N., Hometown. There is no charge. The group is for the caregiver, spouse or family member of the Alzheimer patient. Reservations are not necessary. Call 304-586-2745 for information.
Charleston City Council of Beta Sigma Phi International Sorority will meet Thursday at the South Charleston Municipal Court Building. The Board will meet at 6:45 p.m. and the general meeting starts at 7 p.m. President Lily Crites will conduct the business meeting. All committee members are to attend. Guest chapter this month is Rho Master. The nominating committee will have a Special Call to present the new, slated officers for the 2012-2013 year.
Morris Memorial United Methodist Church will feature speaker and author Deb Copeland as speaker at a program held from 9 to 11 a.m. Good Friday at the church. Copeland is author of "Attitude Therapy" and "Good Morning-Good Night: 99 days to your spiritual recovery." She is the recipient of a YWCA Women of Achievement Award and is founder of "Live to Give -- a God Thing." She is also a recipient of the Entrepreneur of the Year Award and West Virginia State Journal's Who's Who in Business Award. Bring canned food to be donated to Common Grounds food bank. For information, call 304-344-9388, email debcopel...@gottude.net or visit www.LiveToGiveAGodThing.org.
Charleston Parks and Recreation Department will offer activities for spring at the Kanawha City Community Center, 3511 Venable Ave. Boys and girls, ages 6 to 16, are eligible to participate in the free activities. A hotshot contest will be held on April 11. Beat the clock with the most shots; April 17, trivial pursuit. For information, call Brian Williams at 304-348-6484 or email brianwilli...@cityofcharleston.org.
The Gabriel Project of West Virginia is accepting donations of baby and toddler items to distribute to needy families. Because of federal consumer safety standards, used cribs or used car seats cannot be accepted. Other used baby equipment in good condition is welcome as well as infant and toddler clothing, maternity clothes of all sizes, diapers and formula. To make your donation to the Gabriel Project nearest you, call the state office at 304-205-5865 or email i...@gabrielwv.org.
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