December 8, 2016

Project Connect extends helping hand to community

Tim Barnum
Joanne Rohn, of Good News Ministries Lutheran Church, fills up a bag with groceries for a family at Project Connect.
Tim Barnum
Project Connect visitors check out the services offered by the Sterling Area Health Clinic.
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The Michigan State University Extension booth at Project Connect offered a colorful array of pumpkins, squash and gourds, as well as jump ropes and other items.
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Christie Becker (front), of Bay-Arenac Behavioral Health, instructs new Arenac County resident Yvonne Newcombe on filling out a mood checklist.
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Theresa Generous, of Pinconning, gets a health free screening from Physician's Assistant Tawn Horton.
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Standish resident Ray Hoyt receives a free haircut from Irvin Pelton at Project Connect.
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Children at Project Could put their names, ages and Christmas present wishes on the back of an angel, and then hang it on the Resurrection of the Lord Catholic Church's Giving Tree.
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Standish City Police Chief Mark Christian and Arenac County Deputy Rachel Vallad offer safety tips to patrons at Project Connect.
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Arenac County Project Connect, operated by the Arenac County Continuum of Care, was held at the Standish Knights of Columbus Hall on Sept. 24.

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