Angels and Sparrows serves a nourishing lunch to all who need help, Monday-Friday, 11a.m.-1p.m. Delivery to home-bound recipients is arranged on a case-by-case basis.
Angels and Sparrows works with Solomon House in Huntersville to determine the need for home deliveries. The soup kitchen is at 514 N. Old Statesville Road behind New Friendship Presbyterian Church.
The organization is also looking for volunteers and donations. They will accept money, food and other items.
Angels and Sparrows currently need canned stocks of all kinds (chicken, beef, vegetable), canned fruit and vegetables, and gallon-size tea bags. They also need paper products such as dessert plates, soup bowls, paper towels and freezer bags.
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Gift cards for Aldi, Wal-Mart, BJ's, Sams or Costco also are great donations. Supplies or food donations may be delivered to 514 N. Old Statesville Road or call 704-918-0122 to request a pickup.
Angel and Sparrows is a nonprofit organization. All donations are tax deductible. For more information visit angelsandsparrows.org.
The Torrence Creek Welcoming Committee will host two group tours this fall. The first tour will be Nov. 17 and the second on Dec. 3.
Both tours will be 10 a.m.-1l a.m. Tours are for prospective parents and/or students. To sign up, please contact the school office at 980-343-0695.
Last month the St. Mark Lion Kings participated in the first Charlotte-Mecklenburg Scholastic Chess Association (CMSCA) Team Tournament. The event was held Oct. 23 at South Mecklenburg High School.
The elementary school team battled hard, defeating McAlpine by four points. Against Endhaven the team emerged victorious by one point. They then knocked out Myers Park by three points.
With a total score of 11 1/2 they did an outstanding job representing St. Mark and battling hard in the royal game.
The middle school team was defeated by J.M. Robinson, Southwest Middle School and Community House.
The St. Mark Chess Club is coached by Chris Hlebak and Barry Hester.
For more information on the CMSCA and to learn how to make a tax-deductible donation visit www.cmsca.org.
Huntersville Elementary School proudly announces their Student Council members for 2010-2011.
Congratulations to Autumn Stewart, Ryan Samples, Owen Martin, Sarah Schriefer, Jackson Ellenburg, Courtney Frye, Danielle Goff, Sam Swanner, Kyle Madigan, Rebecca Yepez, Peyton Miyares, Jonathan Garcia, Garrett Vernile and Carter Rhymer.
Student Council officers elected are Gillen Waldeck, secretary; Shannon Cusick, treasurer; Emma Wissman, vice president; and Bailey Law, president. The HES Student Council will conduct a food drive Nov. 15-19.