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In July 2010, the Berlin Food Pantry started its sixth year of service to the residents of the Berlin Brothersvalley and Shanksville school districts. To date, there have been 137 families who have registered. Over the first six months of operation, 2,482 individuals have been served at the Berlin Food Pantry, including 385 seniors, 1,262 adults and 862 children. Participants received special holiday items during November Wholesale NFL Jerseys and December.
The holiday season of 2010 was blessed with Christmas toys. Letters were sent to churches and businesses in Berlin and surrounding areas. The response was overwhelming. More than 500 toys and clothing items were received. They were able to help 121 children for Christmas morning. Each child received four toys and stocking stuffers including coloring books, crayons, Playdough, Matchbox cars and bracelets.
The support of the area churches, civic groups, local businesses and individuals have made it possible to continue to help the people of the Berlin and Shanksville area. Although some of the food distributed at the food pantry is acquired through state and federal funds, local support is the backbone of the food pantry. every Wednesday. The government sets up guidelines for aid. Interested individuals need only stop in at the food pantry during operating hours, and the interviewers will assist them with these guidelines. Qualifying families may receive food 12 times a year from July 1 to June 30.
Unpaid volunteers staff the food pantry. Clergy interviewers include the Rev. Ralph Landis, retired Methodist Missionary; the Rev. Jay Shaffer, Glades United Church of Christ; the Rev. Terry Clark, Beachdale Church of the Brethren; the Rev. Frank Demmy, Berlin United Church of Christ; and the Rev. Sylvia Baker, Shanksville Assembly of God. Assisting them are Doran Walker and Ronald Bockes.
Lester Coslic, treasurer, and Paul Smith manage and direct the daily operations with the assistance of Al Lambert, Jim Etris, Irvin Ernst, president; April Logue, secretary and volunteer scheduler and Roy Bucher, Rose Shaffer and Shirley Reed, statisticians.
The packers and greeters, many of whom have been with the Food Pantry since its inception, are: Carolyn Clark, Marge Claycomb, Lana Jean Clemens, LaVerne Coslic, Emaline Diehl, Jean Ferguson, Lindsay Hankinson, Darlene Hillegass, Carol Leydig, Barb Logue, Gwen Mays, Diana Mazzaferro, Tom Mazzaferro, Joyce Philipp, Karol Saylor, Rita Shaulis, Dee VanGilder, LuAnn Walker, Sue Walker, Marty Webb, Cathy Webreck, Rose Ann Webreck, Nancy Weighley, Doris Werner and Tish Will.
Once clients receive their food, they are assisted to their cheap nfl jerseys cars by wagon haulers Tom Calvert, Bob Chappie, Carl Logue, Dan Collier, Larry Pritts, Ed Reed, Carl Saylor and Joe Will.
The food pantry offers an emergency food supply. Emergencies come in many sizes and for many reasons. If you are unsure if you qualify, go to the food pantry during operating hours and the interviewers will help you through the guidelines. All clients are served at least once.
Financial contributions or donations of food, personal hygiene and household products are always welcome and can be dropped off at the food pantry during the hours of operation or by contacting Lester Coslic, treasurer, at 616 Washington St., Berlin, or by calling him at 267 3326.
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That said, I was still startled for a second when I heard the Texans planned to release him after just seven games. It simply not the expected ending for an athlete as inspired as Reed was DeMarcus Ware Women's Jersey only a few seasons ago. And Houston had put on such a push to woo him last summer.
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Perhaps this was always Reed destiny. Every season, he seemed to make headlines with a moment of uncomfortable honesty. This made him fascinating to follow but also a pulse quickener for coaches with little use for locker room intrigue. Of course, Reed was so good and such an established mentor to younger players that the Ravens swallowed his eccentricities for 11 seasons.
Like Ray Lewis and a few others, he carried great player privileges. The bargain worked out for everyone. But when you not great anymore and you playing in a new town where you haven built a cushion of good will, those privileges vanish in a hurry.
I written before that Reed was the most fascinating Raven I watched or covered. I enjoyed the crazy electricity around him as he finally won a Super Bowl ring in his hometown of New Orleans. I was happy that he scored one last pay day he has already collected $5.5 million with the Texans.
I also thought the Ravens were smart not to bid for his services. It hard to imagine them bringing Reed back. At safety, they have a bargain standout in James Ihedigbo and an improving No. 1 draft pick in Matt Elam. Ozzie Newsome and Co. already decided not be sentimental about reassembling last year team. There no reason to think that would change now.
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NY Giants playoff hopes suffer big blow after dropping critical game to Baltimore Ravens
Giants NY Giants playoff hopes suffer big blow after dropping critical game to Baltimore Ravens, who clinch AFC North title RAVENS 33, GIANTS 14: Suddenly, the champs are playoff longshots, and missing the postseason isn't merely possible, it's likely. In order for the Giants to make the playoffs, they'll need to beat the Eagles next Sunday and hope that the Cowboys and a handful of other NFC clubs (including the Bears and Vikings) also lose. By Ebenezer Samuel / NEW YORK DAILY NEWS Published: Sunday, December 23, 2012, 7:43 PM Updated: Monday, December 24, 2012, 1:40 AM
Instead of winning on Sunday, in their most critical game of a season gone mad, they delivered the most inexplicable performance of the year. The Giants stepped onto the field armed with the knowledge that they needed to win their final two games of the season to clinch a playoff berth.
They left with a 34 13 blowout loss to the Ravens that shattered their already fragile confidence, left their coach nearly speechless and all but eliminated them from a postseason that they don't even believe they belong in.
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"Do we deserve it by the way we played? Do we?" defensive end Jason Pierre Paul said. "I don't think so, man. We went out there and p on our legs. That's really all I can say."
The defending Super Bowl champions are now playoff longshots after turning in a second straight listless performance and their fifth setback in seven games, and several players sounded ready to concede the season.
Tailback Ahmad Bradshaw said the Giants are "playing for pride" next Sunday against the Eagles, and JPP added that "we've got just one more game to play, and we're going to play it out.
"Try to get the win," Pierre Paul said, "try to get 9 7, it's better than 8 8."
They can still make the playoffs; they'll need a win over the Eagles, a loss or tie by the Cowboys and losses by the Bears and Vikings. But if that Ryan Clady Women's Jersey unlikely scenario doesn't work out, the Giants (8 7) will go the way of the 2009 Pittsburgh Steelers, the last team to miss the playoffs the season after winning the Super Bowl. And it would be the third such time in Big Blue's history. Yet the defending champs are ready for their fate.
They certainly didn't show any pride Sunday. Baltimore entered with a struggling offense and three straight losses. But by halftime, the Ravens had built a 24 7 lead, thanks to two TD passes and one touchdown run from QB Joe Flacco, and they were well on their way to clinching the AFC North title.
For the second straight week, the Giants didn't fight back. While the defense was surrendering 533 total yards to the Ravens (a season high for Baltimore), the Eli Manning led offense turned punchless again, managing just 186 total yards and scoring only once (David Wilson's 14 yard TD run in the first quarter) when the game was within reach.
"We wanted to come into this game and at least put up a fight and get some points," Victor Cruz said, hardly sounding like a receiver who expected to win. "Get some momentum, get things going into the right direction. But unfortunately, we couldn't do that today."
All of this from a Giants http://www.footballbroncosprostore.com/broncos-ryan-clady-jersey-c-34.html squad that once lorded over the NFC East with a 6 2 record, and made it look so easy. But now, that team is searching for answers. How is the same Giants team that demolished the playoff bound 49ers and Packers destined to watch the playoffs on TV? How can the offense that fought back from so many deficits last season get outscored 67 14 the last two weeks?
"There's obviously something missing here," said safety Antrel Rolle. "This is not who we are. This is not our team. But it's the team we displayed two weeks in a row now."
"A team like this, with so much talent and so much ability on both sides of the ball, it's kind of difficult to explain," added Cruz. "Coming into a game like this and not putting up points, and not being able to Peyton Manning Women's Jersey stop them, it's disappointing."
Several players suggested the team was waiting for a "spark" over the last few weeks.
But that spark never came, and the champions' confidence gradually eroded.
"We weren't able to get it done," Tom Coughlin said. "We don't have momentum going. and we're not a very confident group right now. It's one of those things in any profession that you have to earn confidence."
The only thing the Giants earned Sunday: a long offseason.
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