Project Angel Food
North Haven CT — Angel Food Ministries an organization dedicated to providing
affordable, high-quality food to those in need, is offering relief and joy to families in 45 states.
In response to current economic conditions and lengthy unemployment lines,
there is a greater need for Angel Food’s services nationwide and expansion of these services is one example of the amplified need for quality, affordable food, which is at the core of Angel Food’s mission. Angel Food provides individuals and families with fresh, brand name food for a fraction of the retail price. By purchasing food in bulk, directly from some of the top suppliers in the country, food is discounted by up to 50 percent of retail. Angel Food Ministries is now offering a new selection of prepackaged boxes with more protein items. They contain top quality food staples from every food group, including chicken or beef, milk, eggs, vegetables and fruits.
Each of the regular boxes of food feeds a family of four for about one week or a
single individual for almost a month. The menu selections vary each month, and consist of both fresh and frozen items, saving Americans money with no sacrifice to quality. There is even a box geared towards the nutritional for people on the go. Angel Food Ministries’ service is available to anyone wanting to stretch their food dollars. There are no income requirements or program qualifications, we accept SNAP. There are no limits to the quantity of boxes per individual, nor are there any applications or qualifications for eligibility. Anyone who wishes to learn more about how to utilize Angel Food’s services can call 1-888-819-3745 or
visit www.angelfoodministries.com or www.hopeag.com to find the nearest host site.
FRIENDS OF THE LIBRARY ON FACEBOOK
Look up the Friends of the North Haven Library on facebook to receive updates on library activities and programs. The Friends is a non-profit organization dedicated to preserving and strengthening the facilities and services of the library. They support educational and cultural programs that bring the library to life.
Academic Foundation for Cultural Exchange
Enrich your life helping international high school students 15-18 years old through placing
and supervising their American exchange program experience.
P/T, flexible hours, extra income. Host families are needed too!
Call Academic Foundation for International Cultural Exchange toll free 1-866-462-3423 or access the web at www.afice.org
PFLAG - SECT
Parents, Families & Friends of Lesbians & Gays
of Southeastern Connecticut
Meetings are the second Monday of every month
at Noank Baptist Church
18 Cathedral Heights, Noank, CT 06340
The Epilepsy Foundation of Connecticut
warmly invites you to attend our support group for Adults Living with Epilepsy. Join us on the second Monday of every month 7:00 PM to 8:30 PM at Milford Hospital in Auditorium C.
For more information please contact:
Epilepsy Foundation of Connecticut
386 Main Street
Middletown, CT 06457-3360
North Haven Clean Energy Task Force
Volunteers are needed for the North Haven Clean Energy Task Force. The goal of the Task Force is to promote and publicize the importance of using clean, renewable energy sources for electricity. Interested individuals can contact Hugh Davis by telephone at 203-248-6685.