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The Salvation Army is in need of donations for its food pantry and shelter kitchen. Donations can be dropped off at 633 N. Broadway Ave. Urgent food pantry needs include: tomato sauce, ramen noodles, canned tuna or chicken, corn, refried beans, peanut butter, Spaghetti-Os, canned pears or peaches, chicken noodle soup, elbow macaroni, cereal, macaroni and cheese, bag of pinto beans, bag of rice, cornmeal and crackers. Visit to make a monetary donation.


Local Christian radio stations 89.5 KVNE and 91.3 KGLY, the St. Paul Children’s Foundation and local businesses have partnered for the Back-to-School Shoe Drive. New shoes in children’s size 4 through adult sizes are needed with a special emphasis on athletic (tennis) shoes for children and teens. The goal is to collect more than 500 pairs of shoes, including online donations. The shoes will be distributed to children in East Texas in time for the start of the 2017-18 school year. Visit KVNE.com or KGLY.com for complete details including drop-off locations.


A prayer and praise service in honor and memory of the Van Zandt County residents affected by the April 29 tornado is scheduled for 3 p.m. Sunday at Crossroads Church, 1930 S. Trade Days Blvd. in Canton. The Van Zandt County Long-Term Recovery Group’s Spiritual and Emotional Care Initiative is putting on the event. Ministers will offer prayers. Personal prayer and counseling will be available. Help with information and resources also will be provided. All of the offering will go to Van Zandt County victims.


Catholic Charities, The Salvation Army and the Long Term Recovery Group can assist with needs from the recent East Texas tornadoes. Disaster case managers are available from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. Tuesday-Thursday or by appointment at St. Therese Parish Hall, 885 First Monday Lane (Edgewood Road), in Canton. Call 972-246-6011 for more information and leave a message if no answer, or email TornadoRelief@ccdallas.org. The charities and church will help people of all faiths.


Holly Brook Baptist Church, 3219 S. Farm-to-Market Road 2869 in Hawkins, will present “Branson at Holly Brook II” at 6:30 p.m. Aug. 18 in the Family Life Center. The public is invited. There is no admission charge, but an offering will be taken to benefit the Holly Brook Celebration Singers music fund. Dinner will be served. Singers will interpret such entertainers as the Oak Ridge Boys, Dolly Parton, Patsy Cline, Johnny Cash, Elvis and Merle Haggard. Call the church office at 903-769-2091 to reserve a place. Visit for more information.


The Salvation Army Women’s Auxiliary will have an Overstock Sale for the public at its Marketplace furniture building and Old Spence garage sale building from 8 a.m. to noon Aug. 19. The buildings are located on the southeast and northeast corners of Spring Street and Bow Street in downtown Tyler. All proceeds will benefit the Tyler Salvation Army.


Holly Brook Baptist Church, 3219 S. Farm-to-Market Road 2869 in Hawkins, will have its Ladies’ Wednesday Bible Study from 9:30 to 11:30 a.m. starting Sept. 13. The theme for the seven-week study by Priscilla Shirer is “The Armor of God.” Joyce Grisham will lead the sessions and is the source for workbooks. Call the church office at 903-769-2091 for more information.


Sight.org will have Sight Night, “The Joy of Sight,” from 6 to 9 p.m. Oct. 3 at Callynth Photography Studio in Tyler. Tickets go for a $5 minimum donation. The event will include local art, live music and food. All proceeds will benefit the work of Sight.org to restore sight to the blind in Togo, Africa. Those interested in purchasing tickets or sponsoring the event can visit sight.org for more information.

- Compiled by Emily Guevara


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