Family grateful for prayers
Published 2:43 pm Wednesday, October 4, 2006
The family of 3-year-old Kalin Pugh, would like to thank everyone for their generosity, support and prayers during his illness.
Kalin was diagnosed on Valentine's Day with acute AML leukemia. He was in the hospital for six months undergoing intensive chemotherapy treatments.
With God's grace, he is now in remission. Please keep Kalin in your thoughts and prayers.
Again, we thank you.
Theresa Graves Pugh
Red Cross making changes in services
Your local American Red Cross Chapter staff and volunteers have been thankful to be able to deliver Red Cross Services to our Red Cross Coverage area. Red Cross services include planning before, during and after a disaster occurrence, such as fires, bad weather, community disasters and so forth. We are happy to go out to your home for a fire or help in any way.
We have also worked hard to meet community needs by assisting the entire county through donor-limited funds specifically for those living in Escambia County. Volunteers have worked hard to assist with utility bills, medical needs and food as we have funds available to do so.
In an effort to better deliver American Red Cross services, and to plan ahead for solid service delivery, we must make some changes regarding how and when those non-Red Cross services considered “community services” are delivered.