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Campaign Spotlight: Christmas Update
 

The United Way Board of Directors is grateful for all the support received to date for the 2015 Campaign.  United Way fundraising efforts have raised $205,962 or 35% of the $595,000 goal.  “We will need everyone giving what they can in order for United Way partner agencies to equip our local families to be proactive in building a better future for themselves, their children, and our community,” stated Annette Price, United Way board president.

This time of the year holds many traditions and memories. It is also a reminder of all the gifts that have been provided through your support of United Way. Your gift to United Way helps families keep their lights and heat on. Children have visions of sugar plums while tucked into bed. Your gift to United Way has given children a warm bed to sleep in. Many will drive over the river and through the woods to grandmother's house. Your gift to United Way has given grandmothers, grandfathers, and other older adults the opportunity to live independently. Cookies will be baked, hams will be sliced, and holiday meals shared. Your gift to United Way has provided hungry children with food for the weekends and over the summer. And, as presents are opened many families will share the joy of a safe home in a safe community. 

By choosing to Live United you have chosen to give our community the best gift of all: the gift of inspiring hope and creating opportunities for a better tomorrow. Thank you from the bottom of hearts for investing in your community through United Way and wish you a Merry Christmas. 

 

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The United Way of Mifflin Juniata is dedicated to fulfilling our
mission: Improving people's lives by mobilizing the caring
power of the community.

                    
                                                                          
 
Mifflin County Playgrounds Schedule for Summer 2014
 

Armagh
Opens the week of  6/16. Will be available 6 hours/day, 4 days a week.
Tentatively planning to run for at least 4 weeks total, for more information contact the township office at (717) 667-6260.    

Belleville*
Sports Camp is scheduled for the week of 6/23-6/27 from 9 am-12 pm, $10 for participation w/ limited scholarships available.
Day Camp will be on Tuesdays in July (7/8-7/29) from 9 am-12 pm, free to public.    

Burnham
Opens the week of 6/5, from 8 am-3 pm daily.    

Longfellow
Opens the week of 6/9, closed the week of 6/30, resumes 7/7 until 7/25.
Hours are as follows: Monday and Wednesday are 9 am-3 pm, Tuesday and Thursday are 9 am-12 pm & 6 pm-9 pm, Fri 9 am-1 pm.    

Reedsville
Opens the week of 6/16.
Hours are as follows: Monday through Thursday from 9 am-12 pm & 5 pm-8 pm; Friday is 9 am-3 pm.    

South End
Opening the week of 6/16.
Hours are as follows: Monday through Thursday is 9 am-12 pm; Fri is 9 am-2 pm (swimming at Rec Park from 12 pm-2 pm).    

For any additional questions, please direct calls to the United Way office at (717) 248-9636.

*In the event of rain, a threatening storm, or inclement weather of any kind MEGA SPORTS CAMP scheduled to be held at the Belleville Playground June 23-June 27, will be held at Belleville Mennonite School and Locust Grove Mennonite Church at Belleville.  The alternative location for soccer camp will be the gym at Locust Grove Church, 3358 W. Main Street, Belleville, PA. while the alternative location for flag football and cheerleading will be Belleville Mennonite School, 4105 Front Mountain Road, Belleville, PA. Please call 717-935-2164 or 717-935-0121 with any questions.  Any change in location will be posted at www.locustgrovemc.org.

 
Thank you! Our 2014 Campaign raised $540,017 because of your generosity!
 
 
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