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Wesley House & Salvation Army 2016 Christmas Distribution Sign Up

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Two Pittsburg community helping agencies are preparing for the 2016 Christmas season. Each year, Wesley House and The Salvation Army partner to distribute Christmas food and toys to many Crawford County low-income families to brighten their holidays.

Sign up for this year’s Christmas Distribution is November 7-11 and November 14-18, from 9:30-12 noon at The Salvation Army and from 1-3:30 p.m. at Wesley House. The Salvation Army will not handle Christmas Distribution applications on November 17. Christmas application sign up assistance will resume on November 18.

Applicants must have photo ID for all adult household members, Social Security cards for everyone, proof of residency and proof of all household income. Only current Crawford County residents may apply.

The Christmas Distribution is December 15 and 16 at the Pittsburg State University Student Recreation Center/Pittsburg National Guard Armory. According to Wesley House, the two non-profit agencies served 892 families for the Christmas Distribution in 2015.

For more information, please call Wesley House at: 620-232-3760, ext. 1, or The Salvation Army at: 620-231-0415.

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