ACCESS, Food Project Put Out Call for Food Donations

By Jim McCoy Fri 10th August NewsaccesshungerMedford Food Project

Jackson County residents are being called upon tomorrow (August 11) to help feed needy families by donating food to ACCESS and the Food Project. Volunteers will be picking up food from homes throughout the day.Read More »

ACCESS Hire New Finance Director

By Jim McCoy Thu 26th April NewsaccessPatti Eliot

ACCESS is announcing that Patti Eliot has been appointed as the new Finance Director. Eliot served as chief financial officer and controller for the “Montgomery Community Action Agency” in Alabama, and she was also the fiscal monitor for the state of Alabama.Read More »

Meetings for ACCESS Food Share Gardens in Central Point, Gold Hill

Kick-off meetings are being held Saturday for people interested in volunteering at ACCESS Food Share Gardens in Central Point and Gold Hill. The Central Point meeting is at 1:30 p.m. at First Presbyterian Church at 456 West Pine Street. The Gold Hill meeting is at 10:00 a.m. at Lampman Road Baptist Church on Lampman Road. Eac meeting should last about an hour.Read More »

Ski Against Hunger Deemed "A Success"

Even with all the blustery weather, Sunday’s “Ski Against Hunger” was a success- according to the folks at Mount Ashland. Skiers received a free ticket in exchange for non-perishable food. Philip Yates from “ACCESS” estimates the promotion generated over 49-hundred pounds of food. Mount Ashland reports 927 lift tickets donated- 284 more than last year.

Senior Fair Offers One Stop Shop for Services

Southern Oregon’s yearly health fair has attracted thousands to the Medford’s Armory. 88 vendors focusing on the needs of area seniors assisted those who attended the one day event. Organizers say the big attractions seem to be for hospital and financial services—which target those attending the health fair.Read More »

theDove News Update - 30 September 2011

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