SPARK donates Thanksgiving feast to Roads to Peace

PHOTO PROVIDED From left are Julie Jaglowski, Lou Taylor, Sarah Harnishfeger, and Dave Taylor.

LOCK HAVEN — Lou and Dave Taylor, representating the community advocacy group SPARK (Supporting Public Action and Reliable Knowledge) donated the fixings for a Thanksgiving feast to Roads to Peace (formerly the Clinton County Women’s Center).

Roads to Peace provides quality services and community collaboration to promote safety and freedom from domestic and sexual violence, by empowering individuals to define their own lives.

“We are always grateful for donations that help us provide the best services we can,” noted Sarah Harnishfeger, Prevention Education Coordinator.

These can include monetary donations as well as donations of goods. Currently, for starters, the center is in need of towels and washcloths, paper towels, laundry detergent, dryer sheets, cleaning supplies, kitchen trash bags, plastic storage containers for food, Lysol spray, pump-style hand soap, diapers and pull-ups, and gift cards to local stores.

“We wanted to show our appreciation, as residents of Clinton County, to an organization that is performing such a valuable service for the community,” states Lou Taylor from SPARK. “During this difficult time, it can lighten our hearts to give back.”

Go to the Roads to Peace website at https://www.ccwcsafe.org/donations?lightbox=dataItem-k9shihtm for further information about ways you can show support.


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