“I have to get Auntie a present this year because she gave me one last year.” “I hope someone notices how much I’ve been talking about that new video game and gets the hint!” “I have to get all of my relatives a gift. If I don’t they’ll think I’m having money problems.” At this…… Continue reading Just Give!
The photos of cars sliding on snow-covered streets are already on the news. How can you make sure it’s not your car that goes careening into a ditch? And how can you be prepared if it is? Mouth-watering aromas will soon be wafting out of kitchens across the United States. What steps can you take…… Continue reading Holiday Safety Tips
We’ve all received an “ugly holiday sweater” or the equivalent: a gift that ends up in the next garage sale. If you take the advice of the American Red Cross to “give something that means something,” you’ll give twice: once to your loved one and also to a recipient you’ll never meet. Your gift might…… Continue reading No More Ugly Holiday Sweaters!
If you’re an outpatient at the Chalmers P. Wylie VA Ambulatory Care Center on the east side of Columbus, you can count on Carolyn Martin to get your lunch order right. You can also count on her to bring you a blanket, a glass of juice – or a listening ear. She’s there for four…… Continue reading “I Love Working With People!”
Beginning with Clara Barton’s battlefield experiences, the American Red Cross has been committed to serving U.S. military personnel and their families. This commitment is one of two mandates written into its congressional charter. With that long-standing commitment close to its heart, the local Red Cross’s Services to the Armed Forces Department will participate in events…… Continue reading Thank You to Our Veterans!