The Times - Serving Waitsburg, Dayton and the Touchet Valley

By Michele Smith
the Times 

Project Timothy is Dayton's local organization for people in need

Sign-ups for Christmas Baskets began in Oct. at the Project Timothy office inside the St. Vincent de Paul thrift store at 249 East Main Street.


December 12, 2019

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Project Timothy's Christmas Basket Program provides a holiday meal to local families in need. Volunteers will be at St. Joseph's Parish Hall on Sat. Dec. 14 to assemble Christmas Baskets for about one hundred families. Each box comes with a ham, canned corn, green beans, or peas, hot rolls, stuffing mix, gravy mix, a 10 lb. bag of potatoes, and pie, in either smaller or larger amounts depending on the size of the family. The boxes will be distributed on Saturday, as well.

DAYTON-For somebody traveling through Dayton whose car has broken down and who is without funds to spend the night, there is help.

For someone who needs help with rent, utilities, prescriptions, food, or needs a winter coat, there is help.

When being at home is suddenly unsafe for a woman and her children, and temporary shelter is needed, there is help.

Project Timothy is the local organization people in need can tap into for assistance.

Past President Gary Schroeder said hardships like those above were originally handled by individual local clergy, but when they realized they were each get...

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