Tax credit donations vital to host of community groups
Payson Helping Payson works hand-in-hand with St. Vincent de Paul, the Salvation Army and the Community Action Program on the front line in providing desperately needed help for Payson area families and individuals in crisis situations.
Clubs and Organizations
The Ladies of St. Paul?s Episcopal Church, represented by Becky McGuigan (center), recently presented a $500 donation to John Zilisch, president, and Janet Zilisch, treasurer, of Payson Helping Payson (PHP).
Take food items, such as turkeys, vegetables, potatoes, gravy, stuffing, dinner rolls, pumpkin pies or ingredients for fresh pies like sugar, canned milk, piecrusts to the Payson Bashas? from 7 a.m. to 5 p.m., Tuesday, Nov. 25.
Grab a tag from an Angel Tree to help Rim Country children
The time to make contributions to help the less fortunate have a happy holiday is coming to a close. Make donations of new gifts for the following groups as soon as possible:
Rim Country boasts great genealogy resources
Whether you are veteran detective when it comes to your family history or just getting started on the journey to track down your ancestors, Payson has plenty of genealogy resources.
Medical center donates to food drive
To kick off the holiday fundraising campaign, Payson Regional Medical Center (PRMC) employees awarded the Payson Area Food Drive a check for $3,429.
MHA to the rescue
The Mogollon Health Alliance Monday donated $5,000 to help the residents of the Canal Senior Apartments, who were displaced last month due to water damage.
Turkey Tuesday nearly here
Last year, 300 Rim Country families had a Thanksgiving dinner at home thanks to the generous donations of local businesses and residents. This year, St. Vincent de Paul Food Bank wants to do it again and is asking for donations on Turkey Tuesday, Nov. 25.