The Salvation Army wraps up red kettle campaign; Temple Beth Emeth sponsors movie double feature Dec. 25
From the last days of The Salvation Army’s red kettle drive to a special movie double feature sponsored by Temple Beth Emeth, here’s a roundup of some of the stories posted on AnnArbor.com’s Community Wall this week:
By: sawashtenaw: Final days for The Salvation Army of Washtenaw County’s Red Kettles
The nonprofit is approximately $14,000 behind in donations from this time last year.
By: SooJi Min: December 25th Movies at The Michigan Theater
Join Temple Beth Emeth for our annual day at the movies on Sunday, December 25th. We are featuring The Prince of Egypt & Joseph King of Dreams. Doors open at 10 am, movie begins at 10:30 am.
By: Anna Cangialosi: Local Resident Writes Fictional Account of 1920s Murder
By: Sandria Kellerman: Homefront Holiday Hugs > Share an easy hug with our wounded veterans and their families in Ann Arbor ! and Michigan Troops and Families need adoption, make a difference this season !
By: krissy: MY STRANGE ADDICTION Now Casting in Ann Arbor!
By: Luther Schaible: Christmas Eve Services
By: Jenny Ritter: “Blue Christmas” Service
By: toothless wonder: Utilize Jail Inmates To Shovel Snow At All The BRAND NEW Curb-Cutouts
By: flexorz: Thomson Reuters Suspends Sale of Healthcare Business
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