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Puzzle sale to benefit Faith in Action

Nov. 06, 2013 @ 06:41 AM

HUNTINGTON — Faith in Action of the River Cities is once again selling jigsaw puzzles featur­ing a collage of iconic Huntington area landmarks as a fundraiser.

The pictures were taken by local photographer and instruc­tor, Michael Adkins and feature the Huntington riverfront, Old Main and Memorial Field House among other sights familiar to long-time residents.

The puzzles are now available at the UPS Store on 9th Avenue during regular business hours, as well as Monday - Thursday at the Faith in Action office at 200 19th St. In addition, they can be purchased at the Huntington Mall Customer Service Center, The Red Caboose Visitors’ Center at Heritage Station, the Huntington Museum of Art and HIMG on U.S. 60 East in Huntington.

The puzzles can be viewed on the FIA website @www.fiariv­ercities.org and on the organiza­tion’s facebook page.

The cost is $15, and all pro­ceeds support the coordination of services to elderly and chroni­cally disabled adults throughout the Tri-State.

Faith in Action is an inter-faith volunteer organization that works with an ever-expanding coalition of congregations, community organizations, and individuals to fill the gaps in services for some of the area’s most vulnerable citizens. It recruits, trains, and coordinates volunteer caregivers to provide vital, non-medical assistance. Vol­unteers care for individuals who have a limited support network. All services are provided free-of­charge to care receivers.

For more information or to purchase a puzzle, contact Rose Thornburg at Faith in Action by phone at 304-697-1274, toll free at 877-367-1271, or by email at fiarc@ comcast.net.




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