Facebook Launch for National Salvation Army Week

Facebook Launch for National Salvation Army Week

Salvation Army launches Facebook page and announces schedule of events
Odessa - Salvation Army of Odessa announces events that will take place throughout the week for National Salvation Army Week. The schedule is as follows:

Monday- The Salvation Army of Odessa will launch a Facebook page in an effort to provide to the community a social media outlet which will provide information on programming, available services, volunteer opportunities, disaster response and special events. To check it out, go to http://www.Facebook.com/SalvationArmyTexas

Tuesday- The mobile feeding unit (Canteen) will be out on the streets of Odessa passing out free snacks, drinks and literature to the community.

Wednesday- The mobile feeding unit (Canteen) will be once again be out during the day to pass out literature, free drinks and snacks to the community, offer prayer and promote the Open House event to be held on Thursday from 5pm-8pm at The Salvation Army, 810 East 11th Street.

Thursday- The Salvation Army of Odessa will host an Open House Event at its main location, 810 East 11th Street, from 5pm- 8pm. There will be free hot dogs, hamburgers and drinks available free of charge to the public, along with a bounce house for the kids. The public is invited to come take a look "Behind the Red Shield" and learn more about what The Salvation Army is doing in your community. Each facet of the operation will be open for tours and to answer questions.
Lt. Stephen Correira, Corps Officer, will also be available for interviews, radio broadcasts or questions from the community.

Monetary donations to support The Salvation Army Texas Wildfire Relief can be made by mail to P.O.Box 36607, Dallas, TX 75235, by phone at 1-800-SAL-ARMY or online http://www.salvationarmytexas.org.

For more information about The Salvation Army's disaster response effort, please go to http://www.disaster.salvationarmyusa.org.
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