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Chesapeake and New Jersey conferences recently conducted a joint ACS/Disaster Response (ACS/DR) training exercise for 34 pre-trained and volunteer participants from their territories, along with the Ohio Conference.
Kettering College of Medical Arts (KCMA) recently celebrated the opening and dedication of its Anna May Vaughan Center for Nursing Education.
Jesse Alli Sr., a member of the Temple Emmanuel church in Youngstown, Ohio, was recently honored for his service in the Red Ball Express, the codename for one of World War II's most massive logistics operations.
There are few and amazing times when we find ourselves willing to step out of our “life boxes” to worship with those who are look and act differently than us. One such amazing time took place recently at Pine Forge Academy (PFA) in Pine Forge, Pa.
The Everett church has dreamt of having a new church for 12 years. The Lord provided, and they purchased land between Everett and Bedford. This location will enable the congregation to reach out to both communities, and places on land with a developing community center and future medical facilities.
Through the combined efforts of the Faithful Flock of Calvary church in Jessup, Md., and the Miracle Temple church Eagles Pathfinder Club in Baltimore, 65 inmate families in the Baltimore metropolitan area were recently blessed with a full course Thanksgiving meal.
On January 2, 2008, Weymouth Spence, EdD, will become the 19th president of Columbia Union College (CUC) in Takoma Park, Md.
At its year-end meeting, the Columbia Union Conference Executive Committee celebrated the union’s centennial with the unveiling of a three-dimensional display that features photos and mementos that chronicle the union’s history.
Lelia Cooper, a Shiloh church member in Huntington, W.Va., got a memorable call recently. On behalf of her deceased brother, Major William L. Hill, a Pilot Tuskagee Airman for the United States Air Force, Cooper was asked to accept a Congressional Gold Medal of Honor on his behalf.
Washington Adventist Hospital (WAH) recently celebrated a century of improving the health and lives of people and communities by hosting a centennial celebration gala at The National Building Museum, in Washington, D.C.