This is a press release submitted to the Las Vegas Sun. It has not been verified or edited by the Sun.
Henderson Salvation Army Holds Ribbon Cutting for Recently Remodeled Adult Day Care Center
Published on Wed, Nov 7, 2012 (11:19 a.m.)(Henderson, NV) – The Henderson Salvation Army held a ribbon cutting ceremony to celebrate the recently remodeled Adult Day Care Center on Saturday, October 13, 2012 at 10:00 a.m.
Three years ago, the Henderson Salvation Army received $550,000 from the estate of Mary Roberts, the first woman to serve on the Henderson Planning Commission and former president of the city’s Chamber of Commerce, in order to rebuild and remodel the center. The Henderson Salvation Army began construction on the facility in February 2011, and completed the project on schedule.
“Part of the Henderson Salvation Army’s mission statement is to help meet the needs of our residents,” says Major William Cobb, who has spearheaded the project. “This newly remodeled facility will assist us in accomplishing our mission by providing us with the means to better serve our community.”
The Adult Day Care Center provides care for adults with disabilities and seniors that require around-the-clock care. The Adult Day Care Center is a part of the Henderson Corps Community Center, which also serves as a food bank, offers showers for the homeless and provides family services. The Adult Day Care is located at 830 E. Lake Mead in Henderson.
For more information about the Salvation Army or to donate, visit http://www.salvationarmysouthernnevada.org.
# # #
- SkySide is the perfect Las Vegas pad — hence the $30M price tag
- For Las Vegas ‘Wal-Mart moms,’ it’s the disaster vs. the laughingstock for president
- Report: Tax value of Trump hotel in Las Vegas cut from $176M to $25M
- Analysis: Trump’s campaign explained its conspiracy theory about the media in one insane news release
- Sources: New documents may help keep Raiders in Oakland