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The Residence at Hilltop Donates Furniture to City Mission

The Residence at Hilltop Donates Furniture to City Mission photo

The Residence at Hilltop's (from l to r) Steve Dragan, marketing director; Jack Timlin, maintenance/van driver; Bill Owens, maintenance; Walter Young, administrator; and Larry Matsik, director of environmental services; load the truck transporting the donated furnishings to the Washington City Mission.

The Residence at Hilltop Donates Furniture to City Mission photo

The Residence at Hilltop's (from l to r) Bill Owens, maintenance/van driver; Larry Matsik, director of environmental services; and Jack Timlin, maintenance, display the full truck before it heads to the Washington City Mission to be unloaded.
(December 1, 2015 - Carroll Township, Pa.)

The residents of the Washington City Mission benefited from the generosity of the Residence at Hilltop after new furnishings were delivered to the Carroll Township assisted living facility. The Residence had ordered new furniture shortly before the fire at the Washington, Pa. shelter on June 9, which caused significant damage to dormitories, offices, medical facilities and a chapel in the main building. After hearing about the tragedy, a staff member at the Residence suggested they donate their gently used furniture to the City Mission.

"We saw what the City Mission lost with this tragedy and knew that we wanted to help." said Walter Young, administrator of the Residence at Hilltop. "I wish we could do even more. The City Mission does so much for others and we felt this small gesture would help to show our support of their efforts and our appreciation for everything they do for our community."

The furniture was transported to its new home at 84 West Wheeling Street in Washington, Pa., where the City Mission residents will make good use of it for years to come.

The Residence at Hilltop is a personal care facility which provides cost-effective assistance in a safe, residential environment for those who need help with daily living, but do not require 24-hour skilled medical treatment. It is a subsidiary of Mon-Vale Health Resources, Inc.

The Washington City Mission is a Christ-centered rehabilitative homeless shelter that provides food, case management, biblically based counseling and life-changing programs to help each person seeking their aid become a healthy, productive member of society.

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