(06/28/2001)
A Grantsville woman will be the new director of Calhoun County Community Resources, Inc. P. J. Moore, who as served as a Program Assistant in the organization for two and one-half years is replacing Teresa Ward, who will become the Executive Director of CRI in Parkersburg.

New Director P. J. Moore

One of the most successful CRI programs is developing low cost bus transportation to Calhoun and Roane Counties. The Little Kanawha Bus Company offers daily services in both counties, in addition to special services and charters. "You can ride to work, shopping, visiting or make your appointments," said Moore. For a ride call toll free at 1-8666-354-5522 or 354-9043.

LK bus service to Calhoun and Roane

Community Resources, Inc. (CRI) provides assistance to low income families within Calhoun County, including food pantry, emergency utility assistance, emergency food assistance, emergency prescription assistance and limited housing assistance.

Assistance can be actual items, vouchers, referrals, mentoring or guidance. CRI also has a computer resource room open to the public, including the internet. The resources provide assistance with job searches, job applications and resume preperation.

A thrift store is operated in the Grantsville site, offering good used clothing and household items at reasonable prices. The thrift store welcomes donations on Wednesday between 8 and 4 p.m. CRI requests items not be dropped outside the building. Special arrangements can be made for drop-offs.


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