|Lifestyle Briefs: 08-6-13|
|Written by Sentinel-Tribune Staff|
|Tuesday, 06 August 2013 12:35|
Catholic Charities hosts adoption information session
The evening will include a guest panel of adoptive couples who will share their stories and answer questions. The meeting is free and is required for prospective adoptive parents to register for Catholic Charities' program.
Catholic Charities has facilitated domestic infant adoptions since 1914 and international adoptions since 1990, servicing couples of all faiths in northwest Ohio. The agency supports birth parents, adoptive parents and adoptees before and after the adoption process. For adoptive parents, the process includes a home study, education series, creation of a family profile, approval and placement.
Catholic Charities serves 40,000 people of all backgrounds in northwest Ohio annually by providing food, shelter, prescription and emergency rent assistance as well as adoption services, jail and prison ministries and guardianship services to the elderly.
Crossroads plans Aug. 13 Quilt Frolic
Quilters will be working on their own projects or the club's outreach projects. Anyone interested in quilting is welcome to attend. Members will assist beginning quilters. Bring your own sewing machine, fabric and supplies. An iron, ironing board and cutting board will be supplied.
There is no charge. Feel free to bring a sack lunch or order out from local eateries.
For more information contact Harlene Wood at (419) 257-8043.
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