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Sharon , PA Corps Officers

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The Salvation Army

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Director
Johnstown Salvation Army

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Army Connections: Changes of Appointment

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PO Box 337 (812 Walnut St)
McKeessport , PA 15134
Phone: 412-673-6627 Fax: 412-673-2118
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Applications for toys are taken at ...

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Applications for toys are taken at the end of August when families are signing up for back-to-school help, and continue through November, said Capt. Christine Hinzman, whose husband, Timothy, is director of the Johnstown Salvation Army, 576 Vine St.

Eligible families are assigned tags containing children's names, ages, sizes and special wishes.
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After donations are collected, they are brought to the former McCrory's building on Main Street in downtown Johnstown, where Hinzman and a corps of volunteers place them on a huge grid, which is numbered chronologically according to Hinzman's master list of applicants.
Hinzman has constantly checked the toy recall list, but said she hasn't spotted anything that raised red flags.
Thirty bicycles are parked along one wall.
"Wal-Mart employees volunteered their time to put the bikes together," Hinzman said.
Extra toys and clothes line other walls.The toys are sorted by age, and the clothes are sorted by gender and size.
"They will be matched up with families who haven't been adopted," Hinzman said.
"I'd say about 80 percent have been adopted.The hats and scarves and smaller toys I give for free."
Hinzman said 681 families are represented on the grid - 2,143 people in all, almost 1,500 of them children.
In addition to needy children, 125 senior citizens also will receive something extra for Christmas.
Some requests include simple necessities such as paper towels, facial tissues and toilet paper.
"They also will receive a meal voucher for Christmas," Hinzman said.


Butler's new Salvation Army leader brings mission perspective job

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"One of the things she really likes is to see people grow," said Capt. Christine Hinzman, 40, who worked for Maj.McKee at the Beaver Falls Worship & Service Center.

"She's always been willing to mentor and work with new ministers," Capt. Hinzman said.
Not only is Maj.McKee resourceful and energetic, she's also creative, Capt. Hinzman said.
"Whatever Salvation Army event we had going on year-round, she would bring a van-load of kids and feed them," Capt. Hinzman said.
During one summer camp in Beaver Falls that had a farm theme, the two women wore overalls and did square-dancing skits.Maj.McKee created life-sized figures of cows and other barnyard animals and brought lots of hay into the building.
"She really loves teaching and she loves children.She's very humorous," Capt. Hinzman said.
Maj. McKee is pursuing a master's degree in divinity from Asbury Theological Seminary in Wilmore, Ky.She has 10 more online courses to go.
Although she'd rather be teaching and helping people than filling out the paperwork to fund programs, she said she will give the Butler position her best shot.
"I know the resources keep getting less and less," she said.
It will be a change for her, however, after working in Liberia, where people live in mud huts and mosquitoes fly freely into buildings because no glass covers the windows.
"In Liberia, I loved the people and their desire to learn and help each other," she said.
Despite the hardships, she said, "there was something that was so much less stressful in Africa."
Maj. McKee said she loves working for the Salvation Army because it gives her an opportunity to approach anyone.


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Captain Christine Hinzman

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