MOBILE MEALS SEEKS VOLUNTEERS: Trumbull Mobile Meals is looking for people who are interested in seeing that "no one goes hungry" in its community. Individuals who have one or two days a week to deliver meals to shut-ins, TMM can use your help. The people who receive meals are limited in mobility, ill/frail and homebound. There is a large segment of the community who are wheelchair bound, use walkers and canes, are too ill to prepare a meal, or do not have the resources to drive to congregate meals sites or food distribution centers. With assistance, these clients are able to remain self-sufficient in their own homes for a longer period of time. Call the Mobile Meals office at 330-394-2538.
ROTARY DONATES COATS: Representatives from the Rotary Club of Warren presented 200 coats and hats, and 600 pairs of gloves to three area organizations. The donation is part of an effort by the Warren Rotary to improve the lives of children in the community. John Campolito, club president, and Rob Berk, club vice president, presented the items to Jill Merolla, supervisor of community outreach and grant development for Warren City Schools, Warren Family Mission Director Chris Gilger and the Salvation Army. The Rotary Club of Warren meets at noon every Wednesday at Enzo's Restaurant, Elm Road, Warren.
GRIEVING PROGRAM OFFERED: Grief 101, a program presented by Hospice of the Valley bereavement facilitators, will be offered from 1 to 3 p.m. Jan. 9 at St. Joe's at the Mall, Eastwood Mall, Niles (behind Sears). The program will explain the grieving process and its impact on people and families. Support materials will be distributed. It is open to the public at no charge. Registration is preferred but not required. For more information, call 330-549-5901. The same program will be offered at the same time and location on April 10, July 10 and Oct. 9.
FOOD DRIVE IN BROOKFIELD: Members of the Brookfield Fire Department collected more than 60 boxes of nonperishable food items at Giant Eagle in Brookfield. The items will be distributed to families in need in Brookfield and Masury for the holidays.