Week In Great Falls

send to U.S. military personnel serving in the Middle East. Neighbors originally estimated receiving about 2,000 boxes. The organization will receive at least another 1,000 boxes – possibly more. Neighbors needs assistance with the following: More donations for postage. It costs approximately $10 to mail a case of cookies (12 boxes) to the soldiers. Tax deductible checks can be made out to Neighbors International Foundation and mailed to 1146-D Walker Road, Great Falls, VA 22066. Donations may also be made online at www.nifoundation.org; Neighbors also needs people willing to help with lifting and carrying donations from cars into the Neighbors offices; Neighbors is also looking for volunteers to come into the office and wrap boxes, insert notes and organize the piles. This can be done any time, Mondays to Fridays, from 8 a.m. to 3 p.m.


<bt>In the article “Mission Possible,” in the March 28 — April 3 edition of the Great Falls Connection, it was incorrectly stated that Mary Hadeed-Zaboli is Alexandra Bennett-Bitler’s sister. Hadeed-Zaboli is actually Bennett-Bitler’s employee at Imagine Tomorrow. In addition, Imagine Tomorrow classes begin on April 9, not April 11.