by Captain Robert L. Rudd - The Salvation Army was selected by Americorps VISTA to greet President Bill Clinton as he arrived at Phoenix' Sky Harbor International Airport recently. Four VISTA volunteers, who serve as the Army's Project HOPE (Homeless
SACRAMENTO CA.--COMMUNITY CENTER DIRECTOR, Sacramento Citadel Corps. Regular full-time exempt position, salary DOE. We seek a qualified individual to plan, promote, organize, and administer recreational, educational and spiritual services offered by the community center. Qualified candidates should possess a bachelor's
'Soldier of Christ - Well Done!' PROMOTED TO GLORY Major Helena Sainsbury (R) recently moved on to her heavenly Home for a joyous reunion with her parents, Majors Martin and Annie Sainsbury, and sister, Isabel West Yarbrough. Born in
Mexico City Brigadier Verna Davis (R) lives on in many hearts! A memorial fund has been set up in her name in the SFOT bank account in Mexico City, earmarked to provide annual cadets' awards and other assistance to
COMMITMENT--(l-r) Jan Landstrom, Orange County Command, Drake Theroux, Steve Reinemund Jr., son of the immediate past chair of the National Advisory Board, and San Francisco Advisory Board Chair Mary Theroux, Drake's mother, attended a breakfast meeting of the
In response to the recent devastating earthquake in Taiwan, The Salvation Army dispatched Tom McSherry, Western emergency and disaster services coordinator, to the area. An experienced disaster response specialist, McSherry was in Taiwan soon after the quake hit.