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Jane and Frank are hoping to celebrate their 68th wedding anniversary with dinner at a restaurant.
Pam C., pictured with her dog, Leonardo, is fighting cancer and has no money to replace her television.
Mary received assistance through the Christmas for the Elderly program last year.
Attorney Kenneth J. Allen hands a toy to Sireenity Crockett, 2 of Gary.
Children from the afternoon class at Hilltop House visited The Times office in Valparaiso to say thank you for Porter County Give Day.
record1 Members of PATH (Positive Approach to Teen Health), were riding around town on a bike promoting Porter county Give Day.
Times Photographer John Watkins shows the children how to download a photo.
Louise Thompson, left, community outreach specialist for the Greater Indiana Chapter of the Alzheimer's Association, thanks walkers Sunday as they complete the 1-mile walk Walk to end Alzheimer's at Hidden Lake Park in Merrillville. About 800 people participated, said Thompson, which rivals …
Tina St. Aubin of Valparaiso
Pictured are some of the flip-flops Kaylee Oates created for children. They come in all sizes and assortments, each one with a personalized message.
Pictured with flip-flops are, from left, Matt Parker, executive vice president of Kids Alive International; Girl Scout Kaylee Oates; and Phyllis Pierson, of Kids Alive. Oates and friends decorated 90 pairs of flip-flops for orphan girls around the world.
Debra Yerga shows off her new hairstyle with more than 30 inches of hair cut off.
Participating in the Portage YMCA We Build People campaign kickoff breakfast, are St. Mary's Hospital president and CEO Janice Ryba, in front at left, and YMCA fund development director Nancy Simpson. In back are Real Life Church pastor Scott Marshall, left, and YMCA executive director Dave …
Holding a "check" from Real Life Community Church for the Portage YMCA We Build People campaign are children in its child care and development center, Talia Jackson, from left, Piper Yorke and Sadie Smith.
Dr. Brian Hold will be offering his services on Friday to help with a fundraiser.
Chuck Leer sits in the hot seat Thursday night as he is roasted by friends and colleagues. Leer is leaving Porter County Boys & Girls Club after 40 years as its president.
Pictured are some of the items that have been crocheted and knitted by the Banta Knitters.
Members of the Banta Knitters, from left, Margaret McMahan, Star Ruwersma and Dolores Tight work on profjects Thursday at the Village Park Enrichment Center at Banta in Valparaiso.
Star Ruwersma works on a project as part of the Banta Knitters.
Lynne, of Valparaiso, shows off the Christmas tree she received through the Christmas for the Elderly program.
Ray would love to get a lift chair for the holidays through the Christmas for the Elderly program.
Sandra wears the Lifeline necklace around her neck and hopes to continue getting the service through the Christmas for the Elderly program.
Karen could use a liftchair and some other items through the Christmas for the Elderly program.
Jeffrey hopes to get better and take his therapy dog, Sam, out to the VNA hospice center.
Ernest, 82, loves talking with people. He is hoping to receive some assistance this year through the Christmas for the Elderly program.
Daniel, of Portage, could use some help through the Christmas for the Elderly program.
Lynne is pictured with her cat, Zachary Binx. She would love a Christmas tree for the holidays.
Mary hopes to get some warm winter clothes through the Christmas for the Elderly program.
Brenda would love to have a lift chair through the Christmas for the Elderly program.
From left, Donna Krawczyk, LaVerne McGuirl and Barb Kubiszak chat at St. Agnes Adult Day Service Center. McGuirl, who has dementia and Alzheimer's disease, attends St. Agnes during the day.
Myron Knauff contributes to the Porter County Give Day on Thursday at The Times office in Valparaiso.
Chuck Herman shows off the booklet he created for the Duneland Woodcarvers Club. "Duneland Woodcarvers ... Who We Are ... What We Do and How" includes information about the club, its membership and pages of helpful hints for carvers.
Dona Henry looks at old pictures and letters that her mom wrote while dancing in the Gay Mill Marathon in Gary in 1930.
The Porter County Council of American Legion Posts is hoping to raise enough money to purchase a new van to transport veterans to and from appointments. Pictured is the van which was purchased in 2005.
Dimana Tzvetkova is doing a summer intern program at the Valparaiso branch of the Porter County Public Library.
Janet Grant has been working at the Portage Township YMCA for 30 years.
Clarissa Tokash and Rachel Stewart rehearse a scene from "The Wedding Singer."
The cast of "The Wedding Singer" rehearses at Portage High School. The show will be performed for two weekends beginning tonight.
Portage Township YMCA Executive Director Dave Kasarda talks to a crowd Wednesday morning during the Y's annual campaign kickoff.
The Friends of the Library will hold a book sale beginning today at the Valparaiso branch of the Porter County Public Library System at 103 Jefferson St., Valparaiso. Pictured sorting through the books are Jim Cline, director, and Judy Hallberg, book sale room coordinator. The sale is from 4…
Dave and Linda Linsner of Portage show off their crowns they received as king and queen on Valentine's Day at the Bonner Center in Portage.
Miss Kathy (Kathy Blackburn) shows pictures of animals to preschool children during story hour at the South Haven library branch.
Keti Agapshvili, 11, gets assistance Tuesday from counselor Christa Cundiff during Camp FUNset Winter Camp, sponsored by Porter County Parks and Recreation, at Sunset Hill Farm County Park in Valparaiso.
Children slide down a hill Tuesday at Sunset Hill Farm County Park in Valparaiso during Camp FUNset Winter Camp sponsored by Porter County Parks and Recreation.
Mae hopes to get assistance through the Christmas for the Elderly program this year.
Judith has a lot of health issues and hopes to get some monetary assistance through the Christmas for the Elderly program this year.
Carolyn hopes to get an eye exam and a new pair of glasses through the Christmas for the elderly program.
Rosalee would love to have her hair colored and cut for the Christmas holidays.
Rehearsing for "Flowers for Algernon" are, in front from left, Mitchell Rodriguez, Tyler Franklin and Austin Hamang. In back are Jacob Cherry, Sarah Batey and Morgan Jackson.
Preschool teacher Jamie Gore shows the children what day it is at Nativity of Our Savior School in Portage.
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