Ithaca HOURS News! January 2001

[Ithaca HOUR messages are sent once or twice monthly to 1,658 residents]
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Many Ithacans have enjoyed ABC Café. Ken Hallett is doubling the space, hiring more employees, and needs loans. He's also selling advance food credit and gift certificates to raise cash. Loans of any size are welcome! Contact him at 277-4770 or 277-0526.
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The HOUR Annual Directory is approaching completion. To get new/corrected listings included: hourtown@ithacahours.org
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Next HOUR board meeting is Monday, January 15 second floor City Hall; all welcome. People interested in running for board should contact hourtown@ithacahours.org
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The ITHACA HEALTH FUND has brought in over $82,000 and makes payments for an expanding range of needs. Last year we received five grants. The latest is $2,000 from The Service League, which sells used clothes on consignment (104 W. Seneca St.) and donates proceeds to community groups. Thanks!
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The Health Fund's next board meeting is February 5 at 109 Elston Pl. 7:30pm. All are welcome.
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FUN THINGS TO DO JANUARY 20:
-- There will be a Day of Resistance in Ithaca on January 20th to protest the inauguration. The planning meeting for these events wil take place Sunday, January 14th noon-1:30pm, with coffee and bagels, at Sylvia Wahl's home at 1426 Hanshaw Road
-- Indoor Composting with Worms: workshop at Co-operative Extension, 2-4pm.
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Buying HOURS from GreenStar, Viva Taquería and AFCU to help speed circulation helps keep the system strong.
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Need help spending HOURS? paglo@lightlink.com
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