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This year is the 70th anniversary of Executive Order 9066, which lead to the internment of Japanese Americans. The Salvation Army in Northern California moved Japanese orphans in their care to other facilities and worked to find relatives outside of California to take the children in, all in an effort to shield them from internment.
She starred as Elizabeth Bennett in an early film adaptation of Jane Austen’s masterpiece Pride and Prejudice but won an Oscar for her work in Mrs. Miniver. A major box office draw in the 40s, she filmed this brief television ad for The Salvation Army in the 1970s, featured below.
“The continuous question is, “Where is God in this?” An interesting observation from the site is the companies helping with the clean up. Angel Water supplies our fresh water and is the water used in the pit to put out the fires that constantly flare up. Trinity Construction is one of the companies working and Grace Trucking Company hauls out the melted, twisted iron.”
Major Evelyn Chavez has been involved in responding to her share of major disasters: the Northridge earthquake; the school shootings in Columbine; at the Houston Astrodome after hurricane Katrina; and at a Port au Prince hospital in Haiti. Those were all big events but the two weeks she spent in The Salvation Army tent at Ground Zero after the 9-11 terrorist attacks will touch her heart in a special way for the rest of her life.
Northern California student Angel Lopez is getting ready to go back to school and learn about his favorite subject – science. He was one of the 3,000 kids in The Salvation Army’s US Western Territory who shopped at Target on Tuesday for back to school during the yearly Target School Spree with The Salvation Army.
Just image it; a hot muggy night, and you floating on an inner tube watching Gnomeo and Juliet on a big screen TV at the Kroc. Could a summer activity be any better?