Posts Tagged: Glenda Andrews

The pope’s message is the message of Grace Church

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By Ken and Glenda Andrews I sit here today watching history take place in this wonderful country of ours. To hear Pope Francis speaking the words of Jesus to the leaders of our country, I ponder. The Pope’s message of family, love, and reaching out to help those of us that are in need, whatever… Read more »

Ken & Glenda Andrews receive Sara Hardy Award

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By Donna Olendorf “We receive so much more back than we give,” Glenda Andrews told a standing room only crowd at the Traverse City Government Center on Monday night, as she and her husband Ken were honored with the Sara Hardy Award for humanitarian service. Dozens of Jubilee House volunteers and patrons, as well as… Read more »

Glenda & Ken Andrews win Sara Hardy award for Jubilee Ministries work

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Glenda and Ken Andrews will be presented with the Sara Hardy Humanitarian Award on Monday, March 16, 2015. A celebration will take place at 6 p.m. in the second floor training room, with the award presentation at 7 p.m. in the Commission Chambers, Second Floor, Governmental Center, 400 Boardman Avenue, Traverse City. Lee Hornberger, Chair… Read more »

Jubilee House wins Community Champion Award

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By Glenda Andrews On October 23, Jubilee House was honored by the Grand Traverse Community Collaborative and was presented the Mary Lee Lord Community Champion Award.  The Community Collaborative is made up from all of the human services agencies private and governmental in the Grand Traverse area and the award is in recognition of Jubilee… Read more »

An empty house is not a home – one woman’s story

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By Glenda Andrews Jubilee House Coordinator Currently the waiting list in Traverse City for affordable housing with assisted financial help from the Department of Housing is two-and-a-half years or longer. This is a major concern for the social outreach programs within the city, and commissions have been formed to study the programs and see how… Read more »