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A woman is recovering from severe depression and post traumatic stress disorder and is unable to work during her recovery. She is currently living off a small Social Security stipend and looking for work that will also allow her to continue with her recovery. She is a very strong willed woman working hard toward a better life and would greatly appreciate any generosity. She needs a women’s large winter coat, warm blankets, a vacuum cleaner and other women’s size large winter clothing.

A 56 year old man with burns and mobility problems received a van lift but now needs tires not covered under the agency’s services. He lives on around $700 a month and cannot afford them himself.

A woman with a severe diabetic condition and mobility concerns just moved to an apartment and someone took her small microwave.

A 60 year old man in Ravalli County with mobility/diabetic issues needs a good used sofa. He is tall and needs to put up his feet to help with circulation. He has been housebound for many months from wounds on his ankle. He also could use some board games to pass the time while he has to remain at home. He lives on a fixed income also.

To help, call Kathy Flynn, Home and Community Based Services at Community Medical Center, 327 4594.

Several female clients of Home and Community Based Services are in need. A single woman with disabilities needs a lamp and clothing, including sweatpants/flannel pajama pants size medium, sweatshirts and T shirts size 1X and tube socks (size 8 shoe).

A single low income woman with two children hoping to make their Christmas nice, would appreciate Walmart gift cards to buy gifts for her girls. Also, her girls love stuffed animals.

An elderly woman with disabilities loves to knit/crochet. Any yarn donations or Walmart gift cards would be much appreciated.

Contact Esther at 327 4695 if you can help.

A client of 3 Rivers Mental Health Center is looking for assistance for her family. This woman lives with her four children, has recently fallen upon hard times, and is injured and unable to work. Her fianc, who lives with the family, also recently lost his job. As this family transitions into services and rehabilitates in order to be employed again,
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they need help getting by. This family is looking for a toddler bed, couch, kids’ umbrellas, size 14 boys winter coat, women’s M/L winter coat and size 14 boys pants.

A disabled, low income veteran needs assistance paying his rent for the month of November to prevent homelessness. His total rent is $450, but any donation toward this cost would be helpful and appreciated.

To help, contact Kylene at Winds of Change, 721 2038.

Mountain Home Montana is need of kitchen and household items such as silverware, cups, and pots and pans for young women moving into their first apartments. Also needed are six new queen bed sets, 12 sets of new bath towels and new pillows for the residential home. The babies and children are in need of warm clothes size 18 months to 2T, two Bumbos, two bouncy chairs and new learning toys. The teen moms are in need of new bras,
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underwear and warm socks. Multiple working moms are in need of Straight Talk phone cards so they can be reached by their child care providers.

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DETROIT The death of the current generation Dodge Grand Caravan may have been greatly exaggerated.

Fiat Chrysler plans to continue production of the current Dodge people hauler at least into the 2017 model year, according to an internal company document. It will be built alongside a redesigned version of the Chrysler Town Country minivan beginning early next year.

The planning document indicates that the next generation Town Country is scheduled to start production on Feb. 29, 2016, at FCA’s recently overhauled Windsor, Ontario, assembly plant.

That minivan, with the two letter code RU, will be a 2017 model. The 2016 Town Country will be produced during a short run beginning in early August and ending in mid February.

The document also shows the 2016 Dodge Grand Caravan beginning production in August 2015 and ending production in August 2016. A 2017 Grand Caravan with the same model code as the 2015, indicating it will be largely unchanged is scheduled to begin production on Aug. 23, 2016.

In FCA’s five year product plan presented in May 2014, Dodge brand head Tim Kuniskis said the Grand Caravan would stop production “in 2016.” That could still happen, if the automaker only plans a short 2017 model run. But it also could indicate a new strategy to guard against loss of minivan market share as FCA redesigns the Town Country.

A Dodge spokesman said: “While we’ve announced the Grand Caravan will eventually be the minivan that goes away, we’re not going into more detail at this time.”

Extending production of the current Grand Caravan would enable FCA to fill minivan requests for fleet customers as well as continue sales of the vehicle in Canada, where it is No. 1 among minivans.

In the United States, Grand Caravan sales were down 51 percent to 29,364 in the first five months, mainly because of restrictions placed on fleet sales during the Windsor plant’s three month shutdown for retooling.

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