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NORTH CHANNEL Assistance Ministries opens new building

The new metal building on Freeport Street is an addition to the North Channel Assistance Ministries main building. It still needs work to finish the interior offices and work areas.
The new metal building on Freeport Street is an addition to the North Channel Assistance Ministries main building. It still needs work to finish the interior offices and work areas.

NORTH CHANNEL – The Assistance Ministries extended their ability to serve needy families in the North Channel and adjacent communities, with the opening of an addition to their building on Freeport Street.

A ribbon cutting was held on September 22 to officially inaugurate the new building. NCAM serves hundreds of families each week, with food and other necessities.

At present the interior work has not been completed. When done, the new building will house offices, a public reception and waiting area, a counseling and interview office, and some additional work areas and storage.

New paved parking and handicap parking also complement the building.

NCAM director Rodney Redford emphasized that fund raising for this building continues. Contact him at 713-453-8028.

The North Channel Chamber held a ribbon cutting for the new facility, on September 22, Cutting the ribbon is Gayle Redford, with NCAM director Rodney Redford directly behind her.
The North Channel Chamber held a ribbon cutting for the new facility, on September 22, Cutting the ribbon is Gayle Redford, with NCAM director Rodney Redford directly behind her.