If you were listening to our very own Z-92 Saturday morning, you probably hear Christmas Music, it might seem a little early in the season but it was all for a good cause.
The Zanesville Jaycee's partnered with the Salvation Army for their annual C-Day. Residents could call in to the WHIZ Studios, donate gently used items, canned goods or other non perishable items and the Jaycees would come to your door step to pick them up.
A popular holiday event is moving weekends in order to help more people.
The Jaycee's sponsored C-Day is a way to collect clothing, toys, canned good and other gently used items for the Salvation Army. Taking part is as easy as picking up a phone. Residents with items can call into the WHIZ studios, give their address and the Jaycees will come to your home to collect items.
"The holiday season is all about giving," said Jaycee's member Ben Whitacre. "It's such...
If you've ever wanted a celebrity to serve you dinner, next Tuesday is the perfect opportunity.
The Applebee's restaurant in Zanesville is hosting its Celebrity Server event on November 15th. Applebee's General Manager David Jacobs said Senator Troy Balderson, Mayor "Butch" Zwelling and other well-known locals will shadow servers and collect tips for the Angel Tree.
"The Angel Tree is when we take children from the Salvation Army that are underprivileged and...
The holiday season is right around the corner, meaning you'll begin to hear the bell ring and see the renowned Red Kettle outside many shopping centers.
The Salvation Army Red Kettle Campaign will step-off November 7th and continue through the holiday season. Money collected will benefit families in need throughout Perry, Morgan and Muskingum Counties.
"Please put a dollar in or a quarter, what ever you feel," said Captain Diane Campbell. "If you want to...
The colder months are coming....and now is the time to clean out the coat closet and donate.
The Salvation Army will once again team-up with Old Town Cleaners to collect "Coats for Kids." Gently worn coats are donated, cleaned and repaired by Old Town Cleaners and then distributed through the Salvation Army. The partnership has been giving back to the community in need for nearly 20 years and have successfully donated a number of coats.
Recent heat advisories have many seeking relief - only to find a shortage of fans.
Last week the South East Ohio 2-1-1 Call Center of Muskingum, Perry and Morgan Counties received more than 40 phone calls of people asking where they could find a box fan as a relief from the heat. Salvation Army Office Assistant Mindy McCloy said both Community Action and the Salvation Army ran out of fans.
"We had one lady who came in and even the ventilation in her apartment was very...