WHAT’S IN STORE FOR 2016?
Brooke Staggs writes for The Tustin News on what to look forward to in 2016.
NONPROFITS REACH FURTHER Orange County Rescue Mission plans to expand its services this year by doubling the number of beds allowed at its transitional housing facility, Village of Hope. The nonprofit will also partner with Mission Bible Church to offer public services in its existing chapel. In March, the Rescue Mission hopes to move formerly homeless veterans into two fourplexes along Newport Avenue at Sycamore Avenue. The mission bought the properties from the city and spent 2015 converting them into a complex that will house up to 32 veterans as they transition out of homelessness. Tustin Community Foundation is also adding two new events to its busy roster this year. The Patriots & Pioneers program will help recognize Tustin residents who have served the country. And the foundation will host four mobile breast cancer screening clinics in 2016 at locations throughout the city, with details to come.
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