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Manhattan Mini Storage Helping to Spread Christmas Cheer

by Winnie Hsiu November 20, 2013 2:12 PM
Christmas trees, holiday decorations, music, wassail, sugary treats, shopping, Santa Claus. Add all of these together and they help to make a merry and jolly Christmas holiday season. But, what if you took them away? Would there still be Christmas?

Edison Properties isn’t taking all of those things away from Christmas – just the decorations. Instead of spending money on Christmas decorations, Edison Properties will use that money to make the holiday season a little brighter for those in need. [More]

Feuding Self Storage Faciliteis Benefit the Community

by Winnie Hsiu February 25, 2013 7:52 PM
Everyone has heard about the feud between the Hatfields and the McCoys. The feud started when a group of ex-Confederate soldiers murdered a McCoy, who was a returning Union soldier. It was widely believed that a Hatfield was part of the group that killed the McCoy.

A few years later the dispute escalated when a Hadfield had a hog but a McCoy claimed it was his. The judge ruled in favor of the Hatafields based on Bill Staton’s testimony. Bill Staton was a relative of both families. Soon after the ruling, two McCoy brothers killed Staton. [More]

Fort Knox Self Storage Works with RECAP to Bring Thanksgiving Dinner to People

by John Stevens November 16, 2012 1:05 PM
In President Lyndon Johnson's State of the Union address in 1964, he declared an unconditional war on America's poverty. He challenged citizens to step up and do what they could to help out. A group of concerned people in Orange County, New York, decided to act on Johnson's plea and in 1965 they formed the Regional Economic Community Action Program (RECAP). Their mission was to mobilize and coordinate public and private resources to fill the needs of low-income people within the county. [More]

Fullerton Self Storage in Baltimore is a Drop-off Location for Donations

by Winnie Hsiu May 16, 2012 3:55 PM
Because of the recession, many cities across the United States struggle to have enough monies to fund different services for their community. When the economy is bad, there is less money in the city coffers. Less money usually means fewer services. The Eastside Family Emergency Shelter in Baltimore is one such service that struggles to have enough money to fund its operations. Because of this, the shelter always welcomes donations. [More]

Fullerton Self Storage in Baltimore is a Drop-off Location for Donations

by Winnie Hsiu May 16, 2012 3:55 PM
Because of the recession, many cities across the United States struggle to have enough monies to fund different services for their community. When the economy is bad, there is less money in the city coffers. Less money usually means fewer services. The Eastside Family Emergency Shelter in Baltimore is one such service that struggles to have enough money to fund its operations. Because of this, the shelter always welcomes donations. [More]

LifeStorage Mokena Continues Food Drive Through 2012

by Kim Kilpatrick February 13, 2012 6:18 PM
At Thanksgiving and during the Christmas holidays, people open their hearts – and their wallets – to help out the less fortunate members in their community. People donate toys, food, coats, gloves, and money to various charities in their communities. The holidays are behind us yet LifeStorage in Mokena, Illinois, has decided to continue its food-drive efforts throughout 2012. [More]
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