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Joshua Self Storage Auction to Benefit Skydiving Accident Victim

by Holly Robinson March 31, 2014 2:04 PM
On January 25, sixteen-year old Makenzie Wethington, from Joshua, Texas, made a static-line skydiving jump. (That is where a parachute is attached to a line that automatically opens the parachute after the person jumps from the plane.)

Her parachute opened but then Makenzie went into spiral fall. She fell approximately 3,500 feet to the ground and suffered a broken lumbar spine, a broken pelvis, a broken shoulder blade, and several broken ribs. Her liver was damaged and one of her teeth was knocked out. [More]

Joshua Self Storage Solutions Starts Delivering AniMeals

by Kim Kilpatrick November 29, 2013 3:09 PM
This month, the Johnson and Ellis Counties in Texas launched a new segment to their Meals-on-Wheels program. They are now delivering dog and cat food to their clients who own those types of pets.

Linda Deese, with Meals-on-Wheels, indicated that pets provide senior citizens with friendship, joy, and a reason for living. However, many times those seniors do not have money to buy food for themselves or for their pets. Meals-on-Wheel volunteers often see the seniors sharing their delivered meal with their pet. This showed a need to provide food for pets, too. [More]

Self Storage Solutions in Joshua, TX, Raises Funds for MOW

by Tony Gonzalez November 20, 2012 6:20 PM
Over 8 million seniors in America face hunger every day. Senior women are more likely to face the threat of hunger than men. The number of seniors in rural areas or small towns that face the threat of hunger is significantly higher than those living in metropolitan areas. [More]
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