The Salvation Army in Daytona Beach is offering a spring break camp for kids. The camp will run from March 13-20, 2020 from 7:30 am to 6 pm. Kids will engage in sports, music, arts, devotions, field trips, and more. For more information, call (386) 366-3708 or stop by 1555 LPGA Blvd in Daytona Beach. The fee is $65 per student and it’s open to those ages 5-12.
Kathy LovinMar 9, 2016 · 2 min readA page from the Los Angeles Herald newspaper announcing Capt. Nellie Truelove’s commission as a member of the LAPDOn March 4, 1903 the Los Angeles Herald newspaper reported that Salvation Army Captain Nellie Truelove would be the first woman “to be given a right to wear the nickel star and swing the black club of police authority.”
Captain Nellie TrueloveBorn in London in 1863, the aptly-named Capt. Truelove ran a home for “fallen” women at the turn of the 20th century in the Lincoln Heights neighborhood of Los Angeles.
The word “fallen” in those days referred to women who worked as prostitutes or were pregnant and unmarried.
Capt. Truelove’s rescue work involved spending days and nights in bars and brothels trying to ease the burden of women in trouble. She believed that no matter how dire the circumstance, there was hope for every woman she met.
Courtesy of California Digital Newspaper Colletion: http://salar.my/CaptTrueloveOften, she would be calle..
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