Residents turn to the ISC for food, clothing, shelter, for many educational needs, and Keep a Senior Safe and Warm and Adventures in Friendship.
Working with a small staff, the ISC is the local “one-stop shop” in Hancock and the Tri-State area, administering government funding, private funding and Church-sponsored funding.
Thursday, give your “vote of support” for the ISC as it participates in a countywide fundraising event titled “Washington County Gives,” hosted by the Community Foundation.
To make a donation, go to http://washingtoncountygives.razoo.com/story/Interfaith-Service-Coalitiion-Of-Hancock-Maryland and make a $10 or more pledge to the ISC. Every dollar pledged goes to the ISC and strengthens its bid for a $10,000 grant from a Baltimore foundation, plus other funds offered by local businesses.
Residents can also drop off a donation at the ISC office, 116 W. High St.
For more information, call Debbie Cohill at 301-678-6605.
Children’s items for sale
The children’s resale yard sale takes place Saturday from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. at Widmeyer Park.
Sponsored by Hancock in Motion, the event brings together folks who want to get rid of infant-teen clothing, books and lots of baby items.
Area residents will be selling their items at individual tables.
Those who want to set up a table, must register prior to the event by sending an email to HancockInMotion@hotmail.com.
A spaghetti dinner will be held Saturday from 4 to 8 p.m. at Mount Olivet Presbyterian Church, 14253 Exline Road, just west of Hancock.
The menu includes spaghetti, salad, bread, beverages and dessert.
Proceeds will help the church improve its kitchen facilities.
Guided bike tour
On Saturday at 10 a.m., the Maryland Department of Natural Resources will offer a guided bike tour along the Western Maryland Rail Trail.