PRLog - Jun. 24, 2014 - BEAVER FALLS, Pa. -- Hosanna Industries received a surprise donation of a Lance airplane in December, 2011 from a friend of the mission. The plane will be used primarily to fly mission workers to areas of disaster and poverty.
What: The Lance has been recently updated, inside and out, and Hosanna plans to dedicate the plane in a short service of thanksgiving. Refreshments will be served after the ribbon cutting.
Hosanna's mission includes disaster relief, so they will utilize this generous donation to fly to areas of disaster and poverty. In the past, Hosanna has provided assistance with rebuilding and repairs to communities and individuals after many natural disasters including the flooding in the Pittsburgh region after Hurricane Ivan, Hurricane Katrina in New Orleans, the tornado in Joplin, and many more.
Where: Beaver County Airport 15 Piper Street Beaver Falls, PA 15010
When: Sunday, July 20, 2014 at 2:00PM
Who: All are welcome! Norm Carroll, the individual that donated the plane, will be in attendance, along with the Hosanna Industries' staff and other friends of the mission.
Contact: For general questions about the plane or the dedication, contact Hosanna Industries at 724-770-0262 or visit their website at hosannaindustries.org
About Hosanna Industries: Hosanna Industries, Inc. is a faith-rooted, 501 (c)3 non-profit organization in southwestern Pennsylvania. The mission includes new construction and repair/rehabilitation services for low income homeowners; leading volunteers in disaster recovery; and training young people in the trade skills to give them a hope for the future. Its typical single client household in 2013 had an income of less than $16,000 a year. Since its founding in 1990 Hosanna Industries has provided nearly $50 million worth of charitable work to the community for less than $14 million. It depends on the generosity of others to complete its work. For more information please visit www.hosannaindustries.org.