Used clothes (including shoes and blankets) collection is another drive under the Saving Grace
project which started in 2012.
has a fleet of 18 vehicles that collect cooked leftover food from hotels, wedding parties and other functions throughout the year for distribution to needy families.
The only saving grace
for me from Saturday afternoon was the fact I, along with other decent Sunderland fans, challenged and shouted down the British National Party supporters who were campaigning outside the stadium.
Its only saving grace
is the new, independent cafes and shops on the side streets, which should be encouraged and financially supported to move on to the main road and make a welcome change from chip shops and charity shops.
is the title of the first novel by Spencer about a 16-year-old girl named Grace whose behavior has been erratic and self-destructive since the death of her brother some months before.
With an average audience of 3.5 million viewers and two Emmy nominations for Hunter, I'm surprised I haven't heard more about "Saving Grace
" among religious folks.
Grace's parents say she's out of control and her old friends don't like her--but Grace thinks she's a whole new chic person and is happy with her new friends in Katherine Spencer's SAVING GRACE
(9152057404, $15.00), an excellent story for ages 12 and older about change, self-image, and coming to grips with a brother's death.
A three-car pileup on a major interstate with numerous injuries is a tragic scene, but medevac helicopters are a saving grace
in helping get injured individuals the help they need quickly.
The one saving grace
for all small airports may be the impending report by the Airport Management Conference of Ontario.
And Tim McInnerny as Gerald Fedden in The Line Of Beauty, the saving grace
of this irksome saga of shallow saddoes.
A saving grace
for young Bill was his talent for drawing; through this he was granted a measure of acceptance and even admiration from his peers.