Spread the Word: RSVP is asking for your help!  Please pass along your newsletter to a friend to help get the word out about the program activities and need for volunteers. 

Volunteers: Senator Jack Yost, pictured with his RSVP badge, states he is honored to be asked by RSVP to serve veterans.   Mark Wagner, Hank Vincent, Marty Spoto, Kailey Harris, Martie Iannucci, Dave VanBevern, Jack Cassella, Cathy Anderson, and Anne E. Berardi feel privileged to serve at the Vietnam Veterans Traveling Memorial Wall.  Thank you, City of Follansbee, for inviting RSVP volunteers to serve 65 hours assisting families & friends of an estimated 200 veterans. Thank you RSVP volunteer, Mark Wagner, for recruiting volunteers to assist.

Look for Invitations:  Should be received by August 31, 2013      
40th Annual Volunteer
Recognition Luncheon
Gateway Clipper Princess on
September 26, 2013.  Contact RSVP if you do not receive your invitation by August 31, 2013.


Coordinator, Tonette Alward, completes orientation with newest RSVP team members.  April Gould, VISTA, and Pauline Boring, ASAP Marshall County Coordinator.  Best wishes in your up and coming school year!

RSVP ASAP:  ASAP has been very busy! Read about  RSVP ASAP  in the Newsletter. 

RSVP State Wide: Thank you, CNCS State Program Specialist, Karlisa E. Bradley, for sharing your Monthly Report for West Virginia Projects. We appreciate all you do. Click here to view report.

Join RSVP at the fair September 6 - 8, 2013


Fundraisers:   ( April 1 - Yearly Registration) Register your Kroger Plus Card online to help RSVP.  Kroger - Community - Community Rewards If you need help call 304.527.3410 and we’ll walk you through.  Select Ohio, enroll at the store you shop and select Charity Organization Name:
Organization Number: 83852 (No Computer? Call the office and we’ll send you a barcode to contribute
) Just need to use your card to contribute!  IT’S EASY! 
ALL CURRENT PARTICIPANTS Must Re-Enroll April 1 to continue earning rewards for RSVP.  Please call the office; we’ll register for you if you need assistance! VERY IMPORTANT TO RSVP!   Thank You.

Shop online at iGive to help RSVP  26% goes to RSVP with tax deduction.  http://www.igive.com/welcome/warmwelcome.cfm?c=48205&m=0 

RSVP ASAP fundraiser needs your assistance, please drop off your receipts at the RSVP office or your local Smith Oil dealer and RSVP will receive 1% of your purchase.

 Fundraisers:  Recycle and help your RSVP fundraise.  Drop off your used ink cartridges and cell phones at your local RSVP office.

URGENT!... Brooke-Hancock Nutrition is looking for a volunteer, Mon thru Fri, at The Greater Weirton Senior Center. Please call 304.527.3410.  One hour per day!  BINGO assistance is needed on Friday evenings (smoking)

Volunteers needed for Weirton Medical Center, please call 304.527.3410 to get next orientation schedule.

AARP is needing volunteer to assist with the Driver's Safety Program.

Welcome (RSVP Volunteer Handbook)
Martin (Marty) Spoto, Leslie "Tom" Dight, Janet Dight, Samuel T. Gibb, Dorothea R. Stakias, and Victor Greco.

Volunteer Recruiter(s): Tonette Alward, Karen Scheetz, Beverly Winters, Alina Hopkins, and Jackie Vacheresse.

Station(s):  First Presbyterian Church of Wellsburg

RSVP in collaboration with Follansbee Volunteer Fire Department is planning to start CERT training in September 2013.  Please look for details in Septembers newsletter!

Special Thanks:

Volunteers assist with Hancock County Senior Wellness Center newsletters helping to inform their community of services and activities available to help keep seniors independent.  Pictured above are: Susan Vitari, Rose Hooker, Nora White, Yvonne Fish, and JoAnne Carson.  Also special thanks to volunteers not pictured: Nancy Branthoover, Ruth Hissom, Donna Hudok, Janet Smith, Helen Tate, Charlotte Travis, Pat Wagoner, Mary Willey, Sherry Wilson, and Patty Beagle.

RSVP Coordinator, Linda Vidoni, visits Addie Thornton and Mary Jura as they volunteer for Central Blood Bank at Wheeling Hospital.  Also thanks to Connie Davis and Susan Stepputtis who assisted. 

Greater Weirton Senior Center’s newest recruit, Dorothea R, Stakias, assists at the front desk, helping inform and garner donations for area senior center.  Thank you to Greater Weirton Senior Center who assisted Coordinator, Tonette Alward, in Dorothea’s recruitment.

Crittenton thanks RSVP.

Recruitment Results for April thru June


Number of Volunteers

Brooke High School


Baker Vocational Services, LLC


Ed Wilkerson


Helen Moren


HSWC, Becky Atkinson


Jim Brooks


Rita Angalich


RSVP Newsletter


United Way VISTA  A. Hopkins


RSVP, Angela Kocher


RSVP, Tonette Alward


RSVPwv Website


Ruth Perry


Vocational Works


GWSC, Shari Dami


BH Nutrition, Karen Scheetz 1
Beverly Winters 2
Jackie Vacheresse 1

Please be sure to remind your volunteer recruits to give your name as recruiter at time of their registration.  Thank you to all participants who have assisted RSVP in months of April thru June with volunteer referrals.  We appreciate your hard work and dedication; please keep up the good work.


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Dearth, William (Bill)
DiPalma, Maxine
Edwards, Dolores M.
Eggert, Brody
Fedoush, Lenna
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Gutwald, Minerva
Headmond, Becky
Heitz, Miranda
Hill, Carolyn M.
Hupka, James R.
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McMasters, Evelyn
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Niciforos, Ann
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